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Lungs Chapter 10 - Merrils Atlas
What determines the size, shape, posit…
Diaphragm
What does the thoratic cavity contain?
What are the right and left pleural ca…
Body Habitus
separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity
lungs, heart, organs of the respiratory, cardiovascular, and…
shiny slippery and delicate serous membranes
What determines the size, shape, posit…
Body Habitus
Diaphragm
separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity
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Chapter 5 merrills atlas
Which end of the clavicle articulates…
Which end of the clavicle articulates…
What level is the clavicle
Which classification of joint are the…
Lateral
Medial
Above 1st rib
Synovial
Which end of the clavicle articulates…
Lateral
Which end of the clavicle articulates…
Medial
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Upper Limbs - Merrills Atlas
how many interphalangeal joints are fo…
each proximal phalanx articulates with a
which bones comprise the palm of the h…
which joint is formed by the articulat…
9
metacarpal
metacarpals
the proximal interphalangeal joint of the fourth digit
how many interphalangeal joints are fo…
9
each proximal phalanx articulates with a
metacarpal
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Ribs - Chapter 9 - Merrils Atlas
Purpose of the Bony thorax?
What is the bony thorax formed by?
Position of the Sternum?
Describe the sternum...
The bony thorax supports the walls of the pleural cavity and…
The bony thorax is formed by the sternum, 12 pairs of ribs, a…
The sternum, or breastbone is directed anteriorly and inferio…
a narrow flat bone about 6 inches in length, the sternum cons…
Purpose of the Bony thorax?
The bony thorax supports the walls of the pleural cavity and…
What is the bony thorax formed by?
The bony thorax is formed by the sternum, 12 pairs of ribs, a…
Chapter 5 merrills atlas
Lateral
Medial
Above 1st rib
Synovial
Which end of the clavicle articulates with the scapula
Which end of the clavicle articulates with the manubrium
What level is the clavicle
Which classification of joint are the sternoclavicular (SC) j…
Lateral
Which end of the clavicle articulates with the scapula
Medial
Which end of the clavicle articulates with the manubrium
221 terms
Upper Limbs - Merrills Atlas
how many interphalangeal joints are fo…
each proximal phalanx articulates with a
which bone comprise the palm of the hand
which joint is formed by the articulat…
9
metacarpal
metacarpals
the proximal interphalangeal joint of the fourth digit
how many interphalangeal joints are fo…
9
each proximal phalanx articulates with a
metacarpal
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Merrill's Atlas Ch. 1
Radiologic Technology
Radiographer
Patient care responsibilities:
Ethics
A health care profession that includes all diagnostic imaging…
A radiologic technologist who administers ionizing radiation…
- communication... - assessment... - monitoring... - support
The term applied to a health professional's moral responsibil…
Radiologic Technology
A health care profession that includes all diagnostic imaging…
Radiographer
A radiologic technologist who administers ionizing radiation…
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Ribs - Chapter 9 - Merrils Atlas
Purpose of the Bony thorax?
What is the bony thorax formed by?
Position of the Sternum?
Describe the sternum...
The bony thorax supports the walls of the pleural cavity and…
The bony thorax is formed by the sternum, 12 pairs of ribs, a…
The sternum, or breastbone is directed anteriorly and inferio…
a narrow flat bone about 6 inches in length, the sternum cons…
Purpose of the Bony thorax?
The bony thorax supports the walls of the pleural cavity and…
What is the bony thorax formed by?
The bony thorax is formed by the sternum, 12 pairs of ribs, a…
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Lungs Chapter 10 - Merrils Atlas
What determines the size, shape, posit…
Diaphragm
What does the thoratic cavity contain?
What are the right and left pleural ca…
Body Habitus
separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity
lungs, heart, organs of the respiratory, cardiovascular, and…
shiny slippery and delicate serous membranes
What determines the size, shape, posit…
Body Habitus
Diaphragm
separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity
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Chapter 10 Merrill's Atlas
What separates the thoracic cavity fro…
What cavity is bounded by the thorax?
What is a fibrous, muscular tube with…
Laryngeal Prominence is located where…
Diaphragm
Thoracic cavity
Trachea
C5
What separates the thoracic cavity fro…
Diaphragm
What cavity is bounded by the thorax?
