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enough force to crush a mouse skull/ribs/break it's spine


The high g-force of the ejection rocket will produce a measurable compression of the cartilage disks in the pilot's spine, although the effect is not permanent (thankfully).


The four regions of the spine are the cervical spine, thoracic spine, lumbar spine, and sacrum, which includes the coccyx.


There are three parts of the spine. They are the Cervical (C-Spine), Thoricic (T-Spine) and Lumbar (L-Spine).


I AM NO EXPERT!!! If it is a valuble, nice, or meaningful book, take it to a professional to be fixed!! But if not, and it has a glued spine, pop it in the microwave for a few seconds, and stick it back together.


The spine is made up of boney vertebra: Cervical spine, Thoracic spine, and Lumbar spine.


cervical spine,thoracic spine,lumbar spine and sacrum


I am not a professional but I have this phrase in my spinal MRI results for my lumbar spine. The conus medullaris terminates (ends) normally in a certain area or near a certain vertebrae in your spine. Like L-1 or L-2. Possibly this is what your looking for.


No they do not have a spine


It could mean you have to take better care of yourself-or your body is telling you to get yourself checked by a medical professional


Curves of 40 degrees or more are highly likely to worsen, even in an adult, because the spine is so badly imbalanced that the force of gravity will increase the curvature.


The part of the spine at the neck is known as the cervical spine. The upper back contains the thoracic spine, and the lower back is the lumbar spine.


The cervical spine is just a portion of your spine. They are broken down into 3 sections. Cervical (c-spine), throacic (t-spine) and lumbar (L-spine). There are 7 vertebrae in the c-spine, 12 in the t-spine, and 5 in the L-spine. The first 2 vertebrae in the c-spine allow the head to tilt up down and side to side as well as rotate. Other than that the c-spine is just the vertebrae in your neck.


No, the trachea is not lateral to the spine; it's anterior to the spine.


Every vertebrate has a spine; that's what vertebrate means: an animal with a spine. If you need an example, you have a spine and therefore you are a vertebrate.



Yes. Ferrets are a vertebrate mammal meaning that they do have a spine.


a curved spine because of its hump


He injured his spine and cannot walk. The spine supports your body.


yes their is. spine surgery is only your spine. back surgery is when you opperate on spine, ribs,and mucsels.


Yes, a stingray often loses its spine when it injures another creature. This occurs largely due to the relatively weak connection between the spine and the tail, the often surprising force of this defensive reaction and the anchor-like teeth of the spine, which tend to lodge in tissue like a series of arrowheads or fishhook barbs.


Arachnids are Invertebrates. = no spine.


different defects of the spine


Yes, a crocodile has a spine.


The plural of spine is spines.



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