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Things to know for mandible

- 3 views
- AP,
- AP Axial,
- Axiolateral
- Page 404-406

Cassette

- 8x 10 lengthwise

AP Mandible

- Patient supine on table
- Midline with midline
- Tuck chin until the OML is perpendicular with IR
- No rotation or tilt

What is seen

- Mandibular rami
- Lateral portion of body

AP Axial

- 8 x 10 lengthwise
- Shield
- Marker
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- Hold breath

Positioning

- Patient supine
- Midline to midline
- Tuck chin to OML is perpendicular
- No rotation or tilt

What to look for

- Condyloid processes
- Temporomandibular fossae

Axiolateral

- 8 x 10 Crosswise
- 75 @ 5
- Shield
- Marker
- Hold breath
- Collimate to mandible

Positioning

- Rotate the head in a lateral position. ( sometime body has to roll)
- Side of interest on table.
- Extend neck so no imposition of spine

Seen on Film

- Rami
- Body
- And mentum nearest the film

Orbits

- One View Rhese Method
- 8x10
- Shield
- Marker
- 80 @ 18
- Hold breath
- Collimate to area of interest

Positioning

- Patient prone on table
- Place patient’s chin, check and nose against table
- The mid sagittal plane froms a 53 degrees angle with IR
- Acanthiomeatal line perpendicualr to IR

Seen on film

- Optic canal
- Optic foramen

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