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General X-ray protocols

Abdomen + Renal

Trauma Protocol
  • Abdomen - Supine - Expiration
  • Abdomen - Renal Area - Inspiration
Supplementary views
  • 30' Oblique - Renal area (Supine Pt., raise unaffected side)


Paediatric Protocol
  • Abdomen - Supine - Expiration
  • Abdomen - Renal Area - Inspiration


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sahar8902 breathing technique for supine abdomen x-ray 3 Jun 24 2009, 10:06 AM EDT by synoptic
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A supine abdomen x-ray is taken in expiration whereas a supine renal abdomen for control film in IVU is taken in inspiration. what is the reason behind this?
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