Thoracic cavity
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Merrill's Atlas Chapter 1
image receptor
cassette
image plate
solid state detectors
device that receives the energy of the x-ray beam and forms t…
traditional film
does not contain film
a digital image, no plate or film
image receptor
device that receives the energy of the x-ray beam and forms t…
cassette
traditional film
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Merrill's Atlas Sec. 1
Which factor controls radiographic con…
What is the radiographic term that ref…
What is one of the most important fact…
How should a left lateral projection r…
kVp (Kilovoltage Peak)
Contrast
Alignment
So that the side of the patient closer to the IR during the p…
Which factor controls radiographic con…
kVp (Kilovoltage Peak)
What is the radiographic term that ref…
Contrast
165 terms
Merril's Atlas Workbook Chapter 3
Anatomy
Physiology
Osteology
Sagittal, coronal, horizontal, and obl…
The science of the structure of the body
The study of the function of the body organs
The detailed study of the body of knowledge relating to the b…
4 fundemental planes of the body
Anatomy
The science of the structure of the body
Physiology
The study of the function of the body organs
185 terms
Chapter 10 Merrill's Atlas
Diaphragm
Thoracic cavity
Trachea
C5
What separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity?
What cavity is bounded by the thorax?
What is a fibrous, muscular tube with 16 to 20 c-shaped carti…
Laryngeal Prominence is located where on the vertebra?
Diaphragm
What separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity?
Thoracic cavity
What cavity is bounded by the thorax?
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Chapter 10 Merrill's Atlas
Diaphragm
Thoracic cavity
Trachea
Carina
What separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity?
What cavity is bounded by the thorax?
What is a fibrous, muscular tube with 16 to 20 c-shaped carti…
What is the hooklike process, elongated, extends posteriorly…
Diaphragm
What separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity?
Thoracic cavity
What cavity is bounded by the thorax?
165 terms
Merril's Atlas Workbook Chapter 3
Anatomy
Physiology
Osteology
Sagittal, coronal, horizontal, and obl…
The science of the structure of the body
The study of the function of the body organs
The detailed study of the body of knowledge relating to the b…
4 fundemental planes of the body
Anatomy
The science of the structure of the body
Physiology
The study of the function of the body organs
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Merrill's Atlas of Radiographic Positioning
List the four planes of the body
nine regions of the abdomen
external landmark:... Mastoid Tip
external landmark:... Gonion
Sagittal... Coronal... Horizontal... Oblique
right & left hypochondriac; right & left lumbar; right & left…
C1
C2 & C3
List the four planes of the body
Sagittal... Coronal... Horizontal... Oblique
nine regions of the abdomen
right & left hypochondriac; right & left lumbar; right & left…
165 terms
Merril's Atlas Workbook Chapter 3
Anatomy
Physiology
Osteology
Sagittal, coronal, horizontal, and obl…
The science of the structure of the body
The study of the function of the body organs
The detailed study of the body of knowledge relating to the b…
4 fundemental planes of the body
Anatomy
The science of the structure of the body
Physiology
The study of the function of the body organs
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Merrill's atlas chapter 10 self-test
Mediastinum
Diaphragm
Pulmonary edema
To minimize magnification of the heart
What is the name of the area between the two pleural cavities?
Which structure is not demonstrated within the mediastinum in…
Which pathologic condition of the lung involves the replaceme…
Why should chest images be performed with a 72-inch SID?
Mediastinum
What is the name of the area between the two pleural cavities?
Diaphragm
Which structure is not demonstrated within the mediastinum in…
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Merrill's atlas chapter 3 self-test
Physiology
Sagittal, coronal, horizontal, oblique
Midsagital
Thoracic and abdominal
Which term refers to the study of the function of the body or…
What are the four fundamental body planes?
Which plane divides the body into equal right and left halves?
What are the two great cavities of the torso?
Physiology
Which term refers to the study of the function of the body or…
Sagittal, coronal, horizontal, oblique
What are the four fundamental body planes?
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Merrill's Atlas Chapter 20 skull
Total bones in the skull, divided into…
Cranial bones are divided into:
What do the cranial bones form?
