x ray extremities

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x ray extremities
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  1. WHAt Is A
    A. First carpometacarpal joint of right hand 
    • A- Scaphoid
    • B-  Lunate
    • C- Triquetrum
    • D- Pisiform
    • E- Trapezium
    • F- Trapezoid
    • G- Capitate
    • H- Hamate
    • A –Medial epicondyle
    • B –Trochlea
    • C – Corinoidprocess
    • D-  Radial Head
    • E-  Capitulum
    • F.   Lateral Epicondyle
    • H.   Olecranon process
    • G –
    • Superimposed epicondyles

    • H-
    • Olecranon process

    • I –
    • trochlea sulcus

    • J-
    • trochlear notch

    • K –
    • outer ridges of capitulum/trochlea

    • L Corocoid
    • process

    • M
    • radial head

    • N
    • radial neck

    • O-
    • radial tuberosity
  2. what is this and projection
    AP ELBOW
  3. what is this and projection
    AP FOREARM
  4. what is this and projection
    AP ELBOW
  5. position
    Fan Lateral Hand
  6. FOREARM PARALLEL
  7. what is it and position
    FOREARM PARALLEL
  8. HUMERUS PARALLEL
  9. what is B
    B. First metacarpal of right hand 
  10. what is C
    C. First metacarpophalangeal joint of right hand 
  11. what is D
    D. Proximal phalanx of first digit (or thumb) of right hand 
  12. what is E
    E. Interphalangeal joint of first digit (or thumb) of right hand
  13. what is F
    F. Distal phalanx of first digit (or thumb) of right hand 
  14. What if G
    G. Second metacarpophalangeal joint of right hand 
  15. What is H
    H. Proximal phalanx of second digit of right handI. Proximal interphalangeal joint of second digit of right hand
  16. What is J
    J. Middle phalanx of second digit of right handK. Distal interphalangeal joint of second digit of right hand 
  17. what is L
    L. Distal phalanx of second digit of right handM. Middle phalanx of fourth digit of right hand 
  18. what is M
    Radial Head
  19. what is N
    N. Distal interphalangeal joint of fifth digit of right hand 
  20. what is O
    O. Proximal phalanx of third digit of right hand
  21. what is P
    P. Fifth metacarpophalangeal joint of right hand 
  22. WHAT IS Q
    Q. Fourth metacarpal of right hand
  23. what is R
    R. Fifth carpometacarpal joint of right hand
  24. The patient's elbow should be flexed degrees with the hand and forearm resting on the table.about____ degrees with the hand and forearm resting on the table. 
    90
  25. Rotate the entire hand and wrist _______ degrees and support with radiolucent wedge or step block so that all digits are separated and _____ to the IR.
    • laterally 45
    • parallel
  26. The central ray should be_____  to the IR, directed to the third MP joint.
    perpendicular
  27. If the metacarpals only are of interest, the image can be taken with thumb_____ and  touching the cassette.
    fingertips
  28. Too much separation of the metacarpals indicates______.
    underrotation
  29. Rest the hand and wrist on the cassette, palm___. drop the shoulder so that the shoulder, elbow, and wrist are on the same____ plane
    • down
    • horizontal
  30. Align and center the long axis of the hand and wrist to the portion of the IR being exposed, with the ____ centered to the central ray.
    carpal area
  31. The central ray should be ___ to the IR, directed to the ___ area.
    • perpendicular
    • midcarpal

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