Radiology Ch 14

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Radiology Ch 14
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  1. When radiographing the pelvis in a lateral position,which femur should be slightly more cranial?
    the limb closest to the cassette
  2. if pelvic trauma is suspected, what view is recommended?
    dorsal recumbency with pelvic limbs in a frog leg position
  3. to diagnose canine hip dysplasia using the PennHIP method, which positions are required?
    compression view of the neutral hip position, standard extended view, distracted view in neutral hip position
  4. which joints must be included in a radiograph of the femur?
    coxofemoral and stifle
  5. which view of the stifle is most likely to magnified?
    lateral
    caudalcranial
    extended
    craniocaudal
    craniocaudal
  6. where is the cassette placed during the skyline projection of the patella?
    vertically of the table top behind the stifle
  7. which of the following can assist maintaining a true dorsoplantar view of the metatarsus-phalanges?
    rotate the stifle laterally
    rotate the sternum laterally
    extend the limb as much as possible
    rotate the stifle medially
    rotate the stifle laterally
  8. where should the measurement be taken for a caudocranial view of the tibia and fibula?
    level of the stifle joint
  9. what are some aids to securing and maintaining positions of limbs when taking radiographs?
    gloves used as props, foam wedges, tape
  10. what can the PennHIP method of diagnosing hip dysplasia assess that the extended projection alone cannot asses?
    the laxity of the hip joint

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