What do the facial bones provide for t…
22 total... 8 cranial... 14 facial
calvaria... floor
protective housing for the brain
shape... structure... support... protective housing for upper ends of…
Total bones in the skull, divided into…
22 total... 8 cranial... 14 facial
Cranial bones are divided into:
calvaria... floor
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Merrill's Atlas Chapter 1 Self-test
Kvp
Optical density
Alignment
So that the side of the patient closer…
Which factor controls radiographic contrast?
Which radiographic term refers to the degree of blackening wh…
Which of the following factors controls shape distortion?
How should a left lateral projection radiograph of the chest…
Kvp
Which factor controls radiographic contrast?
Optical density
Which radiographic term refers to the degree of blackening wh…
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Merrill's Atlas Chapter 2 Self-test
Improve image quality on anatomic part…
AP projections of the thoracic spine.…
Aluminum
Between the tube and the IR
Compensating filters are used for:
Which of the following radiographic projections would benefit…
Filters are usually composed of:
Where is the compensating filter most often placed?
Improve image quality on anatomic part…
Compensating filters are used for:
AP projections of the thoracic spine.…
Which of the following radiographic projections would benefit…
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Merrils Atlas Review Semester 2 Final (ch.17 part 2)
projection of stomach shows anterior &…
how can you administer barium for exam…
patient prep for small intestine exam
1st SI xray taken after how many mintues
lateral
mouth, reflux filling, and eneroclysis
food and fluid witheld after evening meal no breakfast
15 mins after you drink barium
projection of stomach shows anterior &…
lateral
how can you administer barium for exam…
mouth, reflux filling, and eneroclysis
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Merrils Atlas Review Semester 2 (ch.17 part1)
How long is the almentary canal
Which are components of Almentary canal
Which are included in alimintary canal
how many layers of the stomache
30 ft
mouth, pharynx, stomache, intestine
anus, colon, esophagus
4
How long is the almentary canal
30 ft
Which are components of Almentary canal
mouth, pharynx, stomache, intestine
165 terms
Merril's Atlas Workbook Chapter 3
Anatomy
Physiology
Osteology
Sagittal, coronal, horizontal, and obl…
The science of the structure of the body
The study of the function of the body organs
The detailed study of the body of knowledge relating to the b…
4 fundemental planes of the body
Anatomy
The science of the structure of the body
Physiology
The study of the function of the body organs
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Merrill's Atlas Chapter 10 Learning Objectives
alveoli
bronchioles
carina
number of lobes in each lung
terminal end of the respiratory system
any of the minute branches into which a bronchus divides.
area of trachea that divides into two lesser tubes
Right: 3; Left 2
alveoli
terminal end of the respiratory system
bronchioles
any of the minute branches into which a bronchus divides.
221 terms
Upper Limbs - Merrills Atlas ch 4
how many interphalangeal joints are fo…
each proximal phalanx articulates with a
which bones comprise the palm of the h…
which joint is formed by the articulat…
9
metacarpal
metacarpals
the proximal interphalangeal joint of the fourth digit
how many interphalangeal joints are fo…
9
each proximal phalanx articulates with a
metacarpal
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Merrill's Atlas Chpt 18, 19
What makes up the urinary system?
What is the function of the kidneys?
How much do the kidneys normally excre…
Urine is expelled via what?
two kidneys, two ureters, one urinary bladder and one urethra
removing waste products from the blood, maintaining fluid and…
1 to 2 Liters of urine per day
the excretory system(also called the urinary system)
What makes up the urinary system?
two kidneys, two ureters, one urinary bladder and one urethra
What is the function of the kidneys?
