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X – Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View

Overview Brief

The X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View is taken by keeping the left foot at an angle to determine if there are any fractures or issues in the bone structure.

What is X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View?

The X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View makes use of radiation to highlight the bones and the soft tissues in one’s foot and take images of it. An X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View is recommended to someone experiencing sharp pain their foot, inflammation of the joints, a possible fracture due to a trauma, or something that’s hard to figure out in the physical examination. At times, X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View is suggested as an extension of the physical examination to determine the course of the patient’s treatment. [1]

How is X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View performed?

The X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View is performed in the following way:

  • The patient is asked to stand upright.
  • The patient’s foot is placed on a table at a 45 degrees angle and then, pictures are taken.

The process is short and takes 15-20 minutes to complete. [2]

Side effects/risks of X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View

The X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View isn’t a risky process as the exposure to radiation is minimal but it might affect someone who’s pregnant.

Preparation before performing X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View

You can prepare for the X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View in the following way:

  • Wear comfortable or loose clothes for the procedure.
  • Take off all the metal jewelry as it might cause issues with the X-Ray process. [3]

Post-care after X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View

One can resume their daily activities after their X-Ray Left Foot AP Obl. View.

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