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RADT 425

CH 7 - HIP & PELVIS

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In an AP pelvis projection, the ischial spines are aligned with the _____ _____, the sacrum and coccyx are aligned with the symphysis pubis and the obturator foramina are open and uniform in size and shape. pelvic brim
In an AP pelvis projection, the femoral necks are demonstrated without foreshortening, the ______trochanters are in profile laterally and the _____trochanters are superimposed by the femoral necks. greater, lesser
In an AP frogleg pelvis projection, the sacrum and coccyx are aligned with the symphysis pubis, the _____ _____ are symmetrical and the obturator foramina are open and uniform in size and shape. iliac wings
In an AP frogleg pelvis projection, the lesser trochanters are in profile _____ and the ____ ____are superimposed over the adjacent greater trochanters. medially, femoral necks
At what degree with the imaging table are the femurs placed to accurately position the greater and lesser trochanters on an AP frogleg pelvic projection? 60-70 degrees
Accurate CR centering on an AP frogleg pelvic projection is accomplished by centering a ______ CR to the ______plane at a level of one inch superior to the _____ _____. perpendicular, midsagittal, symphysis pubis
In an AP hip projection, the ischial spine is aligned with the ____ ____, the sacrum and coccyx are aligned with the _____ ____ and the obturator foramen is open. pelvic brim, symphysis pubis
In an AP hip projection, the femoral neck is demonstrated without foreshortening, the greater trochanter is in profile _______ and the lesser trochanter is superimposed by the ____ ____. laterally, femoral neck
Should the technologist attempt to rotate the leg of a patient with a suspected fracture or dislocated hip? no
To center the femoral head in the center of the exposure field, a _____CR is centered 1 1/2 inches _____ to the midpoint of a line connecting the ASIS and _____ ______. perpendicular, distal, symphysis pubis
In an AP frogleg hip projection, the_____ _____ is aligned with the pelvic brim, the sacrum and coccyx are aligned with the symphysis pubis and the obturator foramen. ischial spine
In an AP frogleg hip projection, the _____ ______ is in profile medially and the _____ ____ is superimposed over the greater trochanter. lesser trochanter, femoral neck
In an AP frogleg projection, the ____ ____ is partially foreshortened and the ______trochanter is demonstrated at a transverse level halfway between the femoral head and the lesser trochanter. femoral neck, greater
For the Lauerenstein and Hickey lateral hip methods, the patient's pelvis is rotated _____ the affected hip until the femur is placed against the imaging table. toward
The degree of patient knee and hip flexion determines whether or not the greater and lesser trochanter will be in _______. profile
At what degree with the imaging table is the femur placed to accurately position the greater and lesser trochanters on an AP frogleg hip projection? 60-70 degrees
Accurate CR centering on an AP frogleg hip projection is accomplished by centering a ______ CR 2 1/2 inches distal to the midpoint of a line connecting the ____ and symphysis pubis. perpendicular, ASIS
In an axiolateral hip projection, the lesser trochanter is in profile ________ and the greater trochanter is superimposed by the _____ _____. posteriorly, femoral shaft
In an AP axial sacroilliac joints projection, the median sacral crest is aligned with the____ _____ and the sacrum is equal distance from the lateral wall of the pelvic brim on both sides. symphysis pubis
In an AP axial sacroilliac joints projection, the sacroilliac joints are demonstrated without foreshortening and the sacrum is elongated with the _____ _____ superimposed over the inferior sacral segment. symphysis pubis
When a patient is rotated for an AP axial sacroilliac joint projection, the sacrum rotates in the _____direction as the symphysis pubis and is positioined next tot he lateral wall of eh pelvic brim situated ________ to/from the IR. opposite, farther
Accurate CR centering on an AP axial sacroilliac joint projection is obtained by positioning the CR to the patient's _______plane at a level halfway between an imaginary line connecting the ____ and pubic symphysis. midsagittal, ASIS
In an AP oblique sacroillliac joint projection, the ilium and _____are demonstrated without superimposition and the sacroilliac joint is open. sacrum
In an AP oblique sacroilliac joint projection, the long axis of the sacroilliac joint is aligned with the _______ ____ of the exposure field. longituinal axis
Created by: ashollings