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Merrills Ch.14-16

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• the SEROUS MEMBRANE THAT LINES THE ABDMONIOPELVIC WALLS IS CALLED THE PERTIONEUM
• The liver lies in the RUQ
• Which convey blood to the liver hepatic arteries and portal veins (ONLY) (not hepatic arteries)
• What is the radiologically important function of liver formation of bile
• Two main hepatic ducts join to form the common hepatic duct
• The common bile and pancreatic duct join at what chamber hepatopancreatic ampulla
• Anatomy in figure below is duodenum
• The anatomy in figure below is pancreas
• Functions of gall bladder include storing bile and concentrating bile (ONLY)
• Pancreas produces which insulin, glucagon, and pancreatic juice (ALL)
• Which describes function of spleen lymphocytes and stores … RBCs
• Organ in figure below is liver
• Technical factors for abdominal radiograph should be set to produce moderate contrast
• A properly exposed abdominal radiograph will exhibit psoas muscles, transverse processes of lumbar vertebrae, and lower border of liver (ALL)
• Which are considerations in producing an good abdominal radiograph explain breathing technique, and do not start exposure until 1-2 seconds after breathing technique
• If a patient is unable to stand for an upright AP abdominal radiograph what position is used left lateral decubitus
• Where is center of IR for AP abdominal in supine position iliac crest
• Where is center of IR for AP abdomen in upright position 2 in above iliac crest
• Respiration for supine AP abdomen expiration
• CR angle for AP abdomen is 0 degrees
• Center of IR position for upright PA abdomen 2 in above iliac crest
• Respiration for AP or PA abdomen upright expiration
• Where is the center of the IR for AP abdomen in left lateral decubitus iliac crest
• Respiration for AP abdomen in left lateral decubitus expiration
• For which of the following projections is the x-ray in the horizontal position PA upright and AP lateral decubitus
• Primary reason left lateral decubitus abdomen is done is to show air fluid levels
• How long should patient lie in left lateral decubitus position 10-20 min
• Which of the following is perpendicular for lateral abdomen midcoronal
• Where is the center of the IR for lateral abdomen done in the dorsal decubitus position 2 in above iliac crests
• What is shown in lateral abdomen in dorsal decubitus position air fluid levels and PREVERTEBRAL SPACE (ONLY) (not urinary bladder)
• A specific radiographic exam of ht biliary ducts is called cholangiography
• Which combining forms refer to the common bile duct choledoco
• Respiration for all radiographs of the biliary tract expiration
• During an operative cholangiogram the surgeon injects contrast into biliary system, which projections are used AP and RPO (ONLY)
• During ERCP, spot radiographs are taken of the pancreatic duct, and common bile duct (ONLY)
• Which of the following lie in the abdominal cavity stomach, gallbladder, and kidneys (ALL)
• Which lie in the pelvic cavity rectum and urinary bladder (ONLY)
• Outer portion of sac that lines abdominal cavity parietal peritoneum
• Inner portion of sac that covers abdominal cavity visceral peritoneum
• Space between two layers of peritoneum peritoneal cavity
• Largest gland in body liver
• Distal end of common bile duct contain a sphincter called choledoco sphincter
• The combining form cholangio means bile ducts
• What is the cavity posterior to the peritoneum retroperitoneum
• An abnormal passageway between two organs or an organ and body surface fistula
• Which salivary glands is composed of a group of smaller glands and is narrow and elongated sublingual
• 3 parts of pharynx nasopharynx, laryngopharanx, and oropharyx
• Which procedures tests the elasticity and functional integrity of the epiglottis valsalva maneuver
• Which body habitus has the stomach and gallbladder high and horizontal hypersthenic
• Which procedure has the patient supine on the operating table operative cholangiogram
• Which procedure has the patient supine on the fluoroscopic table T-tube cholangiogram
• Which procedure is the contrast injected into the common bile duct or pancreatic duct ERCP
• Which organs transmits taste to the brain tongue
• Which glands does saliva travel down "…" duct and enter the oral cavity submandibular
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