RGT 2542 Ch 15
Home > Preview
The flashcards below were created by user
on FreezingBlue Flashcards.
Which of the following is not a branch of the subclavian artery?
D. Internal mammary
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
The abdominal aorta terminates in a bifurcation at the level of ______.
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
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
C. Anterior popliteal
The internal gluteal artery arises from which of the following vessels?
A. External iliac
B. Internal iliac
C. Internal epigastric
D. external pudendal
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
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
The mechanical increase in blood flow as a result of some action is referred to as:
B. Interactive hypoxemia
C. reactive hyperemia
D. Orthostatic hypotension
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
What would you like to do?
Home > Flashcards > Print Preview