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Lower Limbs

Toes, foot, and lower leg

What are the routine views for toe 1.AP(entire foot) 2.Oblique 3.Lateral
What are the routine views for foot 1.AP 2.Oblique 3.Lateral
What are the routine views for ankle 1.AP 2.Oblique(Mortise preferred) 3.Lateral
What are the routine views for calcaneus 1.Plantodorsal/dorsoplantar 2. Lateral
What are the routine view for lower leg(Tib-Fib) 1.AP 2.Lateral
What are the routine views for sesamoids 1.Holly 2.Lewis
What are the routine views for weight bearing feet 1.AP of both feet on one image 2.Lateral of each foot, separately
What are the dressing instruction for heel,foot,ankle,toes Remove socks and shoes and any jewelry i.e.anklets,toe rings
What are the dressing instruction for lower leg Remove sock and shoes and roll up pant leg to the knee. If unable to roll pant leg up remove pants and give a gown
What should all long bone imaging include Must include both ends of limb
What is the position for AP toes 1.Supine/seated on table with knees flexed, plantar surface of foot resting on IR 2.From AP position,rotate lower leg & foot 30-45 degrees
How far does the Tibial Plateu slope back 10-20 degrees
For the TIB/FIB projection for both AP and LAT,what should you try to do when taking the x-ray Try to include both end of the joints for both projections
How far above the joint is the patella located Patella is located 1/2 inch above the joint
Which one of the condyle extends lower than the the other The medial condyle extends lower than the lateral
What are the ligaments found in the knee 1.Posterior and Anterior cruciate 2.Fibular collateral 3.Tibial collateral 4. Lateral and Medial meniscus 5.Busa and articular capsule
For the projection of the knee,what do you do to the leg to make sure you get a true AP Rotate the leg till the condylar lines are parallel to IR
Where is the CR for knee projections 1/2 inch below the apex of patella
For knee projection,do you angle the tube It depends. But you angle the 5-7 degrees cephalic is needed
When would you angle the tube for a knee x-ray If the patient have a big butt,angle the tube 5-7 degrees. If not do not angle
For an oblique knee projection,how much do you rotate the leg and which way Roatate the leg 45 degrees medially
What do you see in a medial oblique view of the knee Proximal tibiobular joints open and fibula is superimposed
For a lateral knee how much do you flex the leg 20-30 degrees flex
For the camp convetry method for tunnel(prone) how much do you flex the leg Flex the 40 degrees
For the Hughston Method for a sunrise (prone) how much do you flex the knee? Where is the CR Flex 40 degrees and CR at mid patella
Created by: dawn2000