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Image Review of spine Presented by R3 林至芃
Image Review of spine
Contents of epidural space: vessels, nerves, fat!nerves Free egress of solution injected
Image Review of spine
THICKNESS OF LIGAMENT(mm) Cervical 1.5–3.0 Thoracic 3.0–5.0 Lumbar 5.0–6.0b Caudal 2.0–6.0
Image Review of spine- C spine 30 male 38 female, myelography
Image Review of spine- C spine CT 30 male, C4-5 38 female, CT myelography
Image Review of spine- C spine MRI 23 female
Image Review of spine- T,L spine CT-myelography Filum terminale cauda equina
Image Review of spine- L spine CT L3 body, L3 root, fat! L3,4 disc L4,5 L5 root just left dural sac. L5,S1 dural sac 小 S1 root 明顯 L5 剛出洞
Image Review of spine- L spine HIVD R’t S1 radiculopathy. 61 female.49 male, CT myelography Dural sac compression
Image Review of spine - L spine HIVD 36 male 56 female. 34 male L5 root
Image Review of spine- Lumbar spondylosis 61 male, spur formation, L3,4 disc degeneration
Image Review of spine- Lumbar spondylosis Disc+ facet+ ligamentum => lumbar stenosis
Image Review of spine- Lumbar spondylosis Disc vacuum+ facet Facet subluxation
Image Review of spine- Lumbar spondylosis Pure ligamentum flavum hypertrophy
Image Review of spine- C spine HIVD
Image Review of spine- Cervical spondylosis 68 male, spur, C5-6-7 foramenal stenosis
Image Review of spine - Cervical spondylosis 78 male, R’t facet+spur => foramen 小 L’t facet, foramen ok! 63 male, C5, pure facet => foramen stenosis
Lower back pain =요통.
Canal stenosis. The canal and foramen are formed (Figure 1) by bony structures (vertebral body, facets, pedicles) as well as soft tissue structures (ligamentum.
Vertebral Column, Spinal Cord & Nerves George Salter, PH.D Dental and Optometry
الاربعاء Lec.10 أ. د. عبد الجبار الحبيطي. Is the second part of C.N.S which occupies the vertebral canal of the vertebral column. It starts as the continuity.
What are the indications for MRI & CT:
Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine Physician Name Physician Institution Date.
Lecture MRI Spine.
Spondylosis Dr.Shamekh M. El-Shamy. Spondylosis.
Degenerative Disease Dr. Sharifa AL-Duraibi.
RADIOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF THE VERTEBRAE Dr. Sajjad Hussain Consultant Radiologist KKUH Assistant Professor of Radiology KSU.
Anatomy of the Thoracolumbar Spine Physician Name Physician Institution Date.
Copyright © 2013 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Introduction to Sectional Anatomy, 3/e Chapter 3: Spine.
Spinal Cord and Meninges
Dr. SREEKANTH THOTA DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY Back. The back comprises the posterior aspect of the trunk, inferior to the neck and superior to the buttocks.
RADIOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF THE VERTEBRA
RADIOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF THE VERTEBRA Dr. Sajjad Hussain Consultant Radiologist KKUH Assistant Professor of Radiology KSU Dr. Sajjad Hussain Consultant.
Computer-aided diagnosis of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
Falx cerebri Superior sagittal sinus Straight sinus Crista galli of the ethmoid bone Pituitary gland Falx cerebelli Tentorium cerebelli.
Gross Anatomy: Spinal Cord and Meninges
Introduction to Spinal Anatomy n Spine made up from –7 cervical –12 thoracic –5 lumbar –5 fused sacral –4 fused rudimentary bones that form the coccyx.
VERTEBRAL COLUMN ANATOMY
RADIOLOGY OF SPINAL CORD September 2014 Presented by: MONERAH ALMOHIDEB.
Anatomy Jeopardy Tom Gest, PhD Division of Anatomical Sciences University of Michigan Medical School Cells & Tissues Sequence Review with.
Degenerative Disease of the Spine
Introduction to Neuroimaging University of Wisconsin–Madison
September 5 th – 8 th 2013 Nottingham Conference Centre, United Kingdom
بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم. Beginning: Beginning: At the foramen magnum as a continuation of At the foramen magnum as a continuation of the the Medulla.
Cervical Stenosis and Myelopathy. Normal Anatomy.
Cervical Radiculopathy. Normal Anatomy Cervical spinal nerves exit via the intervertebral foramen Intervertebral foramen is the gap between the facet.
BACK Spinal cord and Nervous system. BACK UNIT OVERVIEW Spinal cord & Nervous system review Meninges and CSF Vasculature Skeletal structures / joint surfaces.
Degenerative disease of Lumbar spine Sayun Sumethvanich M.D.
Anatomy of spinal anesthesia Dr. S. Parthasarathy MD., DA., DNB, MD (Acu), Dip. Diab. DCA, Dip. Software statistics- PhD ( physiology)
Pathophysiology Pathophysiology Decreased volume of spinal canal due to osteoarthritis of disc and facet joints. Less space available for neural elements.
AUTHORS: Y Kumar, K Hooda, D Hayashi, N Parikh, S Sharma, M Meszaros Yale New Haven Health System at Bridgeport Hospital Bridgeport, CT USA ASNR 2015 Abstract.
Cervical enlargement Cervical plexus Brachial plexus Phrenic nerve Medial cord Lateral cord Posterior cord.
Vertebral column anatomy
Questions Anatomy of the Epidural Space. What is the length of a standard epidural needle? 1.6 cm 2.7 cm 3.8 cm 4.9 cm.
Radiographic Anatomy RAD 242
The different types of patients with Sciatica from a lumbar disc Manoj Krishna. Spinal Surgeon
Lumbar Spine Surgery: Indications & Outcomes Nelson Saldua, LCDR, MC, USN Eric Harris, CDR, MC, USN Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
PowerPoint ® Lecture Slides prepared by Leslie Hendon University of Alabama, Birmingham C H A P T E R Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Part 4 7.
VERTEBRAL COLUMN DR N SATYANARAYANA. Vertebral column Made up of 33 vertebrae, forms the major part of axial skeleton Extends from skull to the pelvis.
The Central Nervous System: Part D
1 The NERVOUS SYSTEM Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves and meninges Dr. K V K
Cervical Spine C1C1. C2C2 Structures of C 1 Lateral Vertebral Foramen.
Chapter 8 Spinal Nerve Roots
Examination and Treatment of the Lumbar Spine William L. Tontz, Jr., MD.
Role of Imaging in Minimally Invasive Spine Interventions Abstract/Submission No: 2958 Authors: N Peri, R Rojas, J Nagda Beth Israel Deaconess Medical.
SPINAL NERVE ROOT COMPRESSION AND PERIPHERAL NERVE DISORDERS Group A – AHD Dr. Gary Greenberg.
Vertebral Column. Objectives Know the organization of the vertebrae and normal curvatures in the vertebral column. Identify the characteristic features.
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