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positioning quiz T3

QuestionAnswer
What does the hip bone consist of? ilium, pubis, and ischium
How many degrees should your feet and lower limb be internally rotated for an AP Pelvis projection? 15 to 20
What is shown in profile if the lower limb and foot are correctly positioned? greater trochanter
How many degrees is the lower limb and foot rotated internally for an AP hip projection? 15 to 20
What is the CR angle for an AP hip? 0 degrees or perpendicular
What is the respiration for an Axial lateral projection of the hip (Danelius-Miller Method? Suspended Respiration
What is the respiration for an AP projection of the pelvis? Suspended Respiration
What is the IR size and cassette position in an AP hip projection? 10x12 or 24cmx30cm ; lengthwise
What is the strongest bone in the body? femur
What type of joint is the hip joint? ball and socket synovial joint
How far apart should the heels be placed in order to turn feet internally for an AP Pelvis projection? 8inches to 10inches
Created by: atesta0824