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39 terms
Radiology: Ultrsonography & Angiography
What are US wave produced by?
What body tissue reflects the most and…
Term for brightness on echo
Appears black through transmission lik…
Piezoelectric crystals
1) Bone ... 2) Fluid
Echogenic
Anechoic
What are US wave produced by?
Piezoelectric crystals
What body tissue reflects the most and…
1) Bone ... 2) Fluid
39 terms
Angiography and Invertional Radiology
Angiographic team?
Define ANgiography?
What is Ateriography?
What is Venography?
Members are physician- usually interventional rad... - CIT- Card…
-radiologic examination of vascular structures after the intr…
-radiologic exam of arteries via contrast injection
- radiologic exam of veins
Angiographic team?
Members are physician- usually interventional rad... - CIT- Card…
Define ANgiography?
-radiologic examination of vascular structures after the intr…
39 terms
Angiography and Invertional Radiology
Angiographic team
Angiography
Arteriography-
Venography
Members are physician- usually interventional rad... - CIT- Card…
term reffering to radiologic examination of vascular structur…
refers to the radiologic exam of arteries via contrast inject…
refers to the radiologic exam of veins
Angiographic team
Members are physician- usually interventional rad... - CIT- Card…
Angiography
term reffering to radiologic examination of vascular structur…
37 terms
HANDBOOK OF INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY AND ANGIOGRAPHY 2ND ED.
What is the most important factor for…
a test injection by hand should preced…
Seldinger technique
18 gauge hollow needle with stylet
good hydration
...
method of puncturing an artery and introducing a catheter saf…
what needle is used to access in Seldinger technique.
What is the most important factor for…
good hydration
a test injection by hand should preced…
...
318 terms
RADIOLOGY
The best way to visualize a small left…
Pneumothorax is best demonstrated by t…
Minimal pleural effusion is best detec…
The best view of the chest to show min…
...
...
...
...
The best way to visualize a small left…
...
Pneumothorax is best demonstrated by t…
...
11 terms
Fundamentals of Angiography
ASA classification
Basic construct of a guidwire
What determines the degree of guidewir…
What determines the softness or "flopp…
1: normal healthy patient... 2: patient with mild systemic disea…
Most commonly used type of guidewire:... -Central stiff core aro…
The thickness and composition of the inner core determine the…
The taper of the core at the leading end of the guidewire det…
ASA classification
1: normal healthy patient... 2: patient with mild systemic disea…
Basic construct of a guidwire
Most commonly used type of guidewire:... -Central stiff core aro…
71 terms
Radiology
Radio-opaque
Radiolucent
Fluoroscopy
Barium sulfate
dense, absorb more x-rays, appear white
less dense, absorb less x-rays, appear black
barium enema
dense, slow excretion, bad taste
Radio-opaque
dense, absorb more x-rays, appear white
Radiolucent
less dense, absorb less x-rays, appear black
16 terms
chapter 8 angiography
angiography
pulse oximetry
most common method of introducing cath…
p-wave
THE PROCESS OF X-RAYING THE BLOOD VESSELS
amount of oxygen bound to oxyhemoglobin contained in RBC
seldinger
initiates rhythm cycle
angiography
THE PROCESS OF X-RAYING THE BLOOD VESSELS
pulse oximetry
amount of oxygen bound to oxyhemoglobin contained in RBC
53 terms
Angiography and Interventional Procedures
Angiography
Arteriography
Venography
Angiocardiography
Radiographic imaging of vessels following injection of contra…
Imaging of arteries
Imaging of veins
Imaging of heart
Angiography
Radiographic imaging of vessels following injection of contra…
Arteriography
Imaging of arteries
58 terms
Radiology II Class 1
Conventional radiographs... Computed Tomo…
Why are we obtaining them, when should…
Picture Archiving, communication, and…
PA, AP, Lateral, Oblique
What are the imaging techniques?
Questions to ask before ordering imaging?
What does PACS stand for?
What are the common imaging views?
Conventional radiographs... Computed Tomo…
What are the imaging techniques?
Why are we obtaining them, when should…
Questions to ask before ordering imaging?
97 terms
Radiology
Radiolucent
Radiodense (radio-opaque)
Attenuation
Underexposed vs overexposed
Subject appears black on film
Subject appears white on film.
