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femur 3

femur for comp set 3 posit

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What is a modified Cleaves method pelvis? AP oblique, bilateral frog.
Position of limb for AP hip medially rotate limb 15-20 degrees unless contraindicated
CR entry for AP hip perpendicular to the femoral neck ( 2.5” distal to PS/ASIS line)
Launstein method lateral hip CR entry perpendicular to hip joint ( midway between PS and ASIS)
Hickey method lateral hip CR entry 20-25 degrees cephalad to hip joint
Cross-table hip alternate names axiolateral or Danelius-Miller method
IR orientation and position for X-table hip IR parallel to the femoral neck with the upper border in the crease above the iliac crest
CR entry point for X-table hip perpendicular to the long axis of the femoral neck
TOF for proximal femur at the level of the ASIS
How is the limb positioned for an AP proximal femur? medially rotate 10-15 degrees
How is the limb positioned for an AP distal femur? medially rotate until epicondyles are parallel to the IR
BOF for distal femur 2” below the knee joint
Pt. position for lateral distal femur pt lays on affected side, bring other leg foreward, adjust pelvis TLP, flex affected knee 45 degrees, epicondyles perpendicular to IR.
Pt. position lateral proximal femur keeping pt. on affected side, bring other leg posteriorly rolling the pelvis back 10-15 degrees.
Eval criteria AP femur majority of femur and joint closest to site of concern, femoral neck not foreshortened, sm ammt. Lesser trochanter seen medially, no rotation at knee, entire orthopedic.
Eval criteria lat. Femur majority of femur and joint closest to site of concern, superimposed ant. Femoral condyles, patella in profile, open patellofemoral joint, trochanters not prominent
x-table hip eval femoral neck without overlap of greater trochanter, sm ammt lesser trochanter seen posteriorly, greater trochanter seen on anterior and posterior, hip joint and acetabulum, ischial tuberosity below femoral head
Created by: annaluz87