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Things to know Cassette 10 x 12 lengthwise Shield Marker Measures 29 Breathing technique for RAO Technique mAs Page
Positioning Patient erect Arms at side Position patient oblique about degrees to the right side. Align sternum to midline of IR Place IR or light about 1 ½ inches above jugular notch.
CR perpendicular and left to midline of spine And midway of jugular notch and xiphoid process SID 40
Collimation To sternum About 5 inches wide
Seen on Radiograph Sternum Visualized and superimposed on heart shadow. No superimposition of vertebrae
Lateral Cassette 10 x 12 lengthwise Shield Marker Measures 29 Technique mAs Hold breath on inspiration
Positioning Patient erect with side against IR Shoulder and arms drawn back Sternum align with midline of IR Place light or IR about 1 ½ inches above jugular notch. True lateral with no rotation
CR perpendicular to mid Sternum SID 60-72
Seen on Radiograph Entire sternum No imposition of arms or shoulders Minimal overlap of soft tissue No imposition of ribs
Things to know AP Flat and AP Erect Cassette size 14 x 17 lengthwise Marker No shielding Measures 17 Expiration Page 109, 112
AP Erect Technique
Positioning for erect Patient is erect with back against bucky Center midline of body to midline of bucky Arms at sides IR about the level of Armpits Or center of cassette is 2 inches above crest
Collimate to skin borders if small patient SID 40
Seen on Radio graph Both diaphragms Air-filled stomach As much of lower abdomen as possible. No rotation
Flat Abdomen 14 x 17 Lengthwise Marker Measures 17 Technique mAs Expiration
Positioning Patient supine Midline align with midline of table Arms at sides Legs extended
CR perpendicular to crest SID 40 No collimation unless small
Seen on Radiograph Kidneys Bladders Air filled stomach Symphysis pubis No rotation
Esophagus and UGI. Patient Preparation Ask if patient has any metal objects in clothing ( zippers, buttons, snaps, etc.) Any jewelry that might obscure.
Lumbar Spine Sacrum And coccyx. Views AP Lateral Lateral Spot AP sacrum AP coccyx Lateral sacrum and coccyx.
Positioning: Patient Erect, Standing or seated, facing the Bucky. Patient's Chest touching the Bucky, relax their shoulders and rolled forward to.
Radiographic technique of Ribs, Clavicle, scapula,sternum, SCJs, ACJs 4 th presentation.
The Shoulder. Things to know 3 views AP, Lateral, Transthoracic 10 x 12 cassette Marker Shield Collimation Measures 12 on AP and Lateral
Critique of the Sternum and Ribs Chapter 9. Sternum (RAO) Contrast & density to see jugular notch, manubrium, sternal body, & xiphoid process (
The Hand. Things to know 3 views PA (Posterior to Anterior) Oblique (rotated) Lateral (on side) 62 mAs Measures 3 (adjust KV according to size)
Chapter Two The Chest and Abdomen. PA Chest Facility Identification Marker Artifacts Film Size.
KneeKnee. The Views AP Lateral Internal Oblique External Oblique.
Lecture (24). Abdomen Basic Projections Abdomen (KUB) Basic AP supine Special PA prone Lat decubitus (AP) AP erect Dorsaldecubitus (Lat) Lateral Acute.
Hip, Pelvis and Distal Femur. Things to know for Pelvis Cassette Size 14 x 17 crosswise One view AP 12 or 8 No shielding No collimation.
The Foot. The Views AP Oblique Lateral Things to know Cassette size: 10x12 lengthwise divided in half and 8 x 10 Shield Marker Hold still.
Chapter 2 Chest. The Bony Thorax Protects the lungs and great vessels 2 Clavicles 2 Scapulae 1 Sternum 12 Rib Pairs 12 Thoracic Vertebrae.
Dr Mohamed El Safwany, MD. 2 The student should be able to recognize technological principles of radiographic Abdominal imaging.
The Elbow. The Views…. AP Lateral Medial (internal) Oblique Lateral (external) Oblique.
Ankle. Views Ap Lateral Internal and external Obliques.
Abdominal Radiography 1. Intended Learning outcomes The student should be able to apprehend clinical aspects of abdominal radiographic positioning and.
