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c, t, l spine quiz

quizes of t l and c spine

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The swimmers lateral projection is performed to demonstrate the Cervicothoracic region vertebrae
TIf the vertebral column is not in a horizontal plane for a lateral t-spine projectin then you may angle the tube how with most females? 10 degrees cephalic
Where should the superior edge of the IR be placed for an AP projection of the thoracic vertebrae? 1½ -2 in above the depressed shoulders
Where is the cr directed for an AP thoracic spine? Level of T7
What effect caqn be implemented so that you may obtain a more uniform density when perfoerming an ap t-spine Anode heel affect
The CR angulations and direction for the lateral projection of the cardiothoracic region is what? C7 –T1 interspace3 perpendicular
What anatomy is being visualized and of primary interest on the PA axial oblique projection of the c-spine Intervetebral foramen. Closest to IR
Transverse centering for a cross table lateral c-spine is c4
What is the recommended SID for a cross table lateral projection of the c spine 40
For a PAQ oblique projectionof the c-spine the central ray is directed 15- 20 degrees caudal
For an AP projectin of the c-spine the central ray is directed 15-20 cephalic
recommended SID for an AP axial projecitn of the c-spine 40
Where does the CR enter when performing the Fuchs Method just distal to the chin perpendicular
What size cassette do you use for the Fuchs method 18 x 24 8 x 10 inches
Where does the central ray enter on an AP axial projectin of the c-spine c4
Transverse centering fo ra lateral c-spine is c 4
Where does the CR enter when performing the AP open mouth corners of opoen mouth
Which method is used to prject the dens within the foramen magnum Fuchs
Each disk has a cental mass of soft pulpy semigelatinous material that is surrouded by a fibrocartilagious disk called
What projecton of lumbar shows the interveterbral foramina later
zygapophyseal jints of the lumbar spine form an angle of how many degrees from the posterior midsagital plane 30 50 degrees
transverse centering for lateral L-spine with a 30 x 35 cassette is 1 1/2 inches above the crest
what size cassette is used for lateral spot of L spine 8 x 10
where is CR directed for AP lumbo;sacral spine iliac crests
where is IR centered for a lateral lumbar spine 1 1/2 above the crests
if the lumbar spine isnt parrallel then angle? men - 5 degrees women - 8 degrees
what is primary interest on an AP oblique projection of the lumbar zygapophyseal joints side closest to IR
What is the longitudinal centering for an AP oblique projection of the lumbar 2" medial from the ASIS
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