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Re: Anatomical terminology
'coccyx' is the five small bones at the caudal
(posterior) (Most distal)(way down there) end of
--- "T. Lepore" <email@example.com> wrote:
> >>> "David Marjanovic" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> 03/14/01 05:39PM >>>
> >In mammals, such as humans, vertebrae are grouped
> cervical (neck),
> >thoracic (chest), lumbar, sacral and... however
> fused remnant of
> the tail is >called;
> Brent wrote:
> >>>Isn't that the sacrum?
> I suppose it would be called the sacrum, or they
> be called sacra (?)...but for some reason the word
> 'coccyx' comes to mind. I'm not sure, though.
> be the coffee that's doing it :)
> -Tara Lepore
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