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The bodies of the thoracic vertebrae are cylindrical, and almost found There are posterior in cross section. facets on the bodies for articulation with the heads of ribs. T1 has a facet near the top, and an inferior facet. T2 through T9 each have superior and inferior facets. In this T10 through T12 region, the facets each have one facet. of the articular processes are round and flat. The articular facets are oriented postero-superolaterally on the superior articular processes, and anteroinferomedially on the inferior processes.

42 THE TRUNK The intervertebral disc serves as shock absorber The disc often receives pressure from the vertebral body above. The nucleus, because of its central location and gelatinous composition, tends to distribute the pressure it receives in every direction. Thus, the fibers of the annulus receive both horizontal and vertical pressures. As long as fluid remains in the nucleus, the disc performs its role as a shock absorber very efficiently. , cracks develop in the annulus through which the fluid of the nucleus can escape.

2. body: The lateral edge has another 7 notches, which articulate with the first 7 costal cartilages. 3. xiphoid process (not always present) The ribs are elongated, flattened, and twisted bones. Each rib consists of a posterior end with three parts: head, neck and tubercle; a body; and an anterior end which articulates with the The first rib is the smallest. costal cartilage. It is flattened from top to bottom. The rib is curved in three different ways A. from above, the edge of the rib has the shape of a bucket handle B.

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