Process by which XRs are removed from the initial beam throug…
Under - On XR. Something that was underpenetrated thus whiter…
Radiolucent
Subject appears black on film
Radiodense (radio-opaque)
Subject appears white on film.
30 terms
angiography
angiography
arteriography
venography
claudication
radiologic exam of vascular structures after the introduction…
radiologic exam of arteries via contrast injection
radiologic exam of veins via contrast injection
leg pain and cramping
angiography
radiologic exam of vascular structures after the introduction…
arteriography
radiologic exam of arteries via contrast injection
127 terms
Chapter 17 Radiology
angiography
aortography
atherectomy
brachytherapy
radiographic image of the blood vessels, using contrast mater…
radiographic image of the aorta and branches, using contrast…
to remove plaque from an artery.
radiation placed in or near a tumor within the body. Catheter…
angiography
radiographic image of the blood vessels, using contrast mater…
aortography
radiographic image of the aorta and branches, using contrast…
213 terms
Radiology Final
Diverticular disease, appears as radio…
reduce time... increase distance from sou…
1. mAs... 2. kVp... 3. High kVp Low mAs,... ma…
Reproductive and WBC
common large bowel condition resulting from the herniation of…
What are ways to reduce radiation exposure? Which is most eff…
Primary exposure factors: ... 1.Which controls quantity of rads…
Cell most sensitive to radiation ?
Diverticular disease, appears as radio…
common large bowel condition resulting from the herniation of…
reduce time... increase distance from sou…
What are ways to reduce radiation exposure? Which is most eff…
9 terms
RENAL ANGIOGRAPHY
INDICATIONS
ANATOMY
RENAL TRANSPLANT
RENAL TUMORS
Renovascular hypertension: Renovascular hypertension is high…
Each kidney supplied by single vessel arising from abdominal…
Donor - left kidney due to longer vein... Screen out complicated…
Often hypervascular: multiple vessels feeding tumor... May be ma…
INDICATIONS
Renovascular hypertension: Renovascular hypertension is high…
ANATOMY
Each kidney supplied by single vessel arising from abdominal…
30 terms
Lecture 15 radiology
Opacity
Lucency
IV contrast needed
abnormal area appears whiter than normal
abnormal area appears darker/blacker than normal
-not needed in lungs... -needed in mediastinum or lungs + medias…
Opacity
abnormal area appears whiter than normal
Lucency
abnormal area appears darker/blacker than normal
44 terms
Angiography
general term referring to radiologic e…
the radiologic examination of arteirie…
radiologic examination of veins via co…
leg pain and cramping
angiography
arteriography
venography
claudication
general term referring to radiologic e…
angiography
the radiologic examination of arteirie…
arteriography
50 terms
Angiography
Angiography
Arteriogram
Cerebral Angiography
1896
radiological procedure of the vascular structures with in the…
procedure of the lower limbs to determine wether a patient ha…
detects and verifys the existance and exact position of an in…
what year was angio discovered?
Angiography
radiological procedure of the vascular structures with in the…
Arteriogram
procedure of the lower limbs to determine wether a patient ha…
46 terms
Radiology terms MED 104
radiology
radiologist
interventional radiology
radiation oncologist
medical specialty that studies x-ray and other imaging techni…
physician who specializes in radiology
subspecialty in guiding wires/needles under CT, MRI, fluorosc…
physician who specializes in oncology and radiology in order…
radiology
medical specialty that studies x-ray and other imaging techni…
radiologist
physician who specializes in radiology
Angiography
List common indications for angiograph…
Digital Subtraction Angiography
Stenosis
Occlusion
• Claudication ... • Stenosis ... • Occlusion ... • Aneurysm ... • Suspec…
DSA
narrowing of a vessel usually as a result of... atherosclerosis
blockage of a vessel often caused by atherosclerosis
List common indications for angiograph…
• Claudication ... • Stenosis ... • Occlusion ... • Aneurysm ... • Suspec…
Digital Subtraction Angiography
DSA
28 terms
Angiography
Contrast
non ionic agents
Selective Injection
occlusion... stenosis
opaque ionic/nonionic media
-more viscous... -produce greater resistance in the catheter dur…
