Anatomical observations of the developmental and spondylotic cervical spinal canal in South African blacks and whites.

  • C Taitz
  • Published 1996 in Clinical anatomy
Cervical vertebral columns (214) of South African black and white cadaver populations were examined and measured to determine the mean midsagittal and transverse diameters of cervical vertebral foramina. Findings reveal that blacks have significantly narrower midsagittal and transverse diameters of their cervical vertebral foramina than do whites. The… CONTINUE READING