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Imaging

Positioning, Landmarks and bones registry review

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The coronoid process is where? Elbow
Which position is the coronoid process best visualized? Medial oblique elbow
Which of the following techniques would provide a PA projection of the gastroduodenal surfaces of a hypersthenic patient? Angle CR 35-45 degrees cephalad
An exact PA position of the skull is positioned? The OML perpendicular to the Image receptor (IR), the CR is perpendicular to the IR and exits at the nasion.
An LPO position during an upper GI in an average size patient demonstrates? A barium filled fundus, double contrast of pylorus and duodenal bulb.
A lateral weight bearing foot demonstrates what? The longitudinal arch.
Thyroid over activity is associated with which disease? Graves disease.
How do you position an AP axial projection of the skull (Townes)? CR directed 30 degrees caudal to OML and passing midway between the EAM.
What portion of the skull is best demonstrated in the Townes Method? Occipital Bone.
The RPO of the right acetabulum demonstrates what? Anterior rim of the right acetabulum and the right iliac wing.
When should metformin in be withheld when patients are scheduled for iodinated contrast studies? 48 hours prior to procedure.
Which position is more likely to place the right kidney parallel to the IR? LPO
In a merchant view of the patella the quadriceps femoris is in? Complete relaxation.
What positions can be used to visualize the Odontoid process? Fuchs Method, PA Judd Method, AP Open mouth, AP Dens, PA waters
A persistent fetal foremen ovale results in what? An atrial septal defect.
What position will best demonstrate subacromial or subcoracoidal dislocation? PA Scapular Y
In a Lateral Oblique projection of the foot, which bones are best demonstrated? The first and second cuneiforms
Yellow marrow i found where? The central cavity within the shaft of the long bone in an adult.
Evaluation of a lateral humerus demosntrates what? Lesser tubercle in profile and superimposed epicondyles
Contrast media is introduced into the ___________ in myelography? Subarachnoid space.
The Bregma is the junction of which sutures? Sagittal and Coronal sutures.
The internal rotation projection of the shoulder demonstrates what? The lesser tubercle in profile medially
What portion of the humerus articulates with the ulna to help form the elbow joint? The trochlea
What are examples of synovial pivot articulations? Atlantoaxial joint and the radioulnar joint
The lumbar transverse process is represented by what in an LPO or RPO position of the spine? The nose of the Scotty dog
An injury to a structure located on the side opposite that of the primary injury is referred to as: Contrecoup
The tangential view of the metatarsals and toes can demonstrate what? Sesamoid bones
Apirated foreign bodies are most likely to to lodge where in an adult? The right main stem bronchi
In the Trauma Axial Lateral Elbow (Coyle Method) with the CR 45 degrees laterally from the shoulder what is best seen? Coronoid process and the trochlea
What are the structures of the brainstem? Pons, medulla oblongata, and the midbrain.
The articular facets of L5-S1 are best demonstrated in a? 30 degree oblique
What is the secondary ossification center in long bones? The epiphysis
What part of the Scotty dog represents the lumbar lamina? The body
At what level do the carotid arteries bifurcate? C4
Left lateral decubitus view in a double contrast BE would show best the: Lateral wall of the descending colon and the medial wal, of the ascending colon
All elbow fat pads are demonstrated in which position? Lateral elbow
What structures make up the mediastinum? Heart, Trachea, and Esophagus
What are a couple of examples of a diarthrotic joint? The knee and the TMJ
Ulnat deviation/flexing demonstrate which carpals? Scaphoid and lateral carpals
Some lovers try positions that they can't handle. What does this refer to? Carpal bones.
Structures that comprise the neural or vertebral arch include? Pedicles and laminae
Asthenic body habitus is characterized by what? Long and narrow thoracic cavity, low and midline stomach and gallbladder.
A hypersthenic body habitus is characterized by what? Short, wide transverse heart, high and peripheral large bowel.
What is the plane that divides the body into anterior and posterior halves Mid coronal plane
Created by: Jenwa66