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Rad Pro 3

Week #3 Positions

QuestionAnswer
What are the routine views for L-spine? AP, Obl, Lat, and spot
What size cassette for AP? 14 x 17
What kV for AP? 80-92
What is special about pt positioning during the AP? flex their knees
Where is the CR for AP? iliac crest
What is the breathing instructions for all L-spine routines? expiration
What size cassette for an Obl and Lat? 11 x 14
What is the kV for an Oblique? 75-80
How much is the pt rotated for obl? 45 degrees
Where is the CR for an Obl? L3 (1 1/2 above iliac crest)
What is the kV for a Lat? 85-95
Where is your CR for Lat? lower costal margin
What additional items do u need when doing the Lat? lead mat
What size cassette for a spot? 8 x 10
How is the pt positioned during spot? true lat
If large hips (mainly just women) what and where is your angle? 5-8 degrees caudad
Where is the CR for spot? 1 1/2" inferior to iliac crest and 2" posterior to ASIS
True or False: Use a lead mat for a spot. True
What are the routine views for scoliosis series? AP or PA & LAT
What is the preferred size for scoli cassette? 14 x 36
What size do you use if a scoli cassette isnt available? 14 x 17
What kV for scoli series? 90-100
On a scoli series the lower margin of the IR is where? 1-2" below iliac crest
What are the breathing instructions for a scoli series? expiration
What is special about the AP or PA? You take two images one erect and one recumbent
When doing a LAT scoli place the cnvex curve towards or away from IR? towards
What size IR for AP axial Sacrum? 10 x 12
What is the kV for AP Sacrum? 80 or 92
Which way and for who do you angle the tube for AP sacrum? 15 degrees cepahalic for women
Where is the CR for AP sacrum? MSP between symphysis pubis and ASIS
If you do the alternate AP sacrum "prone" angle which way and what degrees? 15 degrees caudad
What are the breathing instructions for an AP sacrum? expiration
What size grid for AP coccyx? 10 x 12
What is the angle and direction of tube when performing AP coccyx? 10 degrees caudad
Where is the CR for an AP coccyx? 2" superior to symphysis pubis
Who do u shield for AP coccyx? males
If doing a AP coccyx prone angle which direction and how much? 10 degrees cephalic
On the LAT sacrum/coccyx what size grid do u use? 10 x 12
What is the kV for a LAT sacrum / coccyx? 90`
Where is the CR for a LAT sacrum/coccyx? 3-4" posterior to ASIS
What are the breathing instructions for all sacrum/ coccyx shots? expiration
What is the special to visualize L5-S1? AP axial L5-S1
What size grid for AP axial L5-S1? 8 x 10
What is the angle for males vs. females for AP axial L5-S1? 30 degrees males and 35 degrees females
Where is the CR for AP axial L5-S1? ASIS
What is the name of the special for scoli series? ferguson
Describe the ferguson shot? 2 images, AP or PA with a block under the foot of convex curve (outer curve)
Created by: miss4o7