MATCHING. For exercises 13 through 18, match the position with the anatomical
structure(s) that the position demonstrates. Enter the letter that corresponds to your
choice in the space provided. There is one extra alternative that will not be used
____ AP shoulder with
a. Possible separation of AC joints.
b. Lateral view of the head and
neck of proximal humerus.
____ Lateral scapula
c. Full length humerus in lat.
position, lesser tubercle in
____ AP clavicle
d. Oblique view of carpals.
____ Inferiorsuperior axial
projection of shoulder
e. Lat. scapula free of rib cage.
____ Acromioclavicular joints
f. Frontal view of proximal humerus
and Lat. 2/3 of the clavicle and
____ Lateral humerus
g. Clavicle and acromioclaviclar joints.
MULTIPLE CHOICE. For exercises 19 through 24, select the ONE word or phrase
that BEST completes the statement or BESTjanswers the question.
For the AP shoulder-internal rotation, the correct part position is:
a. Shoulder joint centered, abduct extended arm slightly, then externally rotate
arm until epicondyles are parallel to film.
b. Position patient so that the coracoids process is at mid point of cassette. Top
of film 2 inches above top of shoulder; internally rotate arm until epicondyles
are perpendicular to film.
Position the patient so that the coronoids are centered to the film with the
epicondyles are perpendicular to the film.
d. Position the patient so that the coronoids are centered to the film with the
epicondyles are parallel to the film.