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The patient is in the right posterior oblique position as part of the cervical series, the SID is 72" cephalad.
The patient in the above question is positioned to demonstrate left facets.
Right anterior cervical oblique = R IVF
Right posterior cervical oblique = L IVF (Lumbars opposite)
The AP lumbar view demonstrates a right scoliosis. We will position the patient?
So the right shoulder is nearest the film.
A shield is made up of ___ and ___ x-rays.
lead and absorps x-rays
The main contact for lumbar retrolisthesis with the patient in side posture?
Thumb index contact, spinous process
Line of drive for Luschka trauma at C5, C6 is?
When using the prone single mammillary adjustment for L5, spinous right, the doctor's superior hand contact would be where?
9th and 10th ribs
When adjusting a posterior ilium with prone A, the doctor contacts the patients PSIS with
The inferior hand, pisiform
which of the following is defined as the lateral projection, temporal facing of one eye as the patient looks forward?
Exotropia (aka Strabismus)
which reflex demonstrates eyes converging on a near object, accompanied by pupullary constriction?
Accommodation reflex
Antibodies are produced by
B Lymphocytes