Spine and spinal cord

The human spine is a structure of 33 bones joined by ligament and muscle extended from skull to pelvis. It connects between the brain and peripheral nervous system which is the information connecting pathway. Spinal cord is protected by the three layers of tissues called meninges. Vertebrae is classified into thoracic, lumbar, cervical and coccygeal. Each vertebra in the spine is protect by invertebral disc. Spinal cord consist of 31 pairs of spinal nerves that transmits the signal to and fro between body and spinal cord. Any damage to the spine causes the loss of sensor or motor function.

  • Lumbar spine
  • Thoracic spine
  • Narrowing of spine
  • Spine myelopathy
  • Sclerosis of spine
  • Dendritic spine
  • Spinal Disorders

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