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2013-10-20 04:23:23
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  1. This projection demonstrates a ____  view of the thumb.
    oblique
  2. Metacarpophalangeal and interphalangeal joints should appear ____, indicating correct central ray location and that the hand was fully pronated.
    Open
  3. The central ray and center of collimation field should be to the ______
    third MP joint.
  4. from what point of the finger to what point should be visible in an anterior posterior finger
    The entire digit and half of the metacarpal are included within the collimated field.
  5. WHAT IS an alternative projection to the PA ulnar deviation projection.
    Modified Stecher Method
  6. Pronated (PA hand) are the radius and ulna crossed or side by side
    radius crosses over ulna 
  7. Supinated(AP hand) are the radius and ulnar crossed or side by side
    side by sie
  8.  rotation—radius and ulna partially superimposed.
  9.  AP, lateral rotation—separation of radius and ulna
  10. Medial (internal rotation)
  11. PA Oblique Thumb
  12. PA Lateral Thumb
  13. AP roberts Method
  14. PA roberts Method
  15. in an AP wrist what to what should be visible
     Midmetacarpals and proximal metacarpals; carpals
  16. Oblique Wrist
  17. Oblique Wrist
  18. Oblique Wrist
  19. Lateral Wrist
  20. AP forearm
  21. AP forearm
  22. Lateral forearm
  23. Anatomy Demonstrated Lateral projection forarm 
    • entire radius and ulna
    • proximal row of carpal bones
    • elbow, 
    • distal end of the humerus 
  24. AP elbow
  25. AP elbow
  26. Lateral oblique. external rotation
  27. Lateral oblique. external rotation
  28.  Medial (internal rotation)
  29.  Medial (internal rotation)
  30. Medial (internal rotation)

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