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pmi positioning

posit. shoulder girdle

what IR size is used for shoulder projections? 10 X 12
what is the CR entry for the various AP shoulder projections? perp. 1" inferior to coracoid
what is the CR entry for the "Y-view" shoulder? per. to the scapulohumeral joint (mid medial border)
what is the arm position in the "Y-view" shoulder? neutral
what is the CR angle for an AP axial clavilce? 15-30 degrees cephalad
what projections commonly make up a clavicle series? AP, AP axial.
CR entry AP scapula perp. mid scapula (approx. 2" inferior to coracoid)
CR entry lateral scapula perp. entering the mid medial border
what is the arm position for demonstrating the acromion and coracoid during a lateral scapula? bend the elbow 90 degrees, and place the arm postoeriorly
what is the arm position for demonstrating the scapular body during a lateral scapula? grasp the opposite shoulder or place forearm on head
Created by: annaluz87