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    Radiographic Anatomy - Ankle AP

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    Radiographic Anatomy - Ankle Mortise

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    Radiographic Anatomy - Ankle Lateral

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    nigussiealemayehu Best Radiographic Positioning for better Diagnosis 1 Jun 21 2013, 5:03 AM EDT by gauravchaudhary213
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    There should be best positioning for better Dx at the Radiology department. I will try to give you a high light regarding special positions which are not routinely applied at every radiology department but which are very important to look for the better anatomy of the subject. I need your commitment to attend the training which will be given for the future basis.
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