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Re: T/F for Cervical vertebrae and craniovertebral joints

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Posted by Ichneumia Rapidae on November 19, 2014 at 08:42:26:

In Reply to: T/F for Cervical vertebrae and craniovertebral joints posted by lae2 on October 01, 2013 at 15:57:50:

: T/F for Cervical vertebrae and craniovertebral joints

: 1. The tectorial membrane is the superior continuation of the (anterior) longitudinal ligament. FALSE, posterior

: 2. The posterior atlantooccipital membrane is allows for the passage to two structures. TRUE, vertebral artery, sub occipital nerve (C1)

: 3. The transverse fibers of the cruciate ligament attach to the margin of the foramen magnum. TRUE, transverse ligament of Atlas (crus superius) - basilar part of occipital bone

: 4. The nuchal ligament is an extension of the supraspinous ligament. TRUE.



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