By Bradley S. Bowden
An Illustrated Atlas of the Skeletal muscle tissues , 3rd variation is designed as a practical reference, complement, and examine advisor for college students and future health execs with a extensive range of pursuits within the basic constitution and serve as of skeletal-muscular structures.
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1 gives the size of the cord at different levels in different ages. These values were obtained from 45 patients in whom both MM and CTMM were performed, and each examination was considered normal. 0 mm. 5 mm. As the size of the cord was measured at all the recorded levels in each of only a few patients, the number of measurements at each level and in each age group does not allow any extensive statistical analysis. 1 it is clear that the cord increases in size most rapidly during the first months of life, while after about the age of 6 months the rate of increase of the size is much slower.
The tip of the odontoid ossifies from one or two separate centers. The relationship between the occipital condyles and the C1, as well as between the C1 and C2 vertebrae, is often best seen in the coronal view (Fig. 2). The lower cervical vertebrae in infancy ossify from a small composite center in the vertebral body, and from two C-shaped ossification centers in the pediclelamina complexes; with very small transverse processes. During the first years of life the pedicles become thicker and the transverse processes and the foramina transversaria are completely formed at approximately 3 years of age (Fig.
The syringohydromyeliac cavity is opacified. no unexpected discomfort at the examination, and there was no new neurologic disturbance during or after the procedure. Syringohydromyelia is often accompanied by a Chiari malformation (see Fig. 18) and examination of the occipitocervical junction should always be performed in cases of syringohydromyelia using CTMM; wherein the low tonsils are readily demonstrated. Syringobulbia within a large brain stem is very rare. Diastematomyelia Diastematomyelia denotes a longitudinal split of the spinal cord extending over one or several vertebral levels, or rarely over multiple discrete levels, usually in the 48 CT and Myelography of the Spine and Cord lower thoracic or upper lumbar area, although higher levels or the filum terminale might also be involved.
An Illustrated Atlas of the Skeletal Muscles, 3rd Edition by Bradley S. Bowden