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 What skull bone articulates with the vertebral column?

Answer The occipital bone, situated at the back and lower part of the skull, forms the joint with the atlas, or "C1," the topmost cervical vertebrae. The foramen magnum is an opening through the occipital... Read More »
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How many lumbars does the vertebral column contain?

The spine contains five lumbar vertebrae. They are referred to as L1, L2, L3, L4, and L5, and are the largest segments of the movable part of the spine. They also hold most of the body's weight.Ref... Read More »
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Which muscle cannot flex the vertebral column?

Of the several muscles in the vetebral column, most provide only extension. The spine relies mainly on gravity for flexion. The few muscles that do act as flexors within the vertebral column are t... Read More »
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What is the name of the muscle that aligns the vertebral column?

The complicated structure of the spine requires the use of many different muscles rather than a single muscle. Collectively, this network of muscles is referred to as the erector spinae. This inclu... Read More »
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How many bones make up the vertebral column?

The human vertebral column includes 33 bones, all called vertebrae. There are seven cervical vertebrae at the neck, 12 thoracic vertebrae at the chest, six lumbar vertebrae at the lower back, five ... Read More »
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