Towne projection

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Towne pro·jec·tion

(town),
reverse tilted AP radiographic projection devised to permit demonstration of the entire occipital bone, foramen magnum, and dorsum sellae, as well as the petrous ridges.

Towne,

Edward B., U.S. otolaryngologist, 1883-1957.
Towne projection - anteroposterior radiographic projection devised to demonstrate the occipital bone, foramen magnum, and dorsum sellae, as well as the petrous ridges. Synonym(s): half-axial projection; half-axial view; Towne view
Towne view - Synonym(s): Towne projection