6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- Increase beam restriction will produce:
- An increased OID will decrease radiographic density.
- What is considered the "control" of radiographic density?
- Use of grid without alteration of technique will:
- Use 15% rule: 60 kVp, 34 mAs _____kVp, 17mAs
- Tissue that allows the relatively unimpeded transmission of x-ray is termed:
6 True/False Questions
decreased → The Anode heel effect causes the intensity of the primary beam at the anode side to be:
.15 → Convert the following techniques using reciprocity: 300 mA, 0.05 sec 100 mA, ______sec
100 → If mAs is fixed, which kVp would produce the greatest density?
300 mA, 1 second → Considering the primary controller of radiographic density, which technique has the greatest density?
Placing the cathode side of the beam over the thicker inferior T-spine. → When performing a radiographic exam of the thoracic spine, an even radiographic density over the length of the image can be achieved by:
Photographic → Density is a ________ property of the radiographic image.