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Frontal radiograph of the thoracic spine with labels.

Frontal radiograph of the thoracic spine with labels.

The winking eye or winking owl sign refers to the appearances of the spine, when a pedicle is absent - almost always due to a bony metastasis. The usual appearance of the pedicles representing two eyes on the AP projection is lost, as one pedicle is destroyed - it then appears like one eye is open and the other is winking or shut. Breast cancer and lung cancer are the usual primary tumour culprits. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/the-winking-owl-sign

The winking eye or winking owl sign refers to the appearances of the spine, when a pedicle is absent - almost always due to a bony metastasis. The usual appearance of the pedicles representing two eyes on the AP projection is lost, as one pedicle is destroyed - it then appears like one eye is open and the other is winking or shut. Breast cancer and lung cancer are the usual primary tumour culprits. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/the-winking-owl-sign

Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton: Wrist -- Posteroterior (PA) View, Labelled

Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton: Wrist -- Posteroterior (PA) View, Labelled

Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton: Wrist -- Lateral View, Labelled

Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton: Wrist -- Lateral View, Labelled

Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton: Elbow -- Lateral View, Labelled

Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton: Elbow -- Lateral View, Labelled

Radiiographic Anatomy - Sacrum - AP

Radiiographic Anatomy - Sacrum - AP

BE w/ Air and Terminal Ileum from KU Radiographic Anatomy

BE w/ Air and Terminal Ileum from KU Radiographic Anatomy

Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Cervical Spine

Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Cervical Spine

Radiology Anatomy Images : X-Ray Anatomy

Radiology Anatomy Images : X-Ray Anatomy