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Fall Review

Procedures Review

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Where is the CR for AP/PA ribs above the diaphragm? T7 and over the side of interest between lateral side and MSP
What IR size is used for the AP/PA ribs below the diaphragm? 10x12 CW
What is the centering for AP axial sacrum? between the symphysis pubis and ASIS (2" below ASIS)
To include the lateral sacrum and coccyx on the same image what is the centering? 3-4" posterior ASIS & 1" down from ASIS
what is the breathing technique for lateral and AP axial sacrum? expiration
What is the angulation for the AP axial sacrum? 15 degrees cephalad
what is the centering for an AP proximal femur? femoral neck in profile; knee/lower limb rotated internally 15-20 degrees. Top of IR at ASIS. include both knee and hip joint.
Created by: mokapis