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Spinal Anatomy For Interventional Procedures
Positioning Guidelines Section 1 Pages 2021
affected level affected side anatomy anesthesia annulus AP contrast view AP view shows arms tucked axial C-Arm Position canal catheter caudal Cephalic cervical injections cervical spine chronic clinical contrast flow contrast view shows Costovertebral Joint diagnostic discography Dorsal Root Ganglion electrode epidural space Epiduroscopy facet joints fluoroscopic Image Intensifier implanted inferior Injection Patient Position Injection Prone injectionist inserted intervertebral disc intradiscal introducer needle Joint Injection L-Spine LAT view lateral lumbar spine midline needle depth Nerve Root Injection Neuromodulation Neurostimulation Objective/Location oblique open disc space open interlaminar space optimal Pain Management pain syndromes percutaneous physician pillow under abdomen posterior Procedural Images Prone with pillow Radiofrequency radiologic technologist Robert Wright Rotate sacral Scott Brandt Selective Nerve Root space at affected spinal cord stimulation Straight AP target technique thoracic spine Tilt Translaminar Injection vertebral body view shows contrast view shows dual view shows needle visualize wedge sponge Whichever direction zygapophyseal joint