Getting an order for mastoids is rare these days. But it still happens occasionally, and when it does don’t be ashamed to pull out your Merril’s. Tissue thickness, superimposing shadows, and awkward patient positioning make the mastoid process a difficult body part to radiograph.
When radiologic technologists are using digital systems to capture images that were ordered by orthopedic surgeons for joint replacement surgery, magnification needs to be considered. There are some specific tools and techniques necessary for this.
This article discusses radiographic positioning to show the heel and ankle for the Radiologic Technologist (X-Ray Tech).
This article discusses radiographic positioning to show the hip and pelvis for the Radiologic Technologist (X-Ray Tech).
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