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25 terms
Introduction to Sonography
Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS)
Transducer
Acoustics
Acoustic Window
an imaging modality that is used alone or in conjunction with…
device that converts one form of energy to another (in ultras…
deals with generation, propagation, and receiving of sound wa…
term to describe an area of the body that easily transmits a…
Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS)
an imaging modality that is used alone or in conjunction with…
Transducer
device that converts one form of energy to another (in ultras…
83 terms
Introduction to Sonography
Aliasing
Color flow
Beam
Bifurcation
The wrapping around of the spectral waveform resulting from h…
Frequency shifts displayed in color
The ultrasound waves being emitted from the transducer
The point of vessel division
Aliasing
The wrapping around of the spectral waveform resulting from h…
Color flow
Frequency shifts displayed in color
33 terms
Introduction of Sonography
How does a student get the most out of…
What is ultrasound?
What are other words used for ultrasou…
What is the speed of sound through sof…
-be there all the time, on time... -be present and presistant; s…
Sound frequencies above the upper limits of the human ear
-diagnostic medical sonography... -sonogram... -ultrasonography
1540 m/sec
How does a student get the most out of…
-be there all the time, on time... -be present and presistant; s…
What is ultrasound?
Sound frequencies above the upper limits of the human ear
25 terms
Introduction to Sonography
Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS)
Transducer
Acoustics
Acoustic Window
an imaging modality that is used alone or in conjunction with…
device that converts one form of energy to another (in ultras…
deals with generation, propagation, and receiving of sound wa…
term to describe an area of the body that easily transmits a…
Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS)
an imaging modality that is used alone or in conjunction with…
Transducer
device that converts one form of energy to another (in ultras…
80 terms
Introduction to Sonography
What are resourceful actions, judgment…
What is the body's typical retain to c…
Which of the following is the general…
What imaging modality utilizes both fe…
Critical thinking skills
Stress
Anxiety
PET
What are resourceful actions, judgment…
Critical thinking skills
What is the body's typical retain to c…
Stress
62 terms
Introduction to Sonography: Appendix D
-algia
an-
angi-
ante-
Pain
Absent or Deficient
Vessel
Front
-algia
Pain
an-
Absent or Deficient
15 terms
Introduction to Sonography: Chapter 1
Acoustic Window (sonographic window)
American Registry for Diagnostic Medic…
American Registry for Radiologic Techn…
Arthrography / (Arthro- joints)
the optimal place on the body for the transducer to demonstra…
an organization that offers national certification exams for…
an organization that offers national certification exams for…
an x-ray procedure that utilizes contrast agent to examine a…
Acoustic Window (sonographic window)
the optimal place on the body for the transducer to demonstra…
American Registry for Diagnostic Medic…
an organization that offers national certification exams for…
13 terms
Introduction to radiology and sonography: Abdomen
any female of reproductive age
Situs Inversus
basic densities are normally present o…
basic densities are normally present o…
check LMP (last menstrual period)... use ultrasound to investiga…
The major visceral organs are reversed or mirrored from their…
black
dark grey
any female of reproductive age
check LMP (last menstrual period)... use ultrasound to investiga…
Situs Inversus
The major visceral organs are reversed or mirrored from their…
82 terms
Introduction to Sonography Test 2
Res ipsa loquitur
Administrative Law
Assault
Slander
Which of the following is the legal doctrine of negligence th…
What is the type of statutory law that is enacted regarding t…
Which of the following is an example of an intentional tort?
Speaking potentially damaging and malicious words about a cow…
Res ipsa loquitur
Which of the following is the legal doctrine of negligence th…
Administrative Law
What is the type of statutory law that is enacted regarding t…
19 terms
Introduction to Sonography: Chapter 1.4
Pulse-Echo Technique
Radiographer
Radiopharmaceutical
Realtime Imaging
ultrasound waves are pulsed into the body by the transducer a…
an imaging specialist who performs x-rays and assists the rad…
a radioactive material that the patient either ingests, inhal…
instant viewing of internal structures.
