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Ch 10

Lumbar/Sacrum/Coccyx - Scotty dog

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What radiograph position of the lumbar spine shows an appearance of a Scotty dog? a good 45 degree oblique
What forms the nose of the Scotty dog? transverse process
What forms the eye of the Scotty dog? one pedicle seen on end
What forms the neck of the Scotty dog? pars interarticularis
What forms the front leg of the Scotty dog? one inferior articular process
What forms the pointed ear of the Scotty dog? one of the superior articular processes
What does the front leg and ear of the Scotty dog form? zygapophyseal joint
What positioning error will demonstrate the pedicle (eye of the Scotty dog) to appear more posteriorly on the vertebral body? overrotation
What positioning error will demonstrate the pedicle (eye of the Scotty dog) to appear more anteriorly on the vertebral body? underrotation
Where is the pedicle (eye of the Scotty dog) located on a correct 45 degree rotated oblique? near the center of the vertebral body on the radiographic image
Created by: Beverly Jo Miller-Cox Beverly Jo Miller-Cox on 2010-02-09



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