Lumbar

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Lumbar
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  1. Each sacroiliac joint opens obliquely posteriorly at an angle of _____.
    30°
  2. what is a
    Superiorarticular process
  3. what is b
    Transverse process
  4.  what is c
    body
  5. what is e
    "Inferior articular process" 
  6. what is f
    PARS interarticularis (part of lamina)
  7. What is a
    Promontory
  8. what is b
    Superior articular process
  9.  what is c
    Body
  10.  what is d
    Apex
  11.  what is e
    Pelvic (anterior) sacral foramina
  12.  what is f
    Ala
  13. WHAT IS A
    superior articular processes
  14.  WHAT IS J
    sacral canal
  15.  WHAT IS B
    Sacral promontory
  16.  WHAT IS C
    BACE
  17.  WHAT IS D
    Auricular surface (sacroiliac joint)
  18.  WHAT IS E
    Coccyx
  19.  WHAT IS F
    HORN
  20.  WHAT IS G
    Sacral horn
  21.  WHAT IS H
    Median sacral crest
  22.  WHAT IS I
    Median sacral crest
  23. The most distal portion of the vertebral column is the______.
    coccyx
  24. female patient is more likely to experience a fracture of the coccyx than a male patient.
    TRUE OR FALSE
    TRUE
  25.  WHAT IS A
    bASE
  26.  WHAT IS B
    APEX
  27.  WHAT IS C
    Formerly four separate segments
  28.  WHAT IS D
    TRANSVERSE PROCESS
  29.  WHAT IS A
    A. Right transverse process of L5
  30.  WHAT IS B
    B. Lower lateral portion of the body of L4
  31.  WHAT IS C
    C. Lower part of the spinous process of L4, as visualized on end
  32.  WHAT T IS D
    D. Right inferior articular process of L3
  33.  WHAT IS E
    E. Left superior articular process of L4F. L1-2 intervertebral disk space
  34.  WHAT IS A
    A. Body
  35.  WHAT IS B
    B. Inferior vertebral notch, or the floor of the pedicle making upthe upper portion of the rounded intervertebral foramen
  36.  WHAT IS C
    C. Area of the articulating facet of the inferior articular process (actual articular facet not shown on this lateral view); makesup the zygapophyseal joints when vertebrae are stacked
  37.  WHAT IS D
    D. Spinous process
  38.  WHAT IS E
    E. Superior articular process
  39.  WHAT IS F
    F. Pedicle
  40.  WHAT IS F
    F. Pedicle
  41.  WHAT IS A
    A. Body of L1
  42.  WHAT IS B
    B. Body of L3
  43.  WHAT IS C
    C. Intervertebral disk space between L4 and L5
  44.  WHAT IS D
    D. Body of L5
  45.  WHAT IS E
    E. Superimposed intervertebral foramina between L1 and L2
  46.  WHAT IS A
     Zygapophyseal joint
  47.  WHAT IS B
     Inferior articular process (leg)
  48.  WHAT IS C
    C. Neck of the dog, which is the pars interarticularis
  49.  WHAT IS D
    Pedicle (eye)
  50.  WHAT IS E
     transverse process
  51.  WHAT IS F
    superior articular processes
  52. WHAT IS A
    Last thoracic vertebra (T12)
  53.  WHAT IS B
    First lumbar vertebra (L1)
  54.  WHAT IS C
    Third lumbar vertebra (L3)
  55.  WHAT IS D
    Fifth lumbar vertebra (L5)
  56. amphiarthrodia joints.
    FREELY MOVABLE OR SLIGHTLY
    SLIGHTLY
  57. diarthrodial joints
    FREELY MOVABLE OR SLIGHTLY
    FREELY
  58. A 45° oblique is used for the general lumbar region, but if interest is specifically focused on L5-S1 area, rotation would be ______ about ____ from an AP or PA projection.
    INCREASED30°
  59. A 45° oblique is used for the general lumbar region, but if interest is specifically focused on L1 or L2, the degree of rotation should be _____ to at least ___
    increased50°

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