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Page 1. Cervical Vertebra (Halsrygg). Write beside (or on) each image which projection. Page 2. Cervical Vertebra (Halsrygg). Describe and mark criterias for each image. Cervical Vertebra (Halsrygg). Page 3. Mark: 1 dens 2 atlas 3 intervertebral foramen 4 trensverse process.

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Cervical Vertebra (Halsrygg)

Write beside (or on) each image which projection


Page 2

Cervical Vertebra (Halsrygg)

Describe and mark criterias for each image


Cervical Vertebra (Halsrygg)

Page 3

Mark:

1 dens

2 atlas

3 intervertebral foramen

4 trensverse process

5 spinosus process

6 corpus vertebra

7 mandibula


Lumbar Vertebrae

(ländrygg)

Mark:

1 costa XI sin

2 transverse process LII

3 Sacroiliac joint

4 spinous process LIII

Are there other projections

normaly taken at lumber spine?


Page 1

Wrist (Handled) 2 examinations

A. Describe what is important in positioning of the wrist (and why).

B. The cristrias are not met in either of the lateral projections. Describe how this should be corrected.


Page 2

Wrist (Handled) 2 examinations

C: Mark

1) radius

2) ulna

3) scafoideum

4) distal os metacarpale V

5) ulnar styloid process

6) caput ulna

7) carpals


Page 1

Elbow (armbåge)

A. Two projections: 1) AP and 2) lateral - write the numbers above the images.

B. Are the criterias met? (Motivate - write or draw on the images)

What do you do to fulfil the criterias?


Page 2

Elbow (armbåge)

C: Mark

1) ulna (on both images)

2) radius (on both images)

3) olecranon process

4) coronoid process

5) humerus

6) medial epicondyle

7) trochlea


Page 1

Knee (knä)

A. Four projections: 1) AP (anterior-posterior), 2) lateral,

3) AP oblique medial rotation 4) AP oblique lateral rotation.

Which are 1-4, write the numbers on the images.

B. Are the criterias met?

(Motivate - write or draw on the images)

What do you do to fulfil the criterias?


Page 2

Knee (knä)

C: Mark

1) tibia

2) fibula

3) patella

4) medial tibia condyle

5) medial femoral condyle

6) lateral femoral epicondyle

7) intercondylar eminence


Ankle (Fotled)

Page 1

A. Four projections: 1) AP (anterior-posterior), 2) lateral, 3) AP oblique medial rotation 20- degree, 4) AP oblique lateral rotation 45- degree. Which are 1-4, write the numbers above the images.

B. Are the criterias met? (Motivate - write or draw on the images) What do you do to fulfil the criterias?


Ankle (Fotled)

Page 2

C. Mark:

1) tibia

2) fibula

3) talus

4) calcaneus

5) lateral malleolus

6) medial malleolus

7) tibiotalar joint

8) tibiofibular joint


Ankle

What's special with this images?


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Chest (pulm, lunga)

PA and lateral projection

What are the criterias for these images?

Are the criterais met?

What do you do to fulfil the criterias?


Page 2

What projection?

When is this projection used?


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