See also: Back (homonymy), Dorsal
In Anatomy, in the animals Vertebrate S among which the human S, the back is the part of the consistent body in the Vertèbre S and the coasts. The dorsal ones were the muscles most requested by the monkeys (arboricol displacement), this is why they are still powerful and bulky muscles.
The human back is composed of seven (7) cervical vertebrae, twelve (12) thoracic vertebrae (or dorsals), five (5) lumbar vertebrae, five (5) sacral vertebrae and a tail. The vertebrae are separate from/to each other by a intervertebral Disque. The centers of the vertebrae are piled up, with the result that their arcs form a tube by which the Spinal-cord passes. Starting from the spinal-cord, nerves pass between the vertebrae, for innerver for example the legs and the arms.
Diseases of the back
- Stab in the back, an expression to indicate a perfidious treason
- Back, the pseudonym of Jason Reso, former all-in wrestler of the WWE currently with the TNA
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