Tuesday, June 22, 2010

XRAY OF SOME PART OF THE BODY http://www.info-radiologie.ch/ankle_radiograph.php



Ankle radiograph

AP projection.

ankle radiograph, AP projection1, Tibia.
2, Medial Malleolus.
3, Fibula.
4, Lateral Malleolus.
5, Talus.
6, 1st Metatarsal Bone.

Lateral projection.

Ankle radiograph, lateral projection1, Cuneiform Bone.
2, Navicular Bone.
3, Talus.
4, Tibia.
5, Fibula.
6, Calcaneus.
7, Cuboid Bone.

Knee radiograph

Knee Radiograph - AP

Knee Radiograph - AP1, Lateral condyle of femur.
2, Femur.
3, Patella.
4, Medial condyle of femur.
5, Medial intercondylar tubercle of tibia.
6, Tibia.
7, Fibula.

Knee Radiograph - Lateral

Knee Radiograph - Lateral1, Patella.
2, Tuberosity of tibia.
3, Tibia.
4, Femur.
5, Medial condyle of femur.
6, Fibula. 

Hip radiography

Hip radiography, AP view.

Hip Radiography, AP projection
1, Acetabular fossa.
2, Head femoral.
3, Greater trochanter.
4, Lesser trochanter.
5, Femur.
6, Obturator foramen.
7, Inferior pubic ramus.
8, Superior pubic ramus.
9, Sacrum.
10, Iliac wing.


Hip radiography, "frog leg" lateral view.

Hip Radiography, frog leg lateral projection
1, Symphysis pubis.
2, Obturator foramen.
3, Ischium.
4, Lesser trochanter.
5, Femur.
6, Femoral head.
7, Anterior inferior iliac spine.
8, Acetabular fossa.
9, Anterior superior iliac spine.

Pelvis Radiograph

Pelvis radiograph1 Superior Ramus of Right Pubis
2 Symphysis Pubis
3 Inferior Ramus of Left Pubis
4 Left obturator foramen
5 Left lesser Trochanter
6 Left Greater Trochanter
7 Left iliac wing
8 Iliac crest
9 Vertebral Pedicle (Lumbar Spine)
10 Right Sacro-iliac joint
11 Head of right femur 

Foot X-ray

Foot X-ray AP

foot x-ray ap1, Fibula.
2, Cuboid.
3, 5th metatarsal.
4, Tibia.
5, Talus.
6, Navicular.
7, Cuneiform
8, 1st metatarsal
9, proximal phalanx
10, distal phalanx

Foot X-ray oblique

foot x-ray oblique1, Calcaneus.
2, Cuboid.
3, 5th metatarsal.
4, Talus.
5, Navicular.
6, Cuneiform.
7, Interphalangeal joint.

Abdominal X-ray

Abdominal X-ray
1, 11th rib.
2, Vertebral body (TH 12).
3, Gas in stomach.
4, Gas in colon (splenic flexure).
5, Gas in transverse colon.
6, Gas in sigmoid.
7, Sacrum.
8, Sacroiliac joint.
9, Femoral head.
10, Gas in cecum
11, Iliac crest.
12, Gas in colon (hepatic flexure).
13, Psoas margin.


Elbow Radiograph


Elbow Radiograph - AP projection
Elbow Radiograph - AP projection
1, Humerus. 2, Medial epicondyle. 3, Lateral epicondyle. 4, Olecranon fossa. 5, capitellum. 6, Radius. 7, Radial Head.8, Ulna. 9, Olecranon process. 10, Coronoid process. 11, Anterior fat pad (here: fat pad sign).
Elbow Radiograph - Lateral projection
Elbow Radiograph - Lateral projection


  • Wrist radiographs. Image 1
  • Wrist radiographs. Image 2
  • Wrist radiographs.: Image 3
Wrist radiographs. Image 1
Wrist radiographs. Image 1
Previous | Next   1, Ulnar styloid process. 2, Lunate. 3, Radius. 4, Navicular.5, Trapezium (Greater multangular). 6, 1st Metacarpal. 7, Trapezoid (Lesser multangular). 8, Capitate. 9, Hamate. 10, Triquetrum. 11, Pisiform. .
Wrist radiographs. Image 2
Wrist radiographs. Image 2
Previous | Next   1, Ulnar styloid process. 2, Lunate. 3, Radius. 4,Navicular. 5, Trapezium (Greater multangular). 6, Trapezoid (Lesser multangular). 7, Capitate. 8, 5th Metacarpal. 9, Hamate.

Wrist radiographs.: Image 3
Wrist radiographs.: Image 3
Previous | Next   1, Ulnar styloid process. 2, Lunate. 3, Radius. 4,Navicular. 5, Trapezium (Greater multangular). 6, Capitate. 7, 5th Metacarpal. 8, Pisiform. 9, Triquetrum.


Lumbar Spine X-ray

Lumbar spine X-ray, AP projection

lumbar spine X-ray, AP projection1, rib.
2, Transverse process.
3, Pedicle.
4, Spinous Process.
5, Sacrum.
6, Sacroiliac joint.

Lumbar spine X-ray, lateral view

lumbar spine X-ray, Lateral Projection1, Sacrum.
2, Spinous Process.
3, Vertebral body.
4, Intervertebral disc space.
5, Intervertebral foramina.
6, Pedicle.
7, Inferior articulating facet.
8, Superior articulating facet.
9, Rib .

Hand radiography


Hand X-ray - AP view
Hand X-ray - AP
1, Distal phalanx. 2, Distal interphalangeal joint. 3, Middle phalanx. 4, Proximal interphalangeal joint. 5, Proximal phalanx. 6, Metacarpophalangeal joint. 7, Head of 5th metacarpal. 8, Sesamoid bone. 

Forearm X-ray

AP Projection.

forearm x-ray, ap projection
1, Humerus. 2, Radius. 3, Ulna. 4 Navicular Bone 5 Lunate Bone. 6 Triquetrum. 7 Capitatum bone. 8, Metacarpal bone. 9 Metacarpophalangeal joint. 10 Proximal phalangeal joint. 11 Proximal Phalanx. 12 Distal phalanx. Arrow,Fracture.
*, Epiphysial plate.

Lateral projection.

forearm x-ray, lateral projection 

Shoulder X-ray

Shoulder X-ray, AP projection

Shoulder X-ray, AP projection

1, Clavicle. 2, Acromion. 3, Greater tubercle. 4, Lesser tubercle. 5, Neck of Humerus. 6, Humerus. 7, Coracoid Process. 8, Axillary border of scapula. 9, Rib.
Shoulder X-ray, Lateral Projection

Shoulder X-ray: lateral view

1, Coracoid Process. 2, Clavicle. 3, Acromion. 4, Head of Humerus. 5, Humerus. 6, Axillary border of scapula. 

Thoracic spine X-ray. Image 4
Thoracic spine X-ray. Image 4
Previous | Next   Thoracic Spine X-ray: Lateral view. 1,Posterior rib. 2, Vertebral body. 3, Intervertebral discal space.
Thoracic spine X-ray. Image 3
Thoracic spine X-ray. Image 3
Previous | Next   Thoracic Spine X-ray: Lateral view. 1, Right hemidiaphragm. 2, Left hemidiaphragm. 3, Vertebral body. 4, Rib.
Thoracic spine X-ray. Image 2
Thoracic spine X-ray. Image 2
Previous | Next   Thoracic Spine X-ray: AP projection. 1, Gas in Colon (Splenic flexure). 2, Gas in stomach. 3, Left hemidiaphragm. 4, Posterior rib. 5, Pedicle. 6, Spinous process. 7, Transverse process.
Thoracic spine X-ray. Image 1
Thoracic spine X-ray. Image 1
Previous | Next   Thoracic Spine X-ray: AP projection. 1, Left ventricle. 2, Gas in stomach. 3, Right hemidiaphragm. 4, Posterior rib. 5,Clavicle.

Cervical Spine X-Ray: Image 5
Cervical Spine X-Ray: Image 5
Previous | Next
Cervical Spine X-ray, 3/4 (Right Neural Foramina). 1, Clavicle. 2, Rib. 3, Lamina.4, Neural foramina. 5, Uncinate process. 6, Pedicle.

Cervical Spine X-Ray: Image 4
Cervical Spine X-Ray: Image 4
Previous | Next
Cervical Spine X-ray, 3/4 (Left Neural Foramina). 1, Rib. 2, Clavicle. 3, Neural Foramina. 4, Pedicle. 5, Trachea.

Cervical Spine X-Ray: Image 3
Cervical Spine X-Ray: Image 3
Previous | Next
Atlas and odontoid process: AP view (Mouth wide open). 1, Transverse process of C1. 2, Lateral mass of C1. 3, Odontoid. 4, Inferior articular process of C1.5, Superior articular process of C2.

Cervical Spine X-Ray: Image 2
Cervical Spine X-Ray: Image 2
Previous | Next
Cervical Spine X-ray: Lateral view. 1, Vertebral body (TH1). 2, Spinous process of C7. 3, Lamina. 4, Inferior articular process. 5, Superior articular process. 6,Spinous process of C2. 7, Odontoid process. 8, Anterior arch of C1 (Atlas). 9,Trachea.
Cervical Spine X-Ray: Image 1
Cervical Spine X-Ray: Image 1
Previous | Next
Cervical Spine X-ray: AP view. 1, Clavicle. 2, 1st rib. 3, Trachea. 4, Spinous process of C7. 5, Vertebral Body of C5. 6, Uncinate process.

Chest X-ray

Chest x-ray, ap projection

AP Projection.


1, Trachea. 2, Clavicle. 3, 4th posterior rib. 4, Right main bronchus. 5, Right breast shadow. 6, Gastric air bubble. 7,Left hemidiaphragm. 8, Left ventricle. 9, Descending aorta. 10, Left pulmonary artery. 11 Left upper lobe. 12, Left atrium. 13, Right ventricle. 14, Right pulmonary artery and right pulmonary veins. 15, Vertebral body (Thoracic spine).16, Posterior costophrenic angle.

Lateral projection.

Chest x-ray, lateral projection 




Panoramic radiography




Panoramic radiography
1, Condyle (Mandible.) 2, Coronoid Processus (Mandible). 3, Ramus. 4, Angle of the mandibule. 5, Body. 6,Symphysis mentis. 7, Incisor. 8, Canine. 9, Premolar. 10, Molar. 11, Maxillary Sinus. 12, Nasal cavity. 13, Hard palate.
There are 32 permanent teeth in the adult. Each quadrant has 2 incisors, 1 canine, 2 premolars, 3 molars. Teeth are numbred from «mesial» to «distal».

System of notation
RightLeft
Maxillary teeth18 17 16 15 14 13 12 1121 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Mandibular teeth48 47 46 45 44 43 42 4131 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

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