pedicle of vertebral arch

pediculus arcus vertebrae.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • pediculus arcus vertebrae — [TA] pedicle of vertebral arch: one of the paired parts of the vertebral arch that connect a lamina to the vertebral body; called also radix arcus vertebrae. Pediculus arcus vertebrae, shown in a superior view of the seventh thoracic vertebra …   Medical dictionary

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