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All Chapter I
No normal class meeting.
All meet at 3:45. All Chapter II
All Chapter III All Chapter IV (no x-ray positioning or radiographic aids)
All Chapter V (except child adjusting and contraindications/cautions)
All Chapter VI
All Chapter VIII (static only)
I recommend you preview Chapter IX
The upper cervical analysis of the nasium film shows:
a. The superior basic line is always perpendicular to the vertical median line.
b. The superior basic line is always drawn through the condyle tip that is most inferior on the
c. The inferior basic line is drawn through points representing the medial-inferior tips of the
atlas lateral mass.
d. The vertical median line is constructed through the “+” sign and the center of the nasal
e. The perpendicular skull line constructed 90° from the ocular orbit line.
Given the following information: RI: CW, 3” pivot, tissue pull taken with right hand, an
element of the LOC is S-I. What is the listing?
Spinous right -body pivot*, ESL
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course TECHNIQUE 62603 taught by Professor Bhogal during the Winter '11 term at Palmer Chiropractic.
- Winter '11