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Neck - Wikipedia

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The neck contains vessels that links structures in the head to the body. In humans these structures include part of the esophagus, ...

Neck Anatomy Pictures Bones, Muscles, Nerves

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Aug 6, 2016 ... The neck has the ability to support a great deal of weight too; the human head weighs nearly as much as the average bowling ball at around ...

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Dec 2, 2011 ... http://www.anatomyzone.com 3D anatomy tutorial on the organisation of the neck using the BioDigital Human Browser ...

Neck Anatomy, Area & Diagram | Body Maps - Healthline

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The section of the spine at the neck region is called the cervical spine. It starts at the atlas (the top cervical vertebra) and continues down to the C7 vertebra.

Cervical Spine Anatomy and Neck Pain - Spine-Health

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The cervical spine (neck) is a well-engineered, strong structure that delicately houses the spinal cord and flexibly allows movement of the head in all directions.

Homologous Structure Examples - YourDictionary

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Homologous structure examples include wing structure of a bird and the arm structure ... wing, cat's leg, and the human arm are considered homologous structures. ... the giraffe has the very same number of neck bones (seven) as a giant whale ... Now that you have seen these examples of homologous structures , you can ...

Vertebra - Wikipedia

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A section of the human vertebral column, showing multiple vertebrae in a left posterolateral view. Details. Identifiers. Latin, Vertebratus. TA · A02.2.01.001 · FMA · 9914 ·...

Homologous Structures - Definition and Examples | Biology Dictionary

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These structures do not have to look exactly the same, or have the same function. ... Nonetheless, both human and giraffe necks contain seven bones.