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What are the routine views of the hand?
PA, PA Oblique and lateral (fan for trauma)
What are the routine views for the wrist?
PA, PA oblique and lateral
What are the routine views for the thumb?
AP, PA Oblique and lateral
The proximal process of the proximal ulna which forms the proximal portion of the trochlear notch.
Olecranon process
The more distal process of the proximal ulna which forms the lower portion of the trochlear notch.
Coronoid process
The depression on the lateral aspect of the coronoid process
The radial notch
Rounded end of the distal Ulna
The head of the ulna
Narrower conical projection on the postermedial side of the distal ulna
Ulnar styloid process
Proximal and distal radioulnar joints are what type of joints?
Synovial, pivot, freely moving joints
Humeroulnar joint is what type of joint?
Synovial, hinge, freely moveable
How are the humeral condyles positioned on the AP projection of the forearm?
Parallel to the IR
Evaluation Criteria for AP Forearm
Partially opened elbow joint if should was placed in the same plane
Open radioulnar space
Include wrist and distal humerus
Metocarpalphalangeal joints are what type of joint?
Condyloid (ellipsoid)
Flexion/extension, abduction/adduction and circumduction
CR is directed where on the PA of the hand?
To the 3rd metacarpalphalangeal joint
Technique for a PA and oblique hand.
3 mas @ 60 kv
Technique for the lateral hand
5 mas @ 60 kv
For a PA projection of the 3rd digit, where is the CR directed?
Perpendicular to the proximal interphalangeal joint (PIP).
Name the carpal bones - both names
PROXIMAl ROW:
Scaphoid - Navicular
Lunate - Semilunar
Triquetrum - Triangular
Pisiform (most anterior carpal)
DISTAL ROW:
Trapezium - Greater Multangular
Trapeziod - Lesser Multangular
Capitate - Os Magnum
Hamitate - Unciform
Which carpal bone is the largest?
The Capitate (Os Magnum)
Intercarpal joints are what type of joints?
Gliding, sliding
The radiocarpal joint is what type of joint?
Condyloid, allows flexion, extension, abduction, adduction and circumduction
What is the articulation of the Radiocarpal joint?
The distal radius with the proximal row of carpals (navicular, lunate and triquetrum)
Technique for the PA and oblique of the wrist?
3 @ 60
Technique for the lateral wrist?
4 @ 60
What view of the wrist best demonstrate the navicular (scaphoid)?
PA projection with Ulnar Deviation
Evaluation criteria for the PA of the wrist
Distal radius, ulna, carpals and proximal half of the metacarpals
No rotation in carpals, metacarpals or radius
Open radioulnar joint space
Evaluation criteria for the lateral wrist
Distal radius and ulna, carpals and proximal half of metacarpals
Superimposed distal radius and ulna
Superimposed metacarpals
A 20-degree angulation of the wrist which places the scaphoid at right angles to the CR so that it is projected without self-superimposition is called the ______________
Stecher Method - PA Axial projection
Evaluation Criteria for the PA hand
No rotation of the hand
Open MCP and IP joints
Slightly separate digits with no soft tissue overlap
Evaluation Criteria for the Oblique Hand
Minimal overlap of the 3rd, 4th and 5th metacarpal shafts
Slight overlap of the metacarpal bases and heads
Separation of the 2nd & 3rd metacarpals
Open IP and MCP joints