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Anatomía de la columna vertebral (espina dorsal) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Anatomía de la columna vertebral (espina dorsal)
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Anatomía de la columna vertebral (espina dorsal) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Muestra con exactitud la anatomía de la espina dorsal o columna vertebral. Muestra los elementos óseos y neurales, incluyendo la médula espinal, cuerpos vertebrales, discos intervertebrales, duramadre, cono medular y cauda equina. Muestra una vista posterior (atrás) de la espina dorsal, etiquetando cada nivel vertebral desde el C1 hasta el cóccix. Las ilustraciones tienen códigos de colores para identificar la ubicación de la curvatura cervical, toráxica, lumbar, sacra y coccígea.

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