Cervical Spine Between Vertebral BodiesCervical Spine Between Vertebral Bodies
Passes obliquely downward and medially from the lateral mass of the atlas to the back of the axis
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Rheumatologic disorders – QuestionsRheumatologic disorders – Questions
Is rheumatoid arthritis (RA) just a disease of the joints and adjacent connective tissue?
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The hyoid boneThe hyoid bone
The anterior surface of the body is convex and the posterior surface is concave. The greater horn projects into the substance of the wall of the pharynx whereas the lesser horn forms only a small projection at the junction of the body and
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Joints of the vertebral column 14. 01. 2014Joints of the vertebral column 14. 01. 2014
The two major types of joints between vertebrae are symphyses between vertebral bodies (n=2 one above, and one below) and synovial joints between articular processes
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Have observed assimilation of atlas in 2 Indian skullsHave observed assimilation of atlas in 2 Indian skulls
Total or partial assimilation of the atlas may be noted with the latter being the most common. [2] Ranade et al. (2007) [3] have examined 98 Indian human skulls for assimilation of atlas and noted two cases showing various degree of assimilation
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Joints of the vertebral column 14. 11. 2012Joints of the vertebral column 14. 11. 2012
The two major types of joints between vertebrae are symphyses between vertebral bodies (n=2 one above, and one below) and synovial joints between articular processes
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Body is small, and broader from side to side than from before backward. The anterior and posterior surfacesBody is small, and broader from side to side than from before backward. The anterior and posterior surfaces
The first, second, and seventh present exceptional features and must be separately described; the following characteristics are common to the remaining four
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For foreign first-year students for autumn term Module Methodical elaboration for practice class on human anatomy for foreign first-year students for autumn termFor foreign first-year students for autumn term Module Methodical elaboration for practice class on human anatomy for foreign first-year students for autumn term
The topic: terms of relationship, terms of comparison, anatomical planes. The vertebral column General characteristics of a vertebra. The cervical vertebræ
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د- نجلاء حنون Lec. 3 Radiology joints disease imaging techniquesد- نجلاء حنون Lec. 3 Radiology joints disease imaging techniques
Mri is being used with increasing frequency, mri is indicated in the following
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[notes: axial skeleton joints – lesson 2 kinesiology][notes: axial skeleton joints – lesson 2 kinesiology]
Slide 3: The joints of the axial body that will be covered the first part of the ppt are the suture joints and the temporomandibular joints. The general structure of the spine will also be covered in this lesson
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1. Synarthrosis (connective tissue, cartilage, bone)1. Synarthrosis (connective tissue, cartilage, bone)
A. fibrous joint (articulatio fibrosa, syndesmosis)
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Cervical-Occipital Assembly: Alar LigamentCervical-Occipital Assembly: Alar Ligament
Why does sideflexion increase ipsilateral vertebral artery occlusion with contralateral atlanto-axial rotation?
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Cervical-Occipital Assembly Movements of the Upper Cervical AssemblyCervical-Occipital Assembly Movements of the Upper Cervical Assembly
While there is movement of both ends of the linkage as a part of any ordinary movement, the head and body move synergistically, but largely independently. In order to achieve this relative isolation
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