Anatomy, descriptive and applied. by H. Gray

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Extremity of each of these roots form the anterior and posterior tubercles of the transverse processes. The peculiar vertebrae in the cervical regions are the first, or atlas; the second, or axis; and the seventh, or vertebra promlnens. The great modifications in the form of the atlas and axis are designed to admit of the nodding and rotatory movements of the head. Atlas. ^The atlas (Fig. 16) is so named because it supports the globe of the head. The chief peculiarities of this bone are that it has neither body nor spinous process.

Suffix of that the two other branches of the same nerve BNA body, as a whole, as with most vertebrates, consists of two general divisions, and appendicular; the former is the body proper (soma), the latter comprises The middle plane of the body is called the meson, from the the limbs (membra). Greek to ftiffou, the middle; while mesal and mesad (ad being the Latin ecjuivaThe mesal lent of the English -ward) are adjectival and adverbial inflections. plane is also the dorsoventral plane which passes approximately through the sagittal suture of the skull, and hence any plane parallel to it is termed a sagittal plane.

Plane is also the dorsoventral plane which passes approximately through the sagittal suture of the skull, and hence any plane parallel to it is termed a sagittal plane. A vertical plane at right angles to the mesal plane passes, roughly speaking, through the central part of the coronal suture or through a line parallel to it; such a plane is therefore called a coronal plane or frontal plane. A plane at right angles to both the mesal and coronal planes is termed a transverse plane. The The axial terms anterior and posterior have been employed to indicate the relation of parts to the front or back of the body, and the terms superior and inferior to signify the relative levels of different structures; but the growing use of data derived from com- anatomy and embryology in the elucidation of the human structure makes employed which may without ambiguity indicate relative position in both man and animals.

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