By Margi Sirois
The guide of Radiographic Positioning for Veterinary Technicians is a transparent concise reference demonstrating right sufferer positioning for regimen radiographic reports of canines, pussycat, and unique animal sufferers. images of sufferers in right place, accomplished radiographs, and overlay of anatomical positive factors are integrated.
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Delmar/Cengage Learning Handbook of Radiographic Positioning for Veterinary Technicians FIGURE 5-35 CrCd projection of the radius and ulna. Humerus Carpus Metacarpals © Delmar/Cengage Learning Radius/ulna FIGURE 5-36 Anatomical features and landmarks: humerus, radius/ulna, carpus, and metacarpals. 53 54 Chapter 5 : Forelimb Radiographs Lateral Projection of the Radius and Ulna Positioning: • Patient in lateral recumbency with affected limb down. • Unaffected limb extended caudodorsally. Centering: • Midshaft of the radius and ulna.
Collimation: • Cranial border: halfway between the caudal border of scapula and the xiphoid. • Dorsal border: spinous processes of vertebral column. • Ventral border: sternum. Labeling • R/L marker within collimated area in inguinal region. • Identification label in caudal region within collimated area. Technique: • Measure at highest point (usually the last rib). Comments: © Delmar/Cengage Learning • Collimated area should not extend beyond dorsal spinous processes, and caudal border must include the cranial aspect of the greater trochanter.
FIGURE 5-7 Proper positioning for CdCr projection of the scapula CdCr. © Delmar/Cengage Learning Handbook of Radiographic Positioning for Veterinary Technicians FIGURE 5-8 CdCr projection of the scapula CdCr. Acromion Humerus © Delmar/Cengage Learning Scapula FIGURE 5-9 Anatomical features and landmarks: humerus, acromion, and scapula. 39 40 Chapter 5 : Forelimb Radiographs Lateral Projection of the Scapula Positioning: • Patient is in lateral recumbency with affected scapula up. • Unaffected leg is extended forward.