Busy. Please wait.
or

show password
Forgot Password?

Don't have an account?  Sign up 
or

Username is available taken
show password

why


Make sure to remember your password. If you forget it there is no way for StudyStack to send you a reset link. You would need to create a new account.
We do not share your email address with others. It is only used to allow you to reset your password. For details read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.


Already a StudyStack user? Log In

Reset Password
Enter the associated with your account, and we'll email you a link to reset your password.
Don't know
Know
remaining cards
Save
0:01
To flip the current card, click it or press the Spacebar key.  To move the current card to one of the three colored boxes, click on the box.  You may also press the UP ARROW key to move the card to the "Know" box, the DOWN ARROW key to move the card to the "Don't know" box, or the RIGHT ARROW key to move the card to the Remaining box.  You may also click on the card displayed in any of the three boxes to bring that card back to the center.

Pass complete!

"Know" box contains:
Time elapsed:
Retries:
restart all cards
Embed Code - If you would like this activity on your web page, copy the script below and paste it into your web page.

  Normal Size     Small Size show me how

RADT 465

Radiographic Procedures

QuestionAnswer
What level are the vertebral prominens located? C7
What level is the jugular notch located? T2-T3
What level is the xiphoid tip located? T10
What level is the inferior coastal margin located? L2-L3
What level is the iliac crest located? L4-L5
What level is the ASIS located? L5
What level are the greater trochanters located? Pubic Symphysis
What level is the symphysis pubis located? Greater Trochanters
What level is the ischial tuberosity located? Lower Margin of Abdomen
Hypersthenic= _____% 5
Sthenic= _____% 50
Hyposthenic= _____% 35
Asthenic= _____% 10
What anatomy is located in the Right Upper Quadrant? liver, gallbladder, hepatic flexure, duodenum, head of pancreas, right kidney
What anatomy is located in the Left Upper Quadrant? spleen, splenic flexure, left kidney, stomach, tail of pancreas
What anatomy is located in the Right Lower Quadrant? ascending colon, appendix, cecum, ileocecal valve, 2/3 of ilem
What anatomy is located in the Left Lower Quadrant? descending colon, sigmoid colon, 2/3 of jejunum
For cervical spine, the articular facets are seen during the _____ position. lateral
For thoracic spine, the articular facets are seen during the _____ position. 70 degree oblique
For lumbar spine, the articular facets are seen during _____ position. 45 degree oblique
For cervical spine, the intervertebral foramina are seen during the _____ position. 45 degree oblique
For thoracic spine, the interertebral foramina are seen during the _____ position. lateral
for lumbar spine, the intervertebral foramina are seen during the _____ oosition. lateral
For a PA Axial Caldwell skull position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. OML, 35 degree caudal, nasion
For a PA skull position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. OML, perpendicular to IR and parallel to OML, glabella
For a SMV skull position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits _____. IOML, perpendicular to IOML, 1.5" inferior to the mandibular symphysis/midway between the gonions
For a PA Axial Haas skull position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. OML, 25 degree cephalic to OML, 1.5" superior to the nasion
For a AP Axial Towne skull position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. OML, 30 degree caudal, 2.5" above the glabella
For a Lateral skull position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the _____ is perpendicular to the front edge of the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. IPL, IOML, perpendicular, 2" superior the EAM
For a Trauma CTL skull position, the _____ is perpendicular to the tabletop, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. IOML, horizontal, 2" superior the EAM
For a Trauma AP skull position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR but may have the _____ perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR enters the _____. OML, IOML, parallel to the OML, glabella
For a Trauma AP 15 Degree Cephalic skull position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR but may have the _____ perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR enters the _____. OML, IOML, 15 degree cephalic to OML, nasion
For a Trauma AP Axial Towne skull position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR but may have the _____ perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR passes midway between the EAM and exits the _____. OML, IOML, 30 degree caudal to OML or 37 degree caudal to IOML, foramen magnum
For a Lateral facial bone position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the _____ is perpendicular to the front edge of the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. IPL, IOML, perpendicular, zygoma (halfway between outer canthus and EAM)
For a Pareitocanthial Waters facial bone position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. MML, perpendicular, acanthion
For a PA Caldwell facial bone position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. OML, 15 degree caudal, nasion
For a PA Modified Waters facial bone position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. LML, perpendicular, acanthion
For a PA mandible position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. OML, perpendicular, the junction of the lips