removing waste products from the blood, maintaining fluid and…
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Merrill's Atlas Evaluation criteria chapter 10 chest
PA chest
Lateral chest ( R or L)
PA Oblique chest (RAO or LAO)
AP Oblique chest (RPO or LPO)
Evidence of proper collimation, entire lung fields from the a…
Evidence of proper collimation, arms or it's soft tissues not…
Evidence of proper collimation, both lungs in their entirety,…
Evidence of proper collimation, both lungs in their entirety,…
PA chest
Evidence of proper collimation, entire lung fields from the a…
Lateral chest ( R or L)
Evidence of proper collimation, arms or it's soft tissues not…
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Merrill's Atlas Volume 1, Chapter 1, 13th edition
AEC
CCD
CDC
CR(component of projection)
automatic exposure control
charge-coupled device
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
central ray
AEC
automatic exposure control
CCD
charge-coupled device
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Rads 1020: Merrill's Atlas of Radiographic Positioning chapter 1
define image receptor (IR)
list the four types of IRs used in dia…
optical density
contrast
the device that receives the energy of the X-Ray Beam and for…
1. cassette with film... 2. image plate... 3. solid state detectors…
the degree of blackness
the differences in density between any two areas on a radiogr…
define image receptor (IR)
the device that receives the energy of the X-Ray Beam and for…
list the four types of IRs used in dia…
1. cassette with film... 2. image plate... 3. solid state detectors…
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Chapter 10 Thoracic Viscera (Merrills Atlas Vol.1)
For radiography of the heart and lungs…
upright position shows what?
What position compresses the THORACIC…
What position prevents full expansion…
Upright Position
Air and Fluid Levels
Recumbent Position
Recumbent Position
For radiography of the heart and lungs…
Upright Position
upright position shows what?
Air and Fluid Levels
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Merrill's Atlas of Radiographic Positioning & Procedures Chapter 10
Body Habitus
Thoracic cavity
Superior Thoracic Aperture
Inferior thoracic aperture
General shape of the human body
Bounded by the the walls of the thorax and extends from the s…
Where structures enter the thorax
Inferior aspect of the thoracic cage
Body Habitus
General shape of the human body
Thoracic cavity
Bounded by the the walls of the thorax and extends from the s…
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Merrill's Atlas Chapter 15 Anterior Part of Neck
The neck occupies what region?
The neck is divided into ______
What portion of the neck is composed l…
What portions of the neck are the prin…
Region between the skull and the thorax
Divided into posterior and anterior portions in accordance wi…
The portion of the neck that lies in front of the vertebrae.
The upper parts of the respiratory and digestive systems are…
The neck occupies what region?
Region between the skull and the thorax
The neck is divided into ______
Divided into posterior and anterior portions in accordance wi…
Chapter 10 Thoracic Viscera (Merrills Atlas Vol.1)
Upright Position
Air and Fluid Levels
Recumbent Position
Recumbent Position
For radiography of the heart and lungs the patient is placed…
upright position shows what?
What position compresses the THORACIC VISCERA?
What position prevents full expansion of lungs and it compres…
Upright Position
For radiography of the heart and lungs the patient is placed…
Air and Fluid Levels
upright position shows what?
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Merrill's Atlas General Anatomy and Positioning Terminology Chapter 2/3
The adult human skeleton is composed o…
How many bones does the cranial (skull…
How many bones does the Facial (skull)…
How many bones does the Auditory ossic…
206
8
14
6
The adult human skeleton is composed o…
206
How many bones does the cranial (skull…
8
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Advanced Procedures Ch 25 Merrills Interventional Radiology
interventional radiology
Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty…
"Dotter method."
Gruntzig and Hopff's balloon angioplasty
procedure, in which a highly skilled radiologist uses wires,…
____is a therapeutic radiologic procedure designed to dilate…
A smaller catheter then is passed over the guidewire through…
double-lumen balloon tipped catheter. One lumen allows the pa…
interventional radiology
procedure, in which a highly skilled radiologist uses wires,…
Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty…
____is a therapeutic radiologic procedure designed to dilate…
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Module 8 Merrill's Atlas: Vertebral Column- Exam 1
Functions of the vertebral column
function of the intervertebral foramina
best patient position to demonstrate t…
best patient position to demonstrate t…
-encloses and protects the spinal cord... -acts as a support for…
transmission of spinal nerves and blood vessels.
a 15-degree longitudinal angulation of the central ray and a…
lateral projection is necessary to show:
Functions of the vertebral column
-encloses and protects the spinal cord... -acts as a support for…
function of the intervertebral foramina
transmission of spinal nerves and blood vessels.
53 terms
Merrill's Atlas Chapter 14 Mouth and Salivary Gland
What is the first division of the dige…
The cavity of the mouth is divided int…
What is the oral vestibule?