-Place catheter directly into vessel so the vessel and its ma…
blockage... narrowing
Contrast
opaque ionic/nonionic media
non ionic agents
-more viscous... -produce greater resistance in the catheter dur…
General Radiology Techniques
position of the patient
Radiopaque
Radiolucent
Radiographic Density
anatomical position... (ulna on medial side, tibia on medial si…
(radiodense) structures appear white... metal > bone > air
structures appear black
thicker tissue and harder tissue appear radiopaque... heart mor…
position of the patient
anatomical position... (ulna on medial side, tibia on medial si…
Radiopaque
(radiodense) structures appear white... metal > bone > air
7 terms
Radiology
6 Imaging Modalities
Radiography
CT
Ultrasound
1. Radiography (X rays)... 2. Computed Tomography (CT)... 3. Ultras…
-different tissues absorb x rays in different amounts... -inexpe…
-ionizing radiation... -cross-sectional tomograms/slices are pro…
-no radiation... -uses sound waves... -good for visualizing fluids…
6 Imaging Modalities
1. Radiography (X rays)... 2. Computed Tomography (CT)... 3. Ultras…
Radiography
-different tissues absorb x rays in different amounts... -inexpe…
Angiography
Angiography
Arteriogram
Cerebral Angiography
1896
radiological procedure of the vascular structures with in the…
procedure of the lower limbs to determine wether a patient ha…
detects and verifys the existance and exact position of an in…
what year was angio discovered?
Angiography
radiological procedure of the vascular structures with in the…
Arteriogram
procedure of the lower limbs to determine wether a patient ha…
19 terms
Intro Radiology
X-Ray Density Colors... 1. Gas 2.Fat 3. F…
Contrasted Studies Common Use
Contrasted studies Special Considerati…
Barium Swallow
1. Gas - black... 2. Fat - Shades of black... 3. Fluid - Shades of…
1. GI. Tract w/wo follow thur barium enema... 2. Urinary Tract -…
1. Allergies - Iodine Shellfish???... 2. Renal Function - functi…
1. eval. dysphagia or suspected esophageal abnormal... 2. combin…
X-Ray Density Colors... 1. Gas 2.Fat 3. F…
1. Gas - black... 2. Fat - Shades of black... 3. Fluid - Shades of…
Contrasted Studies Common Use
1. GI. Tract w/wo follow thur barium enema... 2. Urinary Tract -…
84 terms
ANGIOGRAPHY / INTERVENTIONAL
What is angiography?
What arteries deliver blood to the hea…
List the 3 major branches of arteries…
T/F: the level for bifurcation of the…
exam of vessels following injection of positive contrast media
coronary
1) brachiocephalic 2) L common carotid 3) L subclavian
true
What is angiography?
exam of vessels following injection of positive contrast media
What arteries deliver blood to the hea…
coronary
20 terms
Intro to Radiology - Chapter 1 & 3
Radiology
Radiologic Technologist
Radiograph
Radiation Therapist
Study of X rays and radioactive substances and their uses in…
An individual who performs radiography, radiation therapy, or…
X-ray images taken of parts of the human body for use in diag…
-Person who helps treat cancer in the human body ... -Use machin…
Radiology
Study of X rays and radioactive substances and their uses in…
Radiologic Technologist
An individual who performs radiography, radiation therapy, or…
56 terms
RDTC 119 - Quiz 3 Angiography
Angiography
Arteriography
Venography
Angiocardiography
The radiological imaging of vessels after injection of contra…
Imaging of the arteries
Imaging of the veins
Imaging of the heart and associated structures
Angiography
The radiological imaging of vessels after injection of contra…
Arteriography
Imaging of the arteries
24 terms
Cerebral Angiography
_ _ a radiographic study of the vessel…
vascular stenosis/occlusions, aneuryms…
cerebral angiography is usually perfor…
catheterizing internal and external ar…
cerebral angiography
pathologic
transfemoral, brachial, axillary
tumours
_ _ a radiographic study of the vessel…
cerebral angiography
vascular stenosis/occlusions, aneuryms…
pathologic
21 terms
Cerebral Angiography
Cerebral Angiography
Arteriovenous Malformation
Right and Left common carotid and vert…
Right and left common carotid arteries
Radiologic and angiographic examination of the blood vessels…
AVM stands for..
What supplies the brain?
Anterior circulation
Cerebral Angiography
Radiologic and angiographic examination of the blood vessels…
Arteriovenous Malformation
AVM stands for..
