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Patient care during urology radiographic procedures
Nosicomial infections
French scale
Catheter care
Customer catheter
Poor infection control by health care workers
Size of catheters
Keep drainage bag below patients level of bladder
Diverts flow of urine from the urethral route, used for long…
Nosicomial infections
Poor infection control by health care workers
French scale
Size of catheters
Patient care during GI radiographic procedures
Contrast media
Negative agents
Positive agents
Positive agent
Used to light up the anatomy
Carbon dioxide and air
Creates density by absorbing the beam
Barium & iodinated contrast
Contrast media
Used to light up the anatomy
Negative agents
Carbon dioxide and air
Radiographic Procedures
Sagittal Plane
Midsagittal Plane
Coronal Plane
Horizontal Plane
Divides the entire body or a body part into right and left se…
A specific sagittal plane that passes through the midline of…
Divides the entire body or body part into anterior and poster…
Divides the body into superior and inferior portions; passes…
Sagittal Plane
Divides the entire body or a body part into right and left se…
Midsagittal Plane
A specific sagittal plane that passes through the midline of…
188 terms
Radiographic procedures
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
LPO of the lumbar spine
Routine excretory urography usually in…
45° oblique, affected side down
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
The patient is positioned so that the lumbar spine forms a 45…
1. tumor masses.... 2. residual urine.... 3. prostatic enlargement.
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
45° oblique, affected side down
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
188 terms
Radiographic procedures
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
LPO of the lumbar spine
Routine excretory urography usually in…
45° oblique, affected side down
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
The patient is positioned so that the lumbar spine forms a 45…
1. tumor masses.... 2. residual urine.... 3. prostatic enlargement.
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
45° oblique, affected side down
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
17 terms
Radiographic Procedures
Anterior or ventral
Posterior or dorsal
Lateral
Oblique
The front or forward aspect of the body or body part.
The back part of the body or body part.
Pertaining to the side; away from the median plane or middle.
Slanting, or diagonal.
Anterior or ventral
The front or forward aspect of the body or body part.
Posterior or dorsal
The back part of the body or body part.
140 terms
Radiographic Procedures
For an AP projection of the pelvis, at…
What part position & degree of rotatio…
For what reason might a patient underg…
What is the proper angulation of the w…
½ way between ASIS & pubic symphysis (2" above pubic symphysi…
45 degrees medial oblique of the elbow
To accelerate or stimulate peristalsis
20 degrees (no direction required)
For an AP projection of the pelvis, at…
½ way between ASIS & pubic symphysis (2" above pubic symphysi…
What part position & degree of rotatio…
45 degrees medial oblique of the elbow
Radiographic procedures
Which projection would best demonstrat…
The sternoclavicular joints are best d…
What position would best demonstrate T…
what projection best demonstrates the…
PA oblique scapular Y
in a slight oblique position, affected side adjacent to the IR
plantodorso projection of the os calcis
AP oblique
Which projection would best demonstrat…
PA oblique scapular Y
The sternoclavicular joints are best d…
in a slight oblique position, affected side adjacent to the IR
62 terms
Radiographic Procedures
PA Chest Radiography
Lateral Chest Radiography
What is the Chest radiography Routine?
What are the optional Chest Radiographs?
Center to T-7 and midsaggital plane. Image taken on 2nd inspi…
Center to mid coronal plane and to the level of T-7 Positioni…
PA Chest and Lateral Chest
Inspiration and Expiration PA Chest, AP Supine or Semi erect,…
PA Chest Radiography
Center to T-7 and midsaggital plane. Image taken on 2nd inspi…
Lateral Chest Radiography
Center to mid coronal plane and to the level of T-7 Positioni…
252 terms
Radiographic Procedures
Which of the following projections or…
The sternoclavicular joints are best d…
In which of the following positions/pr…
Which of the following projections is…
D.) PA Oblique Scapular Y
A.) In a slight oblique position, affected side adjacent to t…
B.) Plantodorsal projection of the os calcis.
C.) AP Oblique
Which of the following projections or…
D.) PA Oblique Scapular Y
The sternoclavicular joints are best d…
A.) In a slight oblique position, affected side adjacent to t…
25 terms
Radiographic Procedures
What is the routine in hip pediatrics?
What is the routine in hip trauma?
What is the routine in hip non-tauma?
What is the routine in hip post-surgery?
AP Pelvis & Modified Cleaves (Bilateral for comparison)
AP Pelvis or Hip & Axiolateral
AP & AP Oblique or Lateral
AP & Axiolateral to include hardware
What is the routine in hip pediatrics?
AP Pelvis & Modified Cleaves (Bilateral for comparison)
What is the routine in hip trauma?
