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RADT465

Radiographic Procedures

QuestionAnswer
What CR angulation is used on a AP axial Towne view of the skull? 30° caudad to OML (pg. 411)
What line is perpendicular to the IR for the AP axial Towne view of the skull? OML (pg.411)
What is the CR fpr the AP axial Towne view of the skull? 2.5'' superior to the glabella (pg.411)
What CR angulation is used on a PA axial Caldwell view of the skull? 15° caudad (pg.413)
What line is perpendicular to the IR in the PA axial Caldwell view of the skull? OML (pg.413)
Where does the PA axial Caldwell view of the skull exit? Nasion (pg. 413)
Which line is perpendicular to the IR in the SMV view of the skull? IOML (pg.415)
Where is the CR for the SMV Skull? 1.5'' inferior to mandibular symphysis, between gonion (415)
What is the CR angulation for the Haas PA axial skull view? 25° cephalad (pg.416)
What line is perpendicular to the IR in the Haas PA axial skull view? OML (pg.416)
Where does the CR exit on the Haas PA axial skull view? 1.5'' superior to nasion (pg.416)
What is the CR angulation for a TMJ modified towne view? 42° caudad from IOML and 35° caudad from OML (pg.433)
What is the CR angulation for the lateral modified Law view of the TMJs? 15° caudad (pg. 434)
Where does the CR enter for the modified Law view of the TMJs? 1.5'' superior to the upside of the EAM (pg. 434)
Which line should be perpendicular to the IR for the modified Law view of the TMJs? IPL (pg. 434)
What CR angulation is used for the Schuller view of the TMJs? 25°-30° caudad (pg.435)
Where does the CR enter for the Schuller view of the TMJs? 0.5'' anterior and 2'' superior to the EAM (pg. 435)
What line should be perpendicular to the IR for the Schuller view of the TMJs? IPL (pg. 435)
For a parieto-orbital Rhese view, what is the angle between the MSP and the IR? 53° (pg.427)
Where does the CR exit in the Rhese view? Midportion of the downside orbit (pg.427)
Why is an RAO view of the sternum used instead of the true AP? When the patient is rotated 15-20°, this throws the sternum away from the verterbre and the heart shadow (pg.357)
What joint function class is immovable? Synarthrosis (pg.11)
What joint function class has limited movement? Amphiarthrosis (pg.11)
What joint function class has free motion? Diarthrosis (pg.11)
What angulation is used to make the interiliac line perpendicular to the IR? 5°-8° caudad (pg.337)
What is the CR angulation of the AP axial L5-S1 view? 35° cephalad (pg. 339)
What is the CR angulation of the AP axial sacrum? 15° cephalad (pg. 345)
What is the CR angulation of an AP axial coccyx? 10° caudad (pg. 346)
What is the CR angulation on AP axial SI joints? 30°-35° cephalad (pg.349)
Where does the CR exit on a PA axial view of the mandible? Acanthion (pg.429)
Reference: Bontrager, Kenneth L., Lampignano, John P. (2014). Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy. 8th Ed. Elsevier. St. Louis, MO.
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