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C-Spine, & T-Spine

Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy Ch 8 Learning Exercises

QuestionAnswer
How many bones are found in the Cervical division of the adult vertebral column 7
How many bones are found in the Thoracic division of the adult vertebral column 12
How many bones are found in the Lumbar division of the adult vertebral column 5
How many bones are found in the Sacrum division of the adult vertebral column 1
How many bones are found in the Coccyx division of the adult vertebral column 1
In total how many bones are found in the adult vertebral column 26
Convex curve(with respect to posterior) Thoracic Spine, Sacrum
Concave Curve(with respect to posterior) Cervical Spine, Lumbar Spine
Secondy Curve Cervical Spine, Lumbar Spine
Primary Curve Thoracic Spine, Sacrum
Devolops as child learns to hold head erect Cervical Spine
An abnormal, or exaggerated, "sway back" lumbar curvature is called: Lordosis
An abnormal lateral curvature seen in the thoracolumbar spine is called: Scoliosis
The two main parts of a typical vertebra are the: Body, Vertebral Arch
The _____ are two bony aspects of the vertebral arch that extend posteriorly from each pedicle to join at the midline Lamina
The _____ foramin are created by two small notches on the superior and inferior aspects of the pedicles Intervertebral
The opening, or passage way, for the spinal cord is the: Vertebral(spinal) Canal
The spinal cord begins with the _____ of the brain and extends down to the _____ vertebra, where it tapers and ends. The tapered ending is called _____ Medula Oblongata, Lower Border of L1, Conus Medullaris
Which structures pass through the intervertebral foramina? Spinal Nerves, Blood Vessels
What is found between the superior andinferior articular processes?
Created by: Dallas1856