- Describe how a pneumothorax is demonstrated radiographically.
- Which position/projection is used to best demonstrate a pneumothorax? (Why?)
- What are the evaluation criteria on a properly exposed KUB?
- What position/projection would best demonstrate an abdominal aortic aneurysm?
- Would a single contrast BE demonstrate diverticulosis? Polyps? Explain your answer.
- Could the following exams be done on the same day? Explain why or why not.
- BE & pelvis
- BE & IVU
- UGI & BE
- If an acute abdominal series is ordered and the patient cannot stand or sit, what would you do and why?
- Explain the ALARA concept.
- What standard precautions are used for patients known to have MRSA?
MATCH THE SYMPTOMS FOUND IN COLUMN II WITH ITS DEFINITION IN COLUMN
COLUMN I COLUMN II
_____RINGING IN THE EARS A. EMESIS
_____HIVES B. EPISTASIS
_____NOSEBLEED C. VERTIGO
_____REDNESS D. ANOREXIA
_____BLUENESS E. DYSPNEA
_____DIZZINESS F. URTICARIA
_____VOMITING G. ERYTHEMIA
_____LOSS OF APPITITE H. CYANOSIS
_____DIFFICULTY IN BREATHING I. TINNITIS
_____SWELLING J. DYSURIA
_____FAINTING K. HEMATURIA
_____BLOOD IN URINE L. POLYURIA
_____PAINFUL URINATION M. SYNCOPE
_____MUCH URINATION N. EDEMA
THE FOLLOWING QUESTION DEALS WITH FRACTURES. MATCH THE TYPE IN COLUMN II WITH IT’S DEFINITION IN COLUMN I.
COLUMN 1 COLUMN II
_____ ONE CAUSED BECAUSE THE A. SIMPLE
BONE IS ALREADY WEAKENED
BY ANOTHER DISEASE, SUCH
_____ ONE END OF THE FRACTURE IS B. COMPOUND
PUSHED INTO THE OTHER
_____ FRACTURE STRAIGHT ACROSS C. COMMINUNATED
_____ THERE ARE FRAGMENTS OF BONE D. GREENSTICK
BROKEN OFF AT THE SITE OF THE
_____ NO BREAK IN THE SKIN OCCURS E.COMPLETE
_____ COMMONLY FOUND IN F.TELESCOPED
CHILDREN. THE BONE WILL
SPLINTER ON ONE SIDE ONLY,
NOT ALL THE WAY ACROSS
_____ BREAK IN THE SKIN OCCURS. G.TRANSVERSE
MANY TIMES THE BONE PROTRUDES
_____ COMPLETE SEPERATION OF THE H.PATHOLOGIC
- The xyphoid tip is located at the level of:
- What is one of the clinical indications for an upper airway exam?
- A routine PA chest radiograph is taken at a 72” for what purpose?
- When taking a PA radiograph of the chest, the shoulders are rolled forward to;
- How many lobes are there in the left lung?
- What are the routine projections for an UGI and the structure demonstrated in each?
- What are the routine projections for a Double contrast BE and the structure demonstrated in each?
- Discuss