Cervical,Thoracic,Lumbar

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Cervical,Thoracic,Lumbar
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2010-10-31 16:17:08
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  1. How many vertabrae are in cervical?
    7
  2. What are the most commonly done 2 views of the neck?
    AP & Lateral
  3. 5 view cervical would include:
    Both RT & LF obliques, AP, Lateral, open mouth
  4. C1 is also known as
    Atlas
  5. C2 is also known as
    Axis
  6. C1 has no
    body
  7. A trauma view of the neck is
    cross table lateral
  8. Another name for the twinning position:
    swimmers view
  9. Which vertabra are not shown well in AP cervical
    C1 & C2
  10. The breathing technique is used in which view
    Lateral T-spine
  11. The T1 & T2 can be shown best in what view
    swimmers view
  12. Lateral view
    side view
  13. C5 to T5 on a lateral view are seen in what view
    lateral swimmers view
  14. How many vertabra in the Thoracic spinea?
    12
  15. If a Patient hurts at T2 what views should be done?
    AP/Lateral/swimmers view
  16. AP lumbar centering is to what?
    crest ilium
  17. A RPO view of the neck shows
    Left faramin
  18. A RAO view of the neck shows
    foramin clostest to film
  19. where is a pivet joint found
    between C1 & C2

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