Imaging Procedures

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  1. Which of the following is a vessel that does not carry oxygenated blood?




     
    Pulmonary vein 



     
    Pulmonary artery 



     
    Coronary artery 



     
    Chordae tendineae
    •  
    •  
    • Pulmonary artery
  2. Which of the following positions is required to demonstrate small amounts of fluid in the pleural cavity?




     
    Lateral decubitus, affected side up 



     
    Lateral decubitus, affected side down 



     
    AP Trendelenburg 



     
    AP supine
    •  
    •  
    • Lateral decubitus, affected side down
  3. The plane that passes vertically through the body, dividing it into anterior and posterior halves, is termed the




     
    median sagittal plane (MSP) 



     
    midcoronal plane 



     
    sagittal plane 



     
    transverse plane
    •  
    • midcoronal plane
  4.  plane passes vertically through the midline of the body, dividing it into left and right halves.
     midsagittal
  5. The_________ plane is perpendicular to the MSP and divides the body into anterior and posterior halves.
    midcoronal
  6.  A______ plane passes through the body at right angles to a sagittal plane.
    transverse
  7. Blood is returned to the left atrium, from the lungs, via the




     
    aorta. 



     
    superior vena cava. 



     
    pulmonary veins. 



     
    pulmonary artery.
    •  
    • pulmonary veins.
  8. Characteristics of a patient with pulmonary emphysema include

    1. shoulder girdle elevation

    2. increased AP diameter of the chest

    3. hyperventilation






     
    1 only 



     
    1 and 2 only 



     
    2 and 3 only 



     
    1, 2, and 3
    •  
    •  
    • 1 and 2 only
  9. The lesser tubercle of the humerus will be visualized in profile in the




     
    AP shoulder external rotation radiograph. 



     
    AP shoulder internal rotation radiograph. 



     
    AP elbow radiograph. 



     
    Lateral elbow radiograph.
    •  
    • AP shoulder internal rotation radiograph.
  10. The esophagus commences at about the level of




     
    C3. 



     
    C6. 



     
    T1. 



     
    T11. 
    •  
    • C6.
  11. Which of the following is a vessel that does not carry oxygenated blood?




     
    Pulmonary vein 



     
    Pulmonary artery 



     
    Coronary artery 



     
    Chordae tendineae 
    •  
    • Pulmonary artery 
  12. ________ is vomiting of blood—this can occur with gastric ulcers, gastritis, esophageal varices, and other conditions
    Hematemesis
  13. Blood is returned to the left atrium, from the lungs, via the




     
    aorta. 



     
    superior vena cava. 



     
    pulmonary veins. 



     
    pulmonary artery. 
    pulmonary veins.
  14. The heart is seen on the right side—this is termed _______
    dextrocardia.
  15. _______ (partial or complete collapse of lung) would be demonstrated as increased tissue density in the affected area. 
    Atelectasis
  16. Body Habitus characterized by the very large individual with short, wide heart and lungs, high transverse stomach and gallbladder, and peripheral colon.
    hypersthenic,
  17. The Body Habitus individual is the average, athletic, most predominant type.
    sthenic
  18. The Body Habitus patient is somewhat thinner and a little frailer, with organs positioned somewhat lower.
    hyposthenic
  19. The Body Habitus type is smaller in the extreme, with a long thorax, a very long, almost pelvic stomach, and a low medial gallbladder. The colon is medial and redundant.
    asthenic 
  20. The condition in which pulmonary alveoli lose their elasticity and become permanently inflated, causing the patient to consciously exhale, is




     
    bronchial asthma 



     
    bronchitis 



     
    emphysema 



     
    tuberculosis 
    emphysema 
  21. Widening of the intercostal spaces is characteristic of which of the following conditions?




     
    Pneumothorax 



     
    Emphysema 



     
    Pleural effusion 



     
    Pneumonia 
    Emphysema 
  22. Double-contrast examinations of the stomach or large bowel are performed to better visualize the




     
    position of the organ. 



     
    size and shape of the organ. 



     
    diverticula. 



     
    gastric or bowel mucosa. 
    •  
    •  
    • gastric or bowel mucosa. 

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