IR TEST QUESTIONS

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IR TEST QUESTIONS
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VASCULAR TEST QUESTIONS
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  1. The demonstration of portal circulation can be accomplished through an arterial injection into the
    Superior mesenteric or splenic arteries
  2. A pulmonary arteriogram is to be accomplished following the introduction of an iodinated contrast agent through a multihole catheter that has been placed into the
    Pulmonary artery
  3. Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography is most often used to evaluate and or eliminate
    obstructive jaundice
  4. The conversion of the electronic video signal into a digital form acceptable to a computer is accomplished by a device called a/an
    analog-to-digital converter
  5. A series of uneven densities may be apparent on a digital fluoroscopic imaging systems due to the random distribution of x-rays. This effect is known as
    Quantum mottle
  6. In order to provide the desired spatial resolution with a digital fluoroscopic imaging system, the television monitor should have the following characteristics
    1000 line system with a high signal to noise ratio
  7. The small spot or picture element that can display a particular gray scale or brightness level is called a
    Pixel
  8. Which of the following types of emboli would specifically be associated with trauma a long bone?
    A. Fat
    B. Pulmonary
    C. Tumor
    D. Air/gas
    A. Fat
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. What process adds a small amount of mask back into the subtracted image but not enough to effect the image?
    Landmarking
  10. To reverse overmedication of Versed,Valium, or Ativan,what is the proper counter agent?
    Flumazenil(Romazicon)
  11. Of the following medications, which one offers a relaxing amnestic effect on the patient?
    A. Valium
    B. Ativan
    C.Versed
    D. Narcan
    C. Versed
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. The _______ is formed by the union of the superior mesenteric vein and the splenic vein?
    Portal vein
  13. Which of the does the celiac artery not supply?
    the stomach, intestines,liver,spleen, and pancreas?
    Intestines
  14. What supplies blood to the small intestines,cecum,ascending colon,hepatic flexure,and the right half of the transverse colon?
    Superior mesenteric artery SMA
  15. It supplies blood to the left half of the transverse colon, splenic flexure, descending colon,and rectosigmoid area?
    Inferior mesenteric artery IMA
  16. _____ is a term describing a group of symptoms(pain, vomiting, cramping after eating, diarrhea, weight loss) caused by chronic poor blood flow?
    Intestinal Angina
  17. The left and right hepatic ducts join to become the
    common hepatic ducts

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