Which body plane divides the body into right and left segments?
Which of the following anatomic terms describes the palm of the hand?
Bending of the elbow is referred to as
The term projection is defined as the:
Path of the central ray as it exits the x-ray tube and passes through the patient
The name of the radiographic position in which the patient s right side is placed against the image receptor and the CR enters the left side of the body is the:
Right lateral position
The name of the radiographic projection in which the central ray enters the medial aspect of the knee and exits the lateral aspect is:
Which two conditions must be met for a decubitus position?
The patient must be lying down, and a horizontal x-ray beam is utilized.
This attached image demostrates what positon?
This image indicates what type of projection.
This patient is in what position
This patient is in what position?
Rationale for taking a minimum of two projections of body parts such as the chest include:
1. Visualization of overlapping structures
2. Localization of foreign objects
3. Evaluation of fracture alignment
The opposite term for supination is:
Which of the following positions is often used to insert a rectal enema tip prior to a barium enema study?
The radiographic position in which the patient is turned 90° from an AP projection with the left side of the body placed against the image receptor (IR) is the:
what is A
WHAT IS B
WHAT IS C
WHAT IS D
WHAT IS E
MID CORONAL PLANE
WHAT IS F
MID SAGITTAL PLANE
WHAT IS H
WHAT IS G
WHAT IS I
A tangential projection is one in which the central ray _____ ______ a body surface to project it free of superimposition.