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Human Cervical Vertebra or  Spine. A part of
Human Cervical Vertebra or Spine. A part of

A human cervical vertebra or spine. A part of my effort to archive and preserve, public domain Human Anatomy Image classics in Vectorized format.. A part of

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Atlas  First human cervical vertebra C1 (First Cervical spine). Of humans a
Atlas First human cervical vertebra C1 (First Cervical spine). Of humans a

Atlas, First cervical vertebra of Humans, a wonder of creation and a pinnacle of Human evolution, observe how this vertebra is modified like a ring in order to bear the weight of our skulls, while allowing us to perform the complicated movements with our heads. Compare this with the picture of normal Cervical vertebra.. Of humans a

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A human dorsal or thoracic spine or Vertebra. Chest lateral view
A human dorsal or thoracic spine or Vertebra. Chest lateral view

A human dorsal spine or Thoracic vertebra, Chest vertebra. Lateral view.. Chest lateral view

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A human Lumbar spine or Vertebra. Back bone in
A human Lumbar spine or Vertebra. Back bone in

A human Lumbar spine or Vertebra, back bone in the belly region. Observe the bone is heavy and bigger in size in order to bear the weight of our bodies especially our abdomen. Part of my effort to archive public domain images, vectorized by author.. Back bone in

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A human dorsal or thoracic spine or Vertebra. Chest lateral view
A human dorsal or thoracic spine or Vertebra. Chest lateral view

A human dorsal spine or Thoracic vertebra, Chest vertebra. Lateral view.. Chest lateral view

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Axis -Human second cervical Vertebra or Spine. Highly adapted to
Axis -Human second cervical Vertebra or Spine. Highly adapted to

Second cervical vertebra, highly adapted to bear weight and yet remain mobile, co-apt with Axis in holding weight of our skulls. Death in judicial hanging occurs due to fracture of the Odentoid process in the center of this vertebra, called in medical parlance as the "hangman's fracture. A biological marvel machine. Part of my effort to preserve for posterity, public domain Classic human Anatomy images. Vectorized by the Author.. Highly adapted to

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