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RADT465 Direct Study

Unit 4-Image Procedures

Pattern of scarring and dense nodules Silicosis (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Calcifications involving the pleura Asbestosis (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Small opaque spots throughout lungs Anthracosis (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Another name for Anthracosis Black Lung (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Regions of calcification with cavitation, in the upper lobes and apices with upward retraction of hila Reactivation (Secondary) Tuberculosis (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Small opaque spots throughout lungs, enlargement of hilar region in early stage Primary Tuberculosis (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Commonly called hyaline membrane disease (HMD) in children Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Sudden blockage of artery in lungs Pulmonary Emboli (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Fluid in the lungs Pulmonary Edema (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Increased diffuse radiodensity in hilar regions, air-fluid levels Pulmonary Edema (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Lung displaced from chest wall, no lung markings Pneumothorax (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Side that is up with possible pneumothorax Affected side up (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Pleural effusion, fluid is blood Hemothorax (Bontrager, 7th ed., p. 88)
Narrowing of the epiglottic region Epiglottitis (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Lung markings with "dry" pleurisy None (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.88 )
Pleural effusion, fluid is pus Empyema (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.86 )
Extends from level of C6 to T4/T5 Trachea (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.73 )
Ring of cartilage that forms the inferior and posterior wall of larynx, attached to the first ring of cartilage of the trachea Cricoid (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.72 )
As diaphragm moves downward, volume in the thoracic cavity _________ and ________ the intrathoracic pressure Increases, decreases (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.78)
Number of pairs of ribs 12 (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.70 )
Most common of the inherited diseases, heavy mucus secretions that clog bronchi and bronchioles Cystic Fibrosis (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.86 )
Mechanical Obstruction Aspiration (Bontrager, 7th ed., p. 85)
The _____ primary bronchus is wider and shorter then the _______ Right, left (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.74 )
How many lobes in the right lung 3 (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.75 )
Pleural sac lining the inner surface of the chest wall and diaphragm Parietal pleura (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.75 )
This vein returns blood to the heart from the lower half of the body Inferior Vena Cava (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.77)
AP chest projection increases magnification of the __________ Heart shadow (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.94 )
CR for chest T7 (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.90 )
CR angle for AP Chest projection 5 degrees caudad (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.94 )
Posterior Oblique best visualizes side ________ to IR closest (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.98 )
Breathing instructions for upper airway slow, deep inspiration (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.99 )
This position shows the same anatomy as the RAO LPO (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.98 )
Side of interest for anterior oblique position Farthest away from IR (Bontrager, 7th ed., p. 97)
If ribs not superimposed, what positioning error was made? Excessive rotation (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.82 )
This vein returns blood to the heart from the upper half of the body Superior Vena Cava (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.77 )
This double-walled sac surrounds the heart and the roots of the great vessels Pericardial sac (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.77 )
This is considered a temporary organ, functions in childhood and puberty Thymus gland (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.73 )
Point of bifurcation of the trachea Carina (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.74 )
Which primary bronchus is a foreign object most likely to get lodged Right (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.73 )
The _______ is posterior to the trachea Esophagus (Bontrager, 7th ed., p.71 )
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