AP Pelvis or Hip & Axiolateral
8 terms
Radiographic Procedures
OID
SID
CMC
IP
object to image distance
source to image distance
carpometacarpal joint (between carpals and metacarpals)(saddl…
interphalangeal joint (on thumb)
OID
object to image distance
SID
source to image distance
12 terms
Radiographic Procedures
PA Chest - technique
Lat Chest - technique
Chest - CR
KUB - technique
115 @3
115 @20
T7 & MSP (finger spread from Vertebra prominens)
80 @25
PA Chest - technique
115 @3
Lat Chest - technique
115 @20
76 terms
Radiographic Procedures
IR
SID
SID Standard?
mAs
Image receptor
Source to image receptor distance
40"
Milliampere seconds (number of x-Rays in the beam)
IR
Image receptor
SID
Source to image receptor distance
Radiographic procedures
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
LPO of the lumbar spine
Routine excretory urography usually in…
45° oblique, affected side down
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
The patient is positioned so that the lumbar spine forms a 45…
1. tumor masses.... 2. residual urine.... 3. prostatic enlargement.
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
45° oblique, affected side down
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
188 terms
Radiographic procedures
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
LPO of the lumbar spine
Routine excretory urography usually in…
45° oblique, affected side down
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
The patient is positioned so that the lumbar spine forms a 45…
1. tumor masses.... 2. residual urine.... 3. prostatic enlargement.
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
45° oblique, affected side down
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
188 terms
Radiographic procedures
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
LPO of the lumbar spine
Routine excretory urography usually in…
45° oblique, affected side down
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
The patient is positioned so that the lumbar spine forms a 45…
1. tumor masses.... 2. residual urine.... 3. prostatic enlargement.
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
45° oblique, affected side down
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
Radiographic Procedures
Procedure sequence for technologist- i…
Procedure sequence for tech- before pr…
Procedure sequence for tech- after pro…
Contrast media
Requesition generated, tech receives requisition, retrieves p…
informs patient of ordered procedure, washes hands, if intern…
checks images for acceptance criteria, escorts and releases p…
used when body tissues are close and can't normally be viewed…
Procedure sequence for technologist- i…
Requesition generated, tech receives requisition, retrieves p…
Procedure sequence for tech- before pr…
informs patient of ordered procedure, washes hands, if intern…
140 terms
Radiographic Procedures
For an AP projection of the pelvis, at…
What part position & degree of rotatio…
For what reason might a patient underg…
What is the proper angulation of the w…
½ way between ASIS & pubic symphysis (2" above pubic symphysi…
45 degrees medial oblique of the elbow
To accelerate or stimulate peristalsis
20 degrees (no direction required)
