Rad test 3

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  1. The maximum kilovoltage on a dental unit is normally:
    A. 45-55
    B. 70 or 80
    C. 80 - 90
    D. 50 or 60
    B. 70 or 80
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Dental units require electricity; this is usually:
    A. a 110-volt line with no special wiring
    B. a 110-volt line with special grounding
    C. a 220-volt line with a ground wire
    D. a 220-volt line without special wiring
    B. a 110-volt line with special grounding
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. The dental unit sold today is a:
    A. self-rectified x-ray circuit
    B. high-frequency unit
    C. full-transformer rectified circuit
    D. full-wave rectified circuit
    B. high-frequency unit
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Dental film may be processed:
    A. automatically without a leader film
    B. manually or automatically
    C.manually without timing the developer
    D. rapidly using special fixer and without a wash
    B. manually or automatically
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Computerized radiography in dentistry is:
    A. faster than film imaging because it does not use a screen
    B. a method of using special screen holders and a laser reader.
    C. a method that is faster than direct digital dental radiography.
    D. often thought of as a substitute because it does not require processing
    A. faster than film imaging because it does not use a screen
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Film imaging in dentistry uses:
    A. direct exposure film with no cassette
    B. film, screens, and no cassettes
    C. direct exposure film with cassette
    D. film, screens, minicassettes
    B. film, screens, and no cassettes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Direct digital dental imaging in dentistry:
    A. is the fastest method to image teeth with excellent resolution
    B. cannot be used for anything other than imaging teeth
    C. is often criticized because it is slower and harder to position
    D. uses a digital phosphor screen to image the teeth
    A. is the fastest method to image teeth with excellent resolution
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. Each film packet has one specific identifier, which:
    A. is a small indentation on one corner of the packet
    B. is a small handle to use for positioning
    C. cannot be visualized until the packet is opened
    D. is a numerical key that identifies position
    A. is a small indentation on one corner of the packet
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. The manual chairside processing unit has one extra jar of fluid; which of the following is true?
    A. it is a jar of water between developer and fixer to act as a stop bath
    B. fixer is added to this jar to ensure that the films are fixed properly
    C. it is an extra jar of water after the fixer to ensure good washing
    D. it is an empty jar at the end of the process to use for drying
    A. it is a jar of water between developer and fixer to act as a stop bath
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. If a dental film is to be processed through the radiography processor, it should be:
    a. attached to the leading edge of a leader film
    b. attached to the trailing edge of a leader film.
    c. placed on the side of the processor so that it does not wash out
    d. taped to a roller so that is does not get lost
    • b. attached to the trailing edge of a leader film.
    • (DOES NOT WORK AT VTI)
  11. A hounsfield unit:
    a. is a measurement of density on CT scan
    b. compares density value of pixel with that of water
    c. is also called a CT number
    d. all of the above
    d. all of the above
  12. If the scanning slice thickness is 5mm and the table pitch is 2.0, the resulting table movement per rotation is:
    a. 5mm
    b. 7.5 mm
    c. 10mm
    d. 15mm
    • c. 10mm
    • (pitch = table movement in mm/slice thickness in mm)
  13. Which method is the most common way to reconstruct CT scan images?
    a. Fourier transformation
    b. filtered back-projection
    c. back - projection
    d. filtered optical transfer
  14. What determines the slice thickness on the CT scanner?
    a. the pre-patient collimators
    b. the pre-detector collimators
    c. the technician's choice
    d. all of the above
    d. all of the above
  15. A technologist has just finished scanning a patient. Which is the best way to magnify the images to show pathology?
    A. decrease the field of view using the raw or scan data and re-reconstruct the images
    B. increase the field of view using the raw or scan data and re-reconstruct the images
    C. magnify the picture using the scanner software
    D. use the raw data to magnify the picture
    D. use the raw data to magnify the picture
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. What does a slipring assembly do in CT scan?
