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Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal
Periodical of Karnataka Chapter of Anatomists
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The Retro-articular Ring of Atlas and its Clinical Significance

B.R. Zambare, Bhaskar. B.Reddy.

Abstract
Fifty atlas vertebrae were examined for presence of retro vertebral artery ring (complete or incomplete). Out of these, two atlas vertebrae (4%) presented with complete ring and six atlas vertebrae (12%) with incomplete ring for vertebral artery. The present study is carried out with incidence of presence of the retro articular ring for vertebral artery in Western Maharashtra region. The clinical significance of ring formation is discussed with reference to vertebral artery formation in relation to vertebro-basilar insufficiency.

Key words: Atlas vertebra, vertebral artery, retro articular ring


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Zambare B, B.Reddy B. The Retro-articular Ring of Atlas and its Clinical Significance . Anatomica Karnataka. 2011; 5(2): 74-76.



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Zambare B, B.Reddy B. The Retro-articular Ring of Atlas and its Clinical Significance . Anatomica Karnataka. 2011; 5(2): 74-76.



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Zambare B, B.Reddy B. The Retro-articular Ring of Atlas and its Clinical Significance . Anatomica Karnataka. (2011), [cited July 31, 2014]; 5(2): 74-76.



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Zambare, B. & B.Reddy, B. (2011) The Retro-articular Ring of Atlas and its Clinical Significance . Anatomica Karnataka, 5 (2), 74-76.



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Zambare, B.R., and Bhaskar. B.Reddy. 2011. The Retro-articular Ring of Atlas and its Clinical Significance . Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal , 5 (2), 74-76.



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Zambare, B.R., and Bhaskar. B.Reddy. "The Retro-articular Ring of Atlas and its Clinical Significance ." Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal 5 (2011), 74-76.



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Zambare, B.R., and Bhaskar. B.Reddy. "The Retro-articular Ring of Atlas and its Clinical Significance ." Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal 5.2 (2011), 74-76. Print.



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Zambare, B. & B.Reddy, B. (2011) The Retro-articular Ring of Atlas and its Clinical Significance . Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal , 5 (2), 74-76.




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