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Skull and Spinal Cord with Labelled Regions

Joanna Culley

  • £143.64 GBP

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Image Description:

Illustration of the spine and skull in lateral view with labels showing the cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacrum regions. The spine stretches from the base of the skull to the coccyx. It is responsible for supporting upper body weight and protecting the spinal cord. The adult spine consists of 26 bones – 24 vertebrae and the sacrum and coccyx. The vertebrae are divided into three regions – cervical, thoracic or lumbar – and their name contains the first letter of their region. The skull consists of 22 bones and protects the soft tissue of the head, including the brain and eyes and supports facial structures.

Image File Sizes:

Size

Pixels

Inches (@300dpi)

cm (@300dpi)

Small

 256 x 600px

 0.9 x 2.0”

 2.2 x 5.1cm

Medium

 512 x 1200px

 1.7 x 4.0”

 4.3 x 10.2cm

Large

 1024 x 2400px

 3.4 x 8.0”

 8.7 x 20.3cm

X-Large

 1707 x 4000px

 5.7 x 13.3”

 14.5 x 33.9cm

Maximum

 2520 x 5906px

 8.4 x 19.7”

 21.3 x 50.0cm

Anatomy Visible in the Medical Illustration Includes:

Spine, spinal column, vertebral column, sacrum, coccyx, cervical vertebrae, thoracic vertebrae, lumbar vertebrae, skull, pterion, frontal bone, greater wing of sphenoid bone, lacrimal bone, nasal bone, zygomatic bone, maxilla, mandible, mental foreman, zygomatic process, styloid process, mastoid part of temporal bone, tympanic part of termporal bone, occipitomastoid suture, occipital bone, squamous part of temporal bone, parietal bone, asterion, lamboid suture, parietomastoid suture, squamous suture, sphenosquamous suture, sphenoparietal suture

Image created by:

Joanna Culley


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