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Longitudinale anterius Faciesintervertebralis Anulus Oi"araJ' fibrosus intervertebralis Nucleus I pulposus Lig. 793 CervicaImotion segment; s c h e m a t i cm e d i a ns e c t i o n . articularissuoerior Epiphysis anularis* Lig flavum Lig. spinosus Lig. longitudinaleposterius Pediculusarcusvertebrae Lamina arcus vertebrae Fig,79t, Lumbar motion segment; s c h e m a t i cm e d i a ns e c t i o n . Proc articularisinferior * A [ s o :r i m o f v e r t e b r a tb o d y * * H y a t i n ec a r t i l a g i n o u sc o v e r i n go f t h e e n d - p l a t eo f t h e v e r t e b r a Ib o d y r e f t e c t i n gt h e n o n - o s s i f i e dp o r t i o no f t h e e p i p h y s i s > Back Superficialmusclesof the back ProtuberantiaocciDitalisexterna M sternocleidomastoideus IVIspleniuscapitis M trapezius Spina scapulae Fascia deltoidea prominens, Vertebra Proc spinosus M teres malor Scapula, Angulusinferior M infraspinatus, Fasciainfraspinata M latissimus dorsi M, rhomboideus major VertebrathoracicaXll.

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Axillaris) N. cutaneus brachiilateralis inforior(N. radialis) N. cutaneusbrachii posterior(N. cutaneimedialeset laterales) (Nn. $-L1,Rr. spinales,Nn. intercostales) R. cutaneuslateralis (Plexuslumbalis,N. spinales 51-S3, Rr. posteriores) L4 L5 Nn. cluniuminferiores (N. cutaneusfemorisposterior) S1 s2 S3 N. cutaneusfemorislaleralis(Plexuslumbalis) N. 8 1 1 S e g m e n t ca uI t a n e o ui ns n e r v a t i ol dne r m a t o m e s ) andcutaneous nervesof the back. ;Voccipitalis a a N. , B posterior (C8) (T1) , R posterior (Plexuscervicalis) lateralis t, N supraclavicularis a M.

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