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elbow to hand eval

eval criteria for elbow and forearm projections

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evaluation criteria - AP forearm -wrist and distal humerus included -superimposed radial head, neck and tuberosity over proximal ulna -no elongation or foreshortening of epicondyles -partially open elbow joint -open radioulnar joint
evaluation criteria - lateral forearm -wrist and distal humerus included -superimposed distal radius and ulna -radial head superimposed over coranoid -radial tuberosity facing anteriorly -superimposed epicondyles -elbow flexed 90 degrees
evaluation criteria - AP elbow -radial head neck and tuberosity slightly superimposed over ulna -elbow joint open and centered -no rotation of epicondyles
evaluation criteria - lateral elbow -elbow joint open and centered -elbow flexed 90 degrees -superimposed epicondyles -radial tuberosity facing anterior -radial head slightly superimposing coranoid -olecranon seen in profile
evaluation criteria - AP oblique elbow (lateral rotation) -radial head neck and tuberosity free of superimposition -capitulum well demonstrated -open elbow joint
evaluation criteria - AP oblique elbow (medial rotation) -coronoid in profile -trochlea well demonstrated -ulna superimposed by radial head and neck -olecranon process seen in olecranon fossa
Created by: annaluz87