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Anatomia da Coluna Vertebral (Espinha) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Anatomia da Coluna Vertebral (Espinha)
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Anatomia da Coluna Vertebral (Espinha) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Descreve precisamente a anatomia da espinha, ou coluna vertebral. Mostra os elementos esqueléticos e nervosos, incluindo a medula espinhal, corpos vertebrais, discos intervertebrais, dura máter, cone medular e cauda eqüina. Mostra uma visão posterior (dorso) da espinha, listando cada nível vertebral de C1 até o cóccix. As ilustrações são codificadas por cores para mostrar o local das curvaturas cervical, torácica, lombar, sacral e coccígeno.

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