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Consists of limbs: arms, legs, shoulder and pelvic girdle? Appendicular skeleton pg 96, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
secondary ossification center of bones? Epiphysis pg. 96, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Primary ossification centers of long bones? diaphysis/ shaft pg. 96, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
How many bones make up the metacarpals of the hand? Five pg. 97, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
How many phalanges bones make up the hand? 14 pg. 97, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
How many carpels comprise of the hand? 8 pg. 98, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Which carpel bones are in the proximal row of the wrist from lateral to medial? Scaphoid, Lunate/semilunar, Triquetrum/triangular, Pisiform pg. 100, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Which carpal bones are in the distal row of the wrist from lateral to medial? Trapezium, Trapezoid, Capitate, Hamate pg. 100, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Which projection of the hand shows PA carpals, phalanges and articulations with the CR directed perpendicular to 3rd MCP. The hand will be pronated with elbow flexed at 90 degrees. The fingers will extend and be slightly apart and the thumb is obliqued? PA Hand pg. 106, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Projection of hand that shows anterior or posterior fx displacement or depth of foreign body? Lateral Hand/ flexion and extension pg. 106, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Position that demonstrates the Scaphoid with the hand pronated and everted laterally? PA wrist Ulnar flexion/deviation pg. 108, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Where is the central ray located for a AP forearm, what is included and how is the forearm positioned? Forearm is positioned supinated with the intercondylar line parallel to the IR, the wrist and elbow joints should both be present on the radiograph. pg.109, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Position of the forearm where the epicondyles are superimposed and perpendicular to the IR, the radius and ulna is also superimposed distally? Lateral Forearm pg.109, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Which projection of the shoulder requires obliquing the MSP 35-45 degrees toward affected side and a perpendicular CR centered 2in medial and 2in inferior to superior and lateral shoulder to open the glenohumeral joint? Grashey method pg.111, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Which projection of the shoulder demonstrates the greater tuberosity of the humerus in profile and the lesser tuberosity superimposed over the humeral head? AP external rotation, the epicondyles of the humerus should be parallel to the IR pg. 111, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
which pelvis is more narrow, deeper, and more heart shaped. The pelvic angle is also less than 90 degrees? Male pg.123, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Where and how is the CR for an AP foot? CR is centered at the base of the 3rd metatarsal with a 10 degree cephalic angle pg.124, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
How much internal rotation is needed to open the mortise joint of the ankle? 15-20 degrees from AP, the intermalleolar plane should be parallel to the IR. pg. 127, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
If you were acquiring a mediolateral knee how would you angle the CR to superimpose the femur epicondyles? 5 degrees cephalad pg.129, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
For an AP hip how much internal rotation of the leg is required to place the greater trochanter in profile? 15 degree internal rotation. pg. 131, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Would you increase or decrease technique for these conditions: Arthritis, Ewing Sarcoma, Osteomalacia, Osteoporosis, Rickets, Thalassemia? Decrease Pg. 135, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Would you increase or decrease technique for these conditions: Acromegaly, chronic gout, Multiple myeloma, osteochondroma, osteoporosis, Paget disease? Increase pg. 135, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Type of fx that that does not transverse the entire bone? Incomplete fx pg. 135, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
What can you do on a lateral projection of the thoracic vertebrae to better visualize the anatomy? Use a breathing technique, long exposure time with a low mA while patient breathes quietly pg.144, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
For an AP coccyx where is the central ray directed? 10-20 degrees caudad to midline and 2in above pubic symphysis pg.150, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
This position of the skull projects the petrous ridges in the lower third of the orbits? PA Axial (Caldwell) pg.161, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Which positioning line is perpendicular to the IR for skull Caldwell? OML pg. 161, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Chest position that best demonstrates apices of the lungs with clavicles projected above apices? AP axial lordotic pg. 175, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
What is the difference in centering for an AP supine abdomen and an erect AP abdomen? The supine centering is at the level of the iliac crest and at the MSP, Erect is 2 in above the iliac crest and at the MSP pg.187, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
Which position of the stomach shows a barium filled fundus? LPO pg.190, D.A Saia Radiography Prep
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