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The Skull

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  1. The Skull

  2. Things to know • 3 views • AP • AP axial • Lateral

  3. AP • 10 X 12 lengthwise • 80 @ 18 • Shield • Marker • Hold breath

  4. Positioning • Patient Supine on table • Flex neck until the OML is perpendicular to IR • Mid line to Mid line • No rotation or tilt

  5. CR perpendicular Enter at Glabella SID 40 Collimate to outer skull

  6. Seen on Film • Frontal bone

  7. AP Towne • 10 X 12 lengthwise • 80 @ 20 • Shield • Marker • Hold breath

  8. Positioning • Patient supine on table • Mid line to midline • Depress chin until OML is perpendicular to IR • No rotation or titling • Ensure vertex of skull in light field

  9. CR 30 Degrees caudad 2 1/1 inches above the glabella SID 40

  10. Seen on film Occipital bone

  11. Lateral • 10 x 12 Crosswise • 80 @ 10 • Shield • Marker • Hold breath • Collimate to skull margins

  12. Positioning • Patient is prone on table • Turn head with side of interest near the IR • Interpupillary line perpendicular to IR • Mid-line to Mid-line • No rotation or tilt • Make sure the external occipital protuberance and the nasion or glabella is equal distance from table

  13. CR perpendicular to IR 2 inches above the EAM SID 40

  14. Seen on film • Lateral cranium nearest IR • Sella turcica in profile