What is the oral cavity?
The mouth or oral cavity
1. The oral vestibule ... 2. The oral cavity
the space between the teeth and cheeks
or mouth proper, the space within the dental arches
What is the first division of the dige…
The mouth or oral cavity
The cavity of the mouth is divided int…
1. The oral vestibule ... 2. The oral cavity
Merrill's Ch. 3 General anatomy & radiologic positioning
Anatomy
Physiology
Osteology
4 fundamental planes of the body
Structure of the body
Functions of the organs
Study of bones
1. Sagittal ... 2. Coronal... 3. Horizontal... 4. Oblique
Anatomy
Structure of the body
Physiology
Functions of the organs
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Merrill's Chapter 3
anatomy
physiology
osteology
the 4 main body planes are named:
the science of the structure of the body
study of the function of the body organs
detailed study of the body of knowledge relating to the bones…
sagittal... coronal... horizontal... oblique
anatomy
the science of the structure of the body
physiology
study of the function of the body organs
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Body Habitus
sthenic (prevalence)
asthenic (prevalence)
hyposthenic (prevalence)
hypersthenic (prevalence)
50% of population
10% of population
35% of population
5% of population
sthenic (prevalence)
50% of population
asthenic (prevalence)
10% of population
12 terms
Fractures Pg 84
Closed
Displaced
Nondisplaced
Open
fracture that does not break through the skin
Serious fracture in which bones are not in anatomic alignment
fracture in which bone retains its normal alignment
Serious fracture in which broken bone or bones project throug…
Closed
fracture that does not break through the skin
Displaced
Serious fracture in which bones are not in anatomic alignment
18 terms
Merrill Chapter 4 - Hand/Wrist anatomy
Capitate
Carpals
Phalanges
Distal phalanx
Name this carpal bone (posterior view).
Name this group of bones.
Name this general group of bones.
Name this specific bone.
Capitate
Name this carpal bone (posterior view).
Carpals
Name this group of bones.
28 terms
Merrils Chapter 1.
Radiologic technology
Radiographer
Anatomy, physioloy, pathology
Technical quality, accuracy, and appro…
Healthcare profession that includes all diagnostic imaging te…
Radiologic technologist who administers ioning radiation to p…
Radiographer interact with patients to produce diagnostic ima…
Radiographer evaluates images for __,___, and __ relative to…
Radiologic technology
Healthcare profession that includes all diagnostic imaging te…
Radiographer
Radiologic technologist who administers ioning radiation to p…
81 terms
Merrils workbook chapter 10
Thoracic
Diaphragm
Mediastinum
Sternum
Which cavity contains heart and lungs
Which structure seperate the thoracic cavity from the abdomin…
Which part of the thoracic cavity contains all thoracic organ…
Which body structure from the anterior border of the mediasti…
Thoracic
Which cavity contains heart and lungs
Diaphragm
Which structure seperate the thoracic cavity from the abdomin…
14 terms
Projections Pg 86
AP
PA
Lateral
Oblique
perpendicular central ray enters the anterior body surface an…
perpendicular central ray enters the posterior body surface a…
a perpendicular central ray enters one side of the body or bo…
central ray enters either posterior or anterior aspect of the…
AP
perpendicular central ray enters the anterior body surface an…
PA
perpendicular central ray enters the posterior body surface a…
18 terms
Bone Markings and Features
Condyle
Crest
Epicondyle
Head
rounded process at an articular extremity
Ridgelike process
projection above a condyle
expanded end of a long bone
Condyle
rounded process at an articular extremity
Crest
Ridgelike process
72 terms
Merrils chapter 8
The vertebral column forms the __ of t…
The functions of the vertebral column…
The vertebral column is divided into _…
The __ hold the vertebral column toget…
Central axis, midsagittal plane, posterior trunk
Encloses and protects spinal cord, supports trunk and skull,…
5- cervical thoracic lumbar sacral and coccygeal
Ligaments
The vertebral column forms the __ of t…
Central axis, midsagittal plane, posterior trunk
The functions of the vertebral column…
Encloses and protects spinal cord, supports trunk and skull,…
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