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Introduction to Radiographic Positioning and Procedures
Chest and Upper Airway
Limbs and Thorax
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abdomen acceptable image Alternative Positions/Projections angle ANSWERS TO REVIEW ANSWERS TO WORKBOOK AP Oblique ascending colon atypical or impaired body central ray location cervical spine Chapter Outline clavicle coccyx colon COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS condyle Considerations Pediatric Considerations contrast media coracoid process Correlative Imaging demonstrate the anatomic drawings and radiographic duct evaluate positioning examination extent of field factors for producing femur field necessary foramen fossa frontal gallbladder Given drawings Given radiographic images hepatobiliary system humerus iliac crest intervertebral foramina Lateral AP List and describe locate anatomic structures lumbar spine medial minor calyx Oblique Lateral occipital bone patients to better petrous ridges positioning and procedures positioning and technical Positions/Projections posterior procedures for atypical projection radiographic radiographic positioning Recommend the technical REVIEW QUESTIONS ribs rotation Routine and Alternative sacrum scapula sinus specialized studies spinous process student superimposed supine technical factors thoracic vertebrae tibia trauma urinary system visualize anatomic structures WORKBOOK QUESTIONS zygapophyseal joints