For an AP projection of the pelvis, at…
½ way between ASIS & pubic symphysis (2" above pubic symphysi…
What part position & degree of rotatio…
45 degrees medial oblique of the elbow
17 terms
Radiographic procedures
Name image receptors
Red rule
4 reasons for clinical history
Conscious movement of skeletal muscles
Cassette with film... fluoroscopic screen... Imaging plate... Detector
Name, DOB... Bracelet
Anatomic variance ... Pathologic condition... Info... Correct side
Voluntary
Name image receptors
Cassette with film... fluoroscopic screen... Imaging plate... Detector
Red rule
Name, DOB... Bracelet
252 terms
Radiographic Procedures
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
4) In which of the following positions…
5) The male bony pelvis differs from t…
A. turned outward
C. 2 and 3 only
B. Plantodorsal projection of the foot.
C. 2 and 3 only
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
A. turned outward
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
C. 2 and 3 only
252 terms
Radiographic Procedures
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
4) In which of the following positions…
5) The male bony pelvis differs from t…
A. turned outward
C. 2 and 3 only
B. Plantodorsal projection of the foot.
C. 2 and 3 only
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
A. turned outward
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
C. 2 and 3 only
252 terms
Radiographic Procedures
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
4) In which of the following positions…
5) The male bony pelvis differs from t…
A. turned outward
C. 2 and 3 only
B. Plantodorsal projection of the foot.
C. 2 and 3 only
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
A. turned outward
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
C. 2 and 3 only
Radiographic Procedures
In a 45° oblique of the lumbar spine t…
An intrathecal injection is associated…
The pedicle is represented by which pa…
The trapezium articulates with which m…
Lamina
Myelogram
Eye
1st metacarpal
In a 45° oblique of the lumbar spine t…
Lamina
An intrathecal injection is associated…
Myelogram
252 terms
Radiographic Procedures
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
4) In which of the following positions…
5) The male bony pelvis differs from t…
A. turned outward
C. 2 and 3 only
B. Plantodorsal projection of the foot.
C. 2 and 3 only
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
A. turned outward
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
C. 2 and 3 only
27 terms
Radiographic Procedures
To demonstrate the entire circumferenc…
The four major arteries supplying the…
Which of the following equipment is ma…
The right posterior oblique (RPO) posi…
All three
C. 2 and 3
C
1 and 2
To demonstrate the entire circumferenc…
All three
The four major arteries supplying the…
C. 2 and 3
253 terms
Radiographic Procedures
Which of the following procedures will…
In which type of fracture are the spli…
When performing tomography, it is of p…
The sternoclavicular joints are best d…
(B) Upper-limb venogram
(B) Compound
(D) 1, 2, and 3
(A) in a slight oblique position, affected side adjacent to t…
Which of the following procedures will…
(B) Upper-limb venogram
In which type of fracture are the spli…
(B) Compound
252 terms
Radiographic Procedures
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
4) In which of the following positions…
5) The male bony pelvis differs from t…
A. turned outward
C. 2 and 3 only
B. Plantodorsal projection of the foot.
C. 2 and 3 only
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
A. turned outward
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
C. 2 and 3 only
252 terms
Radiographic Procedures
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
4) In which of the following positions…
5) The male bony pelvis differs from t…
A. turned outward
C. 2 and 3 only
B. Plantodorsal projection of the foot.
C. 2 and 3 only
1) The term valgus refers to... A. turne…
A. turned outward
2) Which of the following fat pads/str…
C. 2 and 3 only
Radiographic Procedures
Where is the CR directed in an AP Proj…
On what respiration do you use for the…
What are all the AP projections of the…
Which AP Projection demonstrates the (…
1" inferior to corocoid process... [perpendicular to the IR]
Suspend breathing
External Rotation... Internal Rotation... Neutral Rotation
AP Projection Internal Rotation
Where is the CR directed in an AP Proj…
1" inferior to corocoid process... [perpendicular to the IR]
On what respiration do you use for the…
Suspend breathing
Radiographic Procedures Exam 1
Radiography Quality Factor: Optical De…
Radiography Quality Factor: Contrast
Radiography Quality Factor: Detail
The density is the darkness on the image "degree of blackenin…
The difference in density between any two areas on a radiogra…
Meaning how clear and sharp the image is.
Radiography Quality Factor: Optical De…
The density is the darkness on the image "degree of blackenin…
Radiography Quality Factor: Contrast
The difference in density between any two areas on a radiogra…
139 terms
Radiographic Procedures
Define Image receptor
4 Types of Image receptors
Superimpostition
Adjacent Structures
Receives the energy from the X-ray beam and forms the image
Cassette with film... Photostimulate storage Phospate plate (PSP…
relationship of anatomical superimposition to size, shape, po…
anatomic structure must be compared with adjacent structure a…
Define Image receptor
Receives the energy from the X-ray beam and forms the image
4 Types of Image receptors
Cassette with film... Photostimulate storage Phospate plate (PSP…
45 terms
Radiographic Procedures (Paranasal Sinuses)
In which body position should the pati…
Why should you ensure that you use eno…
LAT: How should MSP be placed w/ refer…
LAT: How should interpupillary line be…
Upright
It can cause shadows resembling pathologic conditions
Parallel
Perpendicular
In which body position should the pati…
Upright
Why should you ensure that you use eno…
It can cause shadows resembling pathologic conditions
188 terms
Radiographic procedures
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
LPO of the lumbar spine
Routine excretory urography usually in…
45° oblique, affected side down
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
The patient is positioned so that the lumbar spine forms a 45…
1. tumor masses.... 2. residual urine.... 3. prostatic enlargement.
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
45° oblique, affected side down
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
radiographic procedures
C7
T2,T3
T7
T9, T10
vertebral prominens
Jugular notch
inferior scapula
Xiphoid Tip
C7
vertebral prominens
T2,T3
Jugular notch
188 terms
Radiographic Procedure
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
LPO of the lumbar spine
Routine excretory urography usually in…
45° oblique, affected side down
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
The patient is positioned so that the lumbar spine forms a 45…
1. tumor masses.... 2. residual urine.... 3. prostatic enlargement.
To demonstrate the glenoid fossa in pr…
45° oblique, affected side down
When viewing the glenoid fossa from th…
it is seen to angle posteriorly and laterally approximately 4…
Radiographic procedures final
Sagittal
coronal
horizontal
Oblique
divided into right and left segments
divided into anterior and posterior (front and back)
divides the body into superior and inferior segments (near he…
right angles at any plane such as sagittal, horizontal, or co…
Sagittal
divided into right and left segments
coronal
divided into anterior and posterior (front and back)
93 terms
Radiographic Procedures Test 1
narrow latitude
wide latitude
to control detail in CR
controlling factor:... detail
high contrast, short scale
low contrast, long scale
-immobilization... -shorter exposure time
-motion... -focal spot size (smaller)
narrow latitude
high contrast, short scale
wide latitude
low contrast, long scale
44 terms
Abdominal Radiography (Radiographic Procedures)
KUB
What are the 6 organs of the digestive
Which muscles along each side of the s…
KVP equals ________________
Kidneys, Ureters, and Bladder
1. Oral... 2. Pharynx... 3. Esophagus... 4. Stomach... 5. Small Intestine…
PSOAS Muscles
Contrast
KUB
Kidneys, Ureters, and Bladder
What are the 6 organs of the digestive
1. Oral... 2. Pharynx... 3. Esophagus... 4. Stomach... 5. Small Intestine…
134 terms
Radiographic Procedures Unit 2
How many bones are in the axial skelet…
How many bones are in the appendicular…
Produces red and white blood cells
Stores fat cells
80
126
Red marrow
Yellow marrow
How many bones are in the axial skelet…
80
How many bones are in the appendicular…
126
19 terms
Radiographic Procedures Chapter 1
Image Receptor (IR)
Optical Density (OD)
Brightness
Contrast
device that receives energy of the x-ray beam and forms the i…
degree of image blackening on film or brightness on digital
digital imaging equivalent of OD
Difference in density of 2 areas on an image
Image Receptor (IR)
device that receives energy of the x-ray beam and forms the i…
Optical Density (OD)
degree of image blackening on film or brightness on digital
175 terms
Radiographic Procedures Chapter 3
Anatomy
Physiology
Osteology
Sagittal plane
the science of the structure of the body
study of the function of the body organs
study of body related to bones
divides body into left and right
Anatomy
the science of the structure of the body
Physiology
study of the function of the body organs
93 terms
Radiographic Procedures Test 1
narrow latitude
wide latitude
to control detail in CR
controlling factor:... detail
high contrast, short scale
low contrast, long scale
-immobilization... -shorter exposure time
-motion... -focal spot size (smaller)
narrow latitude
high contrast, short scale
wide latitude
low contrast, long scale
Radiographic Procedures Class 1
Radiographer
Radiographic procedure
Radiographic position
Body position
Person who takes images for diagnostic purposes
An exam, may be series of individual images of an anatomical…
Describes specific position used in radiography, patient posi…
Overall posture or general body position
Radiographer
Person who takes images for diagnostic purposes
Radiographic procedure
An exam, may be series of individual images of an anatomical…
71 terms
Radiology-Intraoral Radiographic Procedures
Define intraoral radiography
Producing quality dental radiographs d…
Quality radiographs should demonstrate…
Give 4 applications of intraoral radio…
methods of exposing dental x-ray film, PSP or digital sensory…
chair positioning... size of sensor... how the receptor should be…
1) maximum detail... 2)show teeth and supporting structure with…
1) evaluation of disease and its effects... 2)follow up of a dis…
Define intraoral radiography
methods of exposing dental x-ray film, PSP or digital sensory…
Producing quality dental radiographs d…
chair positioning... size of sensor... how the receptor should be…
25 terms
Radiographic Procedures: Processes and Projections
Condyle
Coracoid
Coronoid
Crest
Rounded process at an articular end
beaklike processes
Crownlike process
ridgelike process
Condyle
Rounded process at an articular end
Coracoid
beaklike processes
147 terms
Radiographic Procedures Exam 1
Axial skeleton
Appendicular skeleton
Long bones
Short/Flat bones
Central axis of the body. Consists of skull and vertebral col…
Shoulder and pelvic girdles. Consists of the limbs.
Limbs, made up of compact and spongy bone.
Carpal and tarsal bones. Calvarium ,sternum, ribs, and scapul…
Axial skeleton
Central axis of the body. Consists of skull and vertebral col…
Appendicular skeleton
Shoulder and pelvic girdles. Consists of the limbs.
12 terms
Radiographic Procedures: Positions
Upright
Seated
Recumbent
Supine
Erect or vertical
Upright but sitting on a stool
Lying down in any position
Lying on the back
Upright
Erect or vertical
Seated
Upright but sitting on a stool
38 terms
Radiographic Procedures 1 Exam
Directly Proportional
Exponentially Proportional
Directly/ Inversely Related
Inversely Proportional
Increase in variable "a" causes an exact identical increase i…
A small change in variable "a" causes a much larger change in…
Increase/decrease in variable "a" causes an increase/decrease…
Variable "a" and variable "b" changes exactly the same but in…
Directly Proportional
Increase in variable "a" causes an exact identical increase i…
Exponentially Proportional
A small change in variable "a" causes a much larger change in…
Radiographic Procedures Quiz 1
The term projection is radiography ref…
The term contrast in radiography refer…
Short Scale = ______ Contrast
The visibility of small structures on…
The path the Central Ray travels from the tube to the Image R…
The difference between the densities or grays on the radiograph
High
Detail
The term projection is radiography ref…
The path the Central Ray travels from the tube to the Image R…
The term contrast in radiography refer…
The difference between the densities or grays on the radiograph
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