By Itai A. Bab, Carmit Hajbi-Yonissi, Yankel Gabet, Ralph Müller
The Micro-Tomographic Atlas of the Mouse Skeleton presents a distinct systematic description of all calcified parts of the mouse. It comprises approximately two hundred excessive answer, - and 3 dimensional m CT photos of the outside and interiors of all bones and joints. furthermore, the spatial courting of bones inside of complicated skeletal devices (e.g., cranium, thorax, pelvis, extremities) can also be defined. the pictures are followed via targeted explanatory textual content, therefore highlighting specific beneficial properties and newly pronounced constructions. With mice changing into a regular laboratory animal and the speedily expanding use of m CT expertise as a key analytical software in skeletal examine, the Atlas fulfils an rising desire for a accomplished connection with support either proficient and in-training researchers.
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2 mm and connects the neural canal with the extravertebral environment (Figs. 1, 2, 5, and 6). The two foramina are connected by a short canal that traverses in a ventro-dorsal direction within the transverse process (Fig. 6). 00 mm shallow concavity, comprises the rostral aspect of the transverse process, which articulates with the occipital condyle of the skull (Fig. 1). The lateral part of the caudal aspect of the transverse process consists of the articular facet for the axis (C2). It is also a shallow concavity, ~75 µm in ventro-dorsal and 25 µm in latero-medial dimension, which articulates with the transverse process of the axis (Fig.
16). 33 mm in a ventro-caudal direction. At its tip it bends medio-caudally to form the ~80 µm long lenticular process that articulates with the head of the stapes (Figs. 15 and 17). The stapes head is button-shaped, ~160 µm in diameter and ~60 µm in the latero-medial dimension. 44 mm directly from the head in a general medial direction, thus forming 26 PART A, SECTION I, CHAPTER 1 a symmetrical arch (Fig. 15). Their medial ends are fused with the base of stapes, a plate-like structure that fits closely into the oval window of the vestibule.
28). The tubercle, which is almost entirely devoid of trabecular bone (Fig. 32), serves for insertion of the longus colli muscle. Figure 33 demonstrates the relationship between C5, C6, and C7. Each two vertebrae form three joints: two ventro-lateral joints between the postzygapophysis of the rostral vertebra and prezygapophysis of the caudal vertebra and a third joint between the bodies of adjacent vertebrae which are separated by the intervertebral disc. CERVICAL VERTEBRAE 45 Figure 4. Ventral view of mouse atlas.