Spine Radiologic Anatomy

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ARASH OWCHI TABRIZ MEDICAL UNIVERSITY m.a.owchi@gmail.com

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Cervical Spine Front View

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Cervical Spine Side View

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Cervical Spine Back View

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Thoracic Spine Front View

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Thoracic Spine Side View

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Thoracic Spine Back View

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Lumbar Spine Front View

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Lumbar Spine Side View

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Lumbar Spine Back View

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Lumbar vertebral body – axial view

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Vertebral alignment Body heights Disk spaces Pre-cervical soft tissues

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SPECIMEN RADIOGRAPH L4 SPINE FROM THE FRONT

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Lateral Lumbar Spine

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CT Teaching Manual (SPINE)

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Thoracic Spine

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Lumbar Spine Osteophyte

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Applied Radiological Anatomy for Medical Students

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Axial CT at the level of L3/4 intervertebral (a) soft tissue (B) bone windows.

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Axial CT myelogram (a) Cervical spine (b) Lumbar spine

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sagittal MRI of vertebral column. T1W T2W

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Fig. 11.6. The ligaments of the vertebral column, (a) lateral view, (b) vertebral bodies viewed from behind. (a) lateral view

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(b) Vertebral bodies viewed from behind.

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Fig. 11.8. Coronal CT reformat, the craniovertebral junction.

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Fig. 11.9. Cervical spine radiographs: (a) anteroposterior, (b) per oral, (c) lateralviews.

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B

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Fig. 11.10. The craniovertebral ligaments viewed insagittal section.

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Cervical vertebra.

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Thoracic spine radiographs: (a) anteroposterior, (b) lateral views.

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Axial CT myelogram, thoracic spine

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Fig. 11.14. Lumbar spine radiographs: (a) anteroposterior, (b) lateral views.

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Fig. 11.15. Lumbar spine radiograph, oblique projection.

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Fig. 11.16. T1W axial MRI, lumbar vertebra

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Fig. 11.17. GRE axial MRI, cervical spine. Note that this sequence (gradient recalled echo) demonstrates gray matter within the spinal cord.

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T2W axial MRI, Thoracic spine.

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Fig. 11.19. T2W sagittal MRI, lumbar spine showing the cauda equina.

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T1W axial image, lumbar vertebra.

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Lumbar vertebral body

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Facet Joints Axial View

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Facet Joints Sagittal Reconstructions

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CT Lumbar Spine Sagittal Reconstructions

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MRI Cervical Spine – Side View

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MRI Cervical Spine – Axial view

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MRI: Intervertebral Disc

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Neural Foramen

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Neural Foramina - Cervical Spine

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Cauda Equina- MRI Myelogram

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Spinal Ligament

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Fracture of C7 vertebral body

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1. Spinal cord; 2. conus medullaris; 3. anterior longitudinal ligament; 4. ligamentum flavum; 5. posterior epidural fat space; 6. anterior epidural fat space; T1-weighted fast spin echo

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7. intranuclear cleft; 8. basivertebral vein; 9. annulus fibrosus; 10. nucleus pulposus. T2-weighted inversion recovery image

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Axial T1-weighted fast spin echo images through the L4 vertebra corpus 1.Anterior longitudinal ligament; 2. psoas muscle; 3. nerve root; 4. epidural veins; 5. lamina; 6. cauda equina; 7. nerve exiting through neural foramen; 8. facet joint; 9. epidural fat; 10. spinous process; 11. inferior articular process; 12. superior articular process.

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Axial T1-weighted fast spin echo images through the L4 vertebra corpus 1.Anterior longitudinal ligament; 2. psoas muscle; 3. nerve root; 4. epidural veins; 5. lamina; 6. cauda equina; 7. nerve exiting through neural foramen; 8. facet joint; 9. epidural fat; 10. spinous process; 11. inferior articular process; 12. superior articular process.

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Axial T1-weighted fast spin echo images through the L4-L5 disk 1.Anterior longitudinal ligament; 2. psoas muscle; 3. nerve root; 4. epidural veins; 5. lamina; 6. cauda equina; 7. nerve exiting through neural foramen; 8. facet joint; 9. epidural fat; 10. spinous process; 11. inferior articular process; 12. superior articular process.

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Axial T1-weighted fast spin echo images through the L4-L5 disk 7. nerve exiting through neural foramen; 8. facet joint; 9. epidural fat; 10. spinous process; 11. inferior articular process; 12. superior articular process.

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