But these young women all suffered a rare kind of stroke caused by a vertebral artery dissection, or VAD.
Orycteropus is peculiar among Edentates in that the ischia do not unite with the vertebral column.
He divides the vertebral columns into cervical, dorsal, and lumbar portions.
Four regions of the vertebral column can generally be recognised in Amphibia, viz.
What Christian experience wants is thread, a vertebral column, method.
The vertebral bodies also send prolongations dorsalwards between the sides of the spinal cord and the muscle-plates.
The vertebral centra are unossified, and the tail is strongly heterocercal.
From the first dorsal to the last lumbar the vertebral column forms a single curve, most pronounced in the lumbar region.
This vertebral column, as it is called, is distinctive of all vertebrates.
Pterodactyles show no resemblance to birds in this vertebral articulation.
vertebral ver·te·bral (vûr'tə-brəl, vər-tē'brəl)
Of, relating to, or of the nature of a vertebra.
Having or consisting of vertebrae.
Having a spinal column.