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The scapular Y position is employed to demonstrate anterior (subcoracoid) or posterior (subacromial) humeral dislocation.
The distal tibiofibular articulation is visualized in the 45° medial (internal) oblique.
The petrous pyramids should fill the orbits In the exact PA projection of the skull with the perpendicular central ray exiting the nasion. ***As the central ray is angled caudally, the petrous pyramids are projected lower in the orbits. At about 25° to 30° caudad they're projected below the orbits
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