lámina vertebral

  • 1Lámina vertebral — Típica vértebra torácica, vista desde arriba: las flechas apuntan a las láminas. La lámina vertebral es un término anatómico usado para las porciones postero lateral de cada vértebra ósea de animales vertebrados. Por su continuidad con la parte… …

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  • 2Vertebral arch — Bone: Vertebral arch A typical thoracic vertebra, viewed from above. (Vertebral arch is the bottom half.) …

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  • 3lámina — s f 1 Plancha delgada de un material cualquiera, particularmente la de metal: charola de lámina, lámina de aluminio, lámina de hierro, lámina de madera, lámina de cartón 2 Plancha de metal, generalmente de cobre, sobre la cual se graba o pinta… …

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  • 4Lamina — may refer to:*Lamina of the vertebral arch *Planar lamina, a two dimensional planar closed surface with mass and density, in mathematics *A thin plate, sheet or layer, such as: **Lamina (algae), a structure in seaweeds **the basal lamina, a… …

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  • 5Lamina (anatomy) — Lamina is a general anatomical term meaning plate or layer. It is used in both gross anatomy and microscopic anatomy to describe structures.Some examples include:* The laminae of the thyroid cartilage: two leaflike plates of cartilage that make… …

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  • 6lamina of vertebra — lamina of vertebral arch l. arcus vertebrae …

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  • 7Lamina — A plate or layer. For example, the lamina arcus vertebrae, usually just called the lamina, are plates of bone in each vertebral body. * * * SYN: plate (1). SEE ALSO: layer, stratum. [L] l. affixa [TA] that part of the medial ependymal wall of the …

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  • 8Lamina of the vertebral arch — Infobox Bone Name = Lamina of the vertebral arch Latin = l. arcus vertebrae GraySubject = 20 GrayPage = 97 Caption = A typical thoracic vertebra, viewed from above. (Lamina labeled at bottom left.) Caption2 = A cervical vertebra. (Lamina labeled… …

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  • 9lamina arcus vertebrae — [TA] lamina of vertebral arch: either of the pair of broad plates of bone flaring out from the pedicles of the vertebral arches and fusing together at the midline to complete the dorsal part of the arch and provide a base for the spinous process …

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  • 10lamina arcus vertebrae — noun lamina of the vertebral arch; the flattened posterior part of the vertebral arch from which the spinous process extends • Hypernyms: ↑lamina …

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  • 11Bone — This article is about the skeletal organ. For other uses, see Bone (disambiguation) and Bones (disambiguation). For the tissue, see Osseous tissue. Drawing of a human femur Bones are rigid organs that constitute part of the endoskeleton of… …

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  • 12Cervical vertebrae — Bone: Cervical vertebrae Vertebral column …

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  • 13Atlas (anatomy) — See also: Atlas (disambiguation) Bone: Atlas (anatomy) First cervical vertebra, or Atlas …

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  • 14Body of vertebra — Bone: Body of vertebra A typical thoracic vertebra, viewed from above. (Body visible at top center.) …

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  • 15Coccyx — This article is about the tailbone in humans. For the tailbone in animals, see Rump (croup). The tortrix moth genus Coccyx is nowadays considered a junior synonym of Cydia. Bone: Coccyx A coccyx with four vertebrae below the sacrum …

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  • 16Sacrum — For other uses, see Sacrum (disambiguation). Not to be confused with cecum. Bone: Sacrum Sacrum, pelvic surface …

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  • 17Vertebra prominens — Bone: Vertebra prominens Seventh cervical vertebra Gray s subject #21 101 Vertebra prominens is the proper na …

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  • 18Axis (anatomy) — Bone: Axis (anatomy) Second cervical vertebra, or epistropheus, from above …

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  • 19Intervertebral foramina — Bone: Intervertebral foramina Sacrum, pelvic surface. (The two columns of four holes are the intervertebral foramina of sacrum, visible but not labeled.) …

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  • 20Mammillary process — Bone: Mammillary process A lumbar vertebra from above and behind. (Mammillar process labeled at center left.) Latin processus mammillaris Gray s …

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