Transitional Vertebra?

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A transitional vertebra is a type of congenital vertebral anomaly in many animals, including humans. Simply, a transitional vertebra possess the properties of two different vertebra. An example is when a cervical vertebra has a transverse process that looks similar to that of a rib.
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