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what structure passes through the transverse foramina of cervical vertebrae that would cause death if damaged?

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    It sounds like it's talking about the spinal cord. It's pretty obvious why a spinal cord injury could lead to death. Or maybe the vertebral arteries. They also pass through the foramina. An injury to these arteries could lead to massive blood loss, and death.

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