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Imaging Procedures

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What view of the elbow demonstrates the radial head, neck, and tuberosity free of superimposition? Oblique; external rotation (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 110)
Which view of the elbow demonstrates the coronoid process in profile? Oblique; internal rotation (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 110)
Which view of the shoulder demonstrates the greater tubercle in profile? External rotation (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 111)
Which view of the shoulder demonstrates the lesser tubercle in profile? Internal rotation (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 111)
Which view of the foot best demonstrates the base of the fifth metatarsal? Medial Oblique (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 124)
Why would you do a weight bearing lateral foot? To demonstrate the status of the plantar arches (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 124)
How much is the CR angled for AP toes? 10 degrees towards the foot (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 126)
What is the angle o the CR of an AP axial calcaneus projection? 40 degrees caudally (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 126)
If a patient has a measurement of 18 cm, what angle do you put on the CR for an AP knee? 5 degrees caudal (Radiography Prep Book, pg. 129)
If a patient has a measurement of 20 cm, what angle do you put on the CR for an AP knee? perpendicular CR (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 129)
If a patient has a measurement of 25 cm, what angle do you put on the CR for an AP knee? 5 degrees cephalic (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 129)
What position is the patient in for a Camp Coventry projection? recumbent, laying on their stomach (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 129)
What is the CR for a Camp Coventry projection? 40 degrees caudal to the knee joint (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 129)
What position is the patient in for a Beclere projection of the knee? AP with knee flexed 20 degrees (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 129)
What is the CR for the Beclere projection of the knee? cephalic angle to the knee joint (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 129)
What type of view is the Settegast method for a patella view? Tangential (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg.130)
Should you perform the Settegast method if a known patellar fracture is suspected? NO (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 130)
What position is the patient in for a Hughston view? Prone w/ knee flexed 55 degrees (Lange Radiography Prep book, pg. 130)
What is the CR for a Hughston view? CR angled to the femoropatellar joint (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 130)
What projection of the hip demonstrates the greater trochanter in profile? AP Hip (Lange Radiography Prep Book. pg. 131)
What projection of the hip demonstrates the lesser trochanter in profile? Lateral frog-leg (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 131)
What is another name for a cross table lateral hip? Danelius Miller (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 131)
What is the CR for a clements-nakayama projection? CR 15-20 degrees posterior (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 131)
What does the Clements-Nakayama projection demonstrate? lateral oblique of the proximal femur (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 131)
For a Judet view, if you are x-raying the side down, which way does the CR go? 2" medial and distal to the downside ASIS (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 131)
For a Judet view, if you are x-raying the side up, which way does the CR go? 2" distal to the upside ASIS (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 131)
For an AP Pelvis- Outlet view, which was does the CR go? 20-35 degrees cephalic for men; 30-45 degrees for women, at pubic symphysis (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 132)
For an AP Pelvis- Inlet view, which was does the CR go? 40 degrees caudal midway between ASISs (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 132)
What is the angle for AP SI joints? 30-35 degrees cephalic (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 133)
Which was do you move the tube when do LPO/RPO views of SI joints? side-up and 1" medial to ASIS (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 133)
Which was do you move the tube when do LAO/RAO views of the SI joints? side-down and 1" medial to ASIS (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 133)
What is the angle for an AP cervical spine? 15-20 degrees cephalic (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 142)
How many degrees is the patient angled for oblique spines? 45 degreed (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 142)
If you do oblique cervical spine views in an RPO/LPO, which intervertebrals do you view? ones farthest from the IR (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 142)
what part of the Scotty dog is the ear? Superior articular process (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 147)
what part of the scotty dog is the nose? transverse process (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 147)
what part of the scotty dog is the eye? pedicle (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 147)
what part of the scotty dog is the neck? pars interarticularis (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 147)
what part of the scotty dog is the body? lamina (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 147)
what part of the scotty dog is the leg? inferior articular process (Lange radiography prep Book, pg. 147)
What CR angle is used for an AP sacrum? 15-25 degrees cephalic (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 148)
What angle is used for an AP coccyx? 10-20 degrees caudal (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 150)
What is the angle of the patient for a RAO sternum? 15-20 degrees in an RAO position (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 151)
What side is seen on LAO/RAO projections of the SC joints & how much rotation does the patient roll? down side, rotated 15 degrees down (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 151)
RAO ribs show which ribs? left ribs (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 153)
LAO ribs show which ribs? right ribs (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 153)
LPO ribs show which ribs? left (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 153)
RPO ribs show which ribs? right (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 153)
What type of respiration is used for above diaphragm ribs? inspiration (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 153)
What type of respiration is used for below diaphragm ribs? expiration (Lange Radiography Prep Book, pg. 153)
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