The skull base film is taken on the bottom of the skull to observe the cranial fossa in the skull base. When the X-ray machine is in working condition, the warning indicator on the radiation chamber door will be on. At this time, the patient will wait outside the protective door and do not wait for the film in the inspection room. If the patient does not need special care, the family should not enter the examination room to accompany them to reduce unnecessary radiation.Basic Information
Specialist classification: neurological examination classification: X-ray
Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: not fastingReminder: X-ray examination is required for treatment diagnosis, and lead protection products should be worn. Normal value
No oval, spine, ruptured, pterygoid and vertebral and middle ear mastoids and other abnormal holes were found.Clinical significance
Some posterior fossa structures such as the foramen ovale, spine, rupture, pterygoid and osteology, and middle ear mastoid can be clearly displayed. The internal auditory hall is also often shown to be better. Nasopharyngeal carcinoma often has skull base destruction.
People who need to be examined: dysphagia, hearing loss, pharyngeal foreign body sensation, pharyngitis, glossitis, phlegm, headache, dizziness, syncope, coma, abnormal breathing.Precautions
Taboo before inspection: X-rays have certain radiation and need to be mentally prepared. X-ray examination is required for treatment diagnosis, and lead protection products should be worn. Protect the non-illuminated parts, especially the areas sensitive to X-ray reactions such as gonads and thyroids, and wear protective equipment.
Requirements for inspection: Obey the doctor's instructions to check. When the X-ray machine is in working condition, the warning indicator on the radiation chamber door will be on. At this time, the patient will wait outside the protective door and do not wait for the film in the inspection room. If the patient does not need special care, the family should not enter the examination room to accompany them to reduce unnecessary radiation.Inspection process
Preparation before photography:
No special preparation is required for the skull, chest, limbs and other parts.
When photographing the abdomen, lower spine, pelvis, and urinary tract, the contents of the intestine must be removed, otherwise the diagnosis will be affected.
Carefully check the patient's name, gender, age, and location.
Select the appropriate size of the cassette according to the inspection site.
Place the number, date, and left and right markers.
The choice of grids, where the thickness is generally more than 12 cm, requires a grid.
Remove clothing or substances that affect X-ray penetration, such as hairpins, ornaments, ointments, and dressings (as appropriate).
Select the appropriate exposure conditions, focus size, kilovolts, milliamps, time, focus - slice distance.
The part of the photography related to breathing (such as the chest and abdomen) should be trained to exhale, inhale, and hold your breath.
Position the position, measure the center line, and start the machine exposure. Recording conditions are recorded after the photography is completed.Not suitable for the crowd
Inappropriate crowd: pregnant women, teenagers.Adverse reactions and risks