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Vertebrae (General)

Which vertebrae have a bifid spinous process and transverse foramina? cervical
What are the transverse foramina for? passage of arteries to the brain
Name the two features on thoracic vertebrae to which ribs attach. body and transverse process
Rib facets are found on which type of vertebrae? thoracic
Which vertebrae are the largest? lumbar
Which feature of the vertebrae bears the most weight? bodies
Name the two vertebral features that attach to muscles. spinous and transverse processes
Which vertebral feature is on the posterior side of each vertebra? spinous process
Which vertebral feature is on the anterior side of each vertebra? body
Name the three features that make up the vertebral arch. lamina, pedicle, and spinous proces
Name the "bridge" that connects the spinous process to the transverse processes. lamina
Name the "bridge" that connects the body to the transverse processes. pedicle
The inferior articulating processes of T7 join with which features on T8? superior articulating processes
What does articulate/articulation mean? to join (body joint)
The spinal cord passes through which feature on the vertebrae? spinal (vertebral) foramen
What does costal refer to? ribs
Created by: smonahan