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CFresnel Cosine Integral
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Clarys, "Left-right asymmetries and other common anatomical variants of the first cervical vertebra. Part 1: Left-right asymmetries in C1 vertebrae," Manual Therapy, vol.
They suggest that "a standing spinal wave demonstrates that the neuronal circuitry is embedded in the spine",43 which combined with the Meire et al's findings, may help us better understand this complex lumbar and cervical vertebra relationship.
MPZ 2001/130 b is interpreted as a cervical vertebra, cervical vertebrae sensu Andrews (1913) being the vertebrae in which the parapophyseal process is located on the centrum and not associated with the neural arch.
Yeasting, "Morphology of the second cervical vertebra and the posterior projection of the C2 pedicle axis," Spine, vol.
The first cervical vertebra, also known as the atlas, represents the transition between the skull and the axial skeleton and it is reported that the dimensions of this vertebra affect aspects of both the facial skeleton and the cervical column [34].
Male individuals and patients with Class II malocclusion exhibited twice as much chance of being in stages 1 or 2 of cervical vertebra maturation than individuals with Class I malocclusion (OR= 2.1 [CI 95%, 1.33 to 3.18]).
The cervical nerve plexus is located at the posterior triangle of the neck that is formed by the cervical prevertebral fascia, the paravertebral muscles and the cervical vertebra (5).
An adequate lateral view must include all seven cervical vertebrae and the cervicothoracic junction including the junction between the seventh cervical vertebra and the first thoracic vertebra as illustrated in Figure 1.
Commercial shell-fishing activities off the central New Jersey coast recovered a single cervical vertebra probably belonging to the extinct elkmoose, Alces scotti.
The UFSC specimen 1117 exhibited this structure on the on the right side of the third cervical vertebra ([Ce.sub.3]).