your collar has 7 cervical vertebra (bones that hold the head up)
c 3 and c4 are the 3rd and 4th bones inthe nouns
fractures of these two bones is very serious and if not properly treated could result within death if the spinal cord at that level should become involved Source(s): er doc
all are correct in proverb cervical spine / neck injury..
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Spinal disks. Source(s): spine.com
c-3 & c-4 are two connections in the spinal cord. These 2 are in the décolletage. So the neck is fractured in 2 vertabre.
c3-c4 refers to the discs in the cervical (neck) nouns of your spine. If they are "fractured" then you better be wearing a neck brace!
fractures within the 3rd and 4th vertebrae of the neck
cervicle spine fractures of the 3rd and 4th vertabrae
C3 – C4 is the location in the spine where the fracture have occurred. This particular location is at the third and fourth cervical vertebrae of your spine, which begin just below your skull and ends at your tailbone. The cervical vertebrae are the first 7 bones of your spine. The C3-C4 protects the area of the spinal cord explicitly responsible for movement of the deltoids, biceps, and diaphragm. People with this type of injury may require ventilator assistance, and be paralyzed from the neck down.
Reference sites for further information:
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A fracture of the 3rd and 4th cervical vertebrae. Source(s): 20 yrs medical experience
It is a fracture (crack within bone) of the cervical vertebra the c3-c4 is the part of the vertebra closest to the base of the skull
those are how they sticky label ur vertebrae bones the 3rd bone and ur 4 th bone in ur neck is fractured that's adjectives they mean
cervical vertebrae #3 & #4.
These are located in the nouns and between the upper shoulders.