vertebral notch

(redirected from Inferior vertebral notch)

ver·te·bral notch

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one of the two concavities above (superior) and below (inferior) the pedicle of a vertebra; the notches of two adjacent vertebrae (plus the intervertebral disc) form an intervertebral foramen.
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vertebral notch

A concavity on the inferior surface of the vertebral arch for transmission of a spinal nerve.
See also: notch
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(1) The superior and inferior concave portions of the pedicle (called the superior and inferior vertebral notches) form the intervertebral forainen in the articulated spine) The foramen allows for passage of spinal nerves and blood vessels.