RGT 2542 Ch 12

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RGT 2542 Ch 12
2013-01-10 16:43:31
Radiology Procedures

Radiology Procedures Chapter 12
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  1. The structural layer in the arteries that separates the blood from the blood vessels proper is called the:

    A. Tunica intima
    B. Tunica media
    C. Tunica externa
    D. Tunica adventitia
  2. The anatomic structure that supplies the pulmonary circulation with blood is called the:

    A. Aorta
    B. Pulmonary artery
    C. Pulmonary vein
    D. Left ventricle
  3. The aortic arch directly gives off three major branches, which are the ____ arteries.
    1. Left subclavian
    2. Brachiocephalic
    3. Right subclavian
    4. Left common carotid

    A. 1, 2 & 3
    B. 1, 2 & 4
    C. 1, 3 & 4
    D. 2, 3 & 4
  4. Vieussens' ring is considered to be a(n):

    A. Means of collateral circulation between the right and left coronary arteries
    B. Fibrous structure around the mitral valve
    C. Pseudonym for the pulmonary circulation
    D. Abnormal opening between the right and left ventricles
  5. All of the following are catheter types used for pulmonary angiography except:

    A. Berman balloon flotation
    B. Swan-Ganz
    C. Grollman
    D. Miller-Levine
  6. Which of the following are considered to be congenital abnormalities?
    1. Tetrology of Fallot
    2. Septal defect
    3. aortic insufficiency

    A. 1 only
    B. 3 only
    C. 1 & 2
    D. All 3
  7. The optimal time for the injection of contrast agent into the coronary arteries is usually:

    A. Cardiac systole
    B. Cardiac diastole
    C. Cardiac asystole
    D. Cardiac Tamponade
  8. Complications of selective coronary arteriography include which of the following?
    1. Death
    2. Valvular regurgitation
    3. Coronary spasm
    4. Ventricular fibrillation

    A. 1 & 3
    B. 1, 2 & 4
    C. 2, 3 & 4
    D. All 4
  9. Which of the following formulas represents the calculation necessary for the determination of the ejection fraction?

    A. Stroke volume/end-diastolic volume
    B. Cardiac output/end-diastolic volume
    C. End-diastolic volume/stroke volume
    D. Stroke volume/cardiac output
  10. The principle that the amount of oxygen transferred to the blood as it passes through the lungs is equal to the amount of oxygen taken into the lungs during the act of breathing is the basis for the:

    A. Gorlin theory of stenotic valve dissection
    B. Berman theory of pulmonary flotation
    C. Fick principle of cardiac output calculations
    D. Swan-Ganz method of stoke volume calculation