Computed tomography of the sacrum: 1. normal anatomy.

@article{Whelan1982ComputedTO,
  title={Computed tomography of the sacrum: 1. normal anatomy.},
  author={Margaret Anne Whelan and Richard Palmer Gold},
  journal={AJR. American journal of roentgenology},
  year={1982},
  volume={139 6},
  pages={1183-90}
}
The sacrum of a disarticulated pelvis was scanned with a Pfizer 0450 computed tomographic scanner using contiguous 5 mm sections to display the normal computed tomographic anatomy of the sacrum. These anatomic sections were then compared with normal sacrums. In analyzing the computed tomographic anatomy, emphasis was placed on the central canal and sacral foramina, in that these landmarks are important in determining not only the presence but also the type of pathology involving the sacrum.