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26 Left side of cervical spinal cord showing orderly continuous series of posterior rootlets of spinal nerve. A Fine intersegmental communication. Β Stout bundle of nerve fibres communicating between different rootlets of the same segment. spondylosis Fig. 27 A Fine communication between bundles in a single ventral root. Β Communication between posterior nerve roots of adjacent segments. ) 50 Cervical spondylosis posterior roots. Communications were found between bundles of neighbouring segments 9 out of 86 times for anterior roots and 18 out of 86 for posterior roots in 8 out of 20 cases (Figs.
This unites with the rest of the bone that is pre-formed in cartilage; however, it may remain permanently separated and is then known as the interparietal bone. The cartilaginous basis of the occipital bone is formed from three elements on each side of the midline. The basilar plate represents the centrum and hypochordal bow of an upper cervical vertebra (Fig. 14A). The lateral or condylar part corresponds to the neural arches. The hypoglossal foramen, which may be sub-divided, is in series with the intervertebral foramina (Fig.
As noted earlier (page 19) flexion is accompanied by slight rotation and vice versa. The total range of antero-posterior movement has been given as 90 degrees (by O'Connell, 1955, and 80-5 degrees by Bakke, 1931). Extension accounts for about three-quarters of this. The apex of the cervical lordosis is between C4 and C5, but radiographic studies quoted by Breig (1960) and Davis (1960) suggest that the maximum ranges are at C5 and C6, followed by the joint between C6 and C7. It is significant that Bull (1951) and Mixter (1951) report that the commonest sites for disc protrusions in the neck are at C5-6 and C6-7.
Cervical Spondylosis and Other Disorders of the Cervical Spine by Lord Brain