    A. it allows the x-ray tube and detectors to rotate continuously
    B. b and c
    C. it makes the table move quickly
    D. it allows for helical or spiral scanning
    E. a and b
    E. A and B
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. Raw data or scan data is:
    A. archived regularly
    B. used to create more images
    C. a and c
    D. is kept on the scanner for only a short duration
    E. does not occupy much disc space on the scanner
    C. A and C
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. A CT scan of a patient's skull shows a fracture on the soft tissue images. The scan has been done on a multislice scanner. Which is the best way to show the skull fracture?
    A. rescan the patient using thinner pictures
    B. reconstruct thinner pictures with a bone algorithm
    C. using the raw data, change the  algorithm to bone or high-pass
    D. change the window/level to bone windows
    C. using the raw data, change the algorithm to bone or high-pass
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. When may a veterinarian want contrast "on" for a CT scan?
    A. to show a tumor
    B. to show a fracture
    C. a,b, and c
    D.to show the organs in the abdomen
    E. to show an infection
    f. all of the above
    C. A, B. and C
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. What is the typical matrix used to show most CT scan images?
    A. 128
    B. 512
    C. 256
    D. 388
    B. 512
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. A dog is lying on its abdomen. The view of the tarsus in this position would be called:
    a. palmarodorsal (PaD)
    b. plantarodorsal (PlD)
    c. craniocaudal (CrCd)
    d. caudocranial (CdCr)
    D) caudocranial (CdCr)
  22. Sandbags are considered ____ and ____ be in the field of view.
    A. radiolucent, should not
    B. radiolucent, can
    C. radiopaque, should not
    D. radiopaque, can
    B.) radiolucent, can
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. It is important to collimate the beam as much as possible so that there is less:
    a. contrast and density on the image
    b. secondary exposure to the patient and restrainer
    c. chance of magnification or distortion
    d. likelihood that the patient will move
    B) secondary exposure to the patient and restrainer
  24. The proper field of view for a radius/ulna would include the:
    A. humerus and metacarpus
    B. full limb
    C. radius and ulna only
    D. elbow and carpus
    D. elbow and carpus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. You are going to divide an image receptor for a skull. You should:
    A. have the nose in each view pointing the same direction
    B. do so when utilizing a grid
    C. use a lead sheet to cover the side being radiographed
    D. place the marker at  the caudal aspect of the skull in each use
    A. have the nose in each view pointing the same direction
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. The following should be kept in mind with regard to the safety principle of "distance":
    A. using the shortest exposure time possible
    B. wearing appropriate apparel
    C. utilizing positioning aids whenever possible
    D. measuring at the thickest part
    C. utilizing positioning aids whenever possible
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. You are to radiograph the full abdomen of a sedated Doberman, The thickest part measures 20cm. You are best to radiograph the:
    A. average of both the cranial and caudal measurements of the abdomen
    B. thickest part only
    C. full abdomen on one large image receptor using the cranial measurement
    D. cranial aspect; remeasure and radiograph the caudal aspect
    B.) thickest part only
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. For proper diagnosis, it is best to have a:
    A. long scale of contrast, meaning lower kVp and higher mAs.
    B. short scale of contrast, meaning lower kVp and higher mAs.
    C. short scale of contrast, meaning higher kVp and lower mAs
    D. long scale of contrast, meaning higher kVp and lower mAs.
    D. long scale of contrast, meaning higher kVp and lower mAs
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. For thoracic radiographs, the patient should be measured at the thickest part or the:
    A. point of the heart
    B. thoracic inlet
    C. cranial border of the scapula
    D. caudal border of the scapula
    D. caudal border of the scapula
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. The radiographic borders for a thoracic radiograph are the:
    A. shoulder joint to the first lumbar vertebral body
    B. first thoracic vertebra to the 13th thoracic vertebral body
    C. point of the heart to the first lumbar vertebral body
    D. caudal border of the scapula to the first lumbar vertebral body
    A. shoulder joint to the first lumbar vertebral body
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. Thoracic radiographs are generally exposed:
    A. at maximum inspiration
    B.at any point in the respiratory cycle
    C. halfway between maximum inspiration and expiration
    D. at maximum expieration
    A. at maximum inspiration
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  32. On the thoracic image of a medium-sized dog in either lateral or DV taken during inspiration, the heart appears:
    A. smaller, the vessels are more elongated, and there is increased distance from the apex of the heart to the sternum
    B. larger, the vessels are larger, and there is greater sternal contact and a clear left and right crus with medially located cupula
    C. larger, the vessels are more shortened, and there is decreased distance from the apex of the heart to the sternum
    D. more conical or oval, the diaphragm is more caudal, and there is dorsal elevation of the trachea
    D. more conical or oval, the diaphragm is more caudal, and there is dorsal elevation of the trachea
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  33. The diaphragm will appear as three-domed in the:
    A. left lateral view
    B. ventrodorsal view
    C. right lateral view
    D. dorsoventral view
    B. ventrodorsal view
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. The mediastinum contains the heart:
    A. solely
    B. thymus, aorta and major branches, lymph nodes and nerves
    C. trachea, esophogus, aorta and major branches, thoracic duct, lymph nodes and nerves
    D. lung parenchyma, trachea, and esophogus
    C. trachea, esophogus, aorta and major branches, thoracic duct, lymph nodes and nerves
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. You are looking at the thoracic radiograph of a terrier in right lateral recum. You can tell it is lying on its right side and not its left side because:
    A. air is noted in the pyloric antrum
    B. the diaphragm is not touching the heart
    C. the heart is rounder
    D. the heart is more conical
    D. the heart is more conical
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. A lesion is noted in the cranial portion on a right lateral image. There is a suspicion that this lesion is on the:
    a. right lung
    b. left lung
    c. heart
    d. shoulder muscle
    b. left lung
  37. Pneumonia is suspected in a dog. Which views are recommended?
    A. both laterals and a ventrodorsal
    B. the right lateral and a dorsoventral
    C. the right lateral and a ventrodorsal
    D. both laterals and a dorsoventral
    A. both laterals and a ventrodorsal
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  38. You are to radiograph the lateral shoulder joint. The field of view should include the:
    A. proximal third of the humerus and distal third of the scapula
    B. proximal third of the humerus and proximal third of the scapula
    C. distal third of the humerus and proximal third of the scapula
    D. shoulder joint itself
    B. proximal third of the humerus and proximal third of the scapula
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. The caudocranial scapula is best taken with the patient lying in:
    A. dorsal recumbency
    B. ventral recumbency
    C. a left lateral oblique position
    D. a right lateral oblique position
    A. dorsal recumbency
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40. To prevent superimposition of the scapula and ribs in the caudocranial scapula:
    A. have the scapula perpendicular to the table and parallel to the sternum
    B. have the forelimbs pulled caudally and separate the affected limb from the body.
    C.rotate the patient's sternum from the scapula about 30 degrees
    D. rotate the patient's sternum from the scapula about 10 to 12 degrees
    D. rotate the patient's sternum from the scapula about 10 to 12 degress
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  41. What is the primary disadvantage of the caudocraniall view of the humerus?
    A. superimposition over the ribs is likely
    B. increased object-film distance that can cause magnification
    C. the limb must be abducted slightly from the thorax
    D. the limb is positioned parallel to the image receptor
    B. increased object-film distance that can cause magnification
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  42. For routine radiography the best views of the elbow are the lateral and the:
    A. palmarodorsal
    B. dorsopalmar
    C. caudocranial
    D. craniocaudal
    D. craniocaudal
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  43. When the lateral pelvis is radiographed, which limb will be more magnified?
    A. the limb closer to the table, because of increased object film distance
    B. the two are equal because object film distance does not affect image size
    C. the contralateral limb, because of increased object film distance
    D. the limb closer to the table, because of increased source image distance
    C. the contralateral limb, because of increased object film distance
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  44. A dog is exhibiting severe pain and trauma in the pelvis. Which position would be best to complete using a vertical beam?
