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Positioning For Thoracic Or Dorsal Spine X Rays

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

  
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1.  When taking the "Swimmer's View", what are the instructions given to the patient?
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2.  When taking the AP Thoracic Spine image, what is the OID and the KVP settings?
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3.  When taking the AP Thoracic Spine image, where should the central ray be pointed and where should the top of the film rest in relation to the subject?
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4.  When taking a Lateral Thoracic Spine x ray image, how should the patient be positioned?
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5.  When taking a "Swimmer's View" image, where should the central ray be pointed and what should the tube tilt be?
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6.  Should a patient be sitting or standing for Thoracic spine views?
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7.  What should the instructions be to a patient when taking a AP or Lateral Thoracic Spine view?
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8.  When taking the Lateral Thoracic Spine image, what is the OID and the KVP settings?
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9.  What is the collimation for the AP Thoracic, Lateral Thoracic, and "Swimmer's View" images?
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10.  When taking a x ray of the "Swimmer's View", what should the OID and the KVP settings be?
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11.  When taking the Lateral Thoracic Spine image, where should the central ray be pointed and where should the top of the film rest in relation to the subject?
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B.
C.
D.
12.  What is the patient position for the "Swimmer's View"?
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C.
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13.  The basic images to take of the Thoracic Spine include:
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