27 terms
Angiography
Stenosis
Occlusion
Angiography
Anteriography
narrowing of a vessel
a complete blockage of a vessel (blood clot/plaque)
general term describing the radiologic examination of vascula…
imaging of the arteries
Stenosis
narrowing of a vessel
Occlusion
a complete blockage of a vessel (blood clot/plaque)
45 terms
Radiology
Radio-opaque
Radiolucent
Fluoroscopy
Barium sulfate
dense, absorb more x-rays, appear white
less dense, absorb less x-rays, appear black
barium enema
dense, slow excretion, bad taste
Radio-opaque
dense, absorb more x-rays, appear white
Radiolucent
less dense, absorb less x-rays, appear black
27 terms
Radiology
sagittal: left/right... coronal: front/ba…
ionizing radiation passes through pati…
ionizing radiation passes through pati…
ultrasonic wound waves passed into bod…
what are the three planes?
describe mechanism of radiography
describe mechanism for computed tomography
describe mechanism for ultrasound
sagittal: left/right... coronal: front/ba…
what are the three planes?
ionizing radiation passes through pati…
describe mechanism of radiography
24 terms
Cerebral Angiography
_ angiography is the radiographic stud…
cerebral angiography is usually perfor…
_ and _ artery can be used for cathete…
transit time for blood to circulate fr…
cerebral
transfemoral
brachial, axillary
3
_ angiography is the radiographic stud…
cerebral
cerebral angiography is usually perfor…
transfemoral
17 terms
Chapter 49 - Radiology
Angiography
Claustrophobia
Dosimeter
Fluoroscopy
Is the X-Ray visualization of the internal anatomy of blood v…
Fear of enclosed spaces.
Equipment that measures the level and intensity of radiation…
Is the use of a pluoroscope to see real-time moving images of…
Angiography
Is the X-Ray visualization of the internal anatomy of blood v…
Claustrophobia
Fear of enclosed spaces.
44 terms
Radiology terms MED 104
radiology
interventional radiology
x-ray
radiolucent
medical specialty that studies x-ray and other imaging techni…
subspecialty in guiding wires/needles under CT, MRI, fluorosc…
form of radiation capable of passing through the body
areas of low density which create a nearly black area on x-ra…
radiology
medical specialty that studies x-ray and other imaging techni…
interventional radiology
subspecialty in guiding wires/needles under CT, MRI, fluorosc…
42 terms
Abdominal Angiography
_ angiography demonstrates contour and…
_ angiography is the study of the asce…
4 elements of the thoracic aorta
3 major thoracic veins
thoracic
thoracic
aortic bulb, ascending aorta, aortic arch, descending aorta
SVC, azygos, pulmonary arteries
_ angiography demonstrates contour and…
thoracic
_ angiography is the study of the asce…
thoracic
54 terms
Radiology
Echogenic/Hyperechoic
Sonolucent/Hypoechoic
Acoustic Shadowing
Piezoelectric Effect
White on ultrasound
Black on Ultrasound
Caused by dense substance blocking sound wave
Ability of certain materials to generate an electric charge i…
Echogenic/Hyperechoic
White on ultrasound
Sonolucent/Hypoechoic
Black on Ultrasound
Bushong- 27 Interventional Radiology
Opacification of vessels through injec…
Intervene, perform something, modify
Technique of mechanically widening nar…
An empty/ collapsed balloon on a guide…
What is Angiography?
Alternative name for interventional?
What is angioplasty?
How is a narrowed artery fixed?
Opacification of vessels through injec…
What is Angiography?
Intervene, perform something, modify
Alternative name for interventional?
68 terms
Ultrasonography & Angiography
What is the frequency at which an U/S…
What is a transducer?
T/F: Tissues with less density reflect…
What body tissue reflects the most? Re…
1-20 Hz
Transducers act as both a transmitter and receiver of energy
False. Tissues with increased density reflect more.
Bone reflects the most and fluid the least.
What is the frequency at which an U/S…
1-20 Hz
What is a transducer?
