Vertebral column

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  • Chapter 7 - The skeleton (part b) provides knowledge of vertebral column and thoracic cage. This chapter describe the structure of the vertebral column, list its components, and describe its curvatures; indicate a common function of the spinal curvatures and the intervertebral discs; name and describe the bones of the thoracic cage (bony thorax); differentiate true from false ribs.

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  • Léon Dorn is one of the most famous medical illustrators in the world. Even today, at 80 years of age, he continues to pursue his work with the same enthusiasm. His work coincides with his great passion: the representation of the human body. Anatomy holds no secrets for him. He has spent countless hours in operating theatres, dissecting rooms and with himself; when Léon Dorn is drawing hands, he is drawing his own hands ...

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  • Spinal Muscles The spinal muscles are a complicated group of muscles that pass along the back of the animal from the pelvis to the middle of the neck. Each muscle consists of numerous overlapping bundles that continuously originate and insert along the spine. They lie on either side of the upper surface of the vertebral column, separated by the upright spines. This powerful muscle group consists of four units: the longissimus, the iliocostalis, the spinalis & semispinalis, and the multifidus, all of which may be divided into regional components (cervicis, thoracis & lumborum).

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  • We purified pancreatic deoxyribonuclease I (DNase I) from the shark Heterodontus japonicususing three-step column chromatography. Although its enzymatic properties resem-bled those of other vertebrateDNases I, sharkDNase I was unique inbeingabasicprotein.Full-lengthcDNAs encoding theDNases I of two shark species,H. japonicusandTriakis scyllia, were constructed from their total pancreatic RNAs using RACE.

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  • The intent of this manual is to present the Basic (Phase 4) techniques in a way that captures the simplicity and the essence of Ortho-Bionomy!M As with the learning of any hands-on technique, learning to practice Ortho-Bionomy effectively requires not only study of written material budirect pr-aetical experience with the techniques themselves. We encourage students co take ad\'anrage of the deeper exploration of Ortho-Bionomy that is available with the guidance of an experienced instructor and let this manual be a support for your learning....

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  • Anatomy of the Spine The anterior portion of the spine consists of cylindrical vertebral bodies separated by intervertebral disks and held together by the anterior and posterior longitudinal ligaments. The intervertebral disks are composed of a central gelatinous nucleus pulposus surrounded by a tough cartilaginous ring, the annulus fibrosis; disks are responsible for 25% of spinal column length (Figs. 16-1 and 16-2). The disks are largest in the cervical and lumbar regions where movements of the spine are greatest. ...

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