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RADT 465 Procedures

ARRT registry review covering procedures

What is the term for turning the arm so the palm faces forward with the thumb away from the body? Supination Pg. 83
What is the term for bending motion, decreasing the angle between bones? Flexion Pg. 84
With the patient recumbent and head positioned at a lower level than the feet, the patient is in the _________ position Trendelenburg Pg. 89
What is the best way to control voluntary motion? Explaining the procedure to the patient and what they need to do Pg. 89
How many phalanges are there on one hand? 14 Pg. 95
With arthritis, do you increase or decrease your exposure factors? Decrease Pg. 131
With Paget disease, do you increase or decrease your exposure factors? Increase Pg. 131
With Rickets, do you increase or decrease your exposure factors? Decrease Pg. 131
Fractured where the bane breaks through the skin? Compound Pg. 131
Fracture composed of several fragments? Comminuted Pg. 131
Fracture just proximal to head of fifth metacarpal? Boxer Pg. 132
Fracture at the base of the fifth metatarsal? Jones Pg. 132
Fracture distal tibia and fibula with dislocation of ankle joint? Potts Pg. 132
How many bones are in the vertebral column? 33 Pg. 133
C1 called? Atlas Pg. 135
C2 called? Axis Pg. 135
What is the eye of the scotty dog? Pedicle Pg. 142
What is the nose of the scotty dog? Transverse process Pg. 142
What anchors 8 cranial bones? Sphenoid Pg. 151
What is the shortest portion of the small intestines? Duodenum Pg. 179
Diarthrotic or synovial joints are? Freely movable Pg. 92
Bones can be classified in what four ways? Long, short, flat and irregular Pg. 94
A scapular Y view of the shoulder is useful in demonstrating? Dislocations Pg. 107
What is the largest and strongest bone in the body? Femur Pg. 113
An example of a negative contrast agent? Air Pg. 129
What level is the Xiphoid tip? T10 Pg. 81
What level is the ASIS? S1-2 Pg. 81
What level is the iliac crest? L4 Pg. 81
What is abduction? Movement of a part away the body's MSP Pg. 84
What is adduction? Movement of a part towards the body's MSP Pg. 84
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