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198 terms
Radiology
NORMAL CHEST... • Spine seen through hear…
NORMAL LATERAL CHEST... • SWL: clear spac…
SPINE SIGN... • Spine appears whiter (mor…
ANTERIOR MEDIASTINAL ADENOPATHY... • A: R…
NORMAL CHEST... • Spine seen through hear…
NORMAL LATERAL CHEST... • SWL: clear spac…
49 terms
radiology
radiation
electromagnetic radiation
particle radiation
ionizing radiation
energy given off by matter
pure energy wo weight, vibrating or pulsating rays or waves,…
tiny fast moving particles that have energy and mass, include…
radiation sufficient to strip electrons from the orbit of an…
radiation
energy given off by matter
electromagnetic radiation
pure energy wo weight, vibrating or pulsating rays or waves,…
327 terms
Radiology
What is the Salter-Harris Classificati…
The most common type of shoulder dislo…
Lateral radiograph -- look down the sp…
Positive fat pad sign?
The Salter-Harris Classification of Fractures is for the prog…
Anterior is the most common type of shoulder dislocation. ... T…
Pleural effusion or something... The CP angles should be sharp,…
Falls down on their elbow, fat pad sign -- elevation of the f…
What is the Salter-Harris Classificati…
The Salter-Harris Classification of Fractures is for the prog…
The most common type of shoulder dislo…
Anterior is the most common type of shoulder dislocation. ... T…
5 terms
Radiology
• What are the indications for PET vs.…
• How are SPECT and PET similar?
• What are some notable differences be…
• What exactly does a PET scan measure?
SPECT (Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography)... • Moni…
• SPECT is similar to PET in its use of radioactive tracer ma…
• In contrast with PET however the tracer used in SPECT emits…
Metabolic activity (FDG)... Detects pairs of gamma rays emitted…
• What are the indications for PET vs.…
SPECT (Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography)... • Moni…
• How are SPECT and PET similar?
• SPECT is similar to PET in its use of radioactive tracer ma…
35 terms
Radiology
incisive foramen
superior foramina of the nasopalatine…
median palatal suture
lateral fossa
A small ovoid or round radiolucent area located between the r…
Two small round radiolucencies located superior to the apices…
A thin radiolucent line between the maxillary central incisors
A radiolucent area between the maxillary canine and lateral i…
incisive foramen
A small ovoid or round radiolucent area located between the r…
superior foramina of the nasopalatine…
Two small round radiolucencies located superior to the apices…
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…
...
214 terms
Radiology
By a combination of ionizing radiation…
1) Required large physical storage spa…
PACS
-when you have a question on which exa…
How are conventional radiographic images produced?
Major drawbacks of early x-rays?
picture archiving, communications and storage
When will you interface with radiology?
By a combination of ionizing radiation…
How are conventional radiographic images produced?
1) Required large physical storage spa…
Major drawbacks of early x-rays?
11 terms
Radiology
Sagital Plane
transverse plane
coronal plane
CT Densities
Sagital Plane
transverse plane
156 terms
Radiology
radiography
contrast agents
projection
view
image formed using broad beam ionizing radiation; image is re…
used to alter the inherent density of an anatomical structure…
describes the path of the central ray in the process of recor…
describes the representation of the image from the perspectiv…
radiography
image formed using broad beam ionizing radiation; image is re…
contrast agents
used to alter the inherent density of an anatomical structure…
138 terms
Radiology
Air, Fat, Water, bone, metal (least to…
T1
T2
AP: larger heart, usually portable Xra…
What are the CT densities from black to white?
T1 or T2 mri?
T1 or T2 mri?
Which is PA and which is AP?
Air, Fat, Water, bone, metal (least to…
What are the CT densities from black to white?
T1
T1 or T2 mri?
18 terms
RADIOLOGY
156 terms
Radiology
Paralleling Technique Image receptor p…
Alignment devices
Advantages of the paralleling Technique
Disadvantage of the paralleling techni…
- the image receptor is placed parallel to the long axis of t…
- periapical views of anterior - Stabe styrofoam bite blocks…
- dimensional accuracy... - little distortion... - better definitio…
patient discomfort with some views when you try to get the re…
Paralleling Technique Image receptor p…
- the image receptor is placed parallel to the long axis of t…
Alignment devices
- periapical views of anterior - Stabe styrofoam bite blocks…
94 terms
Radiology
Enamel
Dentin
Lamina dura
Periodontal ligament
What is F?
What is E?
What is the opaque line around the roots?
What is the radiolucent line around the roots?
Enamel
What is F?
Dentin
What is E?
