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This page contains radiographic anatomy of the adult cervical spine

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Adult Cervical Spine - AP View

Radiographic Anatomy - Cervical Spine AP

Adult Cervical Spine - Lateral View

Radiographic Anatomy - Cervical Spine Lateral

Adult Cervical Spine - Swimmers View

Radiographic Anatomy - Cervical Spine Swimmers


Adult Cervical Spine - Odontoid View

Cervical Spine - Odontoid (Peg)

Adult Cervical Spine - Oblique View

Cervical Spine - Oblique

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esraaaaaa cervical radiography 1 Dec 1 2013, 7:00 PM EST by metal-fan-666
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in APcervical we see from c3 to c7 is this true ?
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mawrkawfy markers 1 Jun 11 2009, 2:25 PM EDT by daddyfurry
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One of my instructors always said to put your marker down by the bottom of your image because "there ain't nothin' there but shoulder."
Following this advice I have never placed a marker where it interfered with the anatomy of interest.
I hope this helps.
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Anonymous markers 2 Feb 20 2009, 5:26 AM EST by Anonymous
 
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where normally is the best spot to put your markers for a oblique c-spine?
Thanks
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