Chest and Abdomen Advanced Imaging By Prof. J. Stelmark.
Chapter 2 Chest. Bony Thorax 1 - __________ (Breastbone) 2 - Clavicles (Collar bones) 2 - ________ (Shoulder Blades) 12 - Rib Pairs 12 - ________Vertebrae.
The Sinuses With Facial And Nasal. Things to know 3 views for Sinuses 3 views for nasal 1 for facial.
Urinary Procedures. AP PROJECTION (SCOUT AND SERIES): INTRAVENOUS (EXCRETORY) UROGRAPHY Pathology Demonstrated Scout demonstrates abnormal calcifications.
Properties of a good chest X-ray and all views John-Henry Corbett 02/2012.
1. AP Projection. 2. Lateral Projection. In general: 1. Ensure the removal of artifacts that may superimpose the anatomy of interest. 2. Only request.
Bony Thorax Spokane Community College Radiology Film Critique.
Chapter 5 Scapula and Clavicle. Clavicle Long curved bone with 2 articulating ends –_____________ – Lateral aspect articulates with acromion. Acromioclavicular.
Chapter 10 Bony Thorax. 1 ____________ 12 ______________ 12 ____________.
Lecture (22). Lateral Chest (Left or Right Lateral) Left Lateral Chest Patient Position Erect or seated Left side against cassette unless patient.
Chapter 6 Scapula and Clavicle. Clavicle Long curved bone with 2 articulating ends –___________________ – Lateral aspect articulates with acromion. Acromioclavicular.
Shoulder 1. Intended Learning Outcomes The student should be able to recognize clinical radiographic technical principles of the shoulder.
The Thumb and Wrist. Things to know for the thumb 3 views AP, lateral, Oblique 8 x 10 divided 3 times Shield Marker Hold still Collimation.
PLEASE TURN ALL CELL PHONES TO SILENT MODE By the end of this Lecture the student will be able to: Learning Objectives List and identify the major.
Shoulder Radiography Routine Non-Trauma: A-P with internal and external rotation of humerus Trauma or Dislocation Shoulder: A-P internal rotation,
1 2 TECHNICAL ASPECTS In all cervical spine views, a moving or a stationary grid must be used (lateral is an exception, where an air-gap technique is.
Radiographic technique of Shoulder joint 3 rd presentation.
Chapter 5 Humerus and Shoulder Girdle. Proximal Humerus Head Anatomic Neck Greater Tubercle Surgical Neck.
Lecture (11). Clavicle AP & AP Axial Exposure Factors KvmAsFFD (cm)GridFocus Cassett e NoFine 24x30 cm Patient position Erect Part position Arms.
Chapter 5 Humerus & Shoulder. Proximal Humerus _____________ – Rounded portion. Anatomic neck – Inferior to head slightly constricted area __________.
1 Dr Mohamed El Safwany, MD. Intended Learning Outcome 2 The student should be able to recognize technological principles of radiographic chest imaging.
Radiographic technique of Pelvis, hip joint and sacroiliac joint 5 th presentation.
Bony Thorax Tanya Nolan. Bony Thorax Sternum 12 Ribs 12 Thoracic Vertebrae Function Supports walls of pleural cavity & diaphragm Volume of cavity.
Advanced Positioning for the Shoulder Girdle By Prof. Jarek Stelmark.
Spokane Community College Film critique. Overview CXR - Upright PA -Upright Lateral Anatomy - Lungs - Heart -Cervical & Thoracic Spines - Ribs - Shoulder.
1 Radiographic Technique 2 RAD 1204 A. Tahani Ahmed AL-Hozeam.
Lumbar Vertebrae, Sacrum and Coccyx Chapter 8. Lumbar AP Facility Identification Correct Marker Placement No Preventable Artifacts Correct Film Size (14.
Chapter 11 Bony Thorax. 1 _____________ 12 __________ Vertebrae 12 pairs of _________.
AP side down PA side up.
1 2 TECHNICAL ASPECTS A moving or a stationary grid must be used. Relatively high kV is used, range is ( ) KVp, ( ) kVp for lateral L/S)
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