Pulse-Echo Technique
ultrasound waves are pulsed into the body by the transducer a…
Radiographer
an imaging specialist who performs x-rays and assists the rad…
15 terms
Introduction to Sonography: Chapter 1.3
*Magnetic Resonance Angiogram
Magnetic Resonance Imaging/ (MRI)
mammography
megahertz (mg)
an MRI technique used to visualize blood vessels.
an imaging modality that utilizes magnetic waves to obtain im…
breast imaging technique that uses x-rays.
one million hertz
*Magnetic Resonance Angiogram
an MRI technique used to visualize blood vessels.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging/ (MRI)
an imaging modality that utilizes magnetic waves to obtain im…
15 terms
Introduction to Sonography: Chapter 1.2
Cross-Training
Diagnostic Mammogram
Diagnostician
Differential Diagnosis
when radiographers or other imaging specialists are training…
a targeted mammogram, typically performed after a screening m…
an interpreting physician who provides a diagnosis.
a diagnostic method used to create a short list of possible d…
Cross-Training
when radiographers or other imaging specialists are training…
Diagnostic Mammogram
a targeted mammogram, typically performed after a screening m…
18 terms
Sonography Introduction to Normal Structure and Function Chapter 1
Interpretive Report
Occupational Safety and Health Adminis…
Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonograp…
Universal Precautions
Sonologist's ( radiologist, Physicians) formal, legal, interp…
An agency within the United States Department of Labor, OSHA…
Professional ultrasound organizations for sonographers and so…
Treating all patients as if they may have HBV/HIV or other bl…
Interpretive Report
Sonologist's ( radiologist, Physicians) formal, legal, interp…
Occupational Safety and Health Adminis…
An agency within the United States Department of Labor, OSHA…
DMS 265- Introduction to Vascular Sonography, Statistics
Quality
Quality Control
Quality Assurance
QA Relevance
Degree of Excellence; a distinguishing attribute
An aggregate of activities designed to ensure adequate outcomes
A program for the systematic monitoring and evaluation of var…
Important to determine the accuracy of a lab by analyzing the…
Quality
Degree of Excellence; a distinguishing attribute
Quality Control
An aggregate of activities designed to ensure adequate outcomes
19 terms
Sonography: introduction to normal structure and function Chapter 6 vocabulary
Diaphragm
Dorsal cavity
False pelvis
Greater sac
Large muscle that assists inspiration and divides the ventral…
One of two main body cavities. situated on the posterior side…
Descriptive term given to the area's superior to the pelvic i…
Peritoneal compartment of the abdominal cavity that extends f…
Diaphragm
Large muscle that assists inspiration and divides the ventral…
Dorsal cavity
One of two main body cavities. situated on the posterior side…
18 terms
Sonography Introduction to Normal Structure and Function Chapter 1
Interpretive Report
Occupational Safety and Health Adminis…
Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonograp…
Universal Precautions
Sonologist's ( radiologist, Physicians) formal, legal, interp…
An agency within the United States Department of Labor, OSHA…
Professional ultrasound organizations for sonographers and so…
Treating all patients as if they may have HBV/HIV or other bl…
Interpretive Report
Sonologist's ( radiologist, Physicians) formal, legal, interp…
Occupational Safety and Health Adminis…
An agency within the United States Department of Labor, OSHA…
DMS 265- Introduction to Vascular Sonography, Abdominal Vasculature Evaluation
Mesenteric Ischemia
Celiac Axis
Celiac Doppler
Hepatic Artery (transplant)
-Mesenteric angina... -Diagnosis made when 2 mesentary vessels a…
GDA & CHA; HPA --> RT and LT HA's
Norm= Low resistive, < 200 cm/s (increases resistance w/ post…
Norm= RI 0.5-0.8, < 200 cm/s @ anastamosis... ABN= RI > 0.8, > 2…
Mesenteric Ischemia
-Mesenteric angina... -Diagnosis made when 2 mesentary vessels a…
Celiac Axis
GDA & CHA; HPA --> RT and LT HA's
21 terms
Essentials of sonography Terminology
anterior
caudal
cephalic
coronal
Front... Front of body
At the tail end of the body
Pertaining to the head... toward the head
A plane that divides a structure into anterior and posterior…
anterior
Front... Front of body
caudal
At the tail end of the body
137 terms
Intro to Sonography
anechoic
echogenic or hyperechoic
enhancement, increased through transmi…
fluid-filled level
opposite of echogenic, without internal echoes, the structure…
echo-producing structure, reflects sound with a bright intens…
sound that travels through an anechoic (fluid-filled) substan…
interface between two fluids with different acoustic characte…
anechoic
opposite of echogenic, without internal echoes, the structure…