For a AP Axial mandible position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. OML, 35 to 42 degree caudal, glabella
For a PA Semi Axial mandible position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. OML, 20 to 25 degree cephalic, acanthion
For a PA Modified Waters mandible position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. AML, perpendicular, the level of the lips
For a SMV mandible position, the _____ is parallel to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits _____. IOML, perpendicular to IOML, 1.5" inferior to the mandibular symphysis/midway between gonions
For a SMV zygomatic arch position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits _____. IOML, perpendicular to IOML, 1.5" inferior to the mandibular symphysis/midway between gonions
For a PA Waters zygomatic arch position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. MML, perpendicular, acanthion
For a AP Axial Towne position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits _____. OML, 30 degrees caudal, 1" superior to glabella to pass through mid arch
For a Axial Oblique zygomatic arch position, the _____ is parallel to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR enters _____. IOML, perpendicular to IOML, centered to arch of interest
For a Lateral zygomatic arch position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the _____ is perpendicular to the front edge of the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. IPL, IOML, perpendicular, zygoma (halfway between outer canthus and EAM)
For a Lateral Law TMJ position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the _____ is perpendicular to the front edge of the IR, the patient's face is rotated _____ towards the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits _____. IPL, IOML, 15 degrees, 15 degrees caudal, 1.5" superior to upside EAM
For a Lateral Schueller TMJ position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the _____ is perpendicular to the front edge of the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits _____. IPL, IOML, 25-30 degrees caudal, 1/2" anterior and 2" superior to the EAM
For a AP Axial Towne TMJ position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR _____. OML, 35 degrees caudal to OML, passes 1" anterior to TMJ
For a PA Waters nasal bone position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. MML, perpendicular, acanthion
For a Lateral nasal bone position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits _____. IPL, perpendicular, 1/2" inferior to the nasion
For a PA Caldwell nasal bone position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. OML, 15 degrees caudal, nasion
For a Lateral paranasal sinuses position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the _____ is perpendicular to the front edge of the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits _____. IPL, IOML, horizontally perpendicular, midway between the outer canthus and EAM
For a PA Caldwell paranasal sinuses position, the _____ is extended so the _____ forms a _____ degree from horizontal to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. neck, OML, 15 degrees, horizontally perpendicular, nasion
For a Open Mouth PA Waters paranasal sinuses position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. MML, horizontally perpendicular, acanthion
For a SMV paranasal sinuses position, the _____ is parallel to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits _____. IOML, horizontally perpendicular, 1.5" to 2" inferior to the mandibular symphysis
For a Closed Mouth PA Waters paranasal sinuses position, the _____ is perpendicular to the IR, the CR is _____, and the CR exits the _____. MML, horizontally perpendicular, acanthion
What position demonstrates occipital region of the cranium and shows a symmetric image of the petrous pyramids and dorsum sellae and posterior clinoid processes within the foramen magnum? PA Axial (Haas/Reverse Townes)
What position demonstrates the orbits magnified, orbits filled by the margins of the petrous pyramids, and demonstrates posterior ethmoidal air cells, crista galli, frontal bone, and frontal sinuse? AP
Which position demonstrates the orbits filled by the margins of the petrous pyramids, posterior ethmoidal air cells, crista galli, frontal bone, and frontal sinus? PA
Which position demonstrates petrous pyramids projected into the lower third of the orbits, anterior ethmoidal air cells, crista galli, frontal bone, and frontal sinus? PA Axial Caldwell
Which position demonstrates petrous pyramids lying in the lower third of the orbits and the orbits are magnified? AP Axial (Reverse Caldwell)
Which position demonstrates a symmetric image of the petrous pyramids, the posterior portion of the foramen magnum, dorsum sellae and posterior clinoid processes projected within the foramen magnum, occipital bone, and posterior portion of parietal bone? AP Axial Towne
Which position demonstrates detail of the side adjacent to the IR, anterior clinoid process, sella turcica, dorsum sellae, and posterior clinoid processes? Lateral
Which position demonstrates detail of the side adjacent to the IR, anterior clinoid process, sella turcica, dorsum sellae, and posterior clinoid processes? Also shows air fluid levels. Upright/Cross-Table Lateral
Which position demonstrates symmetric images of the petrosae, the mastoid processes, foramina ovale and spinosum, carotid canals, the sphenoidal and ethmoidal sinuses, mandible, bony nasal septum, the dens, and the occipital bone? SMV (Schuller)
Created by: MariahKesterson