Applied Anatomy of the Back by Professor Dr. med. Josef Rickenbacher, Professor Dr. med.

By Professor Dr. med. Josef Rickenbacher, Professor Dr. med. Alex M. Landolt, Professor Dr. med. Karl Theiler, Professor Dr. med. Heinrich Scheier, Professor Dr. med. Jean Siegfried, Professor Dr. med. Franz J. Wagenhäuser (auth.)

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Course of notochord reconstructed. Note that the L IV/S I intervertebral disc is divided in two. (From THEILER 1953) Anterior aspect (diagrammatic) based on a roentgenogram. Note the wedge-shaped deformity of the somite parts that do not contribute to the oblique vertebra Malformations of the Vertebral Bodies 47 111 Ü rv v VI VII 11 111 IV V VI >- VII Fig. 68. J 111 rv Fig. 70. J L II o . ificutioll Center - -+- LI II LlV LV OU I'SC or Ilotochord ~ -F~""" SI S II Fig. 69. L III-L V block vertebra formation Lumbar and sacral region of a fetal spine with L III-L V block vertebra formation.

They are loosely connected with the anterior longitudinal ligament and firmly connected with the posterior longitudinal ligament The Vertebral Column 36 Laterally they join the capsule of the adjacent facet joint and here they become thicker, thereby narrowing the intervertebral foramen. When they are very thick, the spinal nerve may be compressed. Antcriur IUllgitlidimllligamcnt LigamclHulll fla\'ul11 7. The Motion Segment The term" motion segment" is applied to two vertebrae and all the structures that connect them and determine the movements possible between them.

37. Meniscoid articular folds Longitudinal seetion passing through two cervical intervertebral joints. In the articular folds numerous vessels are seen in section. (After TÖNDURY, in RAUBER-KoPSCH 1968) Inferior articllltir articlllur futel Fig. 36. Inclination of vertebral facet joints in (above) cervical, (centre) thoraeie and (below) lumbar regions. The black lines represent the horizontalline of section through the joint surfaces Fig. 38. Middle cervical vertebra seen from right side The weight-bearing surfaces of the vertebral body and the articular processes are at opposing angles (arrows) 5.

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