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Vertebra Collection

"Unveiling the Backbone of Life: Exploring the Fascinating World of Vertebrae" A glimpse into history reveals a horse's skull

Background imageVertebra Collection: Horses skull

Horses skull, coloured X-ray

Background imageVertebra Collection: Diagram of the human brain and spinal column

Diagram of the human brain and spinal column
A diagram of the brain and spinal column, including the vertebrae

Background imageVertebra Collection: Liopleurodon vertebra

Liopleurodon vertebra
A fossil vertebra from the pliosaur, Liopleurodon. These were carnivorous marine reptiles that lived during the time of the dinosaurs. This specimen was discovered in Kimmeridge, Southern England

Background imageVertebra Collection: Person with a camera, X-ray

Person with a camera, X-ray
Person with a camera. Coloured, frontal X-ray of a person holding a camera (blue, left). The persons skull (centre) and neck bones (vertebrae, lower centre) can be seen

Background imageVertebra Collection: Neck vertebrae extended, X-ray

Neck vertebrae extended, X-ray
Bending of the neck. Coloured X-ray of a side view of the neck of a man showing extension of healthy cervical vertebrae (bones)

Background imageVertebra Collection: Coloured X-ray of lumbar vertebrae of the spine

Coloured X-ray of lumbar vertebrae of the spine
Lumbar spine. Coloured X-ray of four lumbar vertebrae of the human spine, seen in antero- posterior view. Five lumbar bones are found in the lower back

Background imageVertebra Collection: 3D rendering of an Ankylosaurus dinosaur skeleton

3D rendering of an Ankylosaurus dinosaur skeleton, side view. This armored dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era

Background imageVertebra Collection: Normal spine, X-ray

Normal spine, X-ray
Normal spine. Coloured profile X-ray showing bones of the spine (vertebrae, centre). The front of the body is at right. The ribs (upper right) and the pelvis (bottom) are also seen

Background imageVertebra Collection: Normal neck, X-ray

Normal neck, X-ray
Noraml neck. X-ray of the healthy cervical (neck) spine of a 29 year old male patient

Background imageVertebra Collection: 3D rendering of a Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur skeleton

3D rendering of a Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur skeleton. T-Rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs of the Cretaceous period

Background imageVertebra Collection: Nervous System 18th C

Nervous System 18th C
The nervous system of the spine and the front body according to Vieuffens Date: Circa 1760

Background imageVertebra Collection: Spine with workers, spine repair F007 / 9907

Spine with workers, spine repair F007 / 9907
Conceptual computer artwork depicting a spine being repaired

Background imageVertebra Collection: Neck, side view, coloured X-ray

Neck, side view, coloured X-ray
Neck from the side, coloured X-ray. The front of the body is at right. The spine runs down centre. It is made up of block-like bones called vertebrae

Background imageVertebra Collection: Slipped disc

Slipped disc. Spinal model demonstrating a slipped intervertebral disc. The slipped disc is the small bulge (red, centre), near the base of the spine

Background imageVertebra Collection: Neck pain, conceptual artwork

Neck pain, conceptual artwork

Background imageVertebra Collection: Normal torso, MRI scan

Normal torso, MRI scan
Normal torso, coloured profile (sagittal) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan. The front of the body is at left. The spinal bones (vertebrae)

Background imageVertebra Collection: Slipped intervertebral disc, artwork

Slipped intervertebral disc, artwork
Slipped intervertebral disc, computer artwork. Intervertebral discs (red) are pads of cartilage between the bones (vertebrae) of the spine

Background imageVertebra Collection: Mitsukuni and the Skeleton Specter (image 3 of 3), mid 1840s. Creator: Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Mitsukuni and the Skeleton Specter (image 3 of 3), mid 1840s. Creator: Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Mitsukuni and the Skeleton Specter (image 3 of 3), mid 1840s

Background imageVertebra Collection: Skeleton of a whale, between c1900 and c1930. Creator: Unknown

Skeleton of a whale, between c1900 and c1930. Creator: Unknown
Skeleton of a whale, between c1900 and c1930

Background imageVertebra Collection: Study of a Fowl Head and Neck, Lateral View, from A Comparative Anatomical Exposition of

