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  • 8 cervical segments forming 8 pairs of cervical nerves (C1 spinal nerves exit the spinal column between the foramen magnum and the C1 vertebra; C2 nerves exit between the posterior arch of the C1 vertebra and the lamina of C2; C3–C8 spinal nerves pass through the IVF above their corresponding cervical vertebrae, with the exception of the C8 pair which exit between the C7 and T1 vertebrae)
  • 12 thoracic segments forming 12 pairs of thoracic nerves
  • 5 lumbar segments forming 5 pairs of lumbar nerves
  • 5 sacral segments forming 5 pairs of sacral nerves
  • 1 coccygeal segment (see below for image.)

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This is how the csf reaches the nerves: en . wikipedia . org/wiki/Spinal_cord#/media/File :Sobo_1909_616.png

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English: An anatomical illustration from the 1908 edition of Sobotta’s Anatomy Atlas
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The cauda equina (from Latin horse’s tail) is a bundle of spinal nerves and spinal nerve rootlets, consisting of the second through fifth lumbar nerve pairs, the first through fifth sacral nerve pairs, and the coccygeal nerve, all of which arise from the lumbar enlargement and the conus medullaris of the spinal cord. The cauda equina occupies the lumbar cistern, a subarachnoid space inferior to the conus medullaris. The nerves that compose the cauda equina innervate the pelvic organs and lower limbs to include motor innervation of the hipskneesanklesfeetinternal anal sphincter and external anal sphincter. In addition, the cauda equina extends to sensory innervation of the perineum and, partially, parasympathetic innervation of the bladder.[1]

csf produced in choroid plexus (another one says chloroid p.)

check, the central canal of the spinal cord = ependymal canal

— i cdn’t try this on a library machine: an interactive, flash animated diagram showing the circulation pattern of csf in the human brain; is produced in the chloroid plexus of each ventricle, and flows from lateral to third, to fourth, and then enters the cisterns and subarachnoid space, after which it is reabsorbed into the blood.

aka spinal foramen

says as you age it fills with epithelium debris

ck cauda equina

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Description Human caudal spinal cord – Anterior view

  1. Conus medullaris
  2. Filum terminale
  3. Cauda equina

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Description Lateral view of the vertebral column.

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   Cervical Spine
   Thoracic Spine
   Lumbar Spine
   Sacrum
   Coccyx

Deutsch: Wirbelsäule

   Halswirbelsäule
   Brustwirbelsäule
   Lendenwirbelsäule
   Kreuzbein
   Steißbein

Nederlands: wervels

   Halswervels
   Borstwerverls
   Lendenwervels
   heiligbeen
   Staartbeen

Español: Columna vertebral

   Vértebras cervicales
   Vértebras dorsales
   Vértebras lumbares
   Sacro
   Coxis
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