    A. dorsal recumb. in a VD hipextended view
    B. dorsal recumb. with the hind limbs in a frog-leg position
    C. lateral with the affected side up
    D. sternal recumb. with the hind limbs in a frog-leg position
    B. dorsal recumb. with the hind limbs in a frog-leg position
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  45. When the lateral pelvis is radiographed, how should the hind limbs be positioned?
    A. the affected limb should be pulled cranially , and the unaffected caudally
    B. both limbs should be superimposed and pulled cranially
    C. both limbs should be superimposed and pulled caudally
    D. the unaffected limb should be pulled cranially, and the affected limb caudally
    A. the affected limb should be pulled cranially, and the unaffected limb caudally
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  46. (Dental Radiology)
    Allows the tube to reach the patient
    Extension arm
  47. (Dental Radiology)
    Relating to teeth
    Dental
  48. (Dental Radiology)
    Front teeth in mammals
    Incisors
  49. (Dental Radiology)
    What is DDR?
    Direct digital radiography
  50. (Dental Radiology)
    Storage of images for future review is known as:
    Archiving
  51. (Dental Radiology)
    A type of extension arm
    (another name)
    Scissor arm
  52. (Dental Radiology)
    Extended biting teeth in mammals
    Canines
  53. (Dental Radiology)
    What is enclosed with film to prevent backscatter?
    Foil
  54. (Dental Radiology)
    What is the support mount for the xray tube called?
    tube arm
  55. (Dental Radiology)
    What is an indicator for positioning?
    indentation
  56. (Dental Radiology)
    Teeth used for grinding in mammals
    Molars
  57. (Dental Radiology)
