Human head and neck Anterior longitudinal ligament

Atlanto-Occipital JointsAtlanto-Occipital Joints
Permits rotation, flexion, extension, and lateral flexion but magnitude of motion is limited by the attachment to the ribs. Anterior longitudinal ligament
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Intro thoracic spineIntro thoracic spine
The thoracic kyphosis is the result of lesser anterior height of the thoracic vertebral body and a slight wedge shape of the thoracic discs. The average thoracic kyphosis ranges from 20 40 degrees with the apex of the curve being at the. Anterior longitudinal ligament
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Intro lumbar spine IIntro lumbar spine I
It is the transfer of load from vertical pressure to transverse tension that gives the vertebra its resilience. It is also very light and it uses a minimum amount of materials: the minimum principle, optimum design. Anterior longitudinal ligament
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Original article role of magnetic resonance imaging in spinal trauma with surgical correlationOriginal article role of magnetic resonance imaging in spinal trauma with surgical correlation
M. Vijaya Kumari1, Suneetha2, V. L. Eshwari3, Mythri Priyadarshini Kodali4, Sudha Bindu5, Ashwini Jyothi6, Archana7, Ramachandraiah8. Anterior longitudinal ligament
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The Musculoskeletal Education and Research Center (merc) is theThe Musculoskeletal Education and Research Center (merc) is the
Our team of highly trained and recognized faculty provides a customized learning experience through case studies, panel discussions and a personalized bioskills lab. Anterior longitudinal ligament
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Spine Packet Cervical Spine Injury Article QuestionsSpine Packet Cervical Spine Injury Article Questions
Cervical Fracture Gymnasts, hockey, diving, football, rugby. Uncommon in athletics but must be prepared. Anterior longitudinal ligament
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Diagnostic Imaging in Critical CareDiagnostic Imaging in Critical Care
Ct is the best way to image the spine for bony injuries. Anterior longitudinal ligament
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Chapter 25 Extended Lecture Outline Anatomy of the SpineChapter 25 Extended Lecture Outline Anatomy of the Spine
Atlas (1st vertebrae): Holds the head, no spinous process, allows flexion and extension and some lateral movements. Anterior longitudinal ligament
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