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RADT465 Procedures

ARRT registry review covering radiographic procedures content area

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In which view are the proximal radius and ulna free of superimposition lateral oblique elbow
Once pacemaker electrodes are introduced, where are the advanced to right ventricle
Once pacemaker electrodes are introduced, where are the advanced to right ventricle
Which condition demonstrates flattening of the hemidiaphragms emphysema
Which condition demonstrates flattening of the hemidiaphragms emphysema
Which skull bone is best demonstrated with the AP Axial Towne occipital
Condition resulting in forward slipping of one vertebra on the next spondylolisthesis
Which skull bone is best demonstrated with the AP Axial Towne occipital
If an ASIS to tabletop measurement is 21 cm, what type of angle should be used to see the knee joint 0 (perpendicular)
Which foot position best demonstrates the space between the first and second cuneiforms lateral oblique foot
Condition resulting in forward slipping of one vertebra on the next spondylolisthesis
Which position should the patient be in to demonstrate esophageal varices recumbent
If an ASIS to tabletop measurement is 21 cm, what type of angle should be used to see the knee joint 0 (perpendicular)
Tissue that occupies the central cavity of the adult long bone shaft yellow marrow
Which foot position best demonstrates the space between the first and second cuneiforms lateral oblique foot
Which landmark is in the same plane as
Which position should the patient be in to demonstrate esophageal varices recumbent
Tissue that occupies the central cavity of the adult long bone shaft yellow marrow
Which landmark is in the same plane as L2-3 inferior costal margin
If the patient is PA, which tube angle would be used for an axial projection of the clavicle 15-30 degrees caudad
Which part of the humerus articulates with the ulna to form the elbow joint trochlea
Junction of the sagittal and coronal sutures bregma
What structure is demonstrated best with the elbow flexed 80 degrees and the CR directed 45 degrees from the shoulder to the elbow coronoid process
What is located halfway between the ASIS and pubic symphysis dome of the acetabulum
The articular facets of L5-S1 are best demonstrated in which position 30 degree oblique
The secondary center for ossification is epiphysis
Which position can narrowing of the upper airway best be seen AP
Most proximal portion of the pharynx nasopharynx
Which part of the mandible is best seen in the PA position with the CR 20 degrees cephalic rami
In a double contrast BE, if the patient is in an AP recumbent position, which part of the colon will contain air transverse colon
Created by: rgrieger