The proper patient and part position for an oblique foot is:
a. Patient supine with arm abducted from body, arm in full extension with
epicondyles parallel to tabletop.
b. Patient supine or seated, sole of foot in contact with film holder, part centered.
Patient supine, knee flexed, plantar surface on table, foot centered to unused
portion of film, foot rotated medially, plantar surface 45 degrees.
d. Patient lateral recumbent with affected side down, foot dorsiflexed, foot and
ankle form 90 degree angle.
The technical factors for an AP and a oblique foot is:
a. 10 x 12 LW B.
b. 10 X 12 LW NB.
8 X 10 LW NB.
d. 8 X 10 LW B.
The CR for a lateral foot is:
a. Perpendicular to the film, directed to the first lateral cuneiform.
b. Perpendicular to the film, directed to the first medial cuneiform.
Angled 10 degrees, directed to the first medial cuneiform.
d. Perpendicular to the film, directed to the 3rd metatarsal.
The SID for all the positions discussed in this section is:
a. 72" to the table.
b. 72" to the Bucky.
40" to the table.
d. 40" to the Bucky.
Check Your Answ ers on Next Page