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adv pos arth inj

arthrography injection sites and projections

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What is the needle placement for myelography? L2-L3, L3-L4 or C1-C2
CR entry for fusion L-spine perp to L3
What is the needle placement for TMJ arthrography? ½” anterior to the tragus
What is the needle placement for shoulder arthrography? ½” inferior and lateral to the coracoid
What is the needle placement for wrist arthrography? through dorsal wrist at junction of radius scaphoid and lunate
What is the needle placement for a hip arthrogram? ¾”distal to inguinal crease and ¾” lateral to palpable femoral pulse
What projections should be done for orthoroentgenography? AP (3 exp. On 1 film)
Type of contrast used for opaque arthrography iodinated water soluble
Type of contrast used for pneumoarthrography gaseous
Type of contrast used for double-contrast arthrography gaseous and iodinated water soluble
What projections are commonly done with knee arthrography? AP, APO (20 deg med), APO (20 deg lat), lateral, intercondylar fossa
What projections are commonly done with shoulder arthrography? AP internal, AP external, APO (30 deg), axial, tangential
What is the injection site for the TMJ? ½” ant. To tragus
Created by: annaluz87