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Special ViewsStructures Shown
Mortise Joint (Ankle) Ankle mortise joint on 3 sides
Calcaneus (Axial Proj - Plantodorsal) Axial view of calcaneus
Causton Method (Sesamoids) Sesamoid bones projected axiolaterally
Isherwood Method (Subtalar Jt) Anterior subtalar articular surface
Kite Method (Lateral) Fibula overlapping tibula
Kite Method (AP) Degree of adduction of forefoot; inversion of calcaneus
Clements Nakayama Method (Hip) Acetabulum, proximal femur, head, neck, trochanters
Danelius-Miller Method (Hip) Acetabulum, head, neck, trochanters of femur
Judet Method (Hip) Acetabur rim
Lauenstein and Hickey Methods (Hip) Lateral hip
Beclere Method (Knee) Intercondylar fossa and eminence, knee joint
Camp-Coventry Method (Knee) Intercondyloid fossa, intercondylar tubercles
Holmblad Method (Knee) Intercondylar fossa of femur, intercondylar tubercles
Hughston Method (Patella) Subluxation of patella
Kuchendorf Method (Patella) Oblique patella
Merchant Method (Patella) Patella-femoral joint
Settegast Method (Patella) Patella-femoral joint
Weight-Bearing Knee (AP) Knee joint spaces, varus and valgus deformities
Lewis & Holly Methods (Sesamoids) Tangential metatarsal heads and sesamoids
Modified Cleaves Method (Femoral neck) Femoral heads, necks, trochanteric areas
Original Cleaves Method (Femoral necks) Axiolateral femoral necks, heads, trochanteric areas
Bridgeman Method (Pelvis) Pelvic ring
Taylor Method (Pelvis) Superior/Inferior rami
Weight-Bearing COMPOSITE Method - Standing (Axial Proj) All bones in foot
Weight-bearing Method (AP Axial) Phalanges, metatarsals, distal tarsals
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