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What can be seen from the lumbar x-rays, do I need a stationary grid to take a lumbar spine?

Under normal circumstances, a waist X-ray film can show whether the lumbar disc is protruding or falling off. You can also look at the structure of the waist to help the doctor check whether the patient has a protrusion or shedding of the lumbar disc, and find the muscles in time to control them, so as to avoid long-term delays in the condition.
Do I need a stationary grid to photograph the lumbar spine? First of all, we need to know that the role of the stationary grid is to filter out the scattered rays, so that the final image that our doctor sees is clearer and better for the patient’s diagnosis.
As long as you make full use of additional equipment such as stationary grid, you can get a more ideal shooting effect. It can effectively absorb stray scattered rays and improve image contrast. However, it should be noted that because of the particularity of the material of the stationary grid itself, when shooting the lumbar spine, it is easy to damage the stationary grid due to the weight of the body. This should be paid attention to.

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