Merrill's Atlas of Radiographic Positions and Radiologic Procedures, Volume 1

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Mosby Year Book, 1995 - Medical - 626 pages
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45 degrees Adjust anatomy angle angulation ankle AP axial AP oblique AP projection arthrography articular articulation Ask the patient axial oblique AXIAL PROJECTION calcaneus carpal cassette central ray perpendicular chest clavicle clearly demon Clin computed tomography condyle coracoid process criteria The following demonstrate digit Direct the central distal dose elbow Evaluation criteria exposure femoral femur film flexed flexion foot forearm fractures grid head humerus image will show knee l0 in l8 l0 x l2 lateral projection long axis lumbar medial median sagittal plane metacarpophalangeal joint metatarsal METHOD Film midline OBLIQUE PROJECTION ographic patella patient to suspend pelvis Place the patient Position of patient posterior proximal radi radiation radiographic Radiol Technol Radiology resulting image ribs rotation sacrum scapula Shield gonads shown The resulting Soft tissue spine strated Structures shown subtalar joint superimposed supine position surface suspend respiration thoracic vertebra tibia tion upright wrist x-ray zygapophyseal joints......
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
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abdominal action potential amino acids anatomy arteries axon biceps brachii binds blood flow blood pressure blood vessels body bone brain brainstem calcium called capillaries cardiac cartilage cause cavity cells cerebral cerebral cortex chapter chemical Clinical Application clotting completed this section connective tissue contraction cortex cytoplasm describe disease effects endocrine enzyme example extensor femur FIGURE flexor fluid foramen function gene glands glucose Go On Answer hair heart hormone humerus hypothalamus inferior innervation ions joint kidneys lateral layer ligament limb lobe lumbar medial medulla metabolic molecules motor movement muscle fiber nerve fibers nervous system neurons neurotransmitter nucleus organs osteoblasts oxygen pathways pituitary plasma membrane posterior produce protein pulmonary questions to test RBCs receptors reflex region secretion sensory signals skeletal muscle skin smooth muscle spinal cord stimulates structure superior surface synapse tendon test your understanding thalamus thoracic tract valves veins venous ventricle vertebrae vertebral column


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