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adv pos q 1 for mid

advanced positioning midterm quiz 1

For a decubitus chest the patient should lay how when demonstrating fluid levels? on the affected side
Alternate name for the AP axial skull towne
What steps ensure no unnecessary radiation exposure in trauma situations? announcing impending exposures and offering lead.
TOF placement for a x-table lateral sternum 1.5” superior to the jugular notch
CR angulation for a trauma lateral elbow 45 degrees toward the shoulder
Breathing for transthoracic lateral shoulder: inspiration or technique
What is the minimum number of films in trauma? 2 per part
For a PA view ulnar deviation the CR is perpendicular to the: scaphoid
For an orbitoparietal oblique projection of the optic foramina, it is important that the MSP form what angle? 53 degrees to the IR
Standing knees are done for: arthritis
Optic foramen should be seen where in an orbitoparietal oblique orbit image? inferior lateral quadrant of the orbit
The Gaynor-Hart method is used for: fx of the trapezium or hook of hamate and carpal tunnel syndrome
For an AP axial oblique trauma C-spine, the CR is directed: 15-20 cephalad and 45 lateromedially
What percent of fractures are fatal? 50%
For a reverse waters for facial bones, the CR should enter the acanthion
IR should be centered where for the sella turcica? ¾” anterior and ¾” superior to the EAM
TOF placement for decubitus c-spine 1-2” superior to the EAM
Created by: annaluz87