intervertebral

[in-ter-vur-tuh-bruhl]
adjective Anatomy.
situated between the vertebrae.

Origin:
1775–85; inter- + vertebral

intervertebrally, adverb
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intervertebral in·ter·ver·te·bral (ĭn'tər-vûr'tə-brəl, -vûr-tē'-)
adj.
Located between vertebrae.

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Vertebrae in the spinal column are separated from each other by small cushions of cartilage known as intervertebral disks.
The fifth and sixth cervical unite soon after their exit from the intervertebral foramina to form a trunk.
Displacement, cervical intervertebral disc without myelopathy.
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