Upper Limb FINGERS

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MYKE
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Upper Limb FINGERS
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2013-10-03 22:02:46
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ROBERTS CLASS
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  1. Geriatric  Patients Means
    elderly
  2. when patient has a Small to Med cast Up Kvp how much
    5kv - 7kv
  3. when patient has a Large plaster cast Up Kvp how much
    8kv-10kv
  4. when patient has a Fiber Glass cast Up Kvp how much
    3kv-4kv
  5. When taking xray of the upper limbs is always place the MARKER on the
    long axis of the part being imaged parallel to the long axis of the portion of the iR being exposed.
  6. 3 principles for centering the upper limbs are
    • 1. Part should be parallel to plane of IR.
    • 2. CR should be 90° or perpendicular to part and IR, unless aspecific CR angle is indicated.
    • 3. CR should be directed to correct centering point.
  7. Whe doing a PA Projection of the fingers where do you center CR to
    The Pip Joint
  8. What is the Kv Range when doing a PA of the fingers
    • Analog—50 to 55 kV range 
    • Digital systems—55 to 60 kV range
  9. what does PIP stand for
    Proximal  inter-phalangeal Joint
  10. what does MCP stand for
    meta-carpo-phalangeal Joint
  11. what does DIP stand for
    distal inter-phalangeal Joint
  12. what does CMC stand for
    carpo-meta-carpa joint

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