The technical factor for an AP hip is:
a. 8 x 10 LW grid cassette
b. 10 x 12 CE B.
10 x 12 LW B.
d. 14 x 17 CW B.
The patient and part position for an axiolateral hip (trauma) is the:
a. Patient partially obliqued toward the affected side, thigh abducted and rotated
to make contact with the table; unaffected side supported with foam under the
knee; knee of affected side to draw thigh to about 45 degrees and parallel to
b. Patient supine, unaffected leg flexed and elevated to make contact with table;
pelvis not rotated; cassette placed in crease above iliac crest and adjusted
parallel to the femoral neck.
Patient in supine position; median plane perpendicular to the film; lower
extremeites extended fully with both feet and legs rotated 15 degrees
d. Patient in supine position; arms at sides or across upper chest; midsagittal
plane of patient to center line of film; long axis of feet and lower limb rotated
internally 15 to 20 degrees.
The CR for an axiolateral hip (trauma) is:
a. Horizontal perpendicular.
b. Verticle perpendicular.
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