radiographic projection

radiographic projection

the path taken by an x-ray beam as it passes through the body. For example, an anteroposterior projection refers to a beam that enters the anterior (front) of the body and exits the posterior (back).
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This ventrodorsal radiographic projection of a green-winged macaw was taken at the referring veterinarian 2 days before presentation to the LSUVTH.
Furthermore, studies have evaluated the influence of radiographic projection geometry on the estimation of the quality of root canal treatment (13-17).
To obtain 2D radiographic projection data, the C-arm performs a sweep around the patient e.
The course of the vessel as seen by the antero-posterior radiographic projection resembles a parallelogram with the arc of the vessel under the levatorpalpebrae superiorbeingreferred to as the second segment.
In addition, a significant amount of radiographic projection error further limits their accuracy.
Perhaps the most important aspect of integration is the possibility that the receptor system may share information about how the radiographic projection was generated.
Radiographic projection (leg) Lateral Oblique Oblique Joint angle Species (cranial) (cranial) (caudal) Hip Amazons 8.
The results identified the highest-rated radiographic projection to be the parietoacanthial projection or Waters method.
Special radiographic projections such as carpal tunnel, scaphoid or supinated oblique view are indicated if routine AP and lateral views fail to demonstrate a fracture (5).
Three radiographic projections (laterolateral right (RLL), laterolateral left (LLL) and ventrodorsal (VD) were performed, except in dyspneic animals in which only dorsoventral positioning was performed.
Comparison of six radiographic projections to assess femoral head/neck asphericity.