L spine and etc… No running with Keys!. Ouch!. X-table lateral Skull. Routine films L-S spine. AP AP axial RPO & LPO Lateral Lateral sacrum/coccyx **Cone down view of L5-S1 **May not need to do if space is open on lateral films. AP L-Spine. Arrows demonstrating
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- The SI jnts should be equal distance from the
-Spinous processes in the center of spine
tissue(can you see the psoas muscle?)
1.Superior articular process.
3. Inferior articular process
4. Pars interarticularis
6. Lamina ( Scotty\'s body)
**Zygapophyseal joint is between one of Scotty’s feet and another Scotty’s ear they are also called facet joints or apophyseal joints
Left Lateral L-S Spine
Angle? B, The interiliac (IL) line is perpendicular, and the central ray (CR) is perpendicular. C, Typical lumbar spine curvature if pts has big hips. Angle the CR caudal and parallel to the IL. D, Typical lumbar spine position in a patient with big shoulders. The IL demonstrates that the CR must be angled cephalic to open the joint space
Big hips angle
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