Sacrum/Coccyx and SI Jnts. Routine Views:. Sacrum/Coccyx AP axial Lateral. AP Axial Sacrum. Structures Shown. The entire sacrum free of superimposition. Good film:. The pubic bones should not overlap the sacrum No foreshortening (angle 15 degrees up) Good even contrast No rotation
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Auto Accident, rear-end collisionAuto Accident, vertical fall from a cliffChild birth (vaginal) deliveryDead-lifting of heavy weights or barbellsFall on the buttocks down the stairs or laddersFall on the buttocks during Cheerleading Stunts (Throw & catch or Pyramids) Fall on the buttocks during gymnastics on a balance beam Fall on the buttocks during ice skatingFall on the buttocks during roller blading or in-line skatingFall on the buttocks during roller skatingFall on the buttocks during skiingFall on the buttocks during snow boardingFall on the buttocks from a swingFall on the buttocks in a bath tubFall on the buttocks in a bathroomFall on the buttocks on a frozen sidewalkFall on the buttocks on a oily or greased floorFall on the buttocks while skate boardingHorseback riding or falling from a horseMartial Art accidental contact with buttocksProlonged sittingSexual intercourseSitting during PregnancySitting on a bicycle seat with gel paddingSitting on a broken car seat or office chairSitting on a thinly padded bicycle seatSitting on hard surfaces such as stadium bleachersSlip and fall on a hard slippery/wet tile floorSports injury, accidental kick in the buttocksStraddle injury on a fence top or tree limbWater slide drops and jumps
Same as AP axial for L-S spine Junction
**Always do both obliques for comparison