Cut the spine out of the other side.
Each ventral fin has one spine and five rays.
“We had lost our way a little because we lost our local spine,” Moore said.
“When we sit, our pelvis naturally rotates backwards, and this causes the lumbar spine to flex.
Open up the bird and cut away the spine at the other side.
Each atom in the spine can be expanded to reveal more detailed information.
The human spine lets people stand and walk in an upright position, or posture.
In the spine the small synovial joints and the margins of the intervertebral disks…
Eventually, the spinal vertebrae fuse and the spine becomes locked in the deformed position.
Refuse to see a doctor even when you dislocate your spine crashing your Harley at a tire-burnout gender reveal.
The Brain and Spine Foundation offers information and support on all aspects of brain and spine disorders.
Side-sleepers, as well as those who sleep in any position, should look for a mattress that aligns the spine and offers good support.
Walters: When we look at the spine and spine pain, we don't recommend MRIs until the person's done, like, a six-week course of rehab.
Then turn the fish onto its back and work your fingers along the sides of the spine, from tail to head, to separate the spine from the flesh.
Deep Breathing: Inhale through your nose and feel the air moving all the way down the spine and exhale out the nose all the way back up the spine.
Sciatica is usually caused by a ruptured, or “slipped,” disk—one of the pads between the spinal vertebrae of the spine—that presses on the nerve’s root near the spine.
Spine morphology, as measured by spine head area, was not changed by overexpression of RalA and RalBP1 constructs (WT and mutants), or by NMDA treatment of the transfected neurons (Figure S4).
Examples include scoliosis, lordosis, and kyphosis, which are deviations from the normal spinal curvature; degenerative diseases, such as osteoarthritis and Baastrup disease (kissing spine syndrome); and tuberculosis of the spine (Pott disease), which is caused by infection of the vertebral column by Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Using a range of movement and props – industrial rope, screws, hooks, wire – to illustrate the impact of spinal fusion surgery to correct curvature of the spine for those affected by scoliosis, filmmaker Kate Morrison reveals that despite the invasive nature of the surgery, the spine is stronger and more beautiful through the process.
For this analysis, each spine was stimulated with four different spatiotemporal patterns of glutamate uncaging designed to mimic (1) normal synaptic activation of AMPARs and NMDARs on the spine head, (2) activation of only NMDARs on the spine head, (3) activation of only AMPARs on the neighboring dendrite, and (4) near simultaneous activation of spine head NMDARs and dendritic AMPARs.
- the series of vertebrae forming the axis of the skeleton and protecting the spinal cord
- any sharply pointed projection
- a small sharp-pointed tip resembling a spike on a stem or leaf
- the part of a book's cover that encloses the inner side of the book's pages and that faces outward when the book is shelved
Example: the title and author were printed on the spine of the book
- a sharp rigid animal process or appendage; as a porcupine quill or a ridge on a bone or a ray of a fish fin
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For this analysis each spine was stimulated with four different spatiotemporal patterns of glutamate uncaging designed to mimic 1 normal synaptic activation of AMPARs and NMDARs on the spine head 2 activation of only NMDARs on the spine head 3 activation of only AMPARs on the neighboring dendrite and 4 near simultaneous activation of spine head NMDARs and dendritic AMPARs