21 terms
Radiology
Electromagnetic spectrum
Positively charged particle
Negatively charged particle
Neutral charged particle
Proton
Electron
Neutron
Electromagnetic spectrum
Positively charged particle
Proton
Radiology
Landmarks of the Mandible
Genial Tubercle
lingual foramen
nutrient canals
Ramus... Body... Alveolar process
- are tiny bumps of bone that serve as attachment sites for t…
- is a tiny opening or hole in the bone located on the intern…
- are tube-like passageways through bone that contain nerves…
Landmarks of the Mandible
Ramus... Body... Alveolar process
Genial Tubercle
- are tiny bumps of bone that serve as attachment sites for t…
26 terms
Radiology
flank pain eval... goals
ex 1... urolithiasis... more common in?... ?rec…
describe the "rim" sign
what are primary versus secondary CT s…
- is there an obstruction... - CT
...
"rim" of tissue around the stone at the impaction site = uret…
primary... - stone is visualized... Secondary (good predictive val…
flank pain eval... goals
- is there an obstruction... - CT
ex 1... urolithiasis... more common in?... ?rec…
...
106 terms
Radiology
Causes for loss of retrosternal clear…
DIfferential for alveolar processs
Differential for reticular process
Differential for nodular process
Anterior mediastinal lymphadenopathy from lymphoma, thymoma,…
pneumococcus, pulmonary edema, aspiration, near drowning
Interstitial edema, pulmonary fibrosis, rheumatoid lung
Primary or metastatic lung cancer (sarcoid is reticulonodular)
Causes for loss of retrosternal clear…
Anterior mediastinal lymphadenopathy from lymphoma, thymoma,…
DIfferential for alveolar processs
pneumococcus, pulmonary edema, aspiration, near drowning
110 terms
Radiology
Non-odontogenic.
Odontogenic
Vascular or Neural Origin... Central Neur…
Multilocular
Non-odontogenic.
Odontogenic
Radiology
sagittal plane
tranverse plane
coronal plane
anatomical position
slices body into two equal halves
slices body into parts at the belly button
slices body into two parts at the lateral side
sagittal plane
slices body into two equal halves
tranverse plane
slices body into parts at the belly button
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
17 terms
* Radiology *
Unilateral Seen
Small Cell Carcinoma Sequela... Treatmen…
Vismodegib
Smoker Male... Most Common Cancer
Osgoode Schlatter... Blue: Inflammation... White:
Atelectasis... Right Hemidiaphragm Elevated... *Treat: Vismodegib…
sonic hedgehog drug
Squmous Cell Carcinoma
Unilateral Seen
Osgoode Schlatter... Blue: Inflammation... White:
Small Cell Carcinoma Sequela... Treatmen…
Atelectasis... Right Hemidiaphragm Elevated... *Treat: Vismodegib…
178 terms
Radiology
produces an x-ray beam with greater pe…
dental x-ray machines operating at or…
machines operating above _____KVp requ…
reduced the surface area exposed by th…
filtration
70, 1.5
70, 2.5
collimation
produces an x-ray beam with greater pe…
filtration
dental x-ray machines operating at or…
70, 1.5
21 terms
Radiology
sagittal plane
tranverse plane
coronal plane
anatomical position
slices body into two equal halves
slices body into parts at the belly button
slices body into two parts at the lateral side
sagittal plane
slices body into two equal halves
tranverse plane
slices body into parts at the belly button
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.
48 terms
Radiology
x-rays
x-ray gray scale significance
factors affecting x-ray density
x-ray interpretation
- form of electromagnetic radiation... - x-ray tube accelerates…
- more x-rays pass through tissue, the darker (lucent) the fi…
1. density: very dense objects absorb a large number of x-ray…
neither sensitive nor specific for all types of disease... exce…
x-rays
- form of electromagnetic radiation... - x-ray tube accelerates…
x-ray gray scale significance
- more x-rays pass through tissue, the darker (lucent) the fi…
97 terms
Radiology
Bruit
Ausculation
Palpation
Fluoroscopy
audible VASCULAR sound heard with stethoscope
listening to sounds of lungs, heart, others organs usually wi…
Method of feeling with fingers or hands during physical exam,…
Coninuos x-ray image on monitor, like video
Bruit
audible VASCULAR sound heard with stethoscope
Ausculation
listening to sounds of lungs, heart, others organs usually wi…
230 terms
Radiology
contrast studies
contrast medium
What do contrast studies help to deter…
In terms of size what defect can contr…
used to differentiate organ or soft tissue structures because…
a substance that is radiolucent or radiopaque which can be ad…
1.) size... 2.) shape... 3.) location... 4.) position... 5.) defects... 6.)…
Mega-esophagus
contrast studies
used to differentiate organ or soft tissue structures because…
contrast medium
a substance that is radiolucent or radiopaque which can be ad…
40 terms
Radiology
Simple fracture (closed)
Comminuted fracture
Open fracture (compound)
Compression
2 pieces and not broken through skin
more than 2 pieces
broken through skin
oblique fracture
Simple fracture (closed)
2 pieces and not broken through skin
Comminuted fracture
more than 2 pieces
18 terms
Radiology
Aluminum Filter (Tubehead seal)... -(abso…
Bremsstrahlung effect (general radiati…
Cathode... -Negative... -Fires electrons to…
Anode... -Positive... -includes the tungsten…
This part of the tubehead removes low energy, less penetratin…
Radiation that slows down because of its interaction with the…
The ___________ supplies electrons to generate x-rays; contro…
The _________ converts electrons into x-ray photons; controls…
Aluminum Filter (Tubehead seal)... -(abso…
This part of the tubehead removes low energy, less penetratin…
Bremsstrahlung effect (general radiati…
Radiation that slows down because of its interaction with the…
15 terms
Radiology
Unilateral Seen
Small Cell Carcinoma Sequela... Treatmen…
Vismodegib
Smoker Male... Most Common Cancer
Osgoode Schlatter... Blue: Inflammation... White:
Atelectasis... Right Hemidiaphragm Elevated... Treat: Vismodegib…
...
