What is the central ray for the ulnar flexion?
a. 15-20 degrees towards the elbow.
VPd. 15-20 degrees towards metacarpals.
The part position for the oblique wrist is:
a. CR perpendicular, directed to the carpal area.
b. The styloids parallel the film with the hand flexed the ulna; the part centered.
Patient seated at the end of the table with hand and arm fully extended.
d. Align hand and wrist to the center of the long axis of the cassette. From a
pronated position, rotate hand and wrist laterally 45 degrees.
For an X-ray of the hand, wrist, and elbow, the CR, SID, and CF remain constant,
as indicated in:
a. CR: VP; SID: 40"; CF: FFC.
b. CR: HP; SID: 45"; CF: FFC.
CR: VP; SID: 30"; CF: FFC.
d. CR: HP; SID: 50"; CF: FFC.