Study of a Fowl Head and Neck, Lateral View, from A Comparative Anatomical Exposition of the Structure of the Human
XYC262893 Study of a Fowl Head and Neck, Lateral View, from A Comparative Anatomical Exposition of the Structure of the Human Body with that of a Tiger and a Common Fowl

Background imageVertebra Collection: Human skull, illustration

Human skull, illustration
Human skull, computer illustration

Background imageVertebra Collection: California Usa America American Death Valley

California Usa America American Death Valley
california, usa, america, american, death, valley, abandoned, cabin, shed, wood, wooden, makeshift, building, buildings, ramshackle, animal, skulls, skull, bone, bones, sand, springs, north, end

Background imageVertebra Collection: Ballet dancer, illustration

Ballet dancer, illustration
Anatomy of a dancer, computer illustration. A man in a ballet pose with highlighted skeleton showing skeletal activity in ballet dancing

Background imageVertebra Collection: Anatomy of a dancer, illustration

Anatomy of a dancer, illustration
Anatomy of a dancer, computer illustration. A human skeleton in a ballet pose showing skeletal activity in ballet dancing

Background imageVertebra Collection: Bones of Extinct Animals found at Charing-Cross (engraving)

Bones of Extinct Animals found at Charing-Cross (engraving)
1624163 Bones of Extinct Animals found at Charing-Cross (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bones of Extinct Animals found at Charing-Cross)

Background imageVertebra Collection: Medicine. Study of anatomy by Leonardo Da Vinci. 15th centur

Medicine. Study of anatomy by Leonardo Da Vinci. 15th centur
Study of anatomy by Leonardo Da Vinci. 15th century. Skeletal structure. National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci. Milan. Italy

Background imageVertebra Collection: Anterior cross section of spinal column revealing how vertebra fits round spinal cord

Anterior cross section of spinal column revealing how vertebra fits round spinal cord

Background imageVertebra Collection: Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur skeleton

Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur skeleton. T-Rex was an intimidating predator that lived in North America during the Cretaceous Period

Background imageVertebra Collection: Normal head and neck, MRI and 3D CT scans C016 / 6337

Normal head and neck, MRI and 3D CT scans C016 / 6337
Normal head. Coloured composite image of a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of the brain and a 3D computed tomography (CT) scan of the head and neck of a 35 year old patient

Background imageVertebra Collection: Chest bones

Chest bones. Historical artwork of the bones of the human chest. The breastbone (upper centre) at the front of the chest supports 12 pairs of ribs that circle the chest and connect to the backbone

Background imageVertebra Collection: Human torso, MRI scan

Human torso, MRI scan
Normal human torso, monochrome profile magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan. The front of the body is at left. The spinal bones (vertebrae) are seen running from the top of the chest (top)

Background imageVertebra Collection: Red deer skeleton

Red deer skeleton. Part of the skeleton of a red deer (Cervus elaphus), found in a wood near a ditch

Background imageVertebra Collection: Human skeleton anatomy, artwork

Human skeleton anatomy, artwork
Human skeleton anatomy, computer artwork. Three views of the bones of the human torso, seen from an oblique frontal view (left), from the side (centre) and from the front (right)

Background imageVertebra Collection: 3D rendering of a Velociraptor dinosaur skeleton

3D rendering of a Velociraptor dinosaur skeleton, side view

Background imageVertebra Collection: 3D rendering of a Diplodocus dinosaur skeleton

3D rendering of a Diplodocus dinosaur skeleton, side view. Diplodocus was a giant herbivorous dinosaur of the late Jurassic period

Background imageVertebra Collection: Spinosaurus dinosaur skeleton

Spinosaurus dinosaur skeleton on textured background

Background imageVertebra Collection: Fractured vertebra, X-ray C017 / 7586

Fractured vertebra, X-ray C017 / 7586
Fractured vertebra. X-ray of the lower spine of a 50 year old male with a fracture to the L1 lumbar vertebra (thord block from top)

