RADSCI 242 Unit 3

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    • A: Cervical
    • B: Thoracic
    • C: Lumbar
    • D: Sacrum
    • E: Coccyx
    • F: Lordotic Curve
    • G: Kyphotic Curve
    • H: Lordotic Curve
    • I: Kyphotic Curve
    • J: Cervical Curve (convex anteriorly)
    • K: Thoracic Curve (concave anteriorly)
    • L: Lumbar Curve (convex anteriorly)
    • M: Pelvic Curve (concave anteriorly)
    • N: Anterior
    • O: Lateral
    • A: Superior aspect of lumbar vertebra
    • B: Body
    • C: Pedicle
    • D: Transverse Process
    • E: Mammilary Process
    • F: Lamina
    • G: Spinous Process
    • H: Pars Interarticularis
    • I: Accessory Process
    • J: Superior Articular Process
    • K: Vertebral Foramen
    • A: Anterior aspect of sacrum and coccyx
    • B: Apex
    • C: Base
    • D: Apex
    • E: Pelvic Sacral Foramina
    • F: Sacral Promontory
    • G: Base
    • H: Sacrum
    • I: Coccyx
    • A: Lateral aspect of sacrum and coccyx
    • B: Coccygeal Cornu
    • C: Coccyx
    • D: Sacral Cornu
    • E: Sacrum
    • F: Articular Surface
    • G: Promontory
    • H: Base
    • I: Superior Articular Process
    • Position: AP Projection of the L (R) L-spine
    • Film: 14x17 longitudinal; KVP 75-80
    • Position of Pt.: Supine
    • Position of Part: knees of the Pt. are flexed w/ the plantar surface of the feet flat on the table to straighten out the lumbar spine, midsagittal plane is centered to the middle of the IR from L to R.
    • SID/CR: 40", vertical perpendicular to the middle of the IR aimed to the center of the midsagittal plane 2" above the iliac crest (varies to Pt. height).
    • BT: suspended expiration
    • Structures Shown: entire L-spine in a AP position
    • QP: SASS
    • Position: AP Oblique RPO (LPO) Projection of the L-spine
    • Film: 14x17 longitudinal; KVP 80
    • Position of Pt.: recumbent
    • Position of Part: from an AP position, rotate Pt. 45 degrees into an RPO position, the knee farthest from the IR (side up) is flexed so that the plantar surface is flat.
    • SID/CR: 40", vertical perpendicular midway b/w the midsagittal plane & lateral aspect of the side up, 2" above the iliac crest.
    • BT: suspended expiration
    • Structures Shown: entire L-spine in a RPO position
    • QP: visualization of the R zygapophyseal joints (side down) & visualization of Scottie Dogs.
    • Position: L (R) Lateral Projection of the L-spine
    • Film: 14x17 longitudinal; KVP 80
    • Position of Pt.: recumbent
    • Position of Part: Pt. is in a L lateral position w/ knees flexed to straighten spine & for stability, centered to the middle of the IR from L to R.
    • SID/CR: 40", vertical perpendicular to the middle of the IR aimed at the center of the L-spine 2" above the iliac crest.
    • BT: suspended expiration
    • Structures Shown: entire L-spine in a L lateral position
    • QP: visualization of both L & R intervertebral foramina & visualization of disc spaces.
    • Posistion: R (L) Lateral Projection of the L5-S1 Lumbosacral Junction (L5-S1 Spot)
    • Film: 8x10 longitudinal; KVP 80
    • Position of Pt.: Recumbent
    • Position of Part: Pt. is in a R lateral position, centered to the middle of the IR from L-R (palpate the greater trochanter & iliac crest, center is halway b/w).
    • SID: 40," 5 degrees (males)/ 5-8 degrees (females) caudal parallel to mid-coronal plane.
    • BT: suspended expiration
    • Structures Shown: L5-S1 lumbosacral junction in a R Lateral position
    • QP: visualization of the intervertebral foramina of L5-S1 junction & visualization of disc spaces.

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