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Radt 465 Rad proced.

ARRT registry review covering radiographic procedures

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1. the term valgus refers to turner outward (Lange Q&A p. 37)
2. the proximal radius and ulna are seen free of superimposition in which projection lateral oblique elbow (Lange Q&A p. 37)
3. pacemaker electrodes can be introduced through a vein in the chest or upper extremity, from where they advanced to the right ventricle (Lange Q&A p. 39)
4. flattening of the hemidiaphragms is a characteristic of which condition emphysema (Lange Q&A p. 39)
5. the outermost wall of the digestive tract is the serosa (Lange Q&A p. 40)
6. a frontal view of the sternum is best accomplished in which of the following positions? RAO (Lange Q&A p. 40)
7. what is the name of the condition that results in the forward slipping of one vertebra on the one below it? spondylolisthesis (Lange Q&A p. 40)
8. how should a chest exam to rule out air-fluid levels be obtained on a patient with traumatic injuries? include a lateral chest examination performed in dorsal decubitus position (Lange Q&A p. 41)
9. For the oblique position, how much should the hand be rotated to avoid excessive metacarpophalangeal joint overlap no more than 45 degrees (Lange Q&A p. 41)
10. sternoclavicular articulations are likely to be demonstrated in which positions RAO, LAO, PA (Lange Q&A p. 41)
11. the relationship between the ends of the fractured long bones is referred to as apposition (Lange Q&A p. 42)
12. what is the name of the position obtained with the patient lying supine on the radiographic table with the CR directed horizontally to the iliac crest dorsal decubitus position (Lange Q&A p. 42)
13. what position will demonstrate small amounts of air in the peritoneal cavity? lateral decubitus, affected side up (Lange Q&A p. 42)
14. an intrathecal injection is associated with which examination myelogram (Lange Q&A p. 43)
15. what projection can be used to supplement the traditional "open-mouth" projection when the upper portion of the odontoid process cannot be well demonstrated AP or PA through the foramen magnum (Lange Q&A p. 43)
16. the floor of the cranium includes which bones temporal, ethmoid, sphenoid (Lange Q&A p. 43)
17. a lateral projection of the hand in extension is often recommended to evaluate foreign body and soft tissue (Lange Q&A p. 43)
18. what bony landmark is in the same transverse plane as L2-3 inferior costal margin (Lange Q&A p. 45)
19. how much should the ankle be rotated to best demonstrate the mortise projection medial oblique 15-20 degrees (Lange Q&A p. 45)
20. the tissue that occupies the central cavity of the adult long bone body/shaft is yellow marrow (Lange Q&A p. 45)
21. to demonstrate esophageal varices, the patient must be in what position recumbent (Lange Q&A p. 44)
22. what is the condition in which an occluded blood vessel stops blood flow to a portion of the lungs pulmonary embolism (Lange Q&A p. 44)
23. the sternal angle is at approximately the same level as T5 (Lange Q&A p. 44)
24. in which projection of the foot are the interspaces between the first and second cuneiforms best demonstrated lateral oblique foot (Lange Q&A p. 44)
25. arteries and veins enter and exit the medial aspect of each lung at the hilus (Lange Q&A p. 44)
26. which projection will best demonstrate subacromial or subcoracoid dislocation PA oblique scapular Y (Lange Q&A p. 44)
27. the condition that results from a persistent connection between the fetal aorta and pulmonary artery is a patent ductus arteriosus (Lange Q&A p. 44)
28. an injury to a structure located on the side opposite that of the primary injury is referred to as contrecoup (Lange Q&A p. 47)
29. the junction of the sagittal and coronal sutures is the bregma (Lange Q&A p. 47)
30. movement of a part toward the midline of the body is termed abduction (Lange Q&A p. 46)
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