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Cervical vertebrae have the following distinguishing features

 

                     All possess a foramen transversarium which assists in transmitting the vertebral artery, except C7.

                     Typical cervical vertebrae have bifid spines

                     Typical cervical vertebrae have triangular vertebral canal

                     Typical cervical vertebrae have superior articular process facing backwards and upwards

                     Typical cervical vertebrae have uncus  (lip of vertebral body)

 


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