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Vertebral Column

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Where should the center of the IR be positioned for the "open mouth" AP projection of the atlas and axis second cervical vertebra
Which of the following lines must be perpendicular to the IR for the AP"open mouth" atlas and axis a line drawn for the lower edge of the upper incisors to the tip of the mastoid process
For which projection is the patient instructed to softly phonate "ah" during the exposure AP "open mouth" atlas and axis
Where is the CR directed for an "open mouth" AP projection of the atlas and axis perpendicular through the open mouth
The respiration phase for the "open mouth" AP projection of the atlas and axis is softly phonate "ah" during the exposure
Which of the following methods is used to demonstrate the dens within the foramen magnum Fuchs
Which of the following describes the Fuchs method AP, den
Where is the center of the IR positioned for the AP positioned for the AP projection of the dens, Fuchs method tip of the mastoid process
What is the CR angulation for the AP projection of the dens,Fuchs method 0 degrees
Which of the following is placed perpendicular to the tabletop for the AP axial cervical vertebrae a line drawn from the lower edge of the upper incisors to the tip of the mastoid process
Where is the IR centered for an AP axial c-spine fourth cervical vertebra
The CR angle for an AP axial cervical vertebrae is 15 to 20 degrees cephalad
How are small weights applied to the arms for the lateral projection of the c-spine affixed to the wrists
Where is the IR centered for a lateral c-spine fourth cervical vertebra
Where is the CR directed for a lateral c-spine fourth cervical vertebra
The SID for a lateral c-spine must be a minimum of how many inches 60 to 70 inches
The respiration phase for a lateral c-spine is full expiration
The Grandy method is a(n) lateral projection of the cervical vertebrae
Where is the CR centered for a hyperflexion or hyperextension lateral c-spine fourth cervical vertebra
The phase of respiration for a hyperflexion or hyperextension lateral c-spine is suspended respiration
Which projection of the c-spine will demonstrate the lower five zygapophyseal joints of the c-spine lateral, lateral in hyperflexion, and lateral in hyperextension
Where is the IR centered for a hyperflexion or hyperextension lateral projection of the c-spine 4th cervical vertebra
The intervertebral foramina of the c-spine are demonstated on which of the following projections AP axial oblique and PA axial oblique
How much is the body rotated for an AP axial oblique projection of the cervical intervertebral foramina 45 degrees
What is the CR angle for the AP axial oblique of the cervical intervertebral foramina 15 to 20 degrees
Which intervertebral foramina are demonstrated on an AP axial oblique projection of the cervical intervertebral foramina 4th cervical vertebra
What is the recommended SID for the AP axial oblique projection of the c-spine 60 to 72 inches
How much is the body rotated for a PA axial oblique projection of the cervical intervertebral foramina 45 degrees
Where is the CR directed for a PA axial oblique projection of the cervical intervertebral foramina 4th cervical vertebra
What is the CR angle for the PA axial oblique projection of the cervical intervertebral foramina 15 to 20 degrees
Which intervertebral foramina are demonstrated on the PA axial oblique projection of the c-spine those closest to IR
The respiration phase for the AP or PA axial oblique projection of the c-spine is suspended respiration
Which of the following methods uses a "chewing motion" of the mandible to demonstrated the c-spine in an AP projection Ottonello
Patients may arrive in the emergency department with trauma to the neck. Which projection of the c-spine is performed first, and then reviewed by physician before proceeding with other projection dorsal decubitus(cross-table) lateral
The recommended SID for dorsal decubitus(cross-table) lateral projection of the c-spine on a trauma patient is 60 to 72 inches
What is the CR angulation for an AP axial p[rojection of the c-spine on a trauma patient 15 to 20 degrees cephalad
Which CR angulation would be used to demonstrate the c-spine pillars and laminate for an AP axial projection on a trauma patient 20 to 30 degrees caudad
Which of the following methods is used to demonstrate the cervicothoracic region in the lateral projection swimmer's technique
The swimmer's technique demonstrates the cervicothoracic region in which projection lateral
The swimmer's technique lateral projection is performed to demonstrate the cervicothoracic region vertebrae
Where is the IR centered for the lateral projection of the cervicothoracic region (swimmer's technique) at the C7-T1 interspce
What is the CR angulation for the lateral projection of the cervicothoracic region (swimmer's technique)when the shoulder can be depressed 0 degrees
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