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Anatomy of the lumbar spine (CT scan)

Authors

Antoine Micheau, MD , Denis Hoa, MD

Published on

Tuesday 20 February 2018

Section

Spine

Anatomical parts

Anatomy of the lumbar spine (CT scan)

This anatomy module is dedicated to interns and students that wish to learn more about the anatomy of the lumbar spine in CT. It allows to differentiate the vertebrae, the nervous system, the intervertebral discs and the zygapophyseal joints. The images are available in the three planes, axial, sagittal, coronal and 3D reconstructions.

CT scan of lumbar spine

CT scan of lumbar spine

 

CT scan of lumbar spine

CT scan of lumbar spine : Axial

 

CT scan of lumbar spine

CT scan of lumbar spine : Sagittal

 

CT scan of lumbar spine

CT scan of lumbar spine : Coronal

 

CT scan of lumbar spine

CT scan of lumbar spine : Coronal

 

CT scan of lumbar spine

CT scan of lumbar spine : Axial

 

Bibliography:

  • Dauber Wolfgang. Fondé par Heinz Feneis. Pocket Atlas of Human Anatomy, 5th revised edition. Editeur :Thieme - Stuttgart / New York, 2005
  • Netter Franck H. Atlas d’anatomie humaine, troisième édition. Editeur : Icon learning Systems - Teterboro, New Jersey, 2004
  • Terminologia anatomica : international anatomical terminology by the Federation Committe on Anatomical Terminology (FCAT). Stuttgart : George Thiemme Verlag. ISBN-10 : 3-13-114361. ISBN -13 : 978-3-13-114361-7

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