Answer To check search in Primal Pictures

Answer to check search in primal pictures

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Answer: To check, search in Primal Pictures: ? embeddedcode=712714 .The screen should show a view of part of the base of the skull and the cervical spine with the posterior aspect of each vertebra and ligaments removed so that the posterior side of the spinal cord and spinal nerves are visible. Thoracic Spine : Note that there are 12 thoracic vertebrae and 12 pairs of thoracic spinal nerves. How are they arranged? In particular, where are the first and twelfth thoracic nerves located? Where are they on the anatomical model of the thoracic spine? Answer: To check, search in Primal Pictures : ? embeddedcode=4124E5 .The screen should show a view of part of the neck, the scapula and ribs, and the thoracic spine with the posterior aspect of each vertebra and ligaments removed so that the posterior side of the spinal cord and spinal nerves are visible. Lumbar Spine : There are five pairs of lumbar spinal nerves and five lumbar vertebrae; however, the spinal cord ends at lumbar vertebra L2. How are the lumbar spinal nerves arranged? In particular, where are the first and fifth lumbar nerves located when 68 © 2011 Shirley J. Wright, Ph.D.
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they exit the vertebral column? Where are they on the anatomical model of the lumbar spine? Answer: To check, search in Primal Pictures : ? embeddedcode=ECE6DC .The screen should show a view of part of the lumbar spine with the posterior aspect of each vertebra and ligaments removed so that the posterior side of the spinal cord and spinal nerves are visible. Note the location of the conus medullaris. Sacral Spine : There are five pairs of sacral spinal nerves and one sacrum formed by the fusion of five sacral vertebrae. Sacral nerves exit the spinal cord just above the conus medullaris at L1-L2 and travel down the vertebral canal to exit the sacral foramina. How are the sacral spinal nerves arranged? In particular, where are the first and fifth sacral nerves located? Answer: To check, search in Primal Pictures : ? embeddedcode=0898D8 .The screen should show a view of part of the lumbar spine and sacral region with the posterior aspect of the vertebrae and sacrum removed so that the spinal nerves are visible. Coccygeal Region of the Spine : There are three to five (usually four) coccygeal vertebrae that fuse to form a single coccyx bone. There is one paired coccygeal spinal nerve that exits the spinal cord at L1-L2. Where does the coccygeal nerve (Co) exit the vertebral column? Answer: To check, search in Primal Pictures: ? embeddedcode=0898D8 .The screen should show a view of part of the lumbar spine and sacral region with the posterior aspect of the vertebrae and sacrum removed so that the spinal nerves are visible. Hover the mouse over the nerves to find the coccygeal nerve.
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