Squmous Cell Carcinoma
Unilateral Seen
Osgoode Schlatter... Blue: Inflammation... White:
Small Cell Carcinoma Sequela... Treatmen…
Atelectasis... Right Hemidiaphragm Elevated... Treat: Vismodegib…
196 terms
Radiology
When the filamet heats up cloud of ele…
the conversion of electrical energy to…
Differential absorption
They can:... 1. pass through the patient…
How are x-rays produced?
X-rays are part of the electromagnetic radiation produced by…
The different shades of grey, white & black on an x-ray are d…
What happens to the x-photons after they have exited the x-ra…
When the filamet heats up cloud of ele…
How are x-rays produced?
the conversion of electrical energy to…
X-rays are part of the electromagnetic radiation produced by…
94 terms
Radiology
Enamel
Dentin
Lamina dura
Periodontal ligament
What is F?
What is E?
What is the opaque line around the roots?
What is the radiolucent line around the roots?
Enamel
What is F?
Dentin
What is E?
167 terms
Radiology
what are X-RAYS?
what is electromagnetic radiation?
what are the two characteristics of el…
what is a wavelength
xrays are a form of electromagnetic radiation
it is a method of transportion energy through space and its d…
waves and particles
it is the distance from one point a long a wave to the next e…
what are X-RAYS?
xrays are a form of electromagnetic radiation
what is electromagnetic radiation?
it is a method of transportion energy through space and its d…
327 terms
Radiology
What is the Salter-Harris Classificati…
The most common type of shoulder dislo…
Lateral radiograph -- look down the sp…
Positive fat pad sign?
The Salter-Harris Classification of Fractures is for the prog…
Anterior is the most common type of shoulder dislocation. ... T…
Pleural effusion or something... The CP angles should be sharp,…
Falls down on their elbow, fat pad sign -- elevation of the f…
What is the Salter-Harris Classificati…
The Salter-Harris Classification of Fractures is for the prog…
The most common type of shoulder dislo…
Anterior is the most common type of shoulder dislocation. ... T…
158 terms
RADIOLOGY
Intraoral Radiographic Techniques
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders…
Introoral Radiographic Techniques... deve…
Introoral Radiographic Techniques
Dr. Syed
https://casemed.case.edu/eCurriculumDentStudents/module/modul…
Intraoral Radiographic Techniques
Dr. Syed
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders…
https://casemed.case.edu/eCurriculumDentStudents/module/modul…
46 terms
Radiology
Conventional film screen radiographs
Commuted Radiology
Digital Radiograph
Radiograph
chemical reaction takes place in response to energy being add…
image plate instead of film that traps the x-ray energy on ph…
Special digital panel that is hooked directly to a computer,…
picture of x-rays able to penetrate an object (literal shadow…
Conventional film screen radiographs
chemical reaction takes place in response to energy being add…
Commuted Radiology
image plate instead of film that traps the x-ray energy on ph…
54 terms
Radiology
they order and often interpret radiology
diagnosis, ... develop imaging protocols,…
facilitate treatment with patients who…
use the imaging to give us a better un…
physician interaction with radiology
radiologist interaction with patients
PT interaction with radiology
how can a PT use radiology?
