vertebral canal


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Synonyms for vertebral canal

the canal in successive vertebrae through which the spinal cord passes

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Further experiences on the pathological influence of a developmental narrowness of the bony lumbar vertebral canal.
Evaluation of the internal vertebral venous plexus, vertebral canal, dural sac, and vertebral body via nonselective computed tomographic venography in the cervical vertebral column in healthy dogs.
For example, cauda equina syndrome is a partial or complete loss of control of the bowel or bladder and sometimes sexual function; it is due to compression of the collection of spinal roots that descend from the lower part of the spinal cord and occupy the vertebral canal below the cord.
The MRI showed that the cervical vertebral canal was well decompressed.
Computed tomography, however, showed severe osteolysis with periosteal reactions of T5-7 and narrowing of the vertebral canal.
Idiopathic epidural lipomatosis of the vertebral canal [in Polish].
8) MRI is superior to plain radiographs in showing the extent of extraskeletal involvement, particularly in the case of compromise of the vertebral canal and the epidural space.
The posterior plane of the vertebrae corresponds, in this study, to the ventral side of vertebral canal where the transverse foramina are located.
To prevent it from being easily damaged, it is housed inside a bony tunnel called the spinal or vertebral canal.
The anterior wall of the vertebral canal is separated from the posterior wall of the vertebral body on the lateral X-ray image.
Necropsy and histologic investigation identified reduction in the diameter of the vertebral canal and spinal cord at cervical segments 8-9 with coalescing granulomas and intralesional acid-fast bacilli within the intertrabecular space, left side of the clavicular air sac, and cranial left lung.