Cervical spondylosis-a clinical study
Abstract: About 300 cases of confirmed cervical spondylosis of both sexes and different age groups were included in the trial. Group A (n = 154) were mostly unilateral with few symptoms. Calcarea fluorata (Calc-f) was given in various potencies, clinical improvement was 60.38%. Group B (n 54) with many characteristic mental and physical generals were repertorized (Kent); clinical improvement was 48%. In Group C (n = 86) the condition was mostly associated with other diseases, with frequently changing symptoms. Drug selection was on the totality of symptoms, and clinical improvement was 12.8%. Calc-f given on the basis of pathological prescription gave good results.
Keyword(s): Cervical spine