Roberts final positioning

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Roberts final positioning
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  1. INFEROSUPERIOR PROJECTION 

    how much is the knee flexed and whats the position of patient
    (PATIENT SUPINE, 45° KNEE FLEXION);
  2. HUGHSTON METHOD

    how much is the knee flexed and whats the position of patient
    (PATIENT PRONE, 55° KNEE FLEXION)
  3. SETTEGAST METHOD

    how much is the knee flexed and whats the position of patient
    (PATIENT PRONE, 90° KNEE FLEXION)
  4. HOBBS MODIFICATION SUPEROINFERIOR TANGENTIAL METHOD 

    how much is the knee flexed and whats the position of patient
    (PATIENT SITTING, >90° KNEE FLEXION)
  5. AP PROJECTION: FEMUR—MID- AND DISTAL

    How much to rotate leg
    Where do you centerCR
    • Rotate leg internally about 5° for a true AP
    • For proximal femur, 15° to 20° internal leg rotation is required,as for an AP hip
    • Direct CR to midpoint of iR.
  6. LATERAL-MEDIOLATERAL OR LATEROMEDIAL PROJECTIONS: FEMUR—MID- AND DISTAL

    How much do you flex the knee
    Flex knee approximately 45° with patient on affected side, and align femur to midline of table or IR

    CR perpendicular to femur and IR directed to midpoint of iR
  7. AP PELVIS PROJECTION (BILATERAL HIPS): PELVIS

    how many degrees do you rotate the legs
    where do you center CR
    • Separate legs and feet, then internally rotate long axes of feet and lower limbs 15° to 20°
    • CR is perpendicular to IR, directed midway between level of aSiS and the symphysis pubis

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