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  1. 1.      
    Look at the water soluble contrast and what kV
    is needed.
    80-90 kV
  2. 1.      
    When you do a small bowel follow thru, what’s
    the termination point?
    Ileocecal valve
  3. 1.      
    When doing a BE, what position is helpful in demonstrating polyps?
    Left lateral
  4. 1.      
    What creates feathery appearance in jejunum?
    Mucosal folds
  5. Know
    shortest 
    parts of intestine
    (duodenum),
  6. WHATS THE WIDEST PART OF THE INTESTINE
    widest (duodenum),
  7. whats the longest part of the small intestine
    longest (ileum),
  8. whats the fuzziest part of the intestine
    fuzziest (jejunum)
  9. 1.      
    What pathology is sometimes known as sliding or
    rolling?
    Hiatal hernia
  10. 1.      
    What are contraindications for using barium?
    Gross bleeding, severe diarrhea, obstruction and inflammatory conditions suchas appendicitis
  11. Know time NPO Upper GI  requirements.
    • NPO < 1 year4 hours,
    • NPO >1year 6 hours
  12. 1.      
    Know KV requirements for digital for single and
    double contrast.
    • 100-125 kV single contrast,
    • 90-100 kV double contrast
  13. How many parts to the duodenum? 
    • 4 parts-
    • duodenal bulb-
    • descending portion-
    • horizontal portion-
    • ascending portion
  14. 1.      
    What is the term for the involuntary muscular
    contraction in the alimentary canal? 
    Peristalsis
  15. 1.      
    What is the junction of esophagus and stomach
    called? 
    Esophagogastric junction
  16. 1.      
    How much do you rotate for thoracic oblique? 
    70degree oblique from plane of table,

    thorax 20 degrees from lateral
  17. 1.      
    Where do you center for cervical, thoracic and
    lumbar? 
    Cspine center to pass through C4, Tspine center to T&, (3-4” belowjugular notch or 1-2” below sternal angle)
  18. 1.      
     What vertebra has odontoid?
    Dens is part of the C2 (axis)
  19. 1.      
    Know ribs. Which ones are true, floating and false?
    • True ribs 1-7,
    • False Ribs 8-12,
    • Floating Ribs 11 & 12

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