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RT 131

scapula,clavicle, ac

the recommended SID for the bilateral Pearson method of the a-c articulation is: 72"
the clavicle articulates with: sternum
the coracoid process is located on the posterior scapula. False
the scapula notch is located __________ to the scapula spine superior
whole performing the PA projection of the clavicle, the CR is ___________ to the film perpendicular
central ray for the AP projection of the scapula is 2" inferior to the coracoid process
which basic projection of the shoulder requires that the humeral condyles be parallel to the cassette? external
the AP projection of the a-c joints is used to demonstrate: separation of the a-c joints
if the patients condition permits, which joint should be demonstrated with the patient in an upright position? acromioclavicular
while performing an AP projection of the a-c articulation (Bilateral Pearson Method) this position is done erect because: the a-c joint tends to reduce itself standing up
which two borders of the scapula unite to form the inferior angle? medial and lateral
what type of joint is a scapulohumeral? ball and socket
how much should the elbow be flexed for the lateral projection of the elbow? 90 degrees
on which border is the scapula notch located? superior
for the lateral projection of the scapula, the CR enters the __________ border medial
the internal oblique elbow demonstrates the: coronoid process
which breathing technique should be used to best improve the image contrast and reduce the necessary exposure in the transthoracic lateral projection of the humerus suspended full inspiration
the lateral oblique elbow demonstrates the: radial head
which two borders of the scapula unite to form the inferior angle medial and lateral
the scapula is what classification of bone? flat
when performing a lateral projection of the scapula with the patient positioned RPO or LPO approximately how much body rotation is necessary for the average patient 45-60 degrees
how many degrees and in which direction should the CR be directed for the PA axial projection of the clavicle? 20 degrees caudad
which of the following puts the humerus in a true lateral position? internal rotation
which border of the scapula extends from the superior angle to the inferior angle medial
the acromion process is located on which of the following bones scapula
the elbow is classified as what type of joint? diarthrodial
in an AP radiograph of the elbow, the humeral epicondyles are:: parallel with the film
what position would be used if there was an obvious fracture of the upper humerus transthoracic lateral
the AR projection of the shoulder in internal rotation will demonstrate a profile view of: lesser tuberosity
what are the views for a routine shoulder AP and external
the AP projection of the shoulder which will demonstrate the shoulder in true anatomic position: ap-external rotation
how must the patient's arm be positioned for a good AP projection of the humerus abducted
what is the name of the process that extends anteriorly from the scapula coracoid process
where is the anatomical neck of the humerus in relation to the surgical neck inferior
what type of joints is the shoulder joint ball and socket
what type of joint classification is the shoulder joint diathrodial
how many articulations does the humerus have 3
what will best demonstrate the greater tuberosity of the humerus external rotation
where should the central ray enter for an ap projection of the shoulder 1" inferior to the coracoid process
Created by: jhill106