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sacrum and coccyx

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In what projection is the right SI joint shown on? AP Oblique LPO projection
If the patient is in the Posterior Oblique projection which SI joint will be shown? The farthest from the IR
Where does the central ray enter for the AP Axial projection of the coccyx? 2 inches superior to the pubis symphsis
Where does the central ray enter for the lateral sacrum? 3 1/2 inches posterior to the ASIS
What is the central ray angle for the AP Axial coccyx? 10 degrees caudad
Where does the central ray enter for an AP axial sacrum? 2 inches superior to the pubis symphsis
What is the central ray angle for the AP Axial projection of the SI joints? 30 degrees in men and 35 degrees in women both cephalad
How is the body rotated in the Oblique projection of the SI joints? 25 to 30 degrees
Where does the central ray enter for the AP Axial projection of the SI joints? 1 1/2 inches superior to the Pubic symphsis
What is the central ray angle for the AP Oblique projection of the SI joints? 0 degrees or perpendicular
For the AP Oblique projection of the SI joint where does the central ray enter? 1 inch medial to the elevated ASIS
What is the central ray angle of the AP Axial projection of the sacrum? 15 degrees cephalad
What is the central ray angle for the AP Axial projection of the coccyx? 10 degrees caudad
Where does the central ray enter on the projection of the lateral coccyx? 3 1/2 inches posterior to the ASIS and 2 inches inferior to the ASIS
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