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Vertebrae are those bones which are placed at the midline of the back. They protect the spinal cord by forming a ring of exoskeleton around it thereby creating a spinal canal for the transmission of the spinal cord and its nerves. There are about 32-34 vertebral bones in the body as follows

  Each vertebra has a canal, pedicle, lamina, arch, transverse process and spine.

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