Bontragers - ch 4

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  1. What process is best visualized in an internal oblique of the elbow.

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  2. The posterior fat pad is normally visible on an uninjured elbow exam.

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  3. What is another name for the scaphoid bone?

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  4. A wrist is routinely exposed as a PA projection.

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  5. When radiographing an oblique of the middle finger the part should be placed in contact with the cassette.

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  6. What ligament attaches to the styloid process of the ulna and fans out to attach to the triquetrum and pisiform?

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  7. When performing a rotation lateral projection of the humerus the epicondlyes of the elbow are _________________ to the imaging receptor.

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  8. What passes through the carpal sulcus?

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  9. What does the letter "J" represent on this graphic of the bone of the forearm?

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  10. Match the following on this AP radiograph of the elbow:
    • A - radial tuberosity
    • B - radial head and neck
    • C - capitulum
    • D - lateral epicondyle
    • E - olecranon fossa
    • F - olecranon process
    • G - medial epicondyle
    • H - trochlea
    • I - trochlear sulcus
    • J - coronoid tubercle
    • K - coronoid process
  11. Placing the wrist on a 20 degree sponge with ulnar deviation is called the:

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  12. Which carpal is the smallest?

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  13. What ligament extends from the styloid process of the radius and primarily attaches to the lateral side of the navicular?

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  14. What is the total number of bones in the hand and wrist?

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  15. The fan lateral of the hand is more prevalent than a straight lateral.

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  16. Which carpal is moon-shaped?

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  17. The digits should be parallel to the Imaging Receptor (IR) when exposing a hand radiograph.

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  18. Does this graphic represent radial or ulnar deviation?
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  19. This lateral radiograph of the elbow is not extended enough.

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  20. Which digit has only two phalanges?

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  21. What type of kVp is used for upper limb radiography?

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  22. A humerus radiograph may be performed supine or erect.

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  23. When performing film/screen radiography, extremity radiographs should be exposed with detail cassettes.

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  24. What does the letter "N" represent on this lateral radiograph of the elbow?

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  25. When performing an AP projection of the forearm what is the minimum distance that should be shown on either side of the joint (at the wrist and elbow)?

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  26. When referring to an oblique of the elbow, lateral rotation and an external oblique could both describe the same thing.

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  27. The Jones method is used when the arm is fully extended.

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  28. Which of the following is typical of a standard projection:

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  29. Check the two fat pads associated with the wrist.

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    • scaphoid
    • pronator
  30. A fat pad sign can be used to evaluate soft tissues damage.

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  31. The elbow should be at a 90 degree angle when exposing a lateral forearm.

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  32. Can a sponge be used to support the wrist when performing a lateral x-ray of the wrist?

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  33. Should the Gaynor Hart Method be used on a patient that has possible injured wrist?

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  34. When performing an AP projection of the humerus the epicondlyes of the elbow are _________________ to the imaging receptor (IR).

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  35. What is the degree of obliquity for a properly positioned hand radiograph?

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  36. What bone is fractured in this PA radiograph of the wrist?

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  37. How much is the CR angled for a properly positioned navicular (ulnar deviation) position of the wrist?

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    c. 10-15 degrees proximally
  38. What position is represented in this radiograph of the wrist?


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  39. The movement type of the interphalangeal joints is:

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  40. The metacarpals in this image are aligned correctly?

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  41. How much flexion should be evident on a true lateral of the elbow?

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  42. Generally an upper limb radiograph is done with the patient seated at the side of the x-ray table instead of at the end of the x-ray table.

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  43. The 2nd digit should be rotated medially when performing the PA oblique projection?

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  44. What is the common source-image receptor distance for a hand radiograph.

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  45. What is the term used for the most distal bones of the hands?

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  46. An AP of the elbow with medial rotation will show a separation of the radius and ulna.

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  47. Which direction is the wrist rotated for a PA oblique projection of the wrist?

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  48. The radius should generally not be radiographed in the supinated position (an AP projection).

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  49. The Coyle method can be used when a patient cannot extend the elbow fully for medial or lateral obliques.

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  50. What two bones comprise the forearm?

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  51. Why would a physician order "Ball-Catcher's Position" the "Norgaard Method" as an order?

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  52. Which is located more medially the capitulum or the trochlea?

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  53. Which of the following will best demonstrate the navicular?

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  54. A humerus radiograph may be performed supine or erect.

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  55. Match the following on the PA radiograph of the hand:
    • A - 1st metacarpal
    • B - 1st metacarpophalangeal joint
    • C - proximal phalanx of 1
    • D - interphalangeal joint of 1
    • E -
    • F -
    • G -
    • H - DIP
    • I -
    • J - middle phalanx
    • K -
    • L -
    • M -
    • N - 4th metacarpa
    • O -
  56. Is Radial deviation performed to visualize the carpals on the medial or lateral side of the wrist?

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    a. Medial
  57. What anatomy comprises the (3) concentric arcs when evaluating a true lateral elbow?
    • Trochlear sulcus
    • outer ridges of capitulum and trochlea
    • Trochlear notch of ulna
  58. Fat pads of elbow
    • posterior
    • anterior
    • supinator

  59. What process is best visualized in an internal oblique of the elbow?
    coronoid process

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