echogenic or hyperechoic
echo-producing structure, reflects sound with a bright intens…
82 terms
Intro to Sonography: Final Pt.2 Sonography Terminology
transverse
sagittal
parasagittal
coronal
aka; axial; divides the body into superior and inferior porti…
literally means "flight of arrow," plane running vertically t…
plane running vertically thru the body dividing into off-midl…
divides the body into anterior and posterior portions
transverse
aka; axial; divides the body into superior and inferior porti…
sagittal
literally means "flight of arrow," plane running vertically t…
82 terms
Intro to Sonography: Final Pt.2 Sonography Terminology
transverse
sagittal
parasagittal
coronal
aka; axial; divides the body into superior and inferior porti…
literally means "flight of arrow," plane running vertically t…
plane running vertically thru the body dividing into off-midl…
divides the body into anterior and posterior portions
transverse
aka; axial; divides the body into superior and inferior porti…
sagittal
literally means "flight of arrow," plane running vertically t…
45 terms
Intro to Sonography Week 2
anterior
posterior
distal
proximal
in front of, front
after, behind, following, toward the rear
away from, farther from the origin
near, close to the origin
anterior
in front of, front
posterior
after, behind, following, toward the rear
70 terms
Intro to Sonography Midterm
transverse plane
sagittal plane
midsagittal plane
parasagittal plane
AKA Axial divides body into superior and inferior portions, r…
"flight of an arrow" plane running vertically through the bod…
equal midline devision
runs vertically through the body dividing into off-midline le…
transverse plane
AKA Axial divides body into superior and inferior portions, r…
sagittal plane
"flight of an arrow" plane running vertically through the bod…
93 terms
Intro to sonography test 2- image orientation
Ipsilateral
contralateral
unilateral
bilateral
affecting the same side of the body
affecting the opposite side of the body
occurring in one side of the body
occurring on both sides of the body
Ipsilateral
affecting the same side of the body
contralateral
affecting the opposite side of the body
Intro to Sonography Chapter 1
anterior
posterior
distal
proximal
in front of, front
after, behind, following, toward the rear
away from, farther from the origin
near, close to the origin
anterior
in front of, front
posterior
after, behind, following, toward the rear
238 terms
Intro to Sonography Final
Ways to prevent WRMSD
WRMSD
MSI
RSI
combination of aerobic, flexibility, strength training exerci…
Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorder
Musculoskeletal Injury
Repetitive Strain Injury
Ways to prevent WRMSD
combination of aerobic, flexibility, strength training exerci…
WRMSD
Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorder
27 terms
(craig)Wk 2 HW "Essentials of Sonography & Patient Care"-Ch1
A- Mode
B-Mode
M-Mode
Ablation
(amplitude mode) is the simplest type of ultrasound. A single…
(brightness mode) ultrasound, a linear array of transducers s…
(motion mode) ultrasound, This represents movement of structu…
With use of ultrasound, this procedure helps guide the placem…
A- Mode
(amplitude mode) is the simplest type of ultrasound. A single…
B-Mode
(brightness mode) ultrasound, a linear array of transducers s…
42 terms
Intro to Sonography Ch. 1 & 2 (Curry Book)
Assessment Notes
Differential Diagnosis
Electronic Medical Record... (EMR)
Hepatitis B... (HBV)
results of the physical examination, including a listing of p…
multiple pathologic conditions that may be indicated by the u…
a computer based version of a patient's medical information
Bloodborne pathogen that requires Standard Precautions to red…
Assessment Notes
results of the physical examination, including a listing of p…
Differential Diagnosis
multiple pathologic conditions that may be indicated by the u…
23 terms
sonography pictures
echogenic
anechoic
echopenic
isoechoic
echogenic
anechoic
115 terms
Sonography Abbreviations
AAA
Ab
Amnio
A-mode
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
Abortion
Amniocentesis
Amplitude Mode, amplitude modulation scan
AAA
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
Ab
Abortion
9 terms
intro to sonography
acoustics
acoustic window
color doppler
sonography
deals with the generation, propagation and receiving of sound…
term used to describe an area of the body that easily transmi…
allows visualization of blood flow in vessels
an imaging modality used to visualize structures below the sk…
acoustics
deals with the generation, propagation and receiving of sound…
acoustic window
term used to describe an area of the body that easily transmi…
82 terms
Intro to Sonography: Final Pt.3 Professional Orgs.