Transducers act as both a transmitter and receiver of energy
23 terms
Chapter 20 - Radiology
is/o
pharmaceut/o
radi/o
son/o
same
drug
x-rays
sound
is/o
same
pharmaceut/o
drug
Chapter 48 Radiology
angiography
bucky
claustrophobia
collimeter
X-ray of the blood vessels after injecting a contrast medium
Moving grid device that prevents scatter radiation from foggi…
a morbid fear of being closed in a confined space
device that controls the direction and dimensions of the x-ra…
angiography
X-ray of the blood vessels after injecting a contrast medium
bucky
Moving grid device that prevents scatter radiation from foggi…
153 terms
Radiology, Ultrasound and Imaging Procedures
angiography or angiogram
arthography
barium tests
bone density scan
x-ray imaging of blood vessels; a contrast substance is injec…
x-ray examination of the inside of a joint with contrast medium
x-ray examinations with a liquid barium mixture that is swall…
low-energy x-rays are used to measure bone thickness and reve…
angiography or angiogram
x-ray imaging of blood vessels; a contrast substance is injec…
arthography
x-ray examination of the inside of a joint with contrast medium
6 terms
LOM: Ch. 20, Radiology Tests Using Radiopaque Fluids With Up To 50% Iodine
angiography
cholangiography
digital subtraction angiography (DSA)
hysterosalpingography
X-ray image (angiogram) of blood vessels and heart chambers i…
X-ray imaging after injection of contrast into bile duct.
X-ray image of contrast-injected blood vessels is produced by…
X-ray record of the endometrial cavity and fallopian tubes is…
angiography
X-ray image (angiogram) of blood vessels and heart chambers i…
cholangiography
X-ray imaging after injection of contrast into bile duct.
72 terms
Interventional Radiology
Most common arch anomaly
Two congenital aorta arch anomalies se…
Diverticulum of Kommerell?
Pseudocoarctation (aortic kink)?
Left arch with aberrant right subclavian artery. 2% of popula…
Left-sided (normal) arch with aberrant right subclavian arter…
Dilation at origin of aberrant right subclavian artery. May i…
Mild form of coarctation, hemodynamically insignificant steno…
Most common arch anomaly
Left arch with aberrant right subclavian artery. 2% of popula…
Two congenital aorta arch anomalies se…
Left-sided (normal) arch with aberrant right subclavian arter…
53 terms
Ch. 17 angiography
What kind of contrast is used?
Steps of seldinger technique
Non-selective angiogragy
Selective angiography
water-soluable, nonionic
1. Insertion of needle. ... 2. Placement of needle in lumen of v…
Cath in great vessel ... high pressure injection... large volume CM…
Cath in small vessel... low pressure injection... small volume CM... l…
What kind of contrast is used?
water-soluable, nonionic
Steps of seldinger technique
1. Insertion of needle. ... 2. Placement of needle in lumen of v…
22 terms
Radiology
AP view
PA view
Oblique view
Lateral view
Front to back imaging position (antero-posterior)
Back to front imaging position (postero-anterior)
Diagnonal, slanted imaging position
Straight in from the side imaging position
AP view
Front to back imaging position (antero-posterior)
PA view
Back to front imaging position (postero-anterior)
75 terms
Vascular Interventional Radiology
Translumbar approach:
Axillary artery approach
Angiography complications
Risk factors for AVF or pseudoaneurysm
Indication - nonpalpable peripheral pulses
Preferred - easier to access descending aorta... -left side app…
1. Puncture site complications - groin hematoma, AVF, pseudoa…
Low puncture... heparinization... large catheters
Translumbar approach:
Indication - nonpalpable peripheral pulses
Axillary artery approach
Preferred - easier to access descending aorta... -left side app…
27 terms
angiography test
what are the 2 main systems that make…
what are the four main components of t…
which vessels carry oxygenated blood?
which vessels carry deoxygenated blood?
blood-vascular and lymphatic
heart, arteries, veins, and capillaries
arteries
veins
what are the 2 main systems that make…
blood-vascular and lymphatic
what are the four main components of t…
heart, arteries, veins, and capillaries
137 terms
Chapter 17: Radiology
Anatomic Position
Supine Position
Prone Position
Lateral Position
Erect, facing forward, arms rotated outward with the palms fo…
Lying down on the back with the face up. This position is als…
Lying face down on the front of the body. This position is al…
Position in which the side of the subject is next to the film…
Anatomic Position
Erect, facing forward, arms rotated outward with the palms fo…
Supine Position
Lying down on the back with the face up. This position is als…
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