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SOMI Chapter 4

Hand, Wrist, Elbow

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Why is the Norgaard Method done? To check for rheumatoid arthritis in the IP joints
Why is the ball-cathcher's view done? to check for rheumatoid arthritis in the metacarpal joints
How much do the hands get internally rotated for both the Norgaard and the ball-catcher's view? 45 degrees
Where is the CR directed for the Norgaard and ball-catcher's? midpoint between both hands at level of the fifth MCP joints
What is the official name for the carpal canal(tunnel) view? Gaynor-Hart Method
How much does the hand need to be dorsiflexed for the carpal tunnel view? as close to 90 degrees to the forearm as possible
How much and which ways is the hand rotated for a carpal tunnel view? 10 degrees internally
In the carpal tunnel view how much is the CR angled? 25-30 degrees
Where is the CR directed for the carpal tunnel view? 1 inch distal to the base of the third metacarpal
The two version of the Coyle Method look at what two structures? radial head and coronoid process
What is the positioning for a Coyle Method projection looking at the radial head? elbow flexed 90 degrees, hand pronated, and a 45 degree CR angled toward shoulder centered to radial head
What is the positioning for a Coyle Method projection of the coronoid process? elbow flexed 80 degrees from extended position, hand pronated, and 45 degree CR away from shoulder directed to mid elbow joint
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