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Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy, 11th Edition

ISBN: 9780323936132
ISBN: 9780323936132
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Gain the knowledge and skills you need to succeed as a radiologic technologist! Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy, 11th Edition provides the essential information that you need to perform hundreds of radiographic procedures and produce clear, diagnostic-quality images. Easy-to-follow guidelines help you learn anatomy and positioning and minimize imaging errors. In fact, each positioning page spotlights just one projection, with bulleted information on the left side of the page and positioning photos, anatomical drawings, and correctly positioned and correctly exposed radiographic images on the right. Written by imaging experts John P. Lampignano and Leslie E. Kendrick, this book also provides excellent preparation for the ARRT® certification examination.
New to this edition
  • NEW! Updated photographs visually demonstrate the latest digital technology used in radiography with new radiographs as well as images of positioning and new equipment.
  • NEW! The latest ARRT content specifications and ASRT curriculum guidelines prepare you for certification exams and for clinical practice.
  • NEW! Updated radiographic projections have been reviewed and recommended by orthopedists, radiologists, educators, and technologists.
  • NEW! Expanded information on the bariatric patient is included, and coverage of outdated technology and positions is eliminated.
Key Features
  • Labeled radiographs (radiographic overlays) identify key radiographic anatomy and landmarks to help you recognize anatomy and determine if you have captured the correct diagnostic information on images.
  • Coverage of the latest ARRT® content specifications and ASRT curriculum guidelines prepares you for certification exams and for clinical practice.
  • Display of just one projection per page in Positioning chapters presents a manageable amount of information in an easily accessible format.
  • Positioning pages for projections show positioning photographs plus radiographic and anatomy-labeled images side-by-side on a single page with written summaries of topics such as clinical indications, technical factors, patient and body part positions, recommended collimation field size, and evaluation criteria.
  • Clinical Indications sections on positioning pages summarize conditions or pathologies that may be demonstrated by structures or tissues in an examination or projection.
  • Evaluation Criteria on positioning pages describe the evaluation/critique process that should be completed for each radiographic image.
  • Pediatric, Geriatric, and Bariatric Patient Considerations help you accommodate unique patient needs.
  • Critique images at the end of positioning chapters test your understanding of common positioning and technical errors found in radiographs.
  • Review questions are provided on the Evolve website.

Περιεχόμενα

Cover image
Title page
Table of Contents
Copyright
Acknowledgments and Dedication
Contributors
Contributors to Past Editions
Preface
How to Use the Positioning Pages
Chapter 1. Terminology, Positioning, and Imaging Principles
PART ONE ◾ Terminology and Positioning
Positioning Terminology
Positioning Principles
PART TWO ◾ IMAGING PRINCIPLES
Factors Affecting Radiographic Quality
RECEPTOR EXPOSURE
SPATIAL RESOLUTION
DISTORTION
Image Signal
Digital Considerations
Postprocessing Options
Image Archiving
PART THREE ◾ Radiation Protection
Radiation Units
Traditional and SI Units
Radiation Safety Practices
Chapter 2. Chest
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiographic Positioning
Routine and Special Projections
Lateral Decubitus Position (AP Projection)—Chest
AP Lordotic Projection—Chest
Anterior Oblique Positions: RAO and LAO—Chest
Posterior Oblique Positions: RPO and LPO—Chest
AP Projection—Upper Airway
Radiographs for Critique
CHAPTER 3. Abdomen
RADIOGRAPHIC ANATOMY
RADIOGRAPHIC POSITIONING
Routine and Special Projections
Routine and Special Projections
LATERAL DECUBITUS POSITION (ANTEROPOSTERIOR PROJECTION)—ABDOMEN
Position
Exposure
Lateral Position—Abdomen
RADIOGRAPHS FOR CRITIQUE
Chapter 4. Upper Limb
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiographic Positioning
Routine and Special Projections
Radiographs for Critique
Chapter 5. Humerus and Shoulder Girdle
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiographic Positioning
Routine and Special Projections
Radiographs for Critique
Chapter 6. Lower Limb
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiographic Positioning
Routine and Special Projections
Radiographs for Critique
CHAPTER 7. Femur and Pelvic Girdle
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiographic Positioning
Routine and Special Projections
Radiographs for Critique
Chapter 8. Cervical and Thoracic Spine
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiographic Positioning
Routine and Special Projections
Radiographs for Critique
Chapter 9. Lumbar Spine, Sacrum, and Coccyx
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiographic Positioning
Radiographs for Critique
Chapter 10. Bony Thorax—Sternum and Ribs
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiographic Positioning
Routine and Special Projections
Radiographs for Critique
Chapter 11. Cranium, Facial Bones, and Paranasal Sinuses
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiographic Positioning Considerations: Cranium
Radiographic Positioning Considerations: Facial Bones and Paranasal Sinuses
Radiographs for Critique—Cranium
Radiographs for Critique—Facial Bones
Radiographs for Critique—Paranasal Sinuses
Chapter 12. Biliary Tract and Upper Gastrointestinal System
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiographic Procedures
RAO Position—Esophagography
LATERAL POSITION—ESOPHAGOGRAPHY
AP (PA) PROJECTION—ESOPHAGOGRAPHY
LAO POSITION—ESOPHAGOGRAPHY
RAO POSITION—UPPER GI SERIES
PA PROJECTION—UPPER GI SERIES
RIGHT LATERAL POSITION—UPPER GI SERIES
LPO POSITION—UPPER GI SERIES
AP PROJECTION—UPPER GI SERIES
CHAPTER 13. Lower Gastrointestinal System
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiographic Procedures
Chapter 14. Urinary System and Venipuncture
Radiographic Anatomy
Venipuncture
Radiographic Procedures
Routine and Special Projections
CHAPTER 15. Trauma, Mobile, and Surgical Radiography
Trauma and Mobile Imaging
Surgical Radiography
Surgical Radiographic Procedures
CHAPTER 16. Pediatric Radiography
Introduction and Principles
Routine and Special Projections
Radiographic Procedures of Pediatric Abdomen
CHAPTER 17. Angiography and Interventional Procedures
Radiographic Anatomy
Angiographic Procedures
Interventional Imaging Procedures
CHAPTER 18. Computed Tomography
Basic Principles
Clinical Application of CT
CT Procedures
CHAPTER 19. Special Radiographic Procedures
Introduction
Arthrography
Biliary Duct Procedures
Hysterosalpingography
Myelography
Other Special Radiographic Procedures
Digital Tomosynthesis
CHAPTER 20. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Modalities
PART ONE◾NUCLEAR MEDICINE (NM)
PART TWO◾POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY (PET)
PART THREE◾RADIATION ONCOLOGY THERAPY
PART FOUR◾DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY
PART FIVE◾MAMMOGRAPHY
Radiographic Positioning
Routine and Special Projections
RADIOGRAPHS FOR CRITIQUE
PART SIX◾BONE DENSITOMETRY
PART SEVEN◾MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (MR)
APPENDIX. Image Receptor Sizes and Orientation for Computed Radiography and Analog Users
References
Index