RADD 2612 Extremities Review - • A-P Leg view Patient...

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REVIEW FOR 2612 EXTREMITIES
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Name the view?
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A-P ANKLE
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DIRECTION OF CR?
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MEDIAL TO LATERAL AIMED AT THE BASE OF THE FIRST METATARSAL
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IDENTIFY #6
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FIRST CUNEIFORM
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IDENTIFY #9
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SUPERIOR PUBIC RAMI
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IDENTIFY #12
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ADDUCTOR TUBERCLE
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NAME THE VIEW
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FROG LEG HIP
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NAME THE VIEW
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LATERAL FOOT
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IDENTIFY #7
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DOME OF THE TALUS
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Tube tilt?
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Cephalad 5-7 degrees
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Name the view on the left?
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Unformatted text preview: • A-P Leg view Patient positioning? • Affected side nearest to the bucky with the weight on the opposite leg. The knee will be slightly bent. Direction of the CR • A-P Name the view • Lateral knee Name the view • Internal shoulder rotation CR is aimed at? • 2 nd metacarpalphalangeal joint...
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