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ARRT Registry review covering Radiographic Procedures

In a PA axial Caldwell position what is perpendicular to the IR OML
in a PA skull where does the CR exit glabella
in an SMV view what is line is parallel to the IR IOML
what view of the skull has a horizontal beam to the IR trauma cross table lateral
for a lateral skull where is the CR directed 2 inches superior to EAM
Parietocanthial Waters what line is perpendicular to the IR MML
PA modified waters-facial bones- what line is perpendicular to the IR LML
PA modified water-mandible- what line is perpendicular to IR AML
the CR exits where when a SMV of the zygomatic arches is performed 1.5 inches inferior to the mandibular symphysis/ midway between gonions
Pacemaker electrodes can be introduced through a vein in the chest or upper extremity from where they are advanced to the right ventricle
flattening of the hemidiaphragms is characteristic of what condition emphysema
the outermost wall of the digestive tract serosa
to demonstrate esophageal varices, the patient must be examined in the recumbent position
the level of the sternal angle is approximately at the same level as T5
A condition that results from a persistent connection between the fetal aorta and pulmonary artery patent ductus arteriosus
a bony landmark that is in the same transverse plane as L2-L3 inferior costal margin
arteries and veins enter and exit the medial aspect of each long at? hilus
the humerus articulates with the ulna at what portion to form the elbow joint trochlea
small bony fragment pulled from a bony process avulsion fracture
the intercondyloid fossa is proximal to what tibial plateau
an injury to a structure located on the side opposite that of the primary injury contrecoup
atlantoaxial joint and radioulnar joint are what type of articulations synovial pivot
aspirated foreign bodies in older children and adults are most likely to lodge in the right main stem bronchus
the articular facets of L5-S1 are best demonstrated in a 30 degree oblique projection
a medial displacement of a tibial fracture would best be demonstrated in the AP projection
the carotid arteries bifurcate at the level of C4
secondary center of ossification epiphysis
the most proximal portion of the pharynx is the nasopharynx
the uppermost portion of the iliac crest is at approximately the same level as L4
bones that make up the obturator foramen ischium and pubis
REFERENCES: Lange Q&A Radiography Examination edition 10
Created by: tnwhitfiel