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retro cystoureth

retrograde cystourethrography test

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Where do we center for a scout? 2” above the upper border of the pubic symphysis
Pt position AP axial pt. supine, MSP centered
CR entry for AP axial 10-15 degrees caudad to the center of the IR 2” above the PS (to place the PS below the bladder)
Pt position for PA axial prone, MSP centered
CR entry for PA axial 10-15 degrees cephalad entering 1” distal to the coccyx
CR entry if prostate is of interest on PA axial 20-25 degrees cephalas
CR angulation for voiding studies perpendicular
What scale of contrast are contrast studies? short
PT orientation RPO/LPO supine, rotated 40-60 degrees
Position of cassette for RPO/LPO centered 2” above PS, 2” medial to uppermost elevated ASIS
Position of cassette for RPO/LPO voiding 2” medial to the ASIS at the PS
Pt position for lateral lateral recumbent
Placement if IR for lateral centered 2” above the upper border of the PS at the MCP
Created by: annaluz87