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adv pos q 5 mid

advanced positioning midterm quiz 5

How is the CR positioned to free the bladder neck of superimposition during a female cystourethrogram? 5 degrees caudad
What projections are done during a cystogram? AP, AP oblique, lateral
Term for reflux traveling from the bladder to the ureters vesicoureteral reflux
Term for radiographic examination of the urinary bladder cystography
During a normal HSG, contrast spills where? into the peritoneal cavity
When taking plain films after flouro for an HSG, the film should be centered: 2” above the PS
How much obliquity is used for male or female cystourethrogram? 35-40 degrees
Where is the IR centered for an AP projection during male or female cystourethrogram? superior border of the PS
What are the 3 portions of the fallopian tubes? isthmus, ampulla, infundibulum
What structures should be included on evaluation of cystography radiographs? distal ureters, bladder, proximal urethra
Purpose of an HSG: determine patency of fallopian tubes, polyps, position of uterus, presence of fistulous tracts
How long are the fallopian tubes? 3-5”
Where is the IR centered for an AP axial cystogram? 2” above the upper border of the PS
The ovaries lie in what position relative to the fallopian tubes? inferior and posterior
What catheter is typically used for infants and children when performing retrograde cystography? 5 or 8 french feeding tube
Term for the radiographic examination of the bladder and urethra cystourethrography
CR angle for PA axial urinary bladder 10-15 degrees cephalad
How much rotation is needed for an AP oblique bladder projection during a cystogram? 40-60 degrees
What is the essential projection for a cystourethrogram on a male patient? AP oblique
Voiding studies allow for delineation of: urethral canal and ureteral reflux
CR angulation for AP axial urinary bladder 10-15 degrees caudad
What is the injection route for an HSG: uterus
Can gaseous contrasts be used for an HSG? yes
Can gastrografin be used for an HSG? no
Created by: annaluz87