This section includes all medical illustrations relating to the spine and its vertebrae.
The normal anatomy of the spine is usually described by dividing up the spine into three major sections: the cervical, the thoracic, and the lumbar spine.
Classified as follows:
There are approximately 220 ligaments, 120 muscles that are related to controlling the motion of the spine.
Lumbar Vertebra (L4 & L5) Compressed Status - White background
Vertebrae Under Compression With Muscles - Labelled
Lumbar Vertebra in Superior View
Extreme Case of Lumbar 4 and Lumbar 5 Bone Degeneration - White Background
Prolapse of a Cervical Disc
Lumbar Spine Nerves
Transverse Section of T3-4 Intervertebral Disc - Labelled
Transverse section of T3-4 Intervertebral Disc
Step 2 Cervical Laminectomy Surgery
Step 1 Cervical Laminectomy Surgery
Prolapse of Vertebral Disc
Lumbar Facet Joint Injection
Interspinal Muscle Normal Anatomy
Interspinal- Muscle Normal Anatomy with Labels and Black Background
Lumbar Vertebrae (L4 & L5) Compressed Status on a Black Background
Extreme Case of Lumbar 4 and Lumbar 5 Bone Degeneration - Labelled
Extreme Case of Lumbar 4 and Lumbar 5 Bone Degeneration
Spinal Nerves and Plexus
Healthy Anatomy Cervical Vertebra