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Foot and Ankle

Positioning of the foot and ankle

The recommended source image receptor distance(SID) for lower limb radiography is 40 inches. True or False True
To reduce scatter radiation during table top procedures, the Bulky tray should be positioned over the lower limb being radiographed. True or False False
With careful and close collimation, gonadal shielding does not have to be used during lowere limb radiography. True or False False
During digital radiography, lead masking should be placed on the regions of the imaging plate, not within the collimation field. True or Falseq True
A kV range between 50 and 70 should be used for film-screen lower limb radiography. True or Flase True
kV range for CR and digital radiography is typically lower as compared with film-screen ranges. True or False False
Created by: dawn2000