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1

What osseous modification is observed to the front of the anterior arch of C1?

Anterior Tubercle

2

What observed on the back of the anterior arch of C1?

The Fovea Dentis

3

What attaches behind the anterior arch of C1?

Lateral Mass

4

What is the name of the rounded elevation on the medial aspect of the lateral mass of C1?

Tubercle for the transverse atlantal ligament

5

What is identified in the midline at the back of the posterior arch of C1?

Posterior Tubercle

6

What superior surface modification of the posterior arch of C1 is present near the lateral mass?

Groove/sulcus for the vertebral artery

7

What superior surface modification is present near the posterior tubercle of the posterior arch of C1

The arcuate rim

8

What attaches to the arcuate rim o the posterior arch of atlas and to the superior articular process of the lateral mass of atlas?

A complete ponticulus posticus

9

Based on the amount of bony union between the superior articular process and the and the arcuate rim of C1 what structure will form?

An incomplete pontiulus posticus or a complete ponticulus posticus

10

What names are given to the opening formed by the ponticulus posticus?

Arcuate foramen or retroarticular canal

11

What is observed on the undersurface of the posterior arch of C1

The inferior vertebral notch

12

What is the name given to the anterior part of the transverse process of C1?

The costal element

13

What is the name given to the posterior part of the transverse process of C1?

The true transverse process

14

What is the distal most part of the transverse process of C1?

The posterior tubercle

15

What opening is identified in the transverse process of C1?

The transverse foramen