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Cervical Vertebra with Spinal Cord: Superior View - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
Cervical Vertebra with Spinal Cord: Superior View
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Cervical Vertebra with Spinal Cord: Superior View - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This illustration accurately depicts the spinal cord in section with nerve roots, as well as a normal cervical (neck) vertebra (spine) and intervertebral disc (annulus fibrosis, nucleus pulposis) from a superior (top) view. The spinal nerves are shown exiting the intervertebral foraminae.

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