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RADT 465

ARRT registry review covering procedures

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In which head position is the occipital region of the cranium shown, shows a symmetric image of the petrous ridges , dorsum sellae, and posterior clinoid processes within the foramen magnum? PA Axial Haas/Reverse Townes
In which head position are the orbits magnified, orbits filled by the margins of the petrous ridges? AP
In which head position are the orbits filledby the margins of the petrous ridges? PA
Which landmark line goes from the EAM to the lips? LML
Which landmark line goes from the EAM to the bottom of the nose? AML
In which head position are the petrous ridges projected into the lower third of the orbits and the anterior ethmoidal air cells are visible? PA Axial Caldwell
IPL perpendicular to IR; IOML perpendicular to front edge of IR with patient prone; 25-30 degrees caudal; and CR 1/2" anterior and 2" superior to EAM TMJ lateral Schuller
OML perpendicular; patient prone; CR 25 degrees cephalic to OML; CR passes through EAM and exits 1.5" superior to nasion PA Axial Haas
In which head position are the petrous ridges lying in the lower third of the orbits and the orbits are magnified? AP Axial Reverse Caldwell
In which head position will air fluid levels be shown? lateral
At which level is the vertebral prominens? C7
At which level is the jugular notch? T2-3
At which level is the xiphoid tip? T10
At which level is the inferior end of the scapula? T7
At which level is the iliac crest? L4-5
At which level is the ASIS? L5
The ear on the Scottie dog is the what? superior articular process
The foot on the Scottie dog is the what? articular process
The neck of the Scottie dog is the what? pars interarticularis
The eye of the Scottie dog is the what? pedicle
The nose of the Scottie dog is the what? transverse process
The hypersthenic body type makes up what percentage of the population? 5%
The sthenic body type makes up what percentage of the population? 50%
The hyposthenic body type makes up what percentage of the population? 35%
The asthenic body type makes up what percentage of the population? 10%
Valgus means turned outward
Varus means turned inward
What are the 8 carpal bones? trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate, scaphiod, lunate, triquetrum, pisiform
What are the 7 tarsal bones? calcaneus, talus, cuboid, navicular, medial cuneiform, intermediate cuneiform, and lateral cuneiform
In which view(s) of the head can all 4 sinuses be seen? lateral and open mouth waters
In which elbow position is the radiohumeral joint open? AP oblique external rotation
In which shoulder position is the greater tubercle in profile? AP external rotation
What is the degree of angulation for the CR on an outlet view for a male patient? 20-35 degrees cephalad
What is the degree of angulation for the CR on an outlet view for a female patient? 30-45 degrees cephalad
What joint space is visualized on an AP open mouth cervical projection? atlantoaxial joint
What anatomy is demonstrated on cervical oblique LAO/RAO positions? intervertebral foramina on the side closest to the IR
What anatomy is demonstrated on cervical oblique RPO/LPO positions? intervertebral foramina on the side farthest from the IR
What is a synarthrodial joint? immoveable joint
What is an example of a synarthrodial joint? sutures
What is an amphiarthrodial joint? joint with limited movement
What is an example of an amphiarthrodial joint? roots of teeth, distal tib/fib joint
What is a diarthrodial joint? freely moveable joint
What is an example of a diarthrodial joint? knee joint, elbow joint
What are some examples of plane (gliding) joints? intermetacarpal, carpometacarpal, intercarpal, and atlantoaxial joints
WHat are some examples of ginglymus (hinge) joints? interphalangeal and elbow joints
What are some examples of trochoid (pivot) joints? proximal and distal radioulnar joints and joint between first and second vertebrae
What are some examples of ellipsoid (condylar) joints? metacarpophalangeal, metatarsophalangeal, and the wrist joints
What are some examples of sellar (saddle) joints? first carpometacarpal joint of thumb, ankle and calcaneocuboid joints
What are some examples of spheroidal (ball and socket) joints? hip and shoulder joints
What are some examples of bicondylar joints? knee and TMJ joints
Would you increase or decrease technique for hyperparathyroidism? decrease
Would you increase or decrease technique for pneumoconiosis? increase
Would you increase or decrease technique for carcinoma? decrease
Would you increase or decrease technique for an aortic aneurysm? increase
Would you increase or decrease technique for bronchiectasis? increase
Would you increase or decrease technique for tuberculosis? increase
Would you increase or decrease technique for tumors? increase
Would you in crease or decrease technique for sclerosis? increase
What structures are shown in a recumbent LPO stomach for upper GI? air-filled pylorus
What structures are shown in a recumbent RAO stomach for upper GI? barium in duodenum, pyloric canal
What structures are shown in an upright left lateral stomach for upper GI? retrogastric space, air in fundus
What structures are shown in a right lateral decubitus for a lower GI? descending colon from splenic flexure almost to rectum
What structures are shown in a left lateral decubitus for a lower GI? hepatic flexure to cecum
What structures are shown in an LPO for a lower GI? opens up side away
Created by: lnemge1