For X-ray of the AP scapula, the film size, CR, SID, and CF are:
a. Film Size: 10x12CW (NB); CR: HP; SID: 72 inches; CF: FFC.
b. Film Size: 14x17LW (B); CR: VP; SID: 40 inches; CF: FFC.
Film Size: 10x12LW (B); CR: VP; SID: 40 inches CF: FFC.
d. Film Size: 8x10LW (NB); CR: VP; SID: 40 inches; CF: FFC.
What breathing technique is used when radiographing an AP scapula?
a. Suspended breathing after expiration.
b. Suspended breathing after inspiration.
Hold still; don't move.
d. Gently breathe short shallow breaths.
What is the angle and direction of the central ray when radiographing the PA
b. 20 degrees, cephalic.
30 degrees, caudad.
d. 45 degrees, caudad.
The source to image distance for radiographing the acrioclavicular joint is:
a. 40 inches to the Bucky.
b. 38 inches to the tabletop.
40 inches to the tabletop.
d. 72 inches to the wall buck.