How Many Vertebrae does a Human have?


A human being has a total of 33 vertebrae in their spinal column. There are 5 categories of them, coccyx, lumbar, thoracic, cervical and sacrum.
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The General Characteristics of a Vertebra
A typical vertebra consists of two essential parts—viz., an anterior segment, the body, and a posterior part, the vertebral or neural arch; these enclose a foramen, the vertebral foramen. The vertebral arch consists of a pair of pedicles and... More »
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