Recent Examples of cervical from the Web
For example, an MRI of the cervical spine without dye costs an average of $968 in the Denver area, with the cost ranging from $627 to $1,291, according to the guroo.com website, which has prices for common episodes of care based on insurance claims.
Marcelle McCarthy was 30 years old when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer.
There are diaphragms and sponges; cervical caps and female condoms; spermicidal gels, foams, films, creams, and suppositories; hormone-delivery systems involving pills, implants, injections, patches, vaginal rings, and IUDs.
Friends had dealt with cancerous cervical cells using cryotherapy, literally freezing the offending cells off one-by-one.
Almost all Rwandan adolescent girls are vaccinated against human papillomavirus, which causes cervical cancer.
But times had been tough for Alford and his three siblings since 2009, when their mother died of cervical cancer.
After enduring myriad tests, traction and physical therapy, Lees underwent surgery on his cervical spine — his neck.
In March of 2016, Joey Feek, one half of country and gospel duo Joey + Rory, died of cervical cancer at the age of 40.
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CERVICAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cervical for English Language Learners
: of or relating to a cervix of the uterus
: of or relating to the neck
medical Definition of cervical
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