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11 Atlas (C1). First cervical vertebra. It lacks a body. A

2 Lateral mass of atlas. Massa lateralis atlantis. The thickened lateral part of the atlas which bears the skull for the lacking vertebra. A

3 Superior articular facet. Facies articularis superior. Elliptical and concave facet. A

4 Inferior articular facet. Facies articularis inferior. Roundish and slightly concave surface lined with cartilage.

5 Anterior arch of atlas. Arcus anterior atlantis. A

6 Dental fovea of atlas. Fovea dentis atlantis. Facet for articulation with the dens of the axis on the inner surface of the anterior arch. A

7 Anterior tubercle of atlas. Tuberculum an-terius atlantis. A

8 Posterior arch of atlas. Arcus posterior atlantis. A

9 Groove for vertebral artery. Sulcus arteriae vertebralis. Groove for the vertebral artery located on the posterior arch of the atlas behind the articular surfaces. A

10 Posterior tubercle. Tuberculum posterius. It is a rudiment of the spinous process. A

11 Axis (C2) [[Epistropheus] The second cervical vertebra. B

12 Dens [[odontoid process] of axis. Dens axis. B

13 Apex of dens. Apex dentis. Attachment site of the apical ligament of the dens. B

14 Anterior articular surface of dens. Facies ar-ticularis anterior. B

15 Posterior articular surface of dens. Faciesar-ticularis posterior. B

16 OS SACRUM (SACRALE) / VERTEBRAE SACRALES I-V. Sacral bone [[ sacrum]] formed by five fused vertebrae. C D F

17 Base of sacrum. Basis ossis sacri. Broad upper end of sacrum. F

18 Promontory of sacrum. Promontorium ossis sacri. Prominent anterior margin of the body of the first sacral vertebra. It projects quite far into the pelvic inlet. F

19 Ala of sacrum. Ala sacralis. Part of the base of the sacrum situated lateral to the first sacral vertebra.

20 Superior articular process. Processus articu-laris superior. C F

21 Lateral part or mass of sacrum. Pars lateralis ossis sacri. The lateral part of the sacrum derived from the transverse processes and rudimentary ribs. C F

22 Auricular surface. Facies auricularis. Ear-shaped articular surface for the ilium. C

23 Sacral tuberosity. Tuberositas sacralis. Rough area behind the auricular surface for the attachment of the sacroiliac ligaments. C

24 Pelvic surface. Facies pelvica. Anterior surface of the sacrum facing the pelvis. F

25 Transverse lines. Lineae transversae. Four anteriorly situated fusion lines ofthe five sacral vertebral bodies. F

26 Intervertebral foramina. Foramina inter-vertebralia. Openings for passage of the sacral spinal nerves. They develop from the original superior and inferior notches. D

27 Anterior sacral foramina. Foramina sacralia anteriora (pelvica). Anterior openings for nerves and vessels. D F

28 Dorsal surface of sacrum. Facies dorsalis ossis sacri. C

29 Median sacral crest. Crista sacralis mediana. Median ridge formed by the remnants of the spinous processes of the sacral vertebrae. C

30 Posterior sacral foramina. Foramina sacralia posteriora. Posterior openings for nerves and vessels. C D

31 Intermediate sacral crests. Cristae sacralis intermedia. Remnants of the articular processes located on either side the median sacral crest. C

32 Lateral sacral crest. Crista sacralis lateralis. Posterior bilateral series of rudimentary transverse processes. C

33 Sacral cornu (horn). Cornu sacrale. Hook-shaped processes that extend downward on either side of the sacral hiatus. C

34 Sacral canal. Canalis sacralis. Inferior end of the vertebral canal. C D

35 Sacral hiatus. Hiatus sacralis. Opening at the inferior end ofthe vertebral canal located usually atthe level of vertebrae S3-4. Emergence site of filum terminale and injection site for lower epidural anesthesia (caudal analgesia). C

36 Apex of sacrum. Apex ossis sacri. Inferior tip of sacrum which gives attachment to the coccyx. C F

37 COCCYGEAL VERTEBRAE I-IV. Os coccygis. Bone that usually consists of four rudimentary vertebrae. E

38 Coccygeal cornu (horn). Cornu coccygeus. Upwardly projecting process formed by the articular process. E

¬°¬°THORAX]] Used to denote the chest and wall consisting of ribs, cartilage and soft tissue that encases the chest cavity. THORACIC BONES. Ossa thoracis, RIBS. Costae (I-XII). D

True ribs (1-7). Costae verae (I-VII). The first seven ribs with individual cartilaginous connections to the sternum thereby distinguishing them from the last five ribs. D False ribs (8-12). Costae spuriae (VIII-XII). The last five ribs which have no direct cartilaginous union with the sternum. D Floating ribs (11-12). Costae fluitantes (XI-XII). They have no connection with the costal arch (arch of ribs). D

Costal cartilage. Cartilago costalis. Cartilage at the anterior ends of the ribs. D Bony rib. Os costale (costa). It is contrasted with the cartilaginous segment of the rib. D Head of rib. Caput costae. It articulates with the vertebral column. A Articular surface on head of rib. Facies articulares capitis costae. A B Interarticular crest on head of rib. Crista capitis costae. Small ridge which separates the two articular facets. B

Neck of rib. Collum costae. It lies lateral to the head of the rib. A B

Crest of neck of rib. Crista colli costae. Sharp ridge on the upper border of the neck of a rib. A Shaft (body) of rib. Corpus costae. Main part of rib adjacent to the neck. A B Costal tubercle. Tuberculum costae. Posterior elevation between the neck and the shaft of the rib. A B

Articular facet of costal tubercle. Facies articu-laris tuberculi costae. Surface for articulation with the transverse process of the thoracic vertebrae. A B

Angle of rib. Angulus costae. Posteriorly situated bend in the axis of the rib. A B

Costal groove. Sulcus costae. Groove for the intercostal artery, vein and nerve on the lower margin of the internal surface of the rib. B 17 a First rib. Costa prima. It is the only rib bent only along the edge. A D

Tubercle for anterior scalene muscle. Tuberculum musculi scaleni anterioris. Small prominence on the upper surface of the first rib for the attachment of the anterior scalene muscle. A Groove for subclavian artery. Sulcus arteriae subclaviae. Groove on the first rib, just posterior to the anterior scalene tubercle. A Groove for subclavian vein. Sulcus venae sub-claviae. Groove on the first rib, just anterior to the anterior scalene tubercle. A 20 a Second rib. Costa secunda. It attaches to the sternal angle and can easily be identified in

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