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Larynx Lateral Cervical For Soft Tissue
Trachea, Diaphrgmatic Domes, The Heart and Arotic Knob PA Chest
Pleural Effusion Decubitus Chest
Pneumothorax PA Chest with Expiration
Apices without Clavicular Superimposition Lordotic Chest
Interlobar Fissure, Differentiate the Lobes, and Localize Pulmonary Lesions Lateral Chest
Right Lung, The Heart, Descending Aorta, and the Aortic Arch LAO Chest
Left Lung, Left Atrium, Anterior portion of apex of the left ventricle, and right retrocardiac space RAO Chest
Hilum Lateral Chest
Air-Fluid Levels, and accumulations of intrapertioneal air under diaphragm (when PT can stand) Erect Abdomen
Air-Fluid levels, and Accumulations of Intrapertioneal air under diaphragm (When PT cannot Stand) Decubitus Abdomen
Calification of aorta or other vessels, aorta aneurysm, and umbilical Hernias Lateral Abdomen
Bowel Obstruction, Neoplasms, Calcification, Ascites AP Abdomen
Pisiform, Hamulus of Hamate Carpal Canal or Tunnel View
Scaphoid Ulnar Deviation
Olecranon Process Lateral Elbow
Trochlear Notch Lateral Elbow
Elbow Fat Pads Lateral Elbow
Pronator Fat Pads Lateral Wrist
Anterior/Posterior Fracture Displacement in hand Lateral Hand in Extension/ Flexion
Radial Head and Neck, and Capitulum of Humerus External Oblique Elbow
Coronoid Process of Ulna and Trochlea in Profile Internal Oblique Elbow
Greater Tubercle of Humerus Visualized in Profile AP Shoulder with External Rotation of Humerus
Lesser Tubercle visualized in full Profile AP Shoulder with internal Rotation of Humerus-Lawrence Method
Scapulohumeral Joint Grashey Method-West Point Method
Coracid Process of Shoulder Lawrence(Axillary) Method-Scapular "Y"
Intertubercular Grooce Fisk-Bicipital Groove
Scapular Fracture Lateral Scapula
Dislocation of Humerus Scapular Y Lateral-Inferosuperior Axial Projection
Posterior Scapulohumeral Dislocations Garth Method
Supraspinatus Outlet Neer Method
Condition of the Longitudinal Arch of the Foot Lateral Weight Bearing Foot
Heel Lateral-Axial
Talus AP Mortise
Patella Free of Superimposition Lateral-Sunrise Patella
Intercondylar Fossa Tunnel
Proximal Tibiofubar Joint Internal Oblique Knee
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