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Skull Positioning

Nasal Bones

What is the routine for nasal bones? Caldwell, Waters, Hard lateral, Soft Lateral
What is another name for the Waters nasal bones? parietoacantial
In this view the patient is placed prone with the chin resting on the table. OML forms a 37 degree angle to film. Waters
The CR in the _______ is angled 15 degrees caudal, exiting the nasion. Caldwell nasal bones
In the Waters nasal bones the CR is _______. Perpendicular and exiting the acantion
Describe the position for the Caldwell nasal bones. Patient is prone with forehead and nose touching table. OML perpendicular.
What is the difference between a hard and soft lateral nasal bones. hard is done with AEC while the soft is table top with a manual hand technique
Describe patients position for hard/soft lateral nasal bones. Patient is prone,supine pr cross-table, IPL perpendicular
What is demonstrated in the hard lateral nasal bones? frontonasal region
What is demonstrated in the soft lateral nasal bones? Soft tissue frontaonasal region, nasal bones, nasion and acanthion
Which side is done in the hard/soft lateral? only the affected side
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