Diagnostic Imaging Positioning

Can you name the Diagnostic Imaging Exam 1?

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When placing a marker on a cassette for craniocaudal views, it should be placed on the _____ aspect of the extremity
A view of the front limb below the carpus with the beam entering from the cranial side should have what label?
in ML or LM views, the marker should be placed on the _____ aspect
_______ is the term for sizing the x-ray beam to the area of interest
T or F: Collars should be left on the animal to more easily hold on to them
minimum number of views for thorax when dz present
minimum number of views needed in most animals
The first letter in the positioning abbreviation designates where the x-ray beam (enters/exits) the body
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preferred form of restraint
superimposed ribs occur if the _____ is level with the _____
A view of the rear limb below the tarsus with the beam entering from the cranial side should have what label?
when above the carpus / tarsus what two terms can be used to describe the view of a limb if not medial-lateral or lateral-medial
in lateral views R/L marker is pleced to match the side (up/down)
This instrument is used to measure the area being radiographed
The area of interest should be (closest / farthest) from the film

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