Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy
This work is designed to teach student radiographers positioning, special procedures and related anatomical structures. For each procedure, a description of the photograph is accompanied by an image, the X-ray result, a line drawing of the anatomy shown in the X-ray, and evaluation criteria. All the basic or routine projects and/or positions for all body parts and systems are described, as well as some of the more common optional projections and/or procedures. Based on feedback from educators, there is an additional chapter on trauma and mobile radiography in this edition.
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General Systemic and Skeletal
Development of bones
Body planes sections and lines
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abdomen Align anatomy AP axial AP projection artery barium Basic body bones bowel carpals cassette cavity Central Ray cervical chest clavicle cm kVp coccyx collimation collimation field contrast media CR perpendicular crosswise decub decubitus demonstrated diaphragm digit distal elbow erect Evaluation Criteria femur film holder flexed flexion fluoroscopy forearm fracture gallbladder gonadal gonadal shielding head humerus iliac iliac crest intestine knee kVp range lateral position lengthwise limb located long axis lower lumbar lung margins medial metacarpals midline midsagittal plane Minimum 40 Moving or stationary oblique Optimum exposure Patient Position pelvis perpendicular to film portion posterior procedure proximal radiation radiograph Respiration ribs rotation routine scapula shoulder skull spine stationary grid Structures Best Shown superimposed supine symphysis pubis table-top Technical Factors Technique and dose thoracic trauma tube ulna upper vertebra prominens vertebrae vertebral column visualize wrist x-ray beam zygapophyseal joints