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WHAT IS A
Superior articular process
WHAT IS B
Superior vertebral notc
WHAT IS C
WHAT IS D
WHAT IS E
Inferior vertebral notch
WHAT IS F
Inferior articular process
WHAT IS G
WHAT IS H
Where does the sacrum articulate with the ilium
At the sacrum Iliac joint (SIJoint)
T2 and T3." is at the level of
"The jugular notch
The xiphoid tip is at the level of
what does the front leg of the Scottie dog represent
inferior articular process
what landmark is at. (S1-2)
WHERE DO YOU CENTER FOR A LUMBAR SPINE
AT ILIAC CREST
WHERE DO YOU CENTER FOR A AXIAL PROJECTION OF THE SACRUM AND HOW MANY DEGREES ANGLE
Angle CR 15° cephalad. Direct CR 2 inches (5 cm) superior to pubic symphysis.
WHERE DO YOU CENTER FOR A AP COCCYX AND WHAT ANGLICIZATION
Angle CR 10° caudad. Direct CR 2 inches (5 cm) superior to symphysis pubis.
in a RPO what side of the zygopop joint (left or right) will i see
where should the low margian of the IR be placed for a AP Scoliosis
2inch below iliac crest
What is the CR angle for an AP coccyx?
10 degrees caudal…… if was PA it would becephalic
the CR angle for a PA sacrum?
15 degrees caudal…….if it was AP it would beCephalic
What composition best demonstrates the intervertebral
foramen of the lumbar spine?
Three requirements for a scoliosis series?
SID- 40 to 60 degreesIR size-14x17Expiration kVp- 85 to 95
What oblique position would show the
zygapophyseal joints at L5-S1 level?
RPO & LPO