ANLS 2620 Digital X-Ray Instructions

ANLS 2620 Digital X-Ray Instructions - Dug—RAD...

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Unformatted text preview: Dug—RAD Chiropractic Tools Step by Step Guide Short Explanation of Onyx-RAD Chiropractic Toolbars Iropractlc Too ar Side View Tool — Frontal Shot Angle - This tool is used to find a proper angle for the frontal shot. Normal Frontal Shot Angle Tool —Frontal Shot Angle — This tool is another thod to find the proper angle for the frontal shotJ Cervical Curve Tool — This tool displays a curve, from a circle with a 17 centimeter radius, on a lateral cervical View. Level Tool ~ This tool is used to determine the difference between a line p tted on an image and a level line. ; Vertical Axis —— This tool plots a vertical line at the point picked on the image. Vertebrae Line — This tool plots a vertical line based on five points plotted on the image. Center Point m This tool finds the center point of two plotted points. Measure Compare — This tool measures the distance between a right point and a center point and a left point and a center point, then displays the larger of the” two values. Mark Spot — This tool allows the user to mark as many points as necessary on the image. ' George’s Line 7 This tool is used to draw vertical lines on each vertebra al ng the spine. n . Templates Tool — This tool contains tempiates that can be applied to various images. © 2005 Viztek Imaging Inc. PLOT ALL POINTS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT 5 Onyx—RAD Chiropractic Tools Step by Step Guide A Ilium Analysis Tool — This tool is displays lines and measurements based on 16 oints plotted on a pelvic or full spine image. Gonstead Ruler T0017 This tool allows the user to View and mark any variation in the horizontal plane of each vertebra. , Cervical Curve Tool -— This tool displays a curve, from a circle with a 17 timeter radius, on a lateral cervical View. Lumbar Curve Tool — This tool displays a curve, from a circle with a 22 centimeter radius, on a lateral lumbar View. © 2005 Viztek Imaging Inc. PLOT ALL POINTS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Onyx—RAD Chirogractic Tools Stegby Step Guide Step by Step Ilium Analysis Step 1 Take Full Spine AP View and acquire those into Onyx-RAD system. (Image Acquisition is out offlze scope ofthis document, for help with that look at Onyx-RAD Handbook) Step 2 — Ilium Analysis 1. Left Click on the Ilium Analysis tool. 2. Plot the 16 points listed below. (A left click will plot one point.) Point Descri: tion T00 of the left iliac crest To - of the ri_ht iliac crest Right sacral groove i 5 Center of the first sacral tubercle 6 Lateral border of the left ilia 7 Lateral border of the left sacrum m Medial border of the left ilia _ Lateral border of the right sacrum : ll Lateral border of the right iiia 12 TOp of left femur head 13 Top of right femur head Center of symhysis Most inferior border of left ischia Most inferior border of right ischia © 2005 Viztek Imaging Inc. PLOT ALL POINTS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT 20 OHXX-RAD Chirogractic Tools Ste}; by Steg Guide 3. Upon completion of the 16 points, lines and measurements (in millimeters) are displayed on the image: —Iliac Crest Lines —Lines of Lateral Sacral Border -Horizontal Plane Line of the —Width of Left and Right Ilium Sacrum —Width of Left and Right Sacrum —Femur Head Line —Height of Left and Right Pelvis -Ischium Lines -Vertical difference in height of ~Sacral Center Line femur heads —Lines of Medial Ilia Border —H0rizontal difference between -Lines of Lateral Ilia Border Center of Sacrum and Symphysis f Left Ilium Different: between sacru and symph sis Width of ‘ 'ght Ilium Widt of Left Sacrum 'ght Sacrum Length of (Left and Right) Pelvis © 2005 Viztek Imaging Inc. PLOT ALL POINTS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT - 21 Onyx—RAD Chimpractic Tools Step by Step Guide Step 3 — Gonstead Rule 1. 2. Use the same Full Spin-e AP View that the Gonstead Analysis was performed. Left click on the Gonstead Ruler tool and make sure that the Annotation Edit Mode button ) is turned on. Left click on the image. The Gonstead Ruler tool now appears (shown below.) Onyx-RAD Chiropractic Tools Step bi Step Guide Cervical Curve Tool 1. This tool is used on a lateral View of the cervical spine. Left click on a lateral view in the Series Stacks window and the lateral image will appear in the image viewing area. ' 2. Left click on the Cervical Curve tool. Left click on the first point, which should be the center of the anterior tubercle of the anterior arch. 4. Left click on the second point, which should be the top of the second thoracic vertebrae. 5. The third and final left click will cause the line to curve left or right. Left click to the left side of the spine and the curve will be on the left side. Left click to the right side of the spine and the curve will be on the right side. E“ Point 1 l Point 2 The Cervical Curve tool displays a curve of a circle with the radius of 17 centimeters. This radius can be changed. © 2005 Viztek Imaging Inc. PLOT ALL POINTS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT 23 OnXX—RAD Chiropractic Tools Step by Step Guide Lumbar Curve Tool 1. This tool is used on a lateral View of the lumbar spine. Left click on a lateral View in the Series Stacks window and the lateral image will appear in the image viewing area. Left click on the Lumbar Curve tool. Left click on the first point, which should be the bottom of the twelfth thoracic vertebrae. 4. Left click on the second point, which should be the top of the sacrum. . The third and final left click will cause the line to curve left or right. Left click to the left side of the spine and the curve will be on the left side. Left click to the right side of the spine and the curve will be on the right side. 5“!“ £1} The Lumbar Curve tool works similar to the Cervical Curve tool, but the Lumbar Curve tool displays a curve of a circle with the radius of 22 centimeters. This radius can be changed. ‘ Change Radius of Circle (Change Curve) 1. Left click on the Annotation Edit Mode button. 2. Left click on a point on the curve annotation. 3. Press the ? on the keyboard. 4. Enter the value for the radius of the circle in millimeters. © 2005 Viztek Imaging Inc. PLOT ALL POINTS FROM LEFT T0 RIGHT 24 Onyx-RAD Chiropractic Tools Step by Step Guide General Chiropractic Tools Level Too] 1. Left click on the first point on the image. 2. Left click on the second point on the image. 3. The Onyx—Chin) software Will display a level line and display the discrepancy between the level line and the line created in millimeters. Change the measurement from millimeters, to inches, to degrees: 1. Left click on the Annotation Edit Mode button. 2. Left click on a point on the actual line. The line should change to a purple, dashed line. - 3. Use the action key (‘2 on the keyboard) to change the measurement from millimeters, to inches, to degrees. © 2005 Viztek Imaging Inc. PLOT ALL POINTS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT 32 ...
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