By Professor Dr. med. Josef Rickenbacher, Professor Dr. med. Alex M. Landolt, Professor Dr. med. Karl Theiler, Professor Dr. med. Heinrich Scheier, Professor Dr. med. Jean Siegfried, Professor Dr. med. Franz J. Wagenhäuser (auth.)
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Outgrowths of cartilage (periosteal chondromata) may narrow the pelvic inlet. Innervation. All the neighboring nerves supply sm all branches to the joint capsule. The ventral branches come from the sacral plexus. The inferior parts of the joint are supplied by a branch of the superior glute al nerve. Dorsally, the joint receives branches from the dorsal rami of S1 and S2. A sm all branch of the obturator nerve also appears to contribute. Variations. Bone formation is liable to occur in the ligamentous and muscular attachments, especially in older people.
Ligaments of the Spine Poslcrinr longilUdillal li tHl lllcnl The bodies as well as the processes of the vertebrae are connected by ligaments. a) The vertebral bodies are connected anteriorly and posteriorly by the very differently constituted anterior and posterior longitudinal ligaments. These counteract disruptive forces transmitted by the nuclei pulposi and so they tend to shorten the spine. a) The anterior longitudinal ligament (Fig. 43) is particu- larly broad in its caudal part, the lower end of which is inseparably uni ted with the periosteum of the sacrum and is continued on to the pelvic surface of the coccyx as the sacrococcygeal ligament.
That of the axis is usually only slightly bifid, as, but only exceptionally, may be that of C VI. In rare instances the spinous process of a cervical vertebra is wholly divided in two. The transverse processes in the cervical region are formed by their own dorsally lying anlagen and by the rudimentary costal anlagen. These two are separated by the foramen transversarium. The anlage for the transverse process provides the posterior tubercle, the costal anlage the anterior tubercle. The thoraeie transverse processes point obliquely backwards.
Applied Anatomy of the Back by Professor Dr. med. Josef Rickenbacher, Professor Dr. med. Alex M. Landolt, Professor Dr. med. Karl Theiler, Professor Dr. med. Heinrich Scheier, Professor Dr. med. Jean Siegfried, Professor Dr. med. Franz J. Wagenhäuser (auth.)