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a flow of activities; a sequence of tasks.
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The rib must abut the seventh cervical vertebral transverse process, which is seen to project horizontally or caudally from the spine (figure-2).
An absence of FT could mean absence of vertebral artery or artery running along the transverse process.
The only probable postcranial material assigned to the genus Cymatosaurus also shows amphicoelous centra and prominent transverse process (Sander et al.
The total depth from the subcutaneous cell tissue to the transverse process at C6 usually does not exceed 16.
The vertebral fractures were reported as fracture of L3, L4, compression fracture of L4 and L5 transverse process fracture.
In the current study all the cases had transverse process fractures three of five cases had limb or rib fractures concomitantly indicating the combination of several serious forces acted in the occurrence of the rare injury.
Patients with transverse process fractures of the cervical spine and upper cervical vertebral body fractures should undergo CTA to exclude vertebral artery injury.
A longitudinal view of the transverse process and its tip should be displayed medially, with the pleura lateral and slightly deeper.
All the analysed trajectories were considered as starting from the same entry point, established at thelateral border of the superior facet where it intersects the midportion of the transverse process.
Similarly, Hare & Rogers (1981), reported a case of compression of the lowest trunk of the brachial plexus by a fibrous scalenus medius muscle band that connected the transverse process of the seventh cervical vertebra, to the first rib.
If symptoms are present above the level of the L5 transverse process, it's unlikely the SI joint is the cause.
Fascicles from the rotatores, multifidus and semispinalis muscles pass between one and six segments before inserting into a transverse process (Clemente 2006, Moore & Dalley 2006, Rosse & Gaddum-Rosse 1997).

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