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Rad Postitioning

Lower Limb

The CR angle for a lateral a lateral projection of the ankle is? 0 degrees
When the knee is properly positioned for an AP projection, the patella will lie (which side central, medial, lateral?) Slightly medial
The inferior aspect of the foot is termed the________ surface? Plantar surface
How is the CR directed for the PA axial projection (Holmblad method) of the intercondylar fossa? Perpendicular to the lower leg
The name of the very small round bones located on the planter surface of the foot, typically beneath the first metatarsophalangeal joint, are the: Sesamoids
How many bones make up the lower leg? Two
The patient postion and CR method demostrated in the figure below is the? (CR is pointing at the back of the knee while raised at a 40* angle, pg 314) Camp Coventry method/intercondylar fossa
What must be rotated for all oblique projections of the ankle? Name at least one structure? (More general answer) Leg and foot
The largest and strongest tarsel bone is the?
What is the position of the femoral condyles when the leg is properly positioned for an AP projection?
Which projections of the foot will best demonstrate the structural status of the longitudinal arch?
To demonstrate the ankle mortise, the leg and foot should be rotated medially how many degrees?
Created by: kylebg