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1. Anatomical considerations during lumbar puncture. Lumbar puncture is performed with the patient in the lateral recumbent position. To avoid rotation of the vertebral column, align the patient’s shoulders and pelvis in a plane perpendicular to the bed. A line connecting the superior border of the posterior iliac crests intersects the L4 spinous process or the L4–L5 interspace. Insert the lumbar puncture needle in the midline of the L3–L4, L4–L5 (most commonly), or the L5–S1 interspace. These interspaces are below the end of the spinal cord, which terminates at the level of L1.
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