Venogram And CT Anagiography

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As far as procedures that I could observe, I watched an XR chest with lateral rotation, C/T of the pelvis w/o contrast, Venogram/CT angiography, shoulder x-ray, chest x-ray, MRI of the head with contrast, X-ray of the left knee and lastly an x-ray of the L 3-5 and pelvis in both open and rotated position. The first procedure had the sole purpose of creating an image of the shoulder joint with the focus on the acromion of the joint and the spacing within the joint. The second procedure was to allow for the visualization of possible injury to the pelvis from a motor vehicle accident in which the patient had a chief complaint of pain in the hip area. The Venogram was for determining the state of the veins and possible deep vein thrombosis (DVT).
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