Real anatomy vertebral skeletal anatomy and

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Real Anatomy: Vertebral Skeletal Anatomy and Articulations, Question 08 Identify the structure indicated by the arrow: dens Real Anatomy: Vertebral Skeletal Anatomy and Articulations, Question 09 Identify the structure(s) that articulate with the surface indicated by the arrow: atlas
Real Anatomy: Vertebral Skeletal Anatomy and Articulations, Question 10 The following holes indicated by the arrows are called transverse foramen through which blood vessels and nerves enter the cranium. Real Anatomy: Vertebral Skeletal Anatomy and Articulations, Question 11 Identify the structure indicated by the arrow:
Real Anatomy: Vertebral Skeletal Anatomy and Articulations, Question 12 Identify the structures indicated by the arrows: Enter your answer in accordance to the question statement Transverse processes Real Anatomy: Vertebral Skeletal Anatomy and Articulations, Question 13 These bones articulate with the structure(s) indicated by the arrows:
Real Anatomy: Vertebral Skeletal Anatomy and Articulations, Question 14 The following area of the vertebra is called the body of the vertebra. Real Anatomy: Vertebral Skeletal Anatomy and Articulations, Question 15 Identify the structure(s) that articulate with the surface indicated by the arrows: vertebra

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