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Positioning For Cervical Spine X Rays

13 Questions  I  By Whclinic
Positioning for Cervical Spine X Rays
Test to practice taking X Ray images of the cervical spine. Practice Tube Tilt, Distance, KVP levels, and Positioning.

  
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1.  When taking an AP Cervical Open Mouth X Ray Image, what is the ideal position for the patient?
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2.  When taking Oblique Cervical x ray images the body is at ____ degrees, the tube is at ____ degrees, and the central ray is through _____.
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3.  When taking an Lateral Cervical X Ray Image, what is the Tube Tilt and Distance?
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4.  When taking an AP Cervical Open Mouth X Ray Image, what is the KVP setting?
5.  When taking an AP Cervical Open Mouth X Ray Image, where should the central ray be pointed?
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6.  What does ALARA stand for?
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7.  For the Flexion and Extension images of the Cervical Spine, what is the KVP setting and distance?
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8.  Besides the AP Cervical and the Lateral Cervical images, what are the other commonly taken images of the cervical spine?
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9.  When collimating a Cervical Spine X Ray image, what should the collimation be set to?
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10.  What should the patient instructions be for a Cervical X Ray image?
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11.  When taking a lateral cervical x ray image, where should the central ray be pointed and what should the KVP setting be?
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12.  When taking an AP Cervical Open Mouth X Ray Image, what is the Tube Tilt and Distance?
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13.  When taking a lateral Cervical x ray image, which shoulder should be against the Bucky?
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