    Another name for a dental collimator
    Cone
  58. Who invented CT scanning?
    Hounsfield
  59. Term for a reduction in force or value
    Attenuation
  60. What is the central point about which a lever rotates?
    Fulcrum
  61. A defined algebriac procedure for calculations
    Algorithm
  62. Similar in function but differing in origin
    Analog
  63. What does C.A.T. stand for?
    Computerized Axial Tomography
  64. To image by sections/ slices
    Tomography
  65. An instrument for finding things
    Detector
  66. What is another term for public record?
    Archive
  67. Name for a structure that supports a traveling crane
    Gantry
  68. A term for a series of boxes of information
    Matrix
  69. Term for CT table movement/ beam width
    Pitch
  70. From the front to the back
    Craniocaudal
  71. From the back to the front
    Caudocranial
  72. Area towards the back
    Dorsal
  73. Divides the body into back and ventral
    Dorsal Plane
  74. Toward the nose
    Rostral
  75. Plane that divides the body cranially and caudally
    Transverse Plane
  76. Direction distal to the carpus
    Dorsopalmar
  77. Lower abdomen
    Ventral
  78. Towards the tail
    Caudal
  79. Plane that divides the body into left and right
    Sagittal
  80. Caudal surface of lower forelimb
    Palmar
  81. Not perpendicular to the body
    Oblique
  82. Tangential view
    Skyline
  83. Area farthest from the midline
    Distal
  84. Lying down
    recumbent
  85. Inside of the limb
    Medial
  86. Nearer to the midline
    Proximal
  87. Caudal surface of the lower limb
    Plantar
  88. Another term for the ventrodorsal view with the horizontal beam ( 2 words)
    Lateral Decubitus
  89. The orthogonal view generally used for the heart
    Dorsoventral
  90. The orthogonal view generally used if pneumonia is suspected
    Ventrodorsal
  91. Small animal thoracic radiography, this aspect should be facing the anode
    Abdomen
  92. The caudal border of thoracic radiographs should include this vertebra ( 2 words)
    First Lumbar
  93. Radiographs for the thorax should be taken at maxiumum ____.
    Inspiration
  94. Identification markers are best placed at the ____ aspect for the lateral thoracic view
    Ventral
  95. The central ray should be at the caudal margin of what landmark?
    Scapula
  96. An alternate view with a horizontal beam ( 2 words)
    Standing lateral
  97. The cranial border of thoracic radiographs needs to include this landmark. ( 2 words)
    Shoulder joint
  98. The dorsoventral view is likely properly positioned if the spine is superimposed over this.
    Sternum
  99. With regard to the label, what is legally required by the OFA for evaluation of hip dysplasia?
    A. only the positional marker
    B. that all required identification is permanent
    C. only the owner's name
    D. the name of the person taking the radiograph
    B. that all required identification is permanent
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  100. When positioning for an extended hip dysplasia view in a large dog, position the stifles:
    A. toward either the cathode or the anode
    B. at an angle to the table
    C. toward the cathode
    D. toward the anode
    C. toward the cathode
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  101. The main principle of the PennHIP is to:
    A. quantitatively measure canine hip joint irregularities
    B. subjectively measure hip joint laxity.
    C. subjectively measure canine hip joint irregularities
    D. quantitatively measure canine hip joint laxity
    D. quantitatively measure canine hip joint laxity
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  102. Measurement for the tibia and fibula should be taken at the:
    A.stifle joint
    B. center of the tibia
    C.tarsal joint
    D. distal femur
    B. center of the tibia
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  103. The field of view for the stifle joint is the:
    A. proximal third of the tibia and the distal third of the femur
    B. proximal third of the femur and the distal third of the tibia
    C. full femur and tibia
    D. stifle joint
    A. proximal third of the tibia and the distal third of the femur
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  104. To have the femur parallel to the image for a caudocranial view of the femur, the patient is best placed in:
    A. sternal recumbency
    B. lateral recumb. with the affected limb uppermost
    C. lateral recumb. with the affected limb on the table
    D.dorsal recumbency
    B. lateral recumb. with the affected limb uppermost
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  105. (T or F)
    Setting film focus distance is not required with dental x-ray unit because it is typically placed as close to the tooth as possible when taking a radiograph
    TRUE
  106. (T or F)
    Collimation is not necessary with a dental x-ray machine
    TRUE
  107. (T or F)
    General anesthesia is required for dental radiography
    TRUE
  108. (T or F)
    It is unnecessary to utilize the bisecting angle technique when extraoral film placement is utilized to take dental radiographs
    FALSE
  109. (T or F)
    The parallel technique is required for taking radiographs of all teeth in the lower jaw
    FALSE
  110. (T or F)
    The raised dot on dental film should always face you when viewing the film
    TRUE
  111. Dental x-ray film is:
    A. single emulsion;screen
    B. double emulsion; screen
    C. double emulsion; non-screen
    D. single emulsion; non-screen
    D.Single emulsion; non-screen
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  112. Which of the following statements is true regarding chair-side darkrooms?
    A. they typically contain 3 containers ( develpoer, fixer, and water)
    B. usually the film is placed in the developer and fixer for 60 sec each
    C. films are passed through developer, rinsed with water, submerged in fixer, then rinsed again with water.
    D. they are not as common as automated dental film processors because film cannot be processed as well.
    C. films are passed through developer, rinsed with water, submerged in fixer, then rinsed again with water
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  113. To reduce scatter radiation, dental film is:
    A. small in size
    B. backed by foil
    C. flanked by black paper
    D. packed in a paper or plastic envelope
    B. backed by foil
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  114. When choosing the appropriate size of film to use for a particular patient:
    a. the smallest film that will depict the are of interest is best.
