relating to the cervix, the opening into the uterus or womb
Having to do with the neck (cervical spine) or the cervix of the uterus.
Uppermost neck region of the spinal cord and vertebral column.
Of or referring to the neck. The cervical spine has 7 vertebrae, which allow head movement.
Any body part with reference to the neck, such as cervical vertebrae.
This term refers to the neck. The cervical spine is that part of the spine which supports the neck and is made up of cervical vertebrae.
Referring to structures within the neck.
of or relating to the cervix of the uterus; "cervical cancer"
cervix, neck), e.g., cervical artery.
This term describes the neck which is made up of seven vertebrae.
Referring to the neck. The cervical spine has seven vertebrae (C1 through C-7) which allow for head and neck movement.
The neck region where the vertebrae (bones of the spine) curve forward.
Pronunciation: (SER-vih-kul) Relating to the neck, or to the neck of any organ or structure. Cervical lymph nodes are located in the neck.
Neck. Related to the neck.
Of or relating to the neck.
the neck area. The cervical section of the spinal cord contains 8 nerve roots (C1-C8) which control neck movement, breathing and the shoulders, arms and wrists.
the vertebrae of the neck, consisting of 7 bones
spine – relating to the neck area.
The high-level nervous structure of the spinal cord responsible for controlling the neck muscles, diaphragm, shoulders, wrists, triceps and fingers.
The vertebrae of the neck, usually seven bones.
Relating to the neck or any part of the body that resembles a neck. In the context of reproduction, it refers to the neck of the uterus (the cervix) in the female.
(L. cervix, neck) Relating to the neck and to the "neck" of any structure (bone or soft tissue).
(L. cervix, neck). The nerves of the neck.
The upper spine (neck) area of the vertebral column. Cervical injuries often result in quadriplegia (tetraplegia).
term referring to the region of the neck
CERCLAGE is a procedure in which a stitch or two is put around the cervix to prevent its opening until removed when the pregnancy is to term.
Refers to the seven vertebrae that make up the neck.
the part of the spine in the neck region.
The neck region of the spine containing the first seven vertebrae, which curve forward.
The vertebrae of the neck, generally composed of 7 bones.
Relating to cervix = Latin for neck. Also used for other narrow body structures.
Pertaining to the neck.
The cervical spine is made up of the first seven vertebrae in the spine. It starts just below the skull and ends just above the thoracic spine. The cervical spine has a lordotic curve (a backward "C"-shape) - just like the lumbar spine. The cervical spine is much more mobile than both of the other spinal regions - think about all the directions and angles you can turn your neck.
Having to do with any kind of neck including the neck on which the head is perched and the neck of the uterus. The word "cervix" in Latin means "neck". That is why cervical vertebrae and cervical cancer involve quite disparate parts of the anatomy joined only by the meaning of the word "cervix". See the entire definition of Cervical
When discussing the spinal column, this refers to the region of the neck.
the upper part of the spine; the neck area
The uppermost portion of the spinal column, there are seven cervical vertebrae in the neck.
Referring to the neck, the top seven vertebrae of the spine.
having to do with the neck; the cervical vertebrae are the top seven bones in the spinal column supporting the neck and head.
relating to a neck, or cervix, in any sense.
Of or relating to a neck or cervix.
Relating to the bones of the neck or the neck of the womb.