... the oval shape of its foramen magnum; the replacement of neural spines by shallow midline grooves in the vertebrae towards the ...
... the supraoccipital is excluded from the foramen magnum. The basioccipital may bear a strong, curved ventral process or ...
... www.pediatric-orthopedics.com/Topics/Bones/Skull/Skullduggery/Foramen_Magnum/foramen_magnum.html Skull bones ADHA Dental ... The occipital bone joins with the atlas near the foramen magnum, a large hole (foramen) at the base of the skull. The atlas ... The spinal cord and the brain stem are joined at the base of the cranium at the foramen magnum. Most of the functions of the ... The spinal cord passes through the foramen magnum. The head and neck is covered in skin and its appendages, termed the ...
The squamous part of occipital bone, is situated above and behind the foramen magnum, and is curved from above downward and ... The external surface is convex and presents midway between the summit of the bone and the foramen magnum a prominence, the ... Squamous part is top half, portion above foramen magnum.) This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th ... The posterior atlantooccipital membrane is attached around the postero-lateral part of the foramen magnum, just outside the ...
... the foramen magnum being higher than it is wide; and the nuchal osteoderms being taller laterally than medially. In addition, ...
The occipital condyle is wider than the foramen magnum. The front part of the lower jaw, which is fused with its counterpart, ...
The foramen magnum is much larger than the occipital condyle. The braincase lacks a recessus suboticus and a crista ...
The foramen magnum (Latin: large hole) is a large oval foramen longest front to back; it is wider behind than in front where it ... The foramen magnum is a large hole situated in the middle, with the clivus, a smooth part of the occipital bone travelling ... From its front to the back is the basilar part, at the sides of the foramen magnum are the lateral parts, and the back is named ... At the base of the skull in the occipital bone there is a large oval opening called the foramen magnum, which allows the ...
A 51 year old man with neck pain (foramen magnum meningioma). New England Journal of Medicine. 1979; 301:147-54. Samuels MA, ...
The presence of myoclonus above the foramen magnum effectively excludes spinal myoclonus; further localisation relies on ...
In P. boisei the foramen magnum is much shorter than in P. robustus. In, addition, the cranial variation of P. boisei is ...
... it bifurcates near the foramen magnum and gives attachment to the falx cerebelli; in the attached margin of this falx is the ...
The posterior margin exhibit the foramen magnum, an opening for the spinal cord. The floor of the endocranium has several ... Paired exoccipital bones medially and a single basioccipital bone below the foramen magnum, part of the occipital bone in ... surrounding the foramen magnum The endocranium in mammals is much reduced in relative size and number of bones compared to the ...
In Sisteronia, the basioccipital possesses a raised process on the floor of foramen magnum. As observed only in a juvenile ...
The surgical treatment of CM in dogs is described as "foramen magnum decompression FMD". Despite an approximately 80% success ... Chiari-like malformation (CM) is the most common cause of foramen magnum obstruction and syringomyelia in dogs. Syringomyelia ( ...
The skull is large, with a narrow foramen magnum, and relatively small skull base. The vertebral bodies are short and flattened ...
In most dinosaurs the occipital condyle is situated at the rear part of the skull, below the foramen magnum, and points toward ... the posterior extremities extend back to the level of the middle of the foramen magnum. The articular surfaces of the condyles ... "Far-lateral approach to intradural lesions of the foramen magnum without resection of the occipital condyle". Journal of ...
The lateral parts of the occipital bone (also called the exoccipitals) are situated at the sides of the foramen magnum; on ... the posterior extremities extend back to the level of the middle of the foramen magnum. The articular surfaces of the condyles ... This begins on the cranial surface of the bone immediately above the foramen magnum, and is directed lateralward and forward ... At the base of either condyle the bone is tunnelled by a short canal, the hypoglossal canal (anterior condyloid foramen). ...
The foramen magnum is rounded in the Eurasian beaver and triangular in the North American. The anal glands of the Eurasian ...
Between the processes is the foramen magnum, which is a 7 millimetres (0.28 in) oval. Further below is the basoccipital, which ...
Other birdlike characters included the palatine, foramen magnum, cervical and caudal vertebrae, and many others. Several ...
It is smooth and subtriangular, its apex directed posteriorly and it ends at the foramen magnum. Its sides are delimited ...
Descending in front of the medulla oblongata, they unite at the level of the foramen magnum. The single trunk descends in the ... which enter the vertebral canal through the intervertebral foramina. These branches are derived from the vertebral artery, the ...
The artery or its branches enter the cranium through jugular foramen, foramen magnum or hypoglossal canal. Meninges This ...
... the foramen magnum, is hidden when the vertebrae are articulated. There is a roughened ridge extending along the midline of the ...
... and then enters the skull through the foramen magnum. Inside the skull, the arteries merge to form the basilar artery, which ... From the bottom, V1 is from the subclavian artery to the foramina, V2 is from the foramina to the second vertebra, V3 is ... The vertebral arteries arise from the subclavian artery, and run through the transverse foramen of the upper six vertebrae of ... between the foramina until entry into the skull, and V4 is inside the skull embedded in the dura mater. They merge into the ...