GEORGE'S LINE AND THE SPINOLAMINAR LINE
 
   

George's Line and
the Spinolaminar Line

This section was compiled by Frank M. Painter, D.C.
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   Frankp@chiro.org
 
   

George's Line (or the Posterior Body Line) is a curved line that should touch the posterior body margin of all the segments of the spine in any of the 3 main curvatures.

This is preferrable to Ulman's Line for finding spondylo's.

You may also use the Spinolaminar Line as a 2 check to see if all vertebrae are on the same line. The space between these 2 lines is where the spinal cord resides.


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