AMA
JRC-DMS
CAAHEP
1979
SDMS collaborated with ________ to establish the JRC-DMS.
___________ is the body that reviews, evaluates, and makes re…
JRC-DMS makes recommendations to
Standards and Guidelines for an accredited Program was initia…
AMA
SDMS collaborated with ________ to establish the JRC-DMS.
JRC-DMS
___________ is the body that reviews, evaluates, and makes re…
70 terms
Intro to Sonography: Final Pt. 1 MSD
Different Nomenclature used to describ…
WRDMS:
MSI:
RSI:
WRMDS... MSI... RSI... RMI... CTD... WRULD... OOS
work-related musculoskeletal disorder
musculoskeletal injury
repetitive strain injury
Different Nomenclature used to describ…
WRMDS... MSI... RSI... RMI... CTD... WRULD... OOS
WRDMS:
work-related musculoskeletal disorder
83 terms
Intro to Sonography Quiz 3
AAA
AODM
ASAP
bid
abdominal aortic aneurysm
adult-onset diabetes mellitus
as soon as possible
twice a day
AAA
abdominal aortic aneurysm
AODM
adult-onset diabetes mellitus
56 terms
intro to sonography
transducer
transducer button
annotation keys
text key
a device use to convert energy from one form to another
allows several transducers to be plugged into the machine at…
keyboard and programmed keys allowing labeling on the image.…
this button allows the sonographer to type text on an image
transducer
a device use to convert energy from one form to another
transducer button
allows several transducers to be plugged into the machine at…
Intro to Sonography- Final Review
Justice
Invasion of privacy
Dehumanization
Duty
All persons must be treated equally
Wrongful intrusion or publication of private facts
Referring to patients by their anatomy
Obligated under law to perform services for a patient that me…
Justice
All persons must be treated equally
Invasion of privacy
Wrongful intrusion or publication of private facts
92 terms
Chapter 4- Sonography Safety Issues
3/4
ergonomics
musculoskeletal
low
By the beginning of the 21st century, more than _____ of the…
the science of work; remove barriers to quality, productivity…
________ injuries or MSIs result from minuscule, cumulative t…
Studies have shown that a frequent source of muscle fatigue a…
3/4
By the beginning of the 21st century, more than _____ of the…
ergonomics
the science of work; remove barriers to quality, productivity…
149 terms
Abdominal Sonography 1 Exam 2 Review
double layer of peritoneum, joins less…
What is the Gastrohepatic ligament?
what is the Hepatoduodenal Ligament?
The Liver arises from..
lesser omentum
lesser omentum extending accross transverse fissure
lesser omentum extending to rt free border of gastrohepatic t…
Endodermal in origin... -arises from ventral mesogastrum (divert…
double layer of peritoneum, joins less…
lesser omentum
What is the Gastrohepatic ligament?
lesser omentum extending accross transverse fissure
33 terms
Intro to Sonography
How does a student get the most out of…
What is ultrasound?
What are other words used for ultrasou…
What is the speed of sound through sof…
-be there all the time, on time... -be present and presistant; s…
Sound frequencies above the upper limits of the human ear
-diagnostic medical sonography... -sonogram... -ultrasonography
1540 m/sec
How does a student get the most out of…
-be there all the time, on time... -be present and presistant; s…
What is ultrasound?
