By Margi Sirois
The guide of Radiographic Positioning for Veterinary Technicians is a transparent concise reference demonstrating right sufferer positioning for regimen radiographic experiences of dogs, tom cat, and unique animal sufferers. images of sufferers in right place, accomplished radiographs, and overlay of anatomical beneficial properties are integrated.
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Labeling • R/L marker within collimated area in inguinal region. • Identification label in caudal region within collimated area. Technique: • Measure at highest point (usually the last rib). Comments: © Delmar/Cengage Learning • Collimated area should not extend beyond dorsal spinous processes, and caudal border must include the cranial aspect of the greater trochanter. Should the patient be too large to include both cranial and caudal landmarks, two radiographs must be taken so that both the cranial and caudal abdomen can be evaluated.
Collimation: • Cranial border: caudal to the wing of ilium and distal to the patella. • Lateral borders: lateral to the ischium. Labeling: Technique: • Measure thickest part of pelvis. © Delmar/Cengage Learning • R/L marker within collimated area away from bony areas. • Detailed permanent identification in caudal region to include American Kennel Club-registered name, number or case number, hospital or veterinarian name, and date radiograph was taken. FIGURE 4-1 Proper positioning for VD-extended hip.
The unaffected top limb is extended up caudally to pull the shoulder off the affected limb. Centering: • Midshaft of the humerus. Collimation: • Proximal to the shoulder joint to distal to the elbow joint. Labeling: • Place cranially. Technique: • Measure midshaft erring on the proximal side. Comments: © Delmar/Cengage Learning • Larger dogs may need two views due to the thickness difference between the elbow and shoulder. Take separate measurements for each of the two views at the thickest area.
Handbook of Radiographic Positioning for Veterinary Technicians by Margi Sirois