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Cervical vertebrae can generally be identified by the presence of
two transverse foramen
Ribs that are not attached to the sternum at their anterior costal cartilages
are known as
What is the purpose of the nucleus pulposus?
what is the bone surface marking that form attachment points for connective tissue?
The function of vertebral processes is
Attachment site for muscles
What bone feature of the second cervical vertebrae articulates with the first cervical vertebrae
What is the junction between the manubrium and the body of the sternum called?
Which of the cervical vertebrae are responsible for the ability to move your
head from side to side signifying “no”?
Which of the cervical vertebrae are responsible for permitting the movement of
the head seen when saying “yes”?
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