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RADT 465 Procedures

ARRT Review Covering Radiographic Procedures

QuestionAnswer
Describes the path of the central ray, for example PA (pg. 81) Projection
Refers to the body's physical position, for example recumbent (pg. 81) Position
Turning of the body or arm so that the palm faces forward with the thumb away from the midline of the body. (pg. 83) Supination
Bending motion of an articulation, decreasing the angle between associated bones. (pg. 84) Flexion
With the patient recumbent and head positioned at a lower level than the feet, the patient is in the _________ position. (pg. 89) Trendelenburg
The best way to control voluntary motion is: (pg. 89) Careful explanation
The lower portion of the costal margin is approximately at the same level as that of the: (pg. 89) Third lumbar vertebra
How many phalanges are there on one hand? (pg. 95) 14
With arthritis, do you increase or decrease your exposure factors? (pg. 131) Decrease
With Paget disease, do you increase or decrease your exposure factors? (pg. 131) Increase
With Rickets, do you increase or decrease your exposure factors? (pg. 131) Decrease
fractured end of the bone has penetrated skin (pg. 131) Compound
break of cortex on one side of bone only; found in infants and children (pg. 131) Greenstick
one fracture composed of several fragments (pg. 131) Comminuted
Fracture just proximal to head of fifth metacarpal (pg. 132) Boxer
Fracture at the base of the fifth metatarsal (pg. 132) Jones
Fracture distal tibia and fibula with dislocation of ankle joint (pg. 132) Potts
How many bones are in the vertebral column? (pg. 133) 33
C1 is considered the : (pg. 135) atlas
C2 is considered the: (pg. 135) axis
The eye of the scotty dog is the: (pg.142) Pedicle
The nose of the scotty dog is the: (pg. 142) Transverse process
TRUE or FALSE ribs one through seven articulate with the thoracic vertebrae. (pg. 146) TRUE
Anchor for 8 cranial bones (pg. 151) sphenoid
How many cranial bones are there? (pg. 150) 8
How many facial bones are there? (pg. 154) 14
Which of the paranasal sinuses is composed of man thin-walled air cells? (pg. 211) Ethmoid
The apex of the heart is formed by the: (pg215) Left Ventricle
The method by which contrast-filled vascular images are removed from superimposition upon bone is called: (pg. 214) Subtraction
The contraction and expansion of arterial walls in accordance with forceful contraction and relaxation of the heart is called: (pg. 214) Pulse
The lower GI tract is most often examined by ______ filling with barium sulfate and air. (pg. 187) Retrograde
The shortest portion of the small intestines: (pg. 179) duodenum
Created by: jkcottongim