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Figure 1: (a) The patient in lateral position; curvilinear probe (2-6 MHz) just above and posterior to the iliac crest with the needle entering from the posterior to the anterior direction and its corresponding sonoanatomy (b). (c) Ultrasound probe position and needle entry for quadratus lumborum block of the opposite side and its corresponding sonoanatomy (d). QL – quadratus lumborum, PM – Psoas major, TP – Transverse process (L4), LA – Local anaesthetic.

Figure 1: (a) The patient in lateral position; curvilinear probe (2-6 MHz) just above and posterior to the iliac crest with the needle entering from the posterior to the anterior direction and its corresponding sonoanatomy (b). (c) Ultrasound probe position and needle entry for quadratus lumborum block of the opposite side and its corresponding sonoanatomy (d). QL – quadratus lumborum, PM – Psoas major, TP – Transverse process (L4), LA – Local anaesthetic.