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Cspine Positioning

positioning of the cspine (including special projections)

QuestionAnswer
AP axial -supine: 40" SID, erect: 40 or 72" SID
Lateral - Grandy method -72" SID
Hyperflexion lateral -everything the same as lateral
Hyperextension lateral -everything the same as lateral
AP atlas&axis (odontoid view) -supine or erect
AP axial oblique -ERECT/supine
PA axial oblique -same as AP axial
Ottonello/wagging jaw/chewing method -pt in AP projection
Twining Method -erect lateral shoot-thru of cervicalthoracic region
Pawlow method (recumbent lateral) -pts whole body in lateral position
Trauma projections -AP axial
Fuchs method - odontoid -mandible perp. to IR
Judd method - odontoid -pt prone (PA position)
swimmers view -arm closest to IR raised, other arm down
Created by: ashley916