Espina dorsal in english

Espina dorsal en inglés

Para abordar esa cuestión, el aumento del personal civil será la espina dorsal de la aplicación exitosa de la Estrategia Nacional de Desarrollo del Afganistán porque se seguirán apoyando las prioridades nacionales de desarrollo y los programas
Para abordar esa cuestión, el aumento de personal civil será la espina dorsal de la aplicación exitosa de la Estrategia Nacional de Desarrollo de Afganistán, porque seguirá apoyando las prioridades nacionales de desarrollo y los programas en sectores clave. daccess-ods.un.org

Columna lumbar

Para abordar esa cuestión, el aumento del personal civil será la espina dorsal de la aplicación exitosa de la Estrategia Nacional de Desarrollo del Afganistán porque se seguirán apoyando las prioridades nacionales de desarrollo y los programas
Para abordar esa cuestión, el aumento de personal civil será la columna vertebral del éxito de la aplicación de la Estrategia Nacional de Desarrollo de Afganistán, porque seguirá apoyando las prioridades nacionales de desarrollo y los programas en sectores clave. daccess-ods.un.org

Deviated spine

The vertebral column (or spine) extends from the skull to the pelvis and is composed of 33 individual bones called vertebrae. The vertebrae are stacked one group on top of another in four regions:
The cervical spine is subdivided into two parts: the upper cervical region (C1 and C2) and the lower cervical region (C3 to C7). C1 is called the atlas and C2 is called the axis. The occiput (OC), also known as the occipital bone, is a flat bone that forms the back of the head.
The atlas is the first cervical vertebra and is therefore abbreviated C1. This vertebra supports the head. It has a different appearance than other vertebrae. The atlas is a bony ring formed by two lateral masses joined at the front and back by the anterior arch and the posterior arch.
The axis is the second cervical vertebra or C2. It is a blunt tooth-like process that projects upward. It is also known as the “tooth” or odontoid process. The tooth provides a type of pivot and collar that allows the head and atlas to rotate around it.

Dorsal spine

Representative drawing of the segments of the spine, left lateral view: cervical region (red); thoracic region (blue); lumbar region (yellow); sacro-axial region (green); coccyx (violet). Th#: dorsal vertebra. Os Sacrum: sacral bone. Coccyx: coccyx.Name and classificationLatin
The vertebral column, spine or the rachis is a complex articulated and resistant cartilaginous or bony structure, in the form of a longitudinal stem, which constitutes the posterior of the axial skeleton of vertebrate animals that protects the spinal cord.[1] In humans and other hominoids, the vertebral column is the spinal cord of the spinal cord.[1] In humans and other hominoids, the vertebral column is a complex cartilaginous or bony structure.
In humans and other hominoids, the vertebral column is a set of bones located (at its greatest extent) in the middle and posterior part of the trunk, and runs from the head (which it supports), through the neck and back, to the pelvis to which it gives support.[2] The vertebral column consists of two regions.
The vertebral column consists of two main regions in fish, trunk and caudal. In tetrapods, the cervical region related to the neck and the sacral region, related to the pelvic girdle, are added. In mammals, the truncal region is divided into thoracic and lumbar. [1]

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