Posterior median line

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Posterior median line
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Illustration of a human back.
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Posterior view of the thorax and shoulder girdle.
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Latin linea mediana posterior
Anatomical terminology

The posterior median line is a sagittal line on the posterior torso at the midline.

A similar term is "vertebral line", which defined by the spinous processes.[1] However, this term is not in Terminologia Anatomica.

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