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*  Patent US20080306537 - Method and apparatus for spinal stabilization - Google Patents
... has neither a body nor spinous process. In addition, the second cervical vertebra (axis vertebra) has an odontoid process, ... twelve thoracic vertebra, five lumbar vertebra, five sacral vertebra, and four coccygeal vertebra. The vertebra of the cervical ... There are exceptions to these general characteristics of a vertebra. For example, the first cervical vertebra (atlas vertebra) ... In this embodiment of use, the fixation device extends through the spinous process and facet of a first vertebra and into the ...
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*  Brown tumor of the cervical spine: a case report and review of the literature | SpringerLink
... odontoid process, right pedicle, laminas, and spinous process; there were no signs of spinal edema. A CT-guided needle biopsy ... Radiographs of the cervical spine revealed an expansive osteolytic lesion in the posterior arch of the second cervical vertebra ... Barlow IW, Archer IA (1993) Brown tumor of the cervical spine. Spine 18:936-7PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar ... Cervical pain disappeared within a few days of parathyroidectomy, and rapid remineralization of C2 was evident within a few ...
  https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10067-010-1608-y
*  Free Anatomy Flashcards about Axial Skeleton
... vertebrae, and ribs. Other activities to help include hangman, crossword, word scramble, games, matching, quizes, and tests. ... has body and spinous process - second cervical vertebrae. Dens (odontoid process). - formed from fusion of the body of atlas ... inferior articular process - intervertebral foramina. Atlas. - first cervical vertebrae - lacks body and spinous process - ... Thoracic vertebrae. - all articulate with ribs - body: larger than cervical bodies - spinous processes: long and point ...
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*  US Patent # 8,394,129. Method and apparatus for minimally invasive insertion of intervertebral implants - Patents.com
... has neither a body nor spinous process. In addition, the second cervical vertebra (axis vertebra) has an odontoid process, ... five lumbar vertebrae, five sacral vertebrae, and four coccygeal vertebrae. The vertebrae of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar ... There are exceptions to these general characteristics of a vertebra. For example, the first cervical vertebra (atlas vertebra) ... cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal). Moving down the spine, there are generally seven cervical vertebrae, twelve ...
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*  Axis (anatomy) - Wikipedia
... the inferior lie in front of the articular processes, as in the other cervical vertebrae The spinous process is large, very ... This is because a malformed odontoid process may lead to instability between the atlas and axis (the C1 and C2 cervical ... The dens is a protuberance (process or projection) of the axis (second cervical vertebra). The condition, where the dens is ... The internal structure of the odontoid process is more compact than that of the body. The odontoid peg is the ascension of the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axis_(anatomy)
*  Atypical cervical vertebrae | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org
... and vertebra prominens (C7) are considered atypical cervical vertebrae. The atlas (C1) lacks a body or spinous process. It has ... Of the cervical vertebrae, the atlas (C1), axis (C2) ... The axis (C2) is unique with an odontoid process (the dens) ... The vertebra prominens (C7) has the longest spinous process of all cervical vertebrae. It is also non-bifid. These features ... Of the cervical vertebrae, the atlas (C1), axis (C2) and vertebra prominens (C7) are considered atypical cervical vertebrae. ...
  https://radiopaedia.org/articles/atypical-cervical-vertebrae
*  Patent US20060235518 - Flanged interbody fusion device with fastener insert and retaining ring - Google Patents
The cranium is able to slide forward and backwards on this vertebra. The second cervical vertebra contains an odontoid process ... The seventh cervical vertebra is sometimes considered atypical since it lacks a bifid spinous process. ... The first and second cervical vertebrae also further differentiated from the other vertebrae. The first cervical vertebra lacks ... transverse processes, facet joints, superior and inferior articular processes and spinous processes. In still other embodiments ...
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*  The Spine Flashcards by OneEight Dominate | Brainscape
which atypical vertebra. has vertebra prominens, only cervical vertebra with a spinous process that is not bifid ... which atypical vertebra? only vertebra with specialized process(dens/odontoid process), with thick lamina, has superior ... which atypical vertebra?. with ring, no body, no spinous process, short transverse process, with lateral masses ... which atypical vertebra?. with a long spinous process, almost as prominent as C7 ...
