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Figure 3: Patient positioning and surface landmarks for performing a percutaneous celiac plexus block via posterior approach. An isoceles triangle is formed by the lower borders of the twelfth ribs (7.5 cm from midline) to the T12-L1 vertebral body

Figure 3: Patient positioning and surface landmarks for performing a percutaneous celiac plexus block via posterior approach. An isoceles triangle is formed by the lower borders of the twelfth ribs (7.5 cm from midline) to the T12-L1 vertebral body