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SOMI Chapter 9

SI joints

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What is the kVp range for an AP axial SI joint projection? 85 +/-5 kVp
What is the CR angle for the AP axial SI joint projection? 30 - 35 degree typically 30 degrees for males and 35 degrees for females
Where is the CR directed for the AP axial SI joint? 2" below level of the ASIS
The axial SI joint projection can be done Pa with what angle? 30 - 35 degree caudal
The PA axial SI joint projection would be centered where? level of L4 or slightly above the iliac crest
What is the kVp range for the posterior obliques of the SI joints? 85 +/-5 kVp
What side are you looking at in a posterior oblique of the SI joint? upside joint
What is the degree of body rotation for the posterior obliques of the SI joints? 25 - 30 degrees
Where is the CR directed in a SI joint posterior oblique? 1" medial to the upside ASIS
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