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RADT 465 Procedures

ARRT registry review covering radiographic procedures content area.

QuestionAnswer
Build is average and athletic Sthnic 50% Pg. 78
Level of the thyroid cartilage C5 Pg. 84
Nearer the point of attachment Proximal Pg.84
Movement of a limb that produces a circular motion Circumduction Pg. 85
Extreme body types Hypersthenic and Asthenic Pg. 78
More average body types Sthenic and Hyposthenic Pg. 78
The relationship between the midsagittal and midcoronal plane? Perpendicular Pg. 90
Plane that passes vertically through the body dividing it into left and right halves is? Midsagittal Plane Pg. 90
When the patient is recumbent and head is positioned at a level lower than the feet, the patient is said to be in the? Trendelenburg position Pg. 90
Best way to control voluntary motion? Careful explanation Pg. 90
Large rounded process for attachment Tuberosity Pg. 93
A narrow slit Fissure Pg. 94
Functions of the skeletal system Support, protection, hematopoiesis, muscle attachment & reservoir for minerals. Pg. 94
Bone tissue types Cortical (hard & compact) and Cancellous (spongy) Pg. 94
The simplest motion, least movement, smooth/sliding motion Gliding (plane) Pg.95
Permits flexion and extension Hinge (ginglymus) Pg. 95
Carpal bones. Proximal Row. Lateral to Medial Scaphoid, lunate, triquetrum and pisiform Pg. 100
Carpal bones. Distal Row. Lateral to Medial Trapezium, trapezoid, capitate and hamate Pg. 100
ASIS Anterior superior iliac spine Pg. 105
CMC Carpometacarpal joint Pg. 105
MCP Metacarpophalangeal Joint Pg. 105
Hip fracture classification: Subcapital Common. Inferior to femoral head. Pg. 120
Normal male pelvis Narrow, deeper, pubic angle less than 90 degrees. Pg. 123
Normal female pelvis Wider, shallower, pubic angle greater than 90 degrees. Pg. 123
Decrease in exposure factors Arthritis, Ewing Sarcoma, Osteomalacia, Osteoporosis, Rickets, Thalassemia Pg. 135
Increase in exposure factors Acromegaly, Chronic gout, Multiple Myeloma, Osteochondroma, Osteopetrosis, Pagets Disease Pg. 135
How many cranial bones are there? 8 Pg. 155
Names of the cranial bones Frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, ethmoid and sphenoid Pg. 155
A skull fracture that is straight and sharply defined Linear fracture Pg. 156
Fracture of C2 with anterior subluxation of C2 on C3. Result of forceful hyper-tension Hangman Fracture Pg. 156
Fracture of the orbital floor as a result of a direct blow Blowout Fracture Pg. 156
How many facial bones are there? 24 Pg. 157
Names of the facial bones Nasal, lacrimal, palatine, inferior nasal conchae, zygomatic, maxillae, vomer and mandible Pg. 157
The divisions of the pharynx Nasopharynx, Oropharynx and Laryngopharynx Pg. 173
An apron of fat over the transverse colon and small bowel Greater Omentum Pg. 181
This binds the jejunum and ileum to the posterior abdominal wall. Fan-shaped. Mesentery Pg. 181
This suspends stomach and duodenum from the liver. Contains some biliary vessels. Lesser Omentum Pg. 181
Salivary Glands Parotid, submandibular, and sublingual Pg. 184
Three parts of the stomach Fundus, body, and pylorus Pg. 184
Parts of the small intestine Duodenum, Jejunum, and ileum Pg. 185
Parts of the large intestine Cecum, ascending colon, transverse colon, descending colon, sigmoid colon, and rectum Pg. 185
How long is the large intestine? 5 ft Pg. 185
Unoxygenated blood from the right side of the heart is directed to the lungs for oxygenation, then to the left side of the heart. Pulmonary Circulation Pg. 208
Oxygenated blood from the left side of the heart is pumped to the body tissues then back to the right side of the heart. Systemic Circulation Pg. 208
A Colles fracture involves Transverse fracture of distal radius. Posterior and outward displacement of the hand. Chip fracture of the ulnar stolid process. Pg. 213
Which best demonstrates the cuboid, sinus tarsi, and tuberosity of the fifth metatarsal? Medial Oblique Foot Pg. 213
The left sacroiliac joint is placed perpendicular to the IR when patient is placed 25-30 degrees RPO position Pg. 213
Proximal tibiofibular articulation is best demonstrated in what position? Medial Oblique Pg. 213
Scapular Y projection of shoulder demonstrates Anterior or posterior dislocation. An oblique projection of the shoulder. Pg. 214
AP projection of the coccyx requires that the central ray be directed 2 inches above the pubis symphysis Pg. 214
To demonstrate undistorted air/fluid levels the CR must always be directed Parallel with the floor Pg. 214
Thoracic vertebrae are unique in that they participate in the following articulations Costovertebral and costotransverse Pg. 214
The paranasal sinuses is composed of many thin walled air cells? Ethmoid Pg. 215
Intervertebral joints of the thoracic spine are demonstrated with the Midsagittal plane parallel to the IR Pg. 215
Which are subject to a blowout fracture Orbital floor Pg. 215
Blunting of the costophrenic angles seen on a PA projection of the chest can be an indication of? Pleural Effusion Pg. 215
Characterized by flattening of the diaphragm Emphysema Pg. 215
Inspiration and expiration projections of the chest may be performed to demonstrate Pneumothorax and presence of a foreign body Pg. 215
During IV urography, the prone position is generally recommended to demonstrate Filling of obstructed ureters, The renal pelvis. Pg. 216
Relationship between the esophagus and trachea? Esophagus is posterior to the trachea. Pg. 216
The usual preparation for an upper GI series NPO after midnight. Pg. 216
Position that is frequently used to project the GB away from the vertebrae in the asthenic patient? LAO Pg. 217
Common mild side effects of intravenous administration of water-soluble iodinated contrast agents includes Flushed feeling and bitter taste. Pg. 217
Hysterosalpingograms may be performed for which reason? Demonstration of fistulous tracts. Investigation of infertility. Demonstration of tubal patency. Pg. 217
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