What position best demonstrates the intervertebral foramina of lumbar spine?
The posterior oblique positions of the lumbar spine will best demonstrate the zygapophyseal joints. Which of the following is the proper tube angle for an A.P. projection of the coccyx?
Which of the following projections of the lumbar spine will demonstrate the intervertebral foramina?
Final review Lumbar
|Which projection best demonstrates the intervertebral foramina of the lumbar spine||AP oblique|
|A lateral lumbar spine image should clearly demonstrate the||intervertebral foramina, spinous processes, and disk spaces|
What view best demonstrates a compression fracture of the lumbar spine?
Lateral view of the lumbar spine demonstrates a compression fracture (arrow). Because the patient’s pain was of recent onset, the fracture was considered to be acute. The loss of vertebral body height is less than 50%. The patient was considered to be a good candidate for treatment with vertebroplasty.
What structure is best visualized on a lumbar oblique projection?
The lumbar spine oblique view is used to visualize the articular facets and pars interarticularis of the lumbar spine.
What projection of the lumbar spine best demonstrates the Zygapophyseal joints?
|Term Which two vertebral curvatures are anteriorly concave?||Definition Thoracic and sacral(pelvic)|
|Term Which projection of the lumbar vertebral column best demonstrates zygapophyseal joints?||Definition AP oblique projection|
Why should the hips and knees be flexed for an AP projection of the lumbar spine?
Why should knees and hips be flexed for an AP projection of the lumbar spine? Opens the intervertebral disk space by reducing the normal lumbar curvature of the spine.
What specific spine anatomy is demonstrated on a lateral projection of the lumbar spine?
XR 105 Midterm
|what specific spine anatomy is demonstrated on a lateral projection of the L spine?||the intervertebral foramina|
|which supplemental projection of the L spine demonstrates the zygapophyseal joints CLOSEST to the film?||AP oblique|
How are the Zygapophyseal joints and intervertebral foramina demonstrated in the lumbar spine?
The 45-degree oblique position demonstrates the zygapophyseal joints of L1-4. … The thoracic intervertebral foramina, formed by the vertebral notches of the pedicles, are 90 degrees to the MSP. They are, therefore, well demonstrated in the lateral position.
Where is the central ray directed for a lateral projection of the lumbar spine?
|Term Which of the following describes the central ray centering point for the L5-S1 lateral projection?||Definition 2 inches posterior to the ASIS and 1 1/2 inches below the iliac crests|
|Term Where is the 14X17 inch (35X43 cm) central ray directed for a lateral lumbosacral spine||Definition Iliac crests|
Which projection of the lumbar spine displays the vertebrae in the form of a Scottie dog?
|Which projection of the lumbar spine displays the vertebrae in the form of a Scottie dog?||AP and PA oblique|
|What is the central ray angulation for an AP axial protection of the lumbosacral junction?||30-35 degrees cephalic|
|The central ray angular ion for a PA sacrum is ?||15 degrees caudal|
What is the central ray centering point for an AP oblique lumbar spine?
What is the central-ray centering point for an AP oblique lumbar spine? 2 inches medial to the elevated ASIS and 1 1/2 inches above the iliac crests. If the lumbar spine cannot be adjusted so it is horizontal for the lateral projection, the central ray should be angled: 5 degrees men, 8 degrees women – caudad.
What is the correct position of the Scottie dogs in the oblique position for lumbar spine exam?
Both sides should be examined for comparison. When the patient has been properly positioned in a 30°-45° oblique position, the articular process and facet joints have the appearance of “Scottie dogs.”
Which projection best demonstrates the right SI joint?
|which projection best demonstrates the right SI joint||AP oblique projection with the patient in the LPO position|
|which projection best demonstrates the left SI joint||AP oblique projection with the patient in the RPO position|