Tib/Fib

Tib/Fib

This quiz examines the tibia and fibula with various projections positions

published on November 17, 201144 responses 1 5.0★ / 5

What projection of the leg shows distal articulations of the tibia and fibula moderately overlapped?

ap projection
lateral projection
ap oblique position

What projection of the leg shows distal fibula lying over the posterior half of the tibia?

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ap projection
lateral projection
ap oblique position

What leg degree is the ap oblique projection of the leg?

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25
30
45

Which ap oblique projection shows the maximium interosseus space between the tibia and fibula?

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Ap oblique projection-medial rotation
Ap oblique projection-lateral rotation
lateral projection
ap projection

What ap oblique projection shows fibula superimposed by lateral portion of tibia?

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Ap oblique projection-medial rotation
Ap oblique projection-lateral rotation
lateral projection
ap projection

In ap projections of knee for large patients, which degree and direction should the cr enter?

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5 degrees caudad
perpendicular
5 degrees cephalad

In ap projections of knee for medium patients, which degree and direction should the cr enter?

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5 degrees caudad
perpendicular
5 degrees cephalad

In ap projections of knee for small patients, which degree and direction should the cr enter?

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5 degrees caudad
perpendicular
5 degrees cephalad

What is the cr direction and angle for the knee for PA projection?

 
directed at an angle5-7 degrees caudad to exit .5 inch below the patellar apex
perpendicular
30 degrees cephalad exiting mid patellar

For lateral projection of the knee:

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patient turns onto the affected side
patient turns onto the unaffected side

What projection shows a lateral image of the distal end of the femur, patella, knee joint, proximal ends of the tibia and fibula?

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Ap oblique projection-medial rotation
Ap oblique projection-lateral rotation
lateral projection

What projection requires standing pa flexion?

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Rosenberg Method, weight bearing
Holmblad method
camp coventry

T/F Ap oblique projection demonstrates an open knee joint?

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true
false

Ap oblique projection, lateral rotation shows fibula superimposed over the lateral half of the tibia. T/F

true
false

T/F Ap oblique projection,medial rotation shows tibia and fibula seperated at their proximal articulation

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true
false

Which PA axial projection(intercondylar foss) requires patient to assume a kneeling position on the radiographic table?

camp coventry method
Holmblad method
Beclere method

Which PA axial projection (intercondylar fossa)requires patient to assume a prone position on radiographic table with foot elevated?

camp coventry method
Holmblad method
Beclere method

Name of ap axial projection of intercondylar fossa?

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Beclere method
camp coventry method
Holmblad method

Which projection shows both knee caps?

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merchant method
Beclere method
camp coventry method