Sound frequencies above the upper limits of the human ear
33 terms
Chapter 5 "Intro to Sonography"
Affordable Care Act
arrhythmia
automated external defibrillators
barrier devices
was signed into law as a way of putting consumers back in cha…
any variations of the normal rhythm of the heart is termed .…
is external bc the operator applies the electrode pads to the…
such as gloves gowns and masks
Affordable Care Act
was signed into law as a way of putting consumers back in cha…
arrhythmia
any variations of the normal rhythm of the heart is termed .…
38 terms
Sonography Terminology
Tranverse
Sagittal
Parasagittal
Coronal
AKA: Axial; divides body into superior and inferior portions,…
literally means "flight of an arrow," plane running verticall…
plane running vertically thru the body dividing into off-midl…
divides body into anterior and posterior portions
Tranverse
AKA: Axial; divides body into superior and inferior portions,…
Sagittal
literally means "flight of an arrow," plane running verticall…
42 terms
Sonography Terminology
Tranverse
Sagittal
Midsagittal
Parasagittal
AKA: Axial; divides body into superior and inferior portions,…
literally means "flight of an arrow," plane running verticall…
describes an equal midline division
plane running vertically thru the body dividing into off-midl…
Tranverse
AKA: Axial; divides body into superior and inferior portions,…
Sagittal
literally means "flight of an arrow," plane running verticall…
Intro to Sonography- Effective Communication
Maslow's Hierarchy of needs
Effective verbal communication guideli…
Effective communication skills
Patients w/ difficulty understanding c…
Self-actualization, self-esteem/respect, love & belonging, sa…
-Think of and prepare your thoughts before you speak... -Analyze…
-Listening... -Observing... -Responding appropriately... -Maintaining…
-Stand where visible ... -Speak slowly and clearly in normal ton…
Maslow's Hierarchy of needs
Self-actualization, self-esteem/respect, love & belonging, sa…
Effective verbal communication guideli…
-Think of and prepare your thoughts before you speak... -Analyze…
Intro To Sonography Midterm Study Guide
Arises from the posterolateral wall of…
Vessels originating from the iliac art…
Leaves the posterolateral wall of the…
First major anterior artery to arise f…
Left renal artery
Common femoral arteries
Right renal artery
Celiac axis
Arises from the posterolateral wall of…
Left renal artery
Vessels originating from the iliac art…
Common femoral arteries
16 terms
Sonography History
Who did peripheral US?
What was Strandness' article about?
Who invented gray scale?
What was bi stable imagine
Strandness
Doppler
Kossoff
it was black and white only
Who did peripheral US?
Strandness
What was Strandness' article about?
Doppler
68 terms
Intro to sonography test TWO
values
morals
ethics
autonomy
desirable qualities. actions are determined by values
our personal "right and wrong" system
our actions and decisions
patient has the right to choose their treatment or to refuse it
values
desirable qualities. actions are determined by values
morals
our personal "right and wrong" system
61 terms
Intro to sonography test 2- history of ultrasound
when did the study of sound begin?
In the beginning, ancient pioneers of…
Who formed the theories of reflection…
who determined that the frequency of a…
before 500 BC
musical instruments and physics
Huygens 1680s
Doppler 1840s
when did the study of sound begin?
before 500 BC
In the beginning, ancient pioneers of…
musical instruments and physics
88 terms
Midterm For Intro to Sonography
Abduction
Adduction
Bursitis
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Withdrawal (movement away) of a part from the axis of the tru…
Movement of a part toward the midline of the body
Inflammation of the bursa (sac around the joint)
A condition in which there is excessive pressure on the media…
Abduction
Withdrawal (movement away) of a part from the axis of the tru…
Adduction
Movement of a part toward the midline of the body
23 terms
Intro to Sonography-Chapter 3 Test Review
Vital Signs
Pulse, respiratory rate, body temperat…
60-100 bpm
12-20 breaths/min
Observable and measurable signs of life
Examples of vital signs
Normal pulse
Normal respiratory rate
Vital Signs
Observable and measurable signs of life
Pulse, respiratory rate, body temperat…
Examples of vital signs
130 terms
Essentials of Sonography & Patient Care
acrostics
Association
clustering
critical thinking
memory technique whereby you create a sentence in which the f…
a technique for remembering that requires a meaningful connec…
method of memorizing long series of data by arranging them in…
capacity for judgement, fact gathering, analysis, and synthesis
acrostics
memory technique whereby you create a sentence in which the f…
Association
a technique for remembering that requires a meaningful connec…
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