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  1. A set of data instructions created in order to tell a computer what and how it should execute an operation is called
    A program
  2. The acronym DICOM stands for:
    Digital imaging and communications in Medicine
  3. The type of networking used in PACS is called:
    host
  4. All of the following is true about accession numbers, EXCEPT:
    different images within a study have different accession numbers
  5. The function of Kernel is
    • interface between user & all computer applications
    • keeps track of data flow
    • checks status of all programs that are running
  6. 'Orphaned images' often seen in PACS worklist is due to
    no accession number
  7. PACS accesses patient registration & demographic details from
    HIS
  8. All of the following are required for a diagnostic PACS terminal,
    • indirect lighting
    • 1000 x 1000 pixel resolution
    • able to magnify images
  9. What is the function of 'control unit' in a computer?
    interprets & directs instructions
  10. The central processing unit is composed of all of the following
    • Arithmetic logic unit
    • Registers
    • Control unit
    • clock
    • decode unit
  11. All of the following can be pre-programmed with PACS 'image hanging protocol', EXCEPT
    link up orphaned images in PACS from the same study
  12. The total number of different values (colors, shades of gray, etc) that can be stored in 1 byte of memory is
    256
  13. What is the function of 'control unit' in a computer?
    interprets & directs instructions
  14. Radiologist dictation report & technologist procedure notes are stored in:
    RIS
  15. Patient exam orders are input into:
    RIS
  16. A location in the memory is accessed by it's unique:
    Address
  17. What is the function of 'arithmetic logic unit' in a computer?
    carries out instrucitons
  18. The acronym PACS stands for
    Picture Archival and Communications
  19. All of the following tasks are usually performed with PACS, EXCEPT
    reconstruct SPECT slices
  20. Which of the following is an example of tertiary level computer storage used in PACS:
    optical juke box
  21. The largest decimal integer that can be stored in 1 byte is
    255
  22. All of the following stores volatile information, EXCEPT:
    ROM
  23. Patient exam orders are input into:
    RIS
  24. All of the following are true about PACS hanging protocol, EXCEPT:
    it is manuall set up every time a study is pulled up
  25. The type of networking used in PACS is called:
    host
  26. What is the function of 'control unit' in a computer?
    interprets and directs instructions
  27. Which of the following is a requirement for clinical PACS terminal:
    no specific requirments
  28. All of the following can be pre-programmed with PACS 'image hanging protocol', EXCEPT
    link up orphaned images in PACS from the same study
  29. Doubling the matrix, _________ the number of pixels in FOV:
    quadruples
  30. Which of following types of studies has the greatest ability to be manipulated TEMPORALLY to suite different clinical requirements?
    list mode

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