    b. larger films are better because more teeth will be included
    c. choose between a or b
    d. i have to make 4 options because it said so
  115. (T or F)
    To distinguish the right femur from the left on a lateral pelvis view, the right limb should always be pulled slightly cranial and the left slightly caudal
    FALSE
  116. (T or F)
    A lateral view of the pelvis should include the entire pelvis, a portion of the lumbar spine, and both entire femurs
    TRUE
  117. (T or F)
    For a DPl of the metatarsus-phalanges the patient is placed in sternal recumbency with the limb of interest pulled cranially and slightly abducted from the body wall
    TRUE
  118. (T or F)
    When taking a VD of the thorax, one should collimate from the thoracic inlet to the diaphragm
    FALSE
  119. When taking a lateral radiograph of the stifle joint, the affected limb should be:
    A. held in a position that is most comfortable for the patient
    B. in a natural, slightly flexed position
    C. abducted from the body caudally
    D. extended completely to include phalanges in the view
    B. in a natural, slightly flexed position
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  120. When taking a VD of the thoracic spine, the measurement should be taken
    A. below the sternum
    B. at the highest point of the sternum
    C. in the center of the sternum
    D. at the lowest point of the sternum
    B. at the highest point of the sternum
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  121. Correct patient positioning for a VD view of the pelvis, all of the following criteria must be met EXCEPT:
    A. obturator foramens, hip joints, hemipelvises, and sacroiliac joints are mirror images of one another
    B. both patella are positioned just lateral to the femoral condyles
    C. femurs are parallel to one another
    D. tail is secured between the femurs
    B. both patella are positioned just lateral to the femoral condyles
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  122. What action should be taken if it is difficult to see anatomic silhouettes on a thoracic film and the film is too light? why?
    A. increase kVp to shorten wavelength and increase penetrating power
    B. increase mAs by 10% to 15% to increase the number of x-rays reaching the film
    C. increase mAs to increase density
    D.decrease kVp to decrease the penetrating power
    A. increase kVp to shorten wavelength and increase penetrating power
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  123. Prior to taking a lateral radiograph of the humerus, the patient should be measured:
    A. across the center of the humerus
    B. in the thickest area of the humerus
    C. across the distal end of the humerus
    D. in the thickest area over the scapulohumeral joint
    D. in the thickest area over the scapulohumeral joint
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  124. A lateral view of the elbow should include the elbow and:
    A. a small portion of the radius, ulna and humerus
    B. the radius, ulna and a small portion of the carpus
    C. the humerus and a small portion of the radius and ulna
    D. the humerus, radius and ulna
    A. a small portion of the raius, ulna and humerus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  125. Which of the following VD views is most suitable for a patient with suspected pelvic trauma?
    A. compression view ( with neutral position)
    B. extended projection
    C. distraction view
    D. frog leg projection
    D. frog leg projection
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  126. Where is the measurement taken for a lateral view of the stifle joint?
    A. over the thickest part of the stifle joint
    B. over the patella
    C. over the femoral condyles
    D. at thte site of patellar articulation
    C. over the femoral condyles
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  127. When measuring your patient ffor the lateral view of the stifle joint, where should you place the calipers?
    A. proximal end of femur
    B. across the patella
    C. over femoral condyles
    D. thickest portion of the thigh
    C. over femoral condyles
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  128. For the CdCr view of the stifle, the beam should be centered over the
    A. distal end of the femur
    B. stifle joint
    C. thickest portion of the anatomical area to be radiographed
    D. patella
    B. stifle joint
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  129. The most commonly used labeled compound for nuclear medicine is:
    A. methylene diphosphonate
    B. technetium
    C. meglumine
    D.metrizamide
    B. technetium
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  130. (T or F)
    When taking a VD view of the sacrum, the x-ray tube should be directed at a 30-degree angle toward the head and centered over the sacrum
    TRUE
  131. (T or F)
    When radiographing the pelvis, the mAs setting is typically the same that is used for radiographing the skull
    TRUE
  132. (T or F)
    On digital ultrasound, fluid appears black and bone appears white
    TRUE
  133. (T or F)
    Taking an oblique view of the carpus is sometimes necessary with certain types of injuires
    TRUE
  134. (T or F)
    The measurement should be taken over the greater femoral trochanter for a lateral view of the pelvis
    TRUE
  135. An imaging technique that uses magnetic fields to create cross-sectional and 3-D images is
    A.Digital ultrasound
    B. MRI
    C. CT scans
    D. nuclear scintigraphy
    B. MRI
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  136. Which modality is the best choice for very detailed images of both soft tissue and bone?
    A.MRI
    B.Nuclear scintigraphy
    C.Thermography
    D.Digital ultrasound
    A. MRI
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