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Radiology - Spine


How many Main Sections are there within the Spine? 5
In the 5 main sections of the spine, how many bones are there? 26
There are ____ Cervical Vertebrae 7
There are ____ thoracic vertebrae 12
How many LUMBAR Vertebrae are there? 5
5 Fused vertebrae make up what 1 Sacrum
3-5 Fused Vertebrae make up _____ ? Coccyx
The cervical and the lumbar vertebrae have a ________Curve? Lordotic
The Thoracic vertebrae and sacrum have a ________ curve Kyphotic
The cervical and lumbar vertebrae have a LORDOTIC CURVE which means what? It bulges anterior
The thoracic vertebrae and the sacrum have a kyphotic curve, which means what? It bulges Posteriorly
Viewed from the side the spine has how many curves that arch anteriorly and posteriorly 4 Curves
The circular opening between the body and the vertebral arch is called a what? Vertebral Foramen
What is the spinous process called? Describe it Ridges of bone that can be easily felt under a persons skin
The Vertebra have 2 superior and 2 inferior articulating processes that project from the vertebral arch. TRUE
What does BIFID? The spinous processes of c2 and c6
C1 AKA: _____________ is a ring like vertebra that supports the skull that has no body and no spinous process. The Atlas
What is the entire vertabra called? C1
The C2 is called what? The Axis
The C2 has a projection called the _________? Adontoid
The cervical vertabrae are classified as ______________ bones? Irregular bones
The thoracic vertebrae are classified as ________ bones Irregular
Where does most of our weight rest? Lumbar Spine
The lumbar spine is classified as _________ bones? Irregular bones
The superior portion of the sacrum is called a what? The base
The inferior portion of the sacrum is called the what? APEX
How many sacral foramina are there in the sacrum? 8
T/F-The coccyx is a small triangular bone formed by the Infusion of 3-5 vertebrae TRUE
T/F - Each vertbrae has 2 superior and 2 inferior processes TRUE
The sacrum is classified as a ______________ bone? Irregular Bone
Which of the following features are unique to the cervical? 1 and 3
Which of the following describe the sacrum MULTIPLE CHOICE CHOOSE ALL 3
The intervertebral joints allow for what type of movement Gliding
The interpart is called what? Nucleous Purpose
The SI Joints are what type of movements Gliding
Which joint are located between the right and the left Zygapophyseal joints
An iferior projection of the temporal bone that corresponds to the level of C1 is called what? Mastoid Tip
The __________ of the ______ corresponds to the level of C7 Top of the shoulders
The inferior angle of the scapula corresoponds to what? T7
The opening of the ear canal is called what? EAM - External Acoustic Meatus - It is level aprox 1"to 2" superior to C1
The _________ is the angle of the mandable and corresponds to the level C3 Gonion
The ________ cartilage is part of the laryngeal cartilage located on the anterior neck Thyroid Cartilage
The _____________________ notch is superior border of the manubrium (top portion of the sternumn). It corresponds to to the level of intervertebral joint between the T2 and the T3 JUGLAR NOTCH
The ______ angle of the scapula corresponds to the level of T7 INFERIOR ANGLE
Where is the xiphoid process and what level does it correspond to. BOTTOM PORTION OF THE STERNUM and it Level of T10
The ____________ __________ corresponds to the level of the intervertebral joints between what level? Iliac Crest and the L4 and L5
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