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radt 465

ARRT registry review covering image procedures

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tissue of the bones consist of? osteocytes p.91
synarthrotic joints? immovable, since fibrous tissues connects them there are called fibrous articulations p.91
amphiarthrotic joints? partially moveable, they are cartilaginous p.91
diarthrotic joints? described as synovial, freely moveable p.92
types of diarthrotic joints? gliding (plane), pivot(trochoid), hinge (ginglymus), ball and socket (spheroid) condyloid (ellipsoid) saddle (sellar) p93
the lateral aspect of the distal humerus that presents a raised smooth rounded surface which articulates with the superior surface of the radial head? capitulum P.07
carpal bones? proximal-lateral to medial- Scaphoid, lunate/semilunar, triangular/triguetrum, pisiform, Distal row-laeral to medial- trapezium,trapezoid,captitate,hamate p.96
what does the wrist ulnar deviation show? scaphoid, reduces foreshortening p.103
what does wrist radial deviation show? shows the medial carpal interspaces better p.103
what is the gaynor-hart and what does it show? hyperextention of the wrist with palm verticle, it shows the carpal canal(tunnel), scaphoid, capitiate , triquetrum and pisiform p.103
AP humerus shows what structures? shows the greater tubercle in profile p.105
what is the grashey method and what does it show? it is when the patient is either RPO or LPO and is rotated to affected side 35-45 degrees, it shows the glenohumeral joint and the glenoid cavity well p.106
pelvis is the latin word for ? basin p.115
what is the ring of fibrocartilage along the outer rim of the acetabulum? labrum p.115
what is the ala? wing p.115
what part of the pelvis forms the posteroinferior portion? ischium p.115
what does the pelvic bone outlet projection show and how do you position it? 20-35 degress cephalad for males 30-45 cephalad for females shows the ishial body and ramus, pubic superior and inferior rami p.127
what does the pelvis bone inlet projection show and how do you position it? 40 degrees caudad entering midway between ASIS, shows the entire upper pelvic inlet p.127
what is arthography? contrast examination performed to evaluate soft-tissue joint structures, such as cartilages, menisci, ligaments, and bursae p.129
conditions that need an increase in exposure factors? acromegalty, chronic gout, multiple myeloma, osteochondroma, ostoepetrosis, pagets disease p.131
conditions that need a decrease in exposure factors? arthritis, ewings sarcoma, osteomalacia, osteoporosis, rickets, thalassemia p.131
what is a butterfly fracture? comminuted fx. with one or more wedge or butterfly wing-shaped pieces p/131
what is an avulsion fx? small bony fragment pulled away from bony prominences as a result of forceful pull of attached ligament or tendon p.131
Vertebral arch is made of what? two pedicles and two laminae which encloses the vertebral foramen this all supports two superior articular processes and two inferior articular process and 2 transverse processes and one spinous process p.133
what is a Monteggia's fx? fx of the proximal third of unlar shaft with anterior dislocation of radial head p.132
what is Jones fx? fx to the base of fifth metatarsal p.132
what is the Potts fx? fx to the distal tibia and fibula with dislocation of the ankle joint p.132
Scotty dog parts? oblique lumbar spin shows the apophyseal joints, ear-superior articular process nose-transverse process eye-pedicle neck-pars interarticularis body-lamina front foot-inferior articular process 142
bones of the skull? cranium-14 facial bones, 8 cranial bones
average shape of skull? mesocephalic- petrous pyramids and MSP form a 47 degree.
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