The website of the Spinal Injury Network has a diagram of the human spine, with the different sections labeled. The spinal column is divided into five regions: cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral and coccygeal. More »

Label a diagram of a human skeleton by consulting previously labeled diagrams of the human skeleton at websites such as InnerBody.com, Hes.Ucsfd.org and EnchantedLearning.com. Find 2-D and 3-D interactive diagrams of the... More »

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The names of skeletal views, subsystems, bones and joints represent some important labels on a complete diagram of the skeletal system. The names of the type and parts of a bone, and its internal anatomy, are significant... More »

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Functions of the human spine include supporting the body's weight, facilitating movement and flexibility and protecting other structures in the vulnerable spinal cord from injury, including the brain and inner organs. Th... More »

Read a female body organ diagram by referring to labels and captions on the diagram, such as those provided by The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada on its website. You can also refer to accompanying ... More »

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They key components of the human spine are grouped into three regions: the cervical spine, thoracic spine and lumbar spine. The cervical spine is the spine's uppermost region, the thoracic spine is the midsection and the... More »

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Spine-health, InnerBody and Healthline provide pictures of the lumbar spine. Spine-health shows the lumbar spine with labels identifying the five lumbar vertebrae. InnerBody provides several views of the lumbar spine, wh... More »

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