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Anatomy of the Spine | Model
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Join us in this lecture where Professor Zach Murphy will be discussing the anatomy of the spine through the use of a model. The structures we discuss are the spinal dura mater, the arachnoid mater, pia mater, epidural space, dorsal root ganglion, and the horns of spinal cord and white columns.

Correction: There is only one layer of the SPINAL Dura Mater. This is different in comparison to the Dura Mater in the brain which has a two layers: an outer perisoteal layer and an inner meningeal layer. Another important note is that cell bodies are not myelinated, only axons are myelinated. Thanks!