RGT 2542 Ch 21

Card Set Information

Author:
ethinsmom
ID:
192126
Filename:
RGT 2542 Ch 21
Updated:
2013-01-10 17:17:52
Tags:
Radiology Procedures
Folders:

Description:
Radiology Procedures Chapter 21
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user ethinsmom on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. When using the sacral hiatus puncture method for myelography, the contrast material is injected into the:

    A. Left ventricle
    B. Extradural space
    C. Subarachnoid space
    D. Cisterna magna
    B
  2. The injection site for lumbar myelography is usually between:

    A. L1-L2
    B. L2-L3
    C. L4-L5
    D. T12-L1
    B
  3. The leptomeninges are composed of the:

    A. Arachnoid and Pia mater
    B. Pia mater and dura mater
    C. Dura mater and arachnoid
    D. Spinal cord and dura mater
    A
  4. The movement of certain contrast agents by gravity is because the agents are:

    A. Hyperbaric
    B. Hypobaric
    C. Equal to the consistency of cerebrospinal fluid
    D. Less viscous than cerebrospinal fluid
    A
  5. When the lower cervical and upper thoracic regions are not well demonstrated the _____ should be used.

    A. Left lateral decubitus position
    B. Anteroposterior view
    C. Right internal oblique view
    D. Swimmer's view
    D
  6. The cisternal puncture method is used when:

    A. The patient is extremely obese
    B. The lower extremities cannot be flexed
    C. The lumbar puncture approach is impossible
    D. Contrast agent is required to flow into the ventricles
    C
  7. Which of the following is not considered to be a part of the brain?

    A. Pons
    B. Medulla oblongata
    C. Filum terminale
    D. Mesencephalon
    C
  8. The largest and uppermost portion of the brain is called the:

    A. Pons
    B. Hindbrain
    C. Cerebrum
    D. Filum terminale
    C
  9. Which of the following pieces of equipment is not necessary for myelography?

    A. Footrest
    B. Fluoroscope
    C. Shoulder harness
    D. Catheter
    D
  10. A disadvantage to the use of the oily contrast agent is:

    A. Their higher cost
    B. That they are absorbed slowly and must be removed from the patient
    C. That they do not provide sufficient contrast
    D. That patients tend to have more reactions to the substance
    B

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview