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Special Procedures - Radiography
Angiocardiography
Angiography
Antegrade urethrogram
Arthrography
An intravenous radiographic contrast study evaluating the vas…
An intravenous radiographic contrast study evaluating the vas…
A method of urethrography in which the contrast medium is voi…
A radiographic contrast technique evaluating the articular ca…
Angiocardiography
An intravenous radiographic contrast study evaluating the vas…
Angiography
An intravenous radiographic contrast study evaluating the vas…
330 terms
Procedures I Complete Radiography Units
5 Important things to remember before…
PA/Lateral Chest, SID
PA/Lateral Chest, kVp
PA/Lateral Chest, IR Size
1, Set up room... 2, Identify Patient (name and DOB)... 3, Verify O…
72"
110-130
14x17" or 35x43 cm
5 Important things to remember before…
1, Set up room... 2, Identify Patient (name and DOB)... 3, Verify O…
PA/Lateral Chest, SID
72"
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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…
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Radiography procedures test 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Osteology
Sagittal plane
science of the structures of the body
study of functions of body organs
study of bones of body
right and left segments
Anatomy
science of the structures of the body
Physiology
study of functions of body organs
42 terms
PP12 - Surgical Radiography & Procedures
Mobile Fluoroscopy
C-arm and... Monitor
C-arm
Monitor
>C-arm: image intensifier on top and x-ray tube at the*…
Main components of mobile fluoroscopy
>Maneuverability... -180º rotation... -Tilt, elevation, extension…
>2 screens... >Used for image manipulation and post processing…
Mobile Fluoroscopy
>C-arm: image intensifier on top and x-ray tube at the*…
C-arm and... Monitor
Main components of mobile fluoroscopy
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Radiography Procedures Pathology
Chole-
Cysto-
Cholecystogram
Cholangiogram
prefix denoting relationship to bile
Prefix denoting Sac or bladder
Radiographic examination of the gallbladder
Radiographic examination of the biliary ducts
Chole-
prefix denoting relationship to bile
Cysto-
Prefix denoting Sac or bladder
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Advanced Procedures Digital Radiography
-digital image processing unit ... -digit…
receptor
a matrix of pixels
cassettes containing intensifying scre…
Digital radiography is performed by a system consisting of th…
The digital ____ is the device that intercepts the x-ray beam…
an image in digital form is made up of _____, each with a num…
what does digital imaging replace?
-digital image processing unit ... -digit…
Digital radiography is performed by a system consisting of th…
receptor
The digital ____ is the device that intercepts the x-ray beam…
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Radiography Procedures Terms 1
abdomen
acute
Addison's planes
adipose
middle of the body from diaphragm to pubic symphysis
severe, sharp, or intense
9 body regions
fat
abdomen
middle of the body from diaphragm to pubic symphysis
acute
severe, sharp, or intense
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Forearm & Elbow Radiography (Radiographic Procedures)
Where is the proximal radioulnar joint…
Which bone of the forearm is on the me…
What are the pointed tips that occur o…
What do you call the head of the ulna?
Distal part of the elbow
Ulna
Styloid Process
distal end of ulna (near the wrist)
Where is the proximal radioulnar joint…
Distal part of the elbow
Which bone of the forearm is on the me…
Ulna
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Advanced Procedures Digital Radiography
-digital image processing unit ... -digit…
receptor
a matrix of pixels
cassettes containing intensifying scre…
Digital radiography is performed by a system consisting of th…
The digital ____ is the device that intercepts the x-ray beam…
an image in digital form is made up of _____, each with a num…
what does digital imaging replace?
-digital image processing unit ... -digit…
Digital radiography is performed by a system consisting of th…
receptor
The digital ____ is the device that intercepts the x-ray beam…
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Radiography- special procedures
ARDMS
Certification
Claustrophobic
Dehydration
American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
The ARRT certification indicates having passed an examination…
Suffering from the fear of being in a confined space
Deprivation of water
ARDMS
American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Certification
The ARRT certification indicates having passed an examination…
78 terms
Advanced Procedures Digital Radiography
-digital image processing unit ... -digit…
receptor
a matrix of pixels
cassettes containing intensifying scre…
Digital radiography is performed by a system consisting of th…
The digital ____ is the device that intercepts the x-ray beam…
an image in digital form is made up of _____, each with a num…
what does digital imaging replace?
-digital image processing unit ... -digit…
Digital radiography is performed by a system consisting of th…
receptor
The digital ____ is the device that intercepts the x-ray beam…
45 terms
Abdominal Radiography (Radiographic Procedures)
KUB
What are the 6 organs of the digestive
KVP equals ________________
The ileoccal valve is located at the j…
Kidneys, Ureters, and Bladder
1. Oral... 2. Pharynx... 3. Esophagus... 4. Stomach... 5. Small Intestine…
Contrast
ileum and cecum
KUB
Kidneys, Ureters, and Bladder
What are the 6 organs of the digestive
1. Oral... 2. Pharynx... 3. Esophagus... 4. Stomach... 5. Small Intestine…
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…
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Radiographic Procedures (Positioning) - Radiography Review
Which of the following positions would…
Which of the following is (are) effect…
Which of the following projections of…
Which of the following is a functional…
(A) Ventral decubitus position
(D) 1, 2, and 3
(C) Medial oblique 45º
(C) Flexion and extension laterals
Which of the following positions would…
(A) Ventral decubitus position
Which of the following is (are) effect…
(D) 1, 2, and 3
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Endocrine Radiography/Drugs/Procedures
Lymphangiography
Radioactive iodine uptake (RAIU)
Radioimmunoassay,
Thyroid scan
radiographic examination of lymph glands and lymphatic vessel…
Test to measure the amount of radioactive iodine taken up by…
test combines radioactive chemicals and antibodies to detect…
images of the thyroid gland are obtained after oral or intrav…
Lymphangiography
radiographic examination of lymph glands and lymphatic vessel…
Radioactive iodine uptake (RAIU)
Test to measure the amount of radioactive iodine taken up by…
16 terms
PF Radiography - Special Procedures & Imaging
An esophagram is to be completed. How…
If you didn't have a dental radiograph…
You should aim for a _______ when radi…
You're now getting ready to radiograph…
An enema isn't needed for this study
Left VD oblique extraoral view
bisecting angle coming rostrally
dorsolateral-palmaromedial oblique (DLPMO)
An esophagram is to be completed. How…
An enema isn't needed for this study
If you didn't have a dental radiograph…
Left VD oblique extraoral view
38 terms
Rad Procedures III Trauma Radiography
Define trauma
What are some causes of traumatic even…
What type of equipment is used in trau…
What types of devices may need to be u…
A sudden, unexpected, dramatic, forceful or violent event
Blunt, penetrating, explosive and thermal forces
Mobile radiographic machines
Immobilization devices (tape, sponge, sand bags)
Define trauma
A sudden, unexpected, dramatic, forceful or violent event
What are some causes of traumatic even…
Blunt, penetrating, explosive and thermal forces
15 terms
Procedures I Week 1-2 Chest Radiography
5 Important things to remember before…
PA/Lateral Chest, SID
PA/Lateral Chest, kVp
PA/Lateral Chest, IR Size
1, Set up room... 2, Identify Patient (name and DOB)... 3, Verify O…
72"
110-130
14x17" or 35x43 cm
5 Important things to remember before…
1, Set up room... 2, Identify Patient (name and DOB)... 3, Verify O…
PA/Lateral Chest, SID
72"
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special procedure radiography
contrast medium
positive and negative
positive
barium sulfate, iodine based compounds
this is a substance used to increase radiographic contrast wi…
what are the 2 categories of contrast medium
this type of contrast is radiopaque on a film
what are the 2 types of positive contrast
contrast medium
this is a substance used to increase radiographic contrast wi…
positive and negative
what are the 2 categories of contrast medium
18 terms
Procedures T4- Mobile Radiography
allows imaging services to be brought…
used by military in WW1; brought equip…
mas range for mobile radiogaphy
the mobile unit can be
mobile radiography
mobile radiography
.04-320 mAs
battery operated or capacitor discharged
allows imaging services to be brought…
mobile radiography
used by military in WW1; brought equip…
mobile radiography
36 terms
Chapters 14,19 Procedures of Radiography
Tomographic Angle
Object Plane
Blur
Exposure Angle
Angle of movement
Plane where the target anatomy is clear
Area of distortion
Distance traveled during the exposure
Tomographic Angle
Angle of movement
Object Plane
Plane where the target anatomy is clear
62 terms
urography procedural / Radiography of the urinary system
1 ap scout ... 2 ap scout kidneys
1 AP kidneys / nephrotogram (post inje…
urography
20-30
how many views are performed before the injection of the kidn…
which view are done for kidney after injection?(urography )
is the examination used to evaluate kidneys ,urether and blad…
what is the degree of the obliques for urography ?
1 ap scout ... 2 ap scout kidneys
how many views are performed before the injection of the kidn…
1 AP kidneys / nephrotogram (post inje…
which view are done for kidney after injection?(urography )
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Procedures Chapter 16 Pediatric Radiography
List the 2 important general factors t…
List the 3 possible roles for the pare…
True/False: Parents should never be in…
True/False: Battered child syndrome (B…
1. Technologist's attitude and approach to a child... 2. Technic…
1. Serve as an observer in the room to lend support and comfo…
False (may be permissible with proper lead shielding if not p…
False (correct term is nonaccidental trauma, NAT)
List the 2 important general factors t…
1. Technologist's attitude and approach to a child... 2. Technic…
List the 3 possible roles for the pare…
1. Serve as an observer in the room to lend support and comfo…
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Radiographic Procedures (Positioning) - Radiography Review
Which of the following positions would…
Which of the following is (are) effect…
Which of the following projections of…
Which of the following is a functional…
(A) Ventral decubitus position
(D) 1, 2, and 3
(C) Medial oblique 45º
(C) Flexion and extension laterals
Which of the following positions would…
(A) Ventral decubitus position
Which of the following is (are) effect…
(D) 1, 2, and 3
16 terms
PF Radiography - Special Procedures & Imaging
An esophagram is to be completed. How…
If you didn't have a dental radiograph…
You should aim for a _______ when radi…
You're now getting ready to radiograph…
An enema isn't needed for this study
Left VD oblique extraoral view
bisecting angle coming rostrally
dorsolateral-palmaromedial oblique (DLPMO)
An esophagram is to be completed. How…
An enema isn't needed for this study
If you didn't have a dental radiograph…
Left VD oblique extraoral view
50 terms
Radiography procedures: Clavicle/ Scapula/AC Joints
Which of the following bones makes up…
For the AP, AP Axial (lordotic), AP Ax…
For the AP & Lateral Scapula what size…
What are the breathing instructions fo…
2 and 3
10x12 Crosswise
10x12 Lengthwise
Suspend respiration @ end of exhalation, helps obtain a more…
Which of the following bones makes up…
2 and 3
For the AP, AP Axial (lordotic), AP Ax…
10x12 Crosswise
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Computed Radiography (11-3) Cleaning and Operating Procedures
Filter
Manual Load Cassette cleaning
Monitor Display Panel
A/E99D-3 Exterior
is located on the right hand side of the scanner next to the…
Wipe with lint free cloth dampened with Windex Glass Cleaner
Clean with lint free and Windex... Apply cleaner to cloth, not s…
Includes cleaning of the scanners, CPUs and monitors exterior…
Filter
is located on the right hand side of the scanner next to the…
Manual Load Cassette cleaning
Wipe with lint free cloth dampened with Windex Glass Cleaner
39 terms
Procedures II Week 6 Skull Radiography
SID for skull all skull positions
IR size and orientation for PA skull
Tube angle for PA skull
CR for PA skull
40"
10 x 12 Lengthwise
none
Glabella
SID for skull all skull positions
40"
IR size and orientation for PA skull
10 x 12 Lengthwise
59 terms
Procedures II Week 3 UGI Radiography
Inert
Thin Barium
Thick Barium
Where is thick barium used most
No pharmaceutical reaction
1:1 barium:water
3-4:1 barium:water
Esophagrams
Inert
No pharmaceutical reaction
Thin Barium
1:1 barium:water
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Procedures II Week 1 Urinary Radiography
What is the patient preparation for IVU?
Why would it be important to clamp the…
How do you prepare the room for an IVU?
What type of needle would be used for…
Light evening meal, Bowel cleansing cathartic, NPO after midn…
Allows bladder to fill
Two of each 19 and 21 gauge needles, tourniquet, alcohol wipe…
Butterfly needle (short-term)
What is the patient preparation for IVU?
Light evening meal, Bowel cleansing cathartic, NPO after midn…
Why would it be important to clamp the…
Allows bladder to fill
28 terms
Procedures II Week 7 Facial Bones Radiography
Routine for Facial Bone series
Optional position for the facial bone…
Parietoacanthial (Waters) CR
Parietoacanthial (Waters) Planes and…
1, Parietocanthial (Waters)... 2, PA Caldwell... 3, Lateral (affe…
Modified Water's
Exits the acanthion
MML & MSP perpendicular to IR,... OML 37 degree angle to bucky
Routine for Facial Bone series
1, Parietocanthial (Waters)... 2, PA Caldwell... 3, Lateral (affe…
Optional position for the facial bone…
Modified Water's
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Advanced Procedures Breast Anatomy and Radiography Ch 23
breast and mammary gland
breasts
base
pectoralis major and serratus anterior
____are two terms often used synonymously
____ are lobulated glandular structures in the superficial fa…
the posterior surface is called the
the breast lies on these two muscles
breast and mammary gland
____are two terms often used synonymously
breasts
____ are lobulated glandular structures in the superficial fa…
Fingers, Hands, and Thumb (Radiography Procedures Lab)
Fan Lateral Hand
Lateral Hand
PA Hand
How many hand views are there?
Fan Lateral Hand
Lateral Hand
Frame the hand; box it in by leaving light around hand (inclu…
3 Views... 1. PA... 2.PA Oblique... 3. Lateral (Fan Lateral or Lateral…
Fan Lateral Hand
Fan Lateral Hand
Lateral Hand
Lateral Hand
42 terms
Radiography - Chapter 13 Intraoral Radiographic Procedures
1. bitewing... 2. periapical... 3. occlusal
carious lesions - cavities
Abcesses, endo & perio issues, bone loss
trauma
What are the 3 types of intraoral examinations?
What is a bitewing used to see?
What is a periapical used to see?
What is an occlusal used to see?
1. bitewing... 2. periapical... 3. occlusal
What are the 3 types of intraoral examinations?
carious lesions - cavities
What is a bitewing used to see?
57 terms
Procedures II Week 4 LGI Radiography
SBS and BE contraindications (3)
SBS Indications (4)
Ileus
Adynamic ileus
1, Preabdominal surgery... 2, Perforated hollow viscus... 3, Large…
1, Enteritis or Gastroenteritis... 2, Neoplasm... 3, Malabsorption…
An obstruction which causes the jejunum to fill with air
Cessation of peristalsis (no mechanical reason why it's happe…
SBS and BE contraindications (3)
1, Preabdominal surgery... 2, Perforated hollow viscus... 3, Large…
SBS Indications (4)
1, Enteritis or Gastroenteritis... 2, Neoplasm... 3, Malabsorption…
78 terms
Radiography Procedures Spine, sacrum, coccyx, and SI joints
What portions of the vertebrae unite t…
What structures separate the vertebral…
Which portions of the vertebrae articu…
Failure of the posterior encasement of…
Laminae
Intervertebral disks
Inferior articular facets of superior vertebrae and superior…
Spina bifida
What portions of the vertebrae unite t…
Laminae
What structures separate the vertebral…
Intervertebral disks
103 terms
Radiography Procedures Spine, sacrum, coccyx, and SI joints
What portions of the vertebrae unite t…
What structures separate the vertebral…
Which portions of the vertebrae articu…
Which pathologic condition is defined…
Laminae
Intervertebral disks
Inferior articular facets of superior vertebrae and superior…
Ankylosing spondylitis
What portions of the vertebrae unite t…
Laminae
What structures separate the vertebral…
Intervertebral disks
114 terms
Radiography Procedures Spine, sacrum, coccyx, and SI joints
What portions of the vertebrae unite t…
What structures separate the vertebral…
Which portions of the vertebrae articu…
Which pathologic condition is defined…
Laminae
Intervertebral disks
Inferior articular facets of superior vertebrae and superior…
Ankylosing spondylitis
What portions of the vertebrae unite t…
Laminae
What structures separate the vertebral…
Intervertebral disks
43 terms
Chapter 29-Surgical Radiography-Procedures 2
What does the surgical team consist of…
The surgical team is divided into what…
what is a specially prepared area of t…
What is the separation between sterile…
Surgeon... One or two assistants... Surgical tech... Anesthesia provid…
sterile & nonsterile members
sterile field
surgical asepsis
What does the surgical team consist of…
Surgeon... One or two assistants... Surgical tech... Anesthesia provid…
The surgical team is divided into what…
sterile & nonsterile members
27 terms
Advanced Procedures Ch 24 CNS (book) (Radiography and Myelography)
bone injury, subluxation, or dislocation
cross-table lateral cervical spine rad…
AP, both obliques, Dens, vertebral arc…
tomography
in traumatized patients, radiographs are obtained to detect _…
For a traumatized patient with possible CNS involvement, a___…
on a trauma cervical spine, these projections should be obtai…
____ has been largely replaced by CT because of the lack of s…
bone injury, subluxation, or dislocation
in traumatized patients, radiographs are obtained to detect _…
cross-table lateral cervical spine rad…
For a traumatized patient with possible CNS involvement, a___…
61 terms
Advanced Procedures: Digital Radiography & Blood Vascular system
Angiography
Arteriography
Venography
Stenosis
radiologic exam of vascular structures after the intro of a c…
radiologic exam of arteries via contrast injection
Radiologic exam of veins via contrast injection
narrowing of a vessel, usually a result of atherosclerosis (w…
Angiography
radiologic exam of vascular structures after the intro of a c…
Arteriography
radiologic exam of arteries via contrast injection
78 terms
Radiography Procedures Spine, sacrum, coccyx, and SI joints
What portions of the vertebrae unite t…
What structures separate the vertebral…
Which portions of the vertebrae articu…
Failure of the posterior encasement of…
Laminae
Intervertebral disks
Inferior articular facets of superior vertebrae and superior…
Spina bifida
What portions of the vertebrae unite t…
Laminae
What structures separate the vertebral…
Intervertebral disks
16 terms
Urinary System Diagnostic Tests & Procedures Radiography
intravenous pyelogram (IVP)
intravenous urogram (IVU)
IVP
IVU
x-ray image of the urinary tract obtained after a iodine cont…
x-ray image of the urinary tract obtained after a iodine cont…
intravenous pyelogram
intravenous urogram
intravenous pyelogram (IVP)
x-ray image of the urinary tract obtained after a iodine cont…
intravenous urogram (IVU)
x-ray image of the urinary tract obtained after a iodine cont…
46 terms
SPC Radiography C/O 2017 Procedures Lecture, Quiz 1
Central Ray
Source Image Distance (SID)
Object Image Distance (OID)
Transverse Center (Detent)
center point of x-ray beam
distance from x-ray tube to image receptor
distance from object being x-rays to the IR
Line up the x-ray tube in center of image receptor
Central Ray
center point of x-ray beam
Source Image Distance (SID)
distance from x-ray tube to image receptor
49 terms
Procedures II Week 8 Sinuses, Mandible, TMJ Radiography
Routine Sinus Positions/Methods
Parietoacanthial/Water's best demonstr…
Parietoacanthial/Water's demonstrates
PA Caldwell Sinuses best demonstrates
Same as facial bones:... 1. Waters... 2. Caldwell... 3. Lateral of aff…
maxillary sinuses
1, maxillary sinuses... 2, ethmoid sinuses... 3, frontal sinuses
1, frontal sinuses... 2, ethmoid sinuses
Routine Sinus Positions/Methods
Same as facial bones:... 1. Waters... 2. Caldwell... 3. Lateral of aff…
Parietoacanthial/Water's best demonstr…
maxillary sinuses
31 terms
Procedures II Week 7 Orbits, Zygomatic arches, Nasal Bones Radiography
Routine orbit positions
Alternative name for the Parieto-orbit…
Parieto-orbital projection CR
Parieto-orbital projection pt. positio…
1, Both parieto-orbital projections... 2, Lateral (affected side…
Rhese or the three-point landing
midportion of downside orbit (touching IR)
rotate head 37 degrees from true PA and place chin, cheek, an…
Routine orbit positions
1, Both parieto-orbital projections... 2, Lateral (affected side…
Alternative name for the Parieto-orbit…
Rhese or the three-point landing
55 terms
Radiography procedures: Clavicle/ Scapula/ Sternum/ Ribs/ AC Joints
Which of the following bones makes up…
The acromial extremity of the clavicle…
All of the joints of the shoulder gird…
The SC articulation is formed by the s…
2 and 3
acromion process of scapula
synovial, freely moveable
1 and 3
Which of the following bones makes up…
2 and 3
The acromial extremity of the clavicle…
acromion process of scapula
55 terms
Radiography procedures: Clavicle/ Scapula/ Sternum/ Ribs/ AC Joints
Which of the following bones makes up…
The acromial extremity of the clavicle…
All of the joints of the shoulder gird…
The SC articulation is formed by the s…
2 and 3
acromion process of scapula
synovial, freely moveable
1 and 3
Which of the following bones makes up…
2 and 3
The acromial extremity of the clavicle…
acromion process of scapula
78 terms
RAD 122: Radiographic Procedures-Chapter 15: Trauma, Mobile, and Surgical Radiography
Battery-Driven, Battery Operated, Mobi…
2.5 to mph with a maximum incline of 7°
10 miles on a level surface
C-Arm
What are the two most commonly used mobile x-ray units?
What is the average speed and incline of a battery operated m…
How far can a battery- operated mobile unit travel after bein…
What type of mobile unit is used in the operating room?
Battery-Driven, Battery Operated, Mobi…
What are the two most commonly used mobile x-ray units?
2.5 to mph with a maximum incline of 7°
What is the average speed and incline of a battery operated m…
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