they order and often interpret radiology
physician interaction with radiology
diagnosis, ... develop imaging protocols,…
radiologist interaction with patients
198 terms
Radiology
NORMAL CHEST... • Spine seen through hear…
NORMAL LATERAL CHEST... • SWL: clear spac…
SPINE SIGN... • Spine appears whiter (mor…
ANTERIOR MEDIASTINAL ADENOPATHY... • A: R…
NORMAL CHEST... • Spine seen through hear…
NORMAL LATERAL CHEST... • SWL: clear spac…
133 terms
Radiology
Voltage
quantity of the beam
ionization
energy
what describes the otential differences between the (-) and (…
what describes the number of x-ray photons given off in a per…
x-ray's produce what
the shorter the group's wavelength, the stronger the
Voltage
what describes the otential differences between the (-) and (…
quantity of the beam
what describes the number of x-ray photons given off in a per…
46 terms
Radiology
Pneumonia
Pneumonia
Pneumonia
Pneumothorax
Pneumonia
Pneumonia
115 terms
radiology
ionization
developed paralleling technique
horizontal angulation
open ended tube
production of ions
F.W. McCormack
The angulation of the position indicating device (cone) in a…
PID
ionization
production of ions
developed paralleling technique
F.W. McCormack
79 terms
Radiology
Cortical Bone
Cancellous Bone
Process
Ridge
Referred to as the dense outer layer of bone.
Soft, spongy bone located between two layers of dense cortica…
Marked prominence or projection of bone. Ex: Coronoid.
Linear prominence or projection of bone. Ex: Internal oblique…
Cortical Bone
Referred to as the dense outer layer of bone.
Cancellous Bone
Soft, spongy bone located between two layers of dense cortica…
44 terms
radiology
Ionization
Direct Theory
Indirect Theory
Radiosensitive
Creates an electrical imbalance within the normally stable ce…
X-ray photons collide with important cell chemicals and break…
Based on the assumption that radiation can cause chemical dam…
Refers to substance or tissue that is relatively susceptible…
Ionization
Creates an electrical imbalance within the normally stable ce…
Direct Theory
X-ray photons collide with important cell chemicals and break…
73 terms
Radiology
what are the 5 fibro-osseous lesions
dont biopsy bastomas
what are the clinical features of PCD
stages of PCD
Periapical Cemental Dysplasia ... Florid Osseous Dysplasia... Fibro…
doesn't heal well if you cut into it but best way to tell for…
middle aged, ... black/asian females.... mandibular anterior teeth,…
1. osteolytic phase/radiolucent... 2. cementoblastic (small radi…
what are the 5 fibro-osseous lesions
Periapical Cemental Dysplasia ... Florid Osseous Dysplasia... Fibro…
dont biopsy bastomas
doesn't heal well if you cut into it but best way to tell for…
113 terms
Radiology
Cathode:... (part of x-ray tube)
Electron beam moves from...
Filament:... (part of x-ray tube)
Focusing cup:... (part of x-ray tube)
- electrically negative part of the x-ray tube... - serves as a…
the cathode to the focal spot on the anode
- located within the cathode... - heated to induce the emission…
- aka "cathode cup"... - houses the filament... - electrically nega…
Cathode:... (part of x-ray tube)
- electrically negative part of the x-ray tube... - serves as a…
Electron beam moves from...
the cathode to the focal spot on the anode
94 terms
Radiology
Enamel
Dentin
Lamina dura
Periodontal ligament
What is F?
What is E?
What is the opaque line around the roots?
What is the radiolucent line around the roots?
Enamel
What is F?
Dentin
What is E?
87 terms
Radiology
What is the function of a grid?
Name 3 areas where the grid can be loc…
What are grids composed of?
T or F:... When using a grid you must alw…
used to reduce excessive back scatter
1) between the pt and the film... 2) sits on top of the cassette…
alternating strips of lead and spacer material
False:... Increase depending on grid factor
What is the function of a grid?
used to reduce excessive back scatter
Name 3 areas where the grid can be loc…
1) between the pt and the film... 2) sits on top of the cassette…
30 terms
Radiology
Normal left lateral chest radiograph... -…
1- trachea... 2-Head of clavicle... 4-Pulmon…
A- shows a normal lateral, which can b…
Arrows are pointing to major (lower ar…
ID the arrows, lines, etc... Which lung is which?
ID arrows, why can we see this finding?
Normal left lateral chest radiograph... -…
ID the arrows, lines, etc... Which lung is which?
1- trachea... 2-Head of clavicle... 4-Pulmon…
94 terms
Radiology
Enamel
Dentin
Lamina dura
Periodontal ligament
What is F?
What is E?
What is the opaque line around the roots?
What is the radiolucent line around the roots?
Enamel
What is F?
Dentin
What is E?
43 terms
Radiology
Time... Distance... Shielding... Xray badge
Patient is rotated in first film
Spinous process of thoracic vertebrae…
Left side
What 4 components decrease xray exposure?
What is the difference between these two films?
How can you tell if a film is rotated?
Where is the aortic arch located on the xray?
Time... Distance... Shielding... Xray badge
What 4 components decrease xray exposure?
Patient is rotated in first film
What is the difference between these two films?
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