RGT 2542 Ch 15

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RGT 2542 Ch 15
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Radiology Procedures Chapter 15
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  1. Which of the following is not a branch of the subclavian artery?

    A. Thyrocervical
    B. Brachiocephalic
    C. Vertebral
    D. Internal mammary
    A
  2. The terminal branch(es) of the brachial artery include the:
    1. Radial artery
    2. Nutrient artery
    3. ulnar artery

    A. 1 only
    B. 1 & 3
    C. 2 & 3
    D. All 3
    B
  3. The abdominal aorta terminates in a bifurcation at the level of ______.

    A. T11
    B. L2
    C. L4
    D. Sacrum
    C
  4. Which of the following is not considered to be a deep branch of the femoral artery?

    A. Lateral circumflex
    B. Circumflex iliac
    C. Medial circumflex
    D. Descending genicular
    D
  5. The vein that is the usual location for blood sampling, intravenous injection, blood transfusion, and introducing catheters for contrast radiography is the _____.

    A. Median cubital
    B. Brachial
    C. Anterior popliteal
    D. Subclavian
    A
  6. The internal gluteal artery arises from which of the following vessels?

    A. External iliac
    B. Internal iliac
    C. Internal epigastric
    D. external pudendal
    C
  7. The primary indication for the use of venography as a diagnostic procedure is:

    A. Confirmation of the presence of fibrosarcoma
    B. Identification of Ewing's syndrome
    C. localization of vascular tumors
    D. Identification of deep vein thrombosis
    D
  8. When imaging the azygos and hemiazygos vasculature the total amount of contrast agent recommended is:

    A. 8 ml
    B. 12 ml
    C. 40 ml
    D. 100 ml
    B
  9. The mechanical increase in blood flow as a result of some action is referred to as:

    A. Ischemia
    B. Interactive hypoxemia
    C. reactive hyperemia
    D. Orthostatic hypotension
    C
  10. When ascending venography is performed, the vessel chosen to provide access for the contrast agent is the:

    A. Popliteal vein
    B. Superficial vein on the dorsum of the foot
    C. Common femoral vein
    D. Brachial vein
    B

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