Talk:Anterior tubercle of cervical vertebra

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Confusion[edit]

If I am not mistaken, the anterior tubercles occur on all the cervical vertebrae. But this article says they are on the anterior ring, which occurs only on the first cervical vertebra. Some revision or clarification is in order, to benefit us laymen. Thanks.

Solo Owl 20:57, 9 April 2013 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Eall Ân Ûle (talkcontribs)