Waters projection

Wa·ters pro·jec·tion

(wă'tĕrz),
a posteroanterior radiographic view of the skull made with the orbitomeatal line at an angle of 37° from the plane of the film, to show the orbits and maxillary sinuses.

Wa·ters pro·jec·tion

(waw'tĕrz prŏ-jek'shŭn)
A posteroanterior radiographic view of the skull made with the orbitomeatal line at an angle of 37 degrees from the plane of the film, to show the orbits and maxillary sinuses.
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Teaching a student to perform a chest radiograph is substantially more difficult than teaching a Waters projection for facial bones.
A routine Waters projection was performed, and a metallic foreign body was discovered in the right orbital region.
This patient presented with general sinus complaints, and the physician ordered a Waters projection of the maxillary sinuses.