Background imageVertebra Collection: Pelvic-femoral muscles, 1831 artwork

Pelvic-femoral muscles, 1831 artwork
Pelvic-femoral muscles, superficial layer. Part of the spine at top left. This anatomical artwork is plate 124 from volume 2 (1831) of Traite complet de l anatomie de l homme (1831-1854)

Background imageVertebra Collection: Tuberculosis of the spine, MRI scan

Tuberculosis of the spine, MRI scan
Tuberculosis of the spine. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of a sagittal section through the spine of a 74-year-old patient with tuberculosis (TB) of the spine, or Potts disease

Background imageVertebra Collection: Spondylolisthesis, 3D CT scan

Spondylolisthesis, 3D CT scan
Spondylolisthesis. Coloured 3D computed tomography (CT) scan of a section through the lumbar (lower back) spine of a 39-year-old patient with spondylolisthesis

Background imageVertebra Collection: Human head, 3D CT scan C016 / 6393

Human head, 3D CT scan C016 / 6393
Human head. Coloured 3D computed tomography (CT) scan of a profile view of a 30 year old patients head and neck

Background imageVertebra Collection: Neck muscles and nerves, artwork

Neck muscles and nerves, artwork
Neck and upper back muscles (pink) and nerves (yellow), computer artwork. The large opaque muscle covering most of the upper back is the trapezius

Background imageVertebra Collection: Australopithecus africanus pelvis, STS-14 C015 / 6919

Australopithecus africanus pelvis, STS-14 C015 / 6919
Australopithecus africanus pelvis (STS-14). This fossil specimen was discovered in 1947, in Sterkfontein, South Africa. The entire specimen consists of the pelvis, part of the vertebral column

Background imageVertebra Collection: Coccyx pain, artwork

Coccyx pain, artwork
Coccyx (tailbone) pain, computer artwork

Background imageVertebra Collection: Threskiornis aethiopicus, sacred ibis skeleton

Threskiornis aethiopicus, sacred ibis skeleton
Plate 52 from a paper published by Georges Cuvier in 1804

Background imageVertebra Collection: Torso bones

Torso bones. Computer artwork of the bones of the human torso. The backbone (running vertically down the centre) is a flexible column of 26 bones (vertebrae)

Background imageVertebra Collection: Normal lumbar spine, X-ray

Normal lumbar spine, X-ray
Normal lumbar spine. Coloured frontal X-ray showing bones of the lower (lumbar) spine (centre, purple). The bones of the spine (block-shaped) are called vertebrae

Background imageVertebra Collection: Bones of the human skeleton

Bones of the human skeleton
Bones of the skeleton. Artwork from Juan Valverde de Amuscos textbook Anatomia del Corpo Humano (Anatomy of the Human Body), published 1560. Fig. I is a view of the spine, from the left side. Figs



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"Unveiling the Backbone of Life: Exploring the Fascinating World of Vertebrae" A glimpse into history reveals a horse's skull, showcasing the intricate vertebrae that form its backbone. Delving deeper, a diagram illustrates the human brain and spinal column, highlighting how vital vertebrae are to our nervous system. With a camera in hand, an individual captures an X-ray image, unveiling the hidden secrets within vertebral structures. Journeying back in time, we encounter a Liopleurodon vertebra—a relic from prehistoric oceans—reminding us of ancient creatures' remarkable skeletal systems. Witnessing neck vertebrae extended through an X-ray image showcases their flexibility and adaptability for various movements. An artistically colored X-ray depicts lumbar vertebrae—the foundation of our spine—revealing their strength and interconnectedness. Examining a normal neck through an X-ray unveils its structural integrity—an essential component for supporting our head and facilitating movement. Immerse yourself in paleontological wonders with a 3D rendering of an Ankylosaurus dinosaur skeleton, emphasizing its robust vertebral framework. Peering inside another 3D rendering—this time featuring a Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur skeleton—we marvel at how these extinct giants relied on their powerful spines for survival. Unearthed from centuries past is an illustration depicting the nervous system as understood during the 18th century—a testament to humanity's evolving knowledge about vertebral significance over time. In modern times, workers collaborate to repair damaged spines—an inspiring reminder of medical advancements aimed at restoring mobility and quality of life for individuals facing spinal issues (Spine with workers; spine repair F007 / 9907).