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Classes prep P H Fin

lungs will dip down (anat area)? costodiaphragmatic recess.
better to see entire esophagus (poss)? RAO
distortion where body part not parallel to IR and appears shorter. • Foreshortening
• Gaynor-Hart Method (tangential) degree of angle? Angle CR 25-30° towards palm of the hand.
• AP Oblique of wrist does what? separates the pisiform from adjacent carpal bones.
Complete flexion proj Orthopedic Surgens like? Jones method
largest bursae of the shoulder? the sub acromial bursae which are on top of the shoulder
Moving the arm 'internally' for the shoulder is refered to as the A)"", and B) why? A) True Lateral B) Epicondyles are perpendicular
True Lateral / Internal rotation we see? Greater tubercle is completely superimposed on the head of the humerus, and we see the lesser tubercle in profile pointing medially.
Created by: Eli-45