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SOMI Ch 7 Part 2

Inlet, Outlet, Judet,

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Which projection of the pelvis has a 20-35 degree cephalic CR angle for males and is centered 1"-2" distal to the symphysis pubis/greater trochanters? Outlet projection
What is the angle and direction of the CR for females on an Outlet projection? 30-45 degree cephalic angle
What kVp range do you use for an outlet view? 85 +/- 5
What four parts of the pelvis are demonstrated on the Outlet projection? Superior and Inferior rami of the pubis and the body and ramus of the ischium
What is the kVp range for an inlet view of the pelvis? 85 +/- 5
What is the CR angle and direction for an inlet projection? 40 degree caudal
What level is the CR directed to for the inlet view? ASIS
What is demonstrated by the inlet projection? entire pelvic ring
Why are both sides done when Judet views are ordered? comparison
Are the Judet method done for upside or downside hip? it can be done for either
What is the posterior oblique angle for Judet views? 45 degree
Where is the centering for the downside on the Judet view? 2" distal and 2" medial to downside ASIS
Where is the centering for the upside on the Judet view? 2" directly distal to upside ASIS
What three landmarks are visualized on the downside acetabulum view? the acetabulum's anterior rim, the posterior ilioischial column, and the iliac wing
What three landmarks are visualized on the upside acetabulum view? the acetabulum's posterior rim, the anterior iliopubic column, and the obturator foramen
Created by: xraydude