Rad Review Easy Part 4

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  1. A decrease in kilovoltage will result in
    A decrease in optical density
  2. Which cholangiographic procedure uses an indwelling drainage tube for contrast medium administration?
    T-tube cholangiography
  3. Which of the following groups of exposure factors would be most appropriate to control
    involuntary motion?
    600 mA, 0.02 second
  4. The apophyseal articulations of the thoracic spine are demonstrated with the
    coronal plane 70° to the IR
  5. A controlled area is one that is
    occupied by radiation workers
  6. Honor Code violations that can prevent a radiography student from meeting ARRT certification requirements include
    • Being suspended from the radiography
    • program
    • Being dismissed/expelled from a
    • radiography program
  7. According to NCRP regulations, leakage radiation from the x-ray tube must not exceed
    100 mR/h
  8. In the lateral projection of the knee, the central ray is angled 5° cephalad to prevent superimposition of which of the following
    structures on the joint space?
    Medial femoral condyle
  9. The rad may be described as
    energy deposited in an absorber
  10. When evaluating a PA axial projection of the skull with a 15-degree caudal angle, the radiographer should see
    • petrous pyramids in the lower third of the orbits
    • equal distance from the lateral border of the skull to the lateral rim of the orbit bilaterally
    • symmetrical petrous pyramids
  11. Ingestion of barium sulfate is contraindicated in which of the following situations?
    • Suspected perforation of a hollow viscus
    • Suspected large bowel obstruction
    • Preoperative patients
  12. Glossitis refers to inflammation of the
  13. When the erect position is requested as part of an IVU, it is used to demonstrate
    kidney mobility
  14. An exposure was made using 300 mA, 40 ms exposure, and 85 kV. Each of the following changes will decrease the radiographic density by one half except a change to
    10 mAs
  15. If the ESE for a particular exposure is 25 mrad, what will be the intensity of the scattered beam perpendicular to and 1 m from the
    0.025 mrad
  16. Biologic material is least sensitive to irradiation under which of the following conditions?
  17. How does the use of rare earth intensifying screens contribute to lowering the patient dose?
    It permits the use of lower milliampere-seconds
  18. In a PA projection of the chest being used for cardiac evaluation, the heart measures 15.2 cm between its widest points. If the magnification factor is known to be 1.3, what is the actual diameter of the heart?
    11.7 cm
  19. Which of the following examinations require(s) restriction of a patient's diet?
    • Barium enema
    • Pyelogram
  20. In which of the following situations should a radiographer wear protective eye gear (goggles)?
    • When assisting the radiologist during an angiogram
    • When assisting the radiologist in a biopsy/aspiration procedure

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Rad Review Easy Part 4
2013-03-17 21:06:05
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