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Approach to viewing Chest x-ray Basics A.J. Chandrasekhar Created : 10/28/2003 Reviewed 12/20/2010
Is the film centered Is it PA or AP film Is it exposed properly Is it a good inspiration film
Is this film centered?
Difficult to evaluate the position of mediastinum if the film is not centered.
Is this film centered?
Is this a PA or AP film?
Why do you have to know whether it is PA or AP film?
Is the exposure appropriate?
Is this a good inspiration film? Yes
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