Basic Patient Position
The patient lies supine on the table with the midsaggital
line in the center of the table.
The affected side is raised 45 degrees and supported on pads
with the legs extended or minimally flexed to aid support.
A second projection may be made with the patient rotated
45 degrees onto the affected side and the central ray directed
to a point midway along an imaginary line from the ASIS to the
symphysis on the affected side.
Pelvis Hip Judet's view Patient Position
Meschan, I. 1955 An Atlas of Normal Radiographic Anatomy