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What best characterizes an MRI ? sigittal, frontal, and cross-sectional images are produces using magnetic and radio waves.
Which of the following is true of a radiopaque substances? absorbs most of the x-rays it is exposed to
In a AP view, x-rays pass_____. From the Front to the Back of the Body.
What is an (in-Vivo) test ? Experiments are performed in a living organism.
Radiopaque substances are given and X-rays taken during ? Contrast Studies
X-rays of the renal pelvis and urinary tract after injecting dye into a vein is? IVP
During Cholangiography the _____ is (are) imaged. bile vessels (ducts)
A substance that permits the passage of x-rays is called_____. Radiolucent
What types of imaging uses high frequency inaudible sound waves bounce off body tissues and are the recorded to give information about the anatomy of an internal organ Ultrasonography
X-rays beams are focused on the body onto a screen that glows as a result of the ionizing effect of x-rays during_____. Fluoroscopy
The medical specialty that studies the characteristics and uses of radioactive substances in diagnosis of disease is _____? Nuclear Medicine
A substance that obstructs the passage of X-rays is called ? RaidioPaque
During an Angiography ____ are Imaged? blood vessels or heart chambers
Use of Motion pictures techniques to record x-ray images is ? Cineradiography.
A radiologist _____. specializes in diagnostic techniques such as ultrasound, MRI, and CT scans
During an arthrography ____ is ( are ) imaged. joints
Which best describes a Barium enema? A lower GI series using an enema containing barium sulfate.
What is the meaning of adduction ? moving the part away from the midline.
What best characterizes a CT scan ? using ionizing X-rays and a computer to produce a transverse image of the body organs
In a lateral view , x-rays pass___ from one side of the body to the other
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