The transverse or costal processes of a vertebra, two in number, project one at either side from the point where the lamina joins the pedicle, between the superior and inferior articular processes. They serve for the attachment of muscles and ligaments. [WP,unvetted]. [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transverse_process ]

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definition
  • The transverse or costal processes of a vertebra, two in number, project one at either side from the point where the lamina joins the pedicle, between the superior and inferior articular processes. They serve for the attachment of muscles and ligaments. [WP,unvetted].
depicted by
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a1/Processustransversusvertebrae.PNG
external definition
  • Projections on each side of the vertebra from the point where the neural arch lamina joins the pedicel for the articulation with the head of a single-headed rib or the upper head of a double-headed rib. Also called diapophyses. They provide surfaces for the attachment of muscles. In anurans, the term transverse process is used in reference to the processes associated with the presacral and postsacral vertebrae.
has exact synonym
  • processus transversus
  • transverse process
  • processus transversus vertebrae
  • vertebra transverse process
has related synonym
  • diapophyses
  • diapophysis
id
  • UBERON:0001077