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RADT 456: Image Proc

ARRT registry review of image procedures

Passes vertical through the body dividing it into left and right halves midsagittal plane (MSP)
the largest body habitus; large and heavy, high diaphragm, short chest area hypersthenic
smallest body habitus; chest is long and abdominal viscera are low and medial asthenic
the xiphoid tip is located at what level T10
movement of a part toward the body's MSP adduction
what is the best way to control voluntary motion use a short exposure time
list 3 functions of the skeletal system support, muscle attachment, and protection
patient is recumbent and the head is lower than the feet trendelenburg position
diarthrotic joints are also described as synovial, freely moveable
elbow, interphalangeal joints, knee, and ankle are examples of what kind of joints hinge (ginglymus)
the first finger, or thumb, has 3 phalanges true or false false; the thumb only has 2 (proximal and distal)
list the carpal bones trapezium, trapezoid, scaphoid, lunate, hamate, capitate, pisiform, triquetrum
where is the CR directed for the hand perpendicular to the 3rd MCP
where is the CR directed for a finger PIP (proximal interphalangeal) joint
true or false you should remove objects such as bracelets, watches, and rings true;they can obscure anatomy
when positioning for a lateral elbow you should make sure the elbow is flexed 90 degrees and the thumb is up, placing the wrist in a true lateral position
AP shoulder with external rotation demonstrates the greater or lesser tubercule in profile greater tubercule
for an AP axial clavicle the CR is angled 15-30 degrees cephalad
what needs to be done for an AP knee, when the person has a thick pelvis > 24 cm angle CR 3-5 degrees cephalad
how is the CR directed for a hip using the Danelius-Miller method perpendicular to the femoral neck
true or false for an AP pelvis the lesser trochanters should be seen in profile false
arthritis, osteomalacia, and ricketts require ____ in exposure factors decrease
break of cortex on one side of bone only; fx found in infants and children greenstick fx
fx base of fifth metatarsal Jones
the scotty "eye" corresponds to what pedicle
the scotty "front foot" corresponds to what inferior articular process
where are the petrous pyramids located on a PA axial (Caldwell)skull in the lower third of orbits
where are the petrous pyramids located on a PA skull they should fill the orbits
typical preparation for upper GI series is NPO after midnight
the RAO projection of the colon shows ascending colon and hepatic flexure
for an AP projection of the sigmoid colon the CR is directed 35 degrees cephalad
Created by: bmhedinger