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What forms the bony thorax 12 thoracic vertebrae, 12 pairs of ribs and the sternum
What makes up the sternum manubrium, body, and xiphiod process(superior to inferior)
Ribs lie in oblique plane of the thorax how are the anterior ends placed to the posterior ends lower(inferior) 3 to 5 inches
What are the spaces between each rib called? intercostal spaces
Which joint articulates with the veterbrae Costovertebral joint and costotransverse joint
Which type of the body habitus will the diaphragm be highest level in the body hypersthenic
which type of body habitus will the diaphragm be at the lowest postion of the body hyposthenic
How much does the diaphragm move between expiration and inspiration 1 1/2 inches
What type of body habitus will the diaphragm move the least hyposthenic
Which of the following breathing technique is used to see the ribs at the level of the diaphragm 2deep inspirations or expiration and hold
What is the essential projection and body position for the sternum PA oblique and RAO
What projection on the sternum will demonstarte the sternum through the heart PA Oblique RAO
If the patient comes in on as a traumapatient whos is relatively supine what projection should be used to demonstrate the sternum AP projection LPO
How much body rotation for a PA oblique projection of the sternum 15 to 20 degrees
Where is the IR centered for an PA oblique projection of the sternum T7
What breathing technique can be used in a oblique projection of the sternum expiration or short shallow breathing technique
Central ray angle for a PA oblique projection of the sternum is 0 degrees or perpendicular
What SID is recommened for a lateral projection of the sternum for management of magnification 72 inches
If you are doing an upright lateral sternum where do what the patients hands to be locked behind their back
Respiration phase for the lateral projection of the sternum suspended deep inspiration
Central ray angle for a lateral sternum is 0 degrees or perpendicular
Where is the IR centered for the PA projection of the sternoclavicular joint T3
What is the head position for both PA sternoclavicular articulations rest patients head on the chin and adjust it so that the midsagittal plane is vertical
How is the head positioned for one sternoclavicular articulation turn the patients head to the affected side and rest the cheek on the table
respiration phase for the PA projection of the sternoclavicular articulations is suspended at the end of expiration
Central ray angle for the PA projection of the sternoclavicular articulations is 0 degrees or perpendicular
How much is the body rotated for a PA sternoclavicular articulations projection 10 to 15 degrees
What is the central ray angle for the PA oblique sternoclavicular articulation body rotation is what perpendicular
When performing the PA oblique sternoclavicular atriculation with body rotation techinque which of the joint will be demonstarted one closest to the IR
What body positions will project the left ribs clear of the heart LAO or RPO
Recommended position of the patient when doing the PA projection of the upper anterior ribs for optimal demonstration standing or upright seating
Where is the IR positioned in the PA projection of the upper ribs 1 1/2 inches above shoulders
Where should the patients hands be placed when doing a PA projection of the upper ribs on their hips with scapula rotated away for the rib cage
What is the respiration phase for the PA projection of the upper ribs Suspened full inspiration
Where is the IR placed in a AP projection of the ribs above the diaphragm lengthwise 1 1/2 inches above the upper border of the relaxed shoulders
Central ray projection of the PA projection of the ribs perpendicular
Respriation phase for the AP projection of the ribs below the diaphragm suspended at full expiration
What is the respiration phase for the AP projection for the ribs below the diaphragm suspended full expiration
Where is the bottom of the IR positioned for the lower ribs level of the iliac crest
AP or PA axial projection of the ribs how much is the body rotated 45 degrees
Which ribs asr demonstrated on an AP oblique projection ones closest to the IR
How long is the sternum 6 inches
What is the superior border of the manibrum called jugular notch
How many pairs of ribs are connected directed directly to the sternum 7 pairs
Where are the costal cartilages of the 8th-10th rib attached to to the costal cartilage of the 7th rib
What are the true ribs first 7 pair
what are the false ribs 8th - 12th rib
Why are the floating ribs called this because they are not connected to the sternum and are attached to the vertebrae (11th-12th rib)
What is the degree of the x-ray tube angle is needed to demonstrate the sternum at 30cm 12 degrees
What is the degree of the x-ray tube angle is needed to demonstrate the sternum at 15cm 22 degree
Recommended SID to blur to posterior ribs on a PA oblique projection of the sternum 30 SID
How is the IR positioned for the lateral sternum 101/2 inches above the jugular notch
What is the respiration phase for a PA oblique sternum for a more uniform density suspended breathing at end of suspended expiration
AP oblique projection of ribs where is the IR placed 1 1/2 above the upper border of shoulders
The jugular notch is part of what bone suspened at full expiration
Where is the level of the jugular notch between T2-T3
The ribs sre slanting how in the oblique plane anteriorly and interior so their anterior ends lies 3 to 5 inches
What are the spaces between the ribs called intercostal spaces
What type of joint is the costovertebral 1st-12th rib Synovial and gliding
What type of joint is the costochondrial 1st-10th rib cartilaginous and synchodroses
AP projection of bilateral of the ribs what is the IR size and placement crosswise and 35x43cm (14x17)
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