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Appendix B: Cattle vertebral column Figure I Click on image for larger view Description for image - Cattle vertebral column, Ruminant The left figure represents the dorsal view of a bovine dura mater enclosed spinal cord. Are identified: Number 1 is the wing of the first cervical vertebra. Number 2 is the eighth cervical spinal nerve exiting through the intervertebral foramen.
Number 3 is the fourth thoracic spinal nerve exiting through the lateral vertebral foramen. Number 4 is the tenth thoracic rib. The right figure represents the bovine caudal thoracic, lumbar, sacral and caudal dura mater enclosed spinal cord. The sacrum is identified. Are identified: Number 1 is the thirteenth thoracic spinal nerve.
Number 2 is the transverse process of a third lumbar vertebra. Number 3 is the sixth lumbar spinal nerve.
Number 4 is the fifth sacral spinal nerve. Number 5 is the second caudal coccygeal vertebra. The body, transverse process, dorsal root ganglia and spinous dorsal process are identified. Bovine cervical vertebra Click on image for larger view Description for image - Bovine cervical vertebra This figure represents a frontal view of a bovine cervical vertebra. Note: The Dorsal Root Ganglia may protrude from the intervertebral foramen into the space that lies between the body and transverse processes of adjoining vertebrae.
The ribs are attached to shortened transverse processes in the thoracic region. Four arrows indicate the location of the dorsal root ganglia. The left and right wings of the bovine sacrum are identified. Extracted from: Sisson and Grossman The Anatomy of the Domestic Animals - Volume 1 Bovine sacrum, dorsal view Click on image for larger view Description for image - Bovine sacrum, dorsal view This figure represents a dorsal view of the sacrum of a bovine.
No structures are identified on this figure. Extracted from: Sisson and Grossman The Anatomy of the Domestic Animals - Volume 1 Report a problem or mistake on this page Please select all that apply: A link, button or video is not working It has a spelling mistake Information is missing Information is outdated or wrong Login error when trying to access an account e. You will not receive a reply.
Appendix B: Cattle vertebral column
Sisson and grossman anatomy of domestic animals pdf