neck and upper spine bones
There are seven vertebrae in the cervical or neck area of the spine.
(SER-vick-uhl)â€” The 7 vertebrae along the back of the neck.
Group of seven vertebrae located in the neck.
Seven small neck bones between the skull and thoracic vertebrae that support the head and allow it to move.
Cervical vertebrae are the seven bones making up the neck region of the backbone.
the vertebrae that make up the neck
The cervical bones form the neck. Many dinosaurs have small cervical ribs on their neck bones--a feature that rarely occurs in man. Neural Spine. Zygopophysis. Transverse Process. Centrum.
The vertebrae of the neck (7).
In vertebrates, cervical vertebrae (singular: vertebra) are those vertebrae immediately behind (caudal to) the skull.