Radiographic Positioning and Procedure Quiz for Radiologic Technologists!

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  • Question of

    The structure(s) best demonstrated on an AP Axial projection of the skull with the central ray directed 40 – 60 degrees caudally is/are:

    • Entire foramen magnum and jugular foramina
    • Petrous pyramids
    • Occipital bone
    • Rotundum foramina
  • Question of

    To demonstrate foramen rotundum in the PA Axial projection, it is necessary to:

    • Direct the CR at 35 to 40 degrees cephalad
    • Direct the CR at 35 to 45 degrees caudad
    • Direct the CR at 25 to 30 degrees cephalad
    • Direct the CR at 25 to 30 degrees caudad
  • Question of

    Which of the following terms describes the horizontal portion of the mandible?

    • Body
    • Ramus
    • Alveolar Process
    • Condyloid Process
  • Question of

    The skull structures that does not form the medial wall of the orbits:

    • Ethmoid
    • Lacrimal
    • Palatine
    • Maxillary
  • Question of

    The Gaynor-Hart position is taken with the central ray directed 25-30 degrees of the long axis of the hand to demonstrate:

    • Carpal bridge
    • Carpal Sulcus
    • Carpal Tunnel
    • Scaphoid
  • Question of

    The skull structures are formed by how many skull bone portions?

    • 5
    • 2
    • 4
  • Question of

    What is the largest foramen found in sphenoid bone?

    • Foramen magnum
    • Foramen Ovale
    • Foramina
  • Question of

    If the patient cannot be placed in the prone position for the Rhese view, a reverse position may be obtained by rotating the MSP how many degrees to the plane of the film?

    • 50
    • 47
    • 53
    • 37
  • Question of

    What method demonstrates the IOF?

  • Question of

    The Frog Position for the fmoral necks was popularized by:

    • Mr. Curie
    • Mr. Frog
    • Mr. Nakayama
    • Mr. Cleaves
  • Question of

    The genral structure of the body, called habitus was first described by:

    • Mills
    • Addison
    • Caldwell
  • Question of

    What is the relationship of the Pars Petrosa to the cassette in Mayers Method?

    • Parallel
    • Perpendicular
    • 45 deg
    • 40 deg
  • Question of

    It is a posteroanterior projection, with the chin on the table top, and the nose rased 2 to 3 cm from the film:

    • Caldwell’s method
    • Water’s method
    • Law’s Method
    • Stenver Method
  • Question of

    Which of the following fracture types is unrelated to the others?

    • Stress
    • March
    • Tripod
    • Insufficiency
  • Question of

    Which position of the elbow will clearly demonstrate the “fat pad” sign?

    • Lat Oblique
    • Lat
    • AP
  • Question of

    It is the fracture at the base of the first metacarpal

    • Boxer’s Fracture
    • Bennett’s Fracture
    • Colle’s Fracture
  • Question of

    Central ray for PA Projection of Hand is perpendicular to

    • 2nd Metacarpal
    • 3rd Metacarpal
    • 2nd Metatarsal
    • 3rd Metatarsal
  • Question of

    In Caldwell Method, the central ray is:

    • perpendicular to inion
    • perpendicular to nasion
    • parallel to inion
    • parallel to nasion
  • Question of

    SMV means?

    • Submentovertigo
    • Submentovertical
  • Question of

    Type of Body Habitus where the gallbladder is high and lateral.

    • Sthenic
    • Hypersthenic
    • Hyposthenic
    • Asthenic


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