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vertebral

 [ver´tĕ-bral]
of or pertaining to a vertebra.
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ver·te·bral

(ver'tĕ-brăl), Avoid the mispronunciation verte'bral.
Relating to a vertebra or the vertebrae.
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vertebral

(vûr′tə-brəl, vər-tē′brəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or of the nature of a vertebra.
2. Having or consisting of vertebrae.
3. Having a spinal column.

ver′te·bral·ly adv.
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ver·te·bral

(vĕr'tĕ-brăl)
Relating to a vertebra or the vertebrae.
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