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Old 09-23-2011, 06:53 PM
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Default What's a good "cheat sheet" of the spine?

Here's a wonderful PowerPoint showing images of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine -- complete with terms pointing out various structures:

radiology.med.sc.edu/m-1%20web%20intro%20spine.ppt

If you don't have PowerPoint, maybe I can PDF this and attach it here...
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I converted the presentation to a PDF file, so anyone can view it. Hope this helps. See attached.
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File Type: pdf Spine Imaging Modalities.pdf (1,011.2 KB, 149 views)
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