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*  Ανατομία και Βιομηχανική - ppt κατέβασμα
Second Cervical Vertebra): Bifid Spinous Process Anatomy Text The spinous process of C2 (axis) is a large, posteriorly ... Second Cervical Vertebra): Dens (Syn. Odontoid Process) Anatomy Text Jump to Clinical Pathology Text The dens (odontoid process ... odontoid process) (image) of C2 (axis). Atlas (First Cervical Vertebra): Inferior Articular Facets Anatomy Text The inferior ... to C7 form the articular pillar of the cervical spine. It is palpable 2-3cm from the cervical spinous processes ΙST/UH NMΣ2 ...
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*  Axis - Physiopedia
Posteriorly the Odontoid process is flattened where it articulates with the transverse ligament.[2] ... The most distinctive characteristic of this bone is the strong Odontoid Process(also known as the 'dens') which rises ... as in the other cervical vertebrae. The spinous process is large, very strong, deeply channelled on its under surface, and ... Odontoid process. The most distinctive characteristic of this bone is the strong Odontoid Process(also known as the "dens") ...
  https://physio-pedia.com/Axis
*  Upper Cervical Spine Trauma Imaging: Overview, Radiography, Computed Tomography
Preferred examination All initial evaluations of cervical spine injuries should begin with plain radiographs. A variety of ... fracture is best seen on a lateral radiograph as an avulsion/separation of the spinous process of a lower cervical vertebra. ... of the cervical spine showing a comminuted type II odontoid fracture through the base of the odontoid. ... The spinous processes should all align and lie in the midline. If one of the spinous processes is offset to one side, consider ...
  https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/397563-overview
*  Vertebral column - Wikipedia
... second cervical vertebra) at the apex of the odontoid process or dens, and ends at the middle of the second thoracic vertebra; ... The spinous process comes out the back, one transverse process comes out the left, and one on the right. The spinous processes ... There are seven cervical vertebrae, twelve thoracic vertebrae and five lumbar vertebrae. The number of vertebrae in a region ... There are seven cervical vertebrae, twelve thoracic vertebrae and five lumbar vertebrae. The number of vertebrae in a region ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertebral_column
*  Erika's Dictionary
When used for Basilar Invagination, the odontoid (upper portion of the second cervical vertebrae) is removed. A cervical fusion ... Surgery 1986: Suboccipital craniectomy with duraplasty, Laminectomy C1-C2-C3 removal of the arc,laminae, and spinous processes ... It takes its name from the proper name of the first cervical vertebrae (the atlas) and the second vertebrae (the axis). The ... Basilar Invagination: Is diagnosed when the superior part of the odontoid (part of the C2 vertebrae) migrates upward. It is ...
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*  Lateral masses | definition of lateral masses by Medical dictionary
A midline cervical incision was made to expose the spinous processes, laminae, and the lateral masses from C2 to C7 level.. ... half of first cervical sclerotome gives rise to the lateral masses and the anterior and posterior arches of atlas vertebra.. ... The rule states that on an open-mouth odontoid projection, the displacement of the lateral masses to a certain degree implies a ... It has no spinous process or body and consists of 2 lateral masses connected by anterior and posterior arches. ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/lateral+masses
*  Cervical vertebrae - Wikipedia
The spinous process is short and bifid, the two divisions being often of unequal size. Because the spinous processes are so ... The most distinctive characteristic of this bone is the strong odontoid process (dens) that rises perpendicularly from the ... Position of cervical vertebrae (shown in red). Animation. Illustration of cervical vertebrae. Shape of cervical vertebrae ( ... First cervical vertebra, or Atlas Second cervical vertebra, or epistropheus, from above. Second cervical vertebra, epistropheus ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cervical_vertebrae
*  Dorsal vertebrae | definition of dorsal vertebrae by Medical dictionary
What is dorsal vertebrae? Meaning of dorsal vertebrae medical term. What does dorsal vertebrae mean? ... Looking for online definition of dorsal vertebrae in the Medical Dictionary? dorsal vertebrae explanation free. ... odontoid vertebra the second cervical vertebra, or axis.. vertebra pla´na a condition of spondylitis in which the body of the ... Directly in its midline a bony projection, the spinous process, grows backward from the arch. The spinous process can be felt ...
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*  ICD-10 Diagnosis Code S12.100B Unsp disp fx of second cervical vertebra, init for opn fx
Fracture of odontoid peg *Fracture of second cervical vertebra *Fracture of spinous process of cervical vertebra ... Fracture of cervical vertebra and other parts of neck (S12). *S12.100B - Unsp disp fx of second cervical vertebra, init for opn ... Open fracture of cervical vertebra without spinal cord injury *Open fracture of second cervical vertebra without spinal cord ... Closed fracture of cervical vertebra without spinal cord injury *Closed fracture of second cervical vertebra without spinal ...
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*  Practical 3 Flashcards by Marissa DePolo | Brainscape
Holes in transverse process in cervical vertebra 34 Atlas C1. No body. Lateral processes contain large concave depressions that ... paired bones posterior to palatine processes. forms posterior hard palate and part of orbit. meet at median palatine process ... Our mission is to create a smarter world by simplifying and accelerating the learning process. © 2018 Bold Learning Solutions. ...
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*  Vertabrae | definition of Vertabrae by Medical dictionary
... a spinous process for muscle attachment, and pairs of pedicles and processes. The first cervical vertebra is called the atlas ... odontoid vertebra the second cervical vertebra (axis).. vertebra pla´na a condition of spondylitis in which the body of the ... odontoid vertebra the second cervical vertebra, or axis.. vertebra pla´na a condition of spondylitis in which the body of the ... basilar vertebra the lowest lumbar vertebra.. cervical vertebrae the seven vertebrae closest to the skull, constituting the ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Vertabrae
*  Atlas (anatomy) - Wikipedia
... spinous process of the axis longus colli (superior oblique) - transverse processes of C03-C05. A break in the first vertebra is ... In anatomy, the atlas (C1) is the most superior (first) cervical vertebra of the spine. It is named for the Atlas of Greek ... for articulation with the odontoid process (dens) of the axis. The upper and lower borders respectively give attachment to the ... spinous process of the axis Lower surface: splenius cervicis (part) - spinous processes of T02-T05 levator scapulae (part) - ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlas_(anatomy)
*  Free Anatomy Flashcards about Respiration-Skeleton
the spinous process. the bony portion opposite the corpus in a vertebra. This is the part you feel if you run your hand down ... has a strong odontoid process (aka dens) which rises perpendicularly from the superior surface of the vertebra. ... There are ___ vertebrae.. 33. 5 sections of the vertebral column from head--, toe. Cervical-Neck, Thoracic-Thorax, Lumbar- ... transverse processes. where the back muscles attach to the vertebrae. Each vertebra is held to the others by _____ and _____.. ...
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*  A comparison of the effects of conventional and balloon laryngoscopy on the sagittal dimensions of the space available for the...
DE=C1-spinous process base. E=most caudal point of C1-spinous process base. F=radiographic intersection of C1 by odontoid- ... Catheter Full Text Anatomic Landmark Cervical Vertebra Foley Catheter These keywords were added by machine and not by the ... G=most cephalad point of odontoid-posterior cortex. HI=C2-spinous process base. I=most caudal point of C1-spinous process base ... first cervical vertebra (C1) and C1-C2 levels determined at neutral head position, and during conventional and balloon ...
  https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1186/cc823
*  Spinal Anatomy Overview | Dr. Russell D. Caram Chiropractor
The thoracic vertebrae are larger than the cervical bones and have longer spinous processes. In addition to longer spinous ... It is circular in shape with a blunt peg-like structure (called theOdontoid Process or "dens") that projects upward into the ... The other cervical vertebrae (C3 through C7) are shaped like boxes with small spinous processes (finger-like projections) that ... Processes: There are three types of processes: articular, transverse and spinous. The processes serve as connection points for ...
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*  GA060801a - cueFlash - Learn by studying flashcards
... posterior-rough and has a lot of processesFunctions of processes of vertebrae,Attachment of ligaments and musclesType of curve ... of spine (explain curve of each region),Sinusoidal - cervical & lumbar (anterior convexity)thoracic & sacrak - (posterior ... to turn or to twistSuface of anterior and posterior vertebrae,1. anterior-smooth (vicinity of viscera)2. ... Cervical Vertebra: 1. Size. 2. Distinguishing Factors 1. Smallest vertebrae. 2. Bifid spinous processes (tip of spinous process ...
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*  Lecture 8 Vertebral Column Flashcards by Alla Demarte | Brainscape
Ligamentum nuchae connects ....... ....... of .......... vertebrae to external ........ ........... spinous tips. cervical. ... Our mission is to create a smarter world by simplifying and accelerating the learning process. © 2018 Bold Learning Solutions. ... Development of vertebrae • Sclerotomes => vertebra. • Notochord between vertebra => ......... ....... • Birth = 3 bony parts ... Lumbar vertebrae. •n=5 vertebrae;. •Large kidney-shaped body for weight-bearing;. •Mid-sized triangular vertebral foramen;. • ...
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