Labelled radiographic anatomy of the cervical spine. h/t @PatologCritica

The bony and vascular anatomy of the cervical spine.
Credit: @neurosurgatlas
#Cervical #Spine Anatomy from different angles
Credit: @OGdukeneurosurg

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