The necessary missing info WAS available.

This radiograph does not meet the diagnostic standard due to improper positioning. The chest displays a lordotic presentation, which projects the clavicles above the first rib and the bony thorax projected horizontally. The position marker indicates the patient is standing, so we can assume the x-ray beam is directed horizontally without cephalic anglation. This indicates that the patient is positioned too far away from the image receptor and is leaning into it. To correct improper rib angulations reposition the patient so that the midcoronal plane is parallel with the image receptor. Have the patient bring the hands down to the hips, relax and roll the shoulders towards the image receptor. Relaxing the shoulders depressing the scapulae will bring the clavicles downward. These two changes will project the lungs to their true anatomical position of about 1 inch above the first rib. The reason this radiograph should be repeated is because the patient is not correctly positioned. Another failing seen on this radiograph is poor collimation and no abdominal shielding. The yellow line estimates appropriate the level of vertical collimation in keeping with ALARA. The exposure technique does adequately demonstrate the lungs and vascular markings, and the heart silhouette. The inspiratory effort could be improved by having the patient inhale, exhale, and then inhale before exposure.

Some other companies killed more Germans too.

Nobody is more acutely aware of these facts than the E Co.

Source: W. E. Burghardt Du Bois, (Chicago, 1903).

I still needed a few more embellishments, though. See that Eiffel Tower in the close-up above? I just knew that I had to include it in this shadow box – and it’s Mod Podge too! It’s made from the system of colored meltable sticks that can be used in a hot glue gun or better yet a to fill silicone molds to create custom embellishments. For my Paris shadowbox project, of course, I just had to use the metallic pack that contained ! I used several different Mod Melts molds for my shadowbox, including the and pictured below.

So why spend 120 million to do it again?

The lateral chest radiograph is taken erect with the left side against the image receptor. The left lateral reduces heart magnification as compared to the right lateral. Keep in mind that the side closest to the image receptor is best demonstrated. Although in theory the right lateral is preferred when right lung pathology is of interest, the left lateral is almost exclusively performed in all scenarios. A horizontal x-ray beam allows for distinguishing fluid levels in the chest. The importance of the lateral chest radiograph is that it complements the AP or PA radiograph by providing 90-degree views of the chest. Anterior to posterior viewing of both lung fields is demonstrated. The lateral perspective shows structures such as the anterior and posterior mediastinum, medial lung fields, and costophrenic angles, as well as the thoracic spine. Along with the frontal view, the lateral view allows for a more accurate quantification of fluid when present, extent of disease, measurement of pathology (e.g. nodule, mass), and anterior to posterior viewing of the chest. Therefore, when requested, the technologist should make every effort to include the lateral chest view though this can be very difficult for some patients. The lateral chest radiograph should demonstrate clear lung markings and those structures labeled on the radiograph below:

Decades ago, some 501 veterans sang their version of the song for me.

This radiograph is under penetrated; however, it does not need to be repeated unless the lateral view is flawed. It is desirable that the lower thoracic spine is visible through the heart silhouette. When taken together with a lateral view the unseen medial and anterior portions of the lung will be entirely visualized. Poor collimation is the main criterion that was not met. A dotted broken box indicates the collimation area that would be in keeping with ALARA. Unfortunately, radiographs that meet diagnostic standards are not repeated because of poor collimation as this would add additional dose. Wide collimation was applied in this case because the immobilization brackets are too large for this patient. Always change the brackets to the appropriate size of the infant. This will reduce movement within the immobilization device so better collimation can be applied.

at the airfield suiting-up, and at the map briefing by Lt.

Once the box itself was done, then I turned to its contents. First I printed some of my photos from my trip as 2″ by 3″ photos, with a small border on them, and then adhered them to the background paper using Mod Podge Paper and the largest of the .

Advertising flyer mistake #4: Closing passively

The paper extends onto the back of the shadowbox. I didn’t bother to mitre the corners on the backside. The extension of the paper to the rear of the box is simply to avoid rough or unmatched edges where the box will meet the wall. Instead, there is a nice fold, and the paper stops on the back.