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Spinal Cord in Posterolateral View

Joanna Culley

  • £164.16 GBP

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Image Description:

Illustration showing the spine and spinal cord in posteriolateral view. The spinal cord runs from the base of the brain to the lower part of the thoracic spine. There are 8 cervical nerves, 12 thoracic nerves, 5 lumbar nerves, 5 sacral nerves and 1 coccygeal nerve. The spinal cord, contains neurons that carry sensory information from the body to the central nervous system, allowing for processing of the information received and also carry information from the head to the central nervous system, allowing motor functions to be performed. Any damage to the spinal cord can result in loss of sensory and/or motor function below the level of injury.

Image File Sizes:

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Inches

cm

Small

541x600px

1.8x2.0” @300dpi
7.5x8.3" @72dpi

4.6x5.1cm @300dpi
19.0x21.2" @72dpi

Medium

1082x1200px

3.6x4.0” @300dpi
15.0x16.7" @72dpi

9.2x10.2cm @300dpi
38.1x43.3cm @72dpi

Large

2165x2400px

7.2x8.0” @300dpi
30.0x33.3" @72dpi

18.3x20.3cm @300dpi
76.3x84.7cm @72dpi

X-Large

3608x4000px

12.0x13.3” @300dpi
50.1x55.5" @72dpi

30.6x33.9cm @300dpi
127.3x141.1cm @72dpi

Maximum

4382x4858px

14.6x16.2” @300dpi
60.8x67.4" @72dpi

37.1x41.1cm @300dpi
154.6x171.4cm @72dpi

Anatomy Visible in the Medical Illustration Includes:

Spine, spinal cord, spinal nerve, exiting nerve roots, nerve roots, spinal ganglion, pia mater, dura mater, azygos vein, arachnoid mater, thoracic duct, rhomboid major m., trapezius muscle, aorta, thoracic 6, thoracic 7.

Image created by:

Joanna Culley


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