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Old 05-15-2014, 06:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What do you guys think?



Excellent? Good? Fair?
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I would guess (no expert, just learning more everyday) excellent based on fit but good based on coverage. Lets see how they add up.
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I am not an expert. However, I know by looking the positioning is incorrect. The doctor's who don't KNOW BETTER and are not experts do it wrong !!!

The rear legs need to be held practically flat to the table and they are up four inches. Poor positioning in my opinion. There again, no expert, if OFA says the positioning is CORRECT, then I would apologize, but for now, WRONG !

The guy died, the expert. Dr. Gardinia. He knew how the dog needed to be laid, legs spread out as far as possilbe, to get the right shot.

Sorry, but were at a 45 degree angle, not flat to the table..And there straight back, not fully extended outward..

edit: See how the leg bone touches the pelvic bone. It should be away as far as possible..

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I am not an expert. However, I know by looking the positioning is incorrect. The doctor's who don't KNOW BETTER and are not experts do it wrong !!!

The rear legs need to be held practically flat to the table and they are up four inches. Poor positioning in my opinion. There again, no expert, if OFA says the positioning is CORRECT, then I would apologize, but for now, WRONG !

The guy died, the expert. Dr. Gardinia. He knew how the dog needed to be laid, legs spread out as far as possilbe, to get the right shot.

Sorry, but were at a 45 degree angle, not flat to the table..And there straight back, not fully extended outward..

edit: See how the leg bone touches the pelvic bone. It should be away as far as possible..


Huh?? I think the position is pretty darn good for an OFA view.

Can you provide a picture of how you think they should be positioned? I am not understanding what you are explaining.

OP. I would bet they go Good, maybe excellent, even, nice full coverage.


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Old 05-15-2014, 07:36 PM   #5 (permalink)
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lol..there is nothing wrong with the positioning. HAHAHAHA! I say excellent.
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:36 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Good to Excellent.
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I am not an expert. However, I know by looking the positioning is incorrect. The doctor's who don't KNOW BETTER and are not experts do it wrong !!!

The rear legs need to be held practically flat to the table and they are up four inches. Poor positioning in my opinion. There again, no expert, if OFA says the positioning is CORRECT, then I would apologize, but for now, WRONG !

The guy died, the expert. Dr. Gardinia. He knew how the dog needed to be laid, legs spread out as far as possilbe, to get the right shot.

Sorry, but were at a 45 degree angle, not flat to the table..And there straight back, not fully extended outward..

edit: See how the leg bone touches the pelvic bone. It should be away as far as possible..
What?? The hip positioning is good.
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:42 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Well considering these were done by THE genetic and reproductive expert in my area...I'll trust him on positioning more than a non expert from Hamburger.

Thanks for all the replies so far!
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[QUOTE=gsdsar;5523506]Huh?? I think the position is pretty darn good for an OFA view.

Can you provide a picture of how you think they should be positioned? I am not understanding what you are explaining.

OP. I would bet they go Good, maybe excellent, even, nice full coverage.


Spread out. Like a ten pound weight on the knees. Stand on the top and push the legs spread eagle outward to the stainless steel table, again my opinion...

EDIT : This will clear the misunderstanding on my part, when I am incorrect - I am man enough to admit it !

http://leerburg.com/pdf/hipplacementforxrays.pdf

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Old 05-15-2014, 08:30 PM   #10 (permalink)
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My Female's Hips-imageuploadedbypg-free1400200214.601033.jpg
These are my girls hips. She got a great report.... So based on that I'd say yours look great as we'll


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