part of the vertebral arch that connects to the body
slender connection between body and transverse process
attached to and extends posteriorly on either side of body of vertebra
Small foot or foot-like process.
Defective portion of vertebra with spondylolisthesis in cervical area
A narrow strip of tissue by which an avulsed piece of tissue remains connected to the body
ant. portion of the arch
This structure has a Superior Vertebral notch/incisure that is deeper than the typical thoracic vertebrae (T1)
Posterior projection to vertebral body that supports the lamina
portion of the neural arch just posteriorto the body snd snterior to the lamina
short, bony posterior projection
The two short, rounded processes that extend posteriorly, one from each lateral margin of the dorsal surface of the vertebral body.
The walls of the vertebral arch. attached to and extends posteriorly on either side of body of vertebra
connects transverse process to the body of the vertebrae
anterior portion of the arch Superior and inferior vertebral notches (aka incisures) Intervertebral foramen (aka IVF)
bony pillars that attach the vertebral arch to body
Short, extending posteriorly, with little lateral deviation (S1)
a bony projection that extends posteriorly from each side of the vertebral body. connects the body w/the transverse process
Two vertebral notches Shallow one on superior surface and a deeper on inferior surface
The Pedicleare are two short, thick processes, which project backward, one on either side, from the upper part of the body, at the junction of its posterior and lateral surfaces. (Vertebrae) .
the basal part of each side of the neural arch of a vertebra connecting the laminae with the bodies
foot of the arch, one on each side, that forms the lateral wall of the vertebral foramen; attached to body
short, thick processes that project posteriorly from the vertebral body to unite w/ the flat LAMINAE to form VERTEBRAL ARCH (LUMBAR)
Connecting the vertebrae body to the vertabrae arch, these are two short thick processes which project backward on either side from the upper part of the body at the junction of its posterior and lateral surfaces.
forms the root of the vertebral arch
Latin for "small foot"