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Which line is placed nearly as parallel to the IR as possible for the SMV projection oft he zygomatic arches? IOML
At what level is the CR placed for the SMV projection of the zygomatic arches? 1 inch posterior to the outer canthi
For the tangential projection of the zygomatic arch, the top of the head is tilted how many degrees? 15 degrees away from the side examined
For the tangential projection of the zygomatic arches the head is positioned so the midsagittal plane is: 15 degrees toward the side being examined
A patient with a concave face presents difficulty in showing the right zygomatic arch during a submentovertex projection. In this case the radiographer's best choice is to: rotate the msp 15 degrees to IR and top of head 15 degrees away from affected side
Both zygomatic arches can be demonstrated in one projection for which projection? SMV and AP Axial
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