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Appendicular Final

MA209

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Whats the film size for the AP Axial foot? 10x12
Whats the central ray for the AP Axial foot? 10 degrees toward the heel through the base of the third metatarsal
What are the structures seen in the AP Axial foot? entire foot,including toes,metatarsals, and tarsal bones
Whats the film size for the AP(medial) oblique foot? 10x12
Whats the part position for the AP(medial) oblique foot? coronal plane of foot forms a 30 degree angle with IR
Whats the central ray for the AP(medial) oblique foot? perpendicular to base of the third metatarsal
What are the structures seen in the AP(medial) oblique foot? entire foot, minimal superimposition of metatarsals
Whats the film size for the lateral foot? 10x12 cosswise
Whats the part position for the Lateral foot? lateral aspect of foot in contact with the IR
Whats the central ray for the Lateral foot? perpendicular to the base of third metatarsal
What are the structure seen for the Lateral foot? entire foot and ankle
Whats the film size for the Lateral toe? one third of an 8x10
Whats the part position for the Lateral toe? medial or lateral surface of foot in contact with IR
Whats the central ray for Lateral toe? perpendicular to MTP of the toe
What structures are seen in the Lateral toe? entire digit and 1/2 of the distal metatarsal
whats the film size for an AP toe? one third of an 8x10
Whats the part position for the AP toe? plantar surface of the foot in contact with the IR
Whats the central ray for AP toe? perpendicular to MTP of the toe
What are the stuctures seen in an AP toe? entire digit and 1/2 of distal metatarsal
Whats the film size for the AP(medial) oblique toe? one third of an 8x10
Whats the part position for the AP(medial) oblique toe? medial plantar surface of foot in contact with IR
Whats the central ray for AP(medial) oblique toe? perpendicular to MTP of the toe
What stuctures are seen in the AP(meidal) oblique toe? entire digit and 1/2 of distal metatarsal
Whats the film size for an AP ankle? 1/2 of a 10x12 or a whole 8x10
Whats the part position for AP ankle? Posterior surface of heel in contact with IR, foot dorsoflexed 90 degrees with the lower leg (toes up)
Whats the central ray for the AP ankle? perpendicular midway between the malleoli (knots on sides of ankle)
What are the stuctures seen for the AP ankle? talus and distal tibia and fibula
Whats the film size for AP(medial) oblique ankle? 1/2 an 10x12 or whole 8x10
Whats the part position for AP(medial) oblique ankle? Posterior surface of heel in contact with IR, leg is rotated 45 degree inward.
Whats the central ray for AP(medial) oblique ankle? perpendicular midway between the malleoli
What stuctures are seen in the AP(medial) oblique ankle? talus and the distal end of tibi and fibula..will see more of tibia with this view
What the film size for the Lateral ankle? 8x10
Whats the part position for the Lateral ankle? lateral surface of ankle in contact with IR
Whats the central ray for the Lateral ankle? perpendicular through medial malleolus
What are the structures seen in the Lateral ankle? talus and distal tibia and fibula , and entire calcaneus
Whats the film size for Axial(plantodorsal) calcaneous? 1/2 or whole 8x10
Whats the part position for the Axial(plantodorsal) calcaneous? posterior calcaneous in contact with IR and dorsiflexed as much as possible (toes up/pull towards)
Whats the central ray for Axial(plantodorsal) calcaneous? Angled 40 degree cephalad through calcaneous
Whats the structures seen in the Axial calcaneus? entire calcaneus
Whats the film size for Lateral calcaneus? 1/2 or whole 8x10
What is the part position for Lateral calcaneus? lateral surface of foot in contact with IR
Whats the central ray for Lateral calcaneus? perpendicular to IR
What structures are seen in Lateral calcaneus? entire calcaneus
Whats the film size for AP Knee? 8x10
Whats the part position for AP Knee? leg is fully extended with sagittal plane of leg perpendicular to IR
Whats the central ray for AP Knee? perpendicular of 5 degrees cephalad entering 1/2 distal to apex of patella
What structures are seen in AP Knee? knee joint, distal femur, and proximal lower leg
Whats the film size for AP Ankle? 1/2 of 10x12 or whole 8x10
Whats the part position for AP Ankle? posterior surface of heel in contact with IR, foot dorsiflexed 90 degrees with lower leg
Whats the central ray for AP Ankle? perpendicular midway between the malleoli (knot on side of ankle
Whats the structures seen on AP Ankle? talus and distal tibia and fibula
Whats the film size for AP Oblique Ankle? 1/2 of 10x12 or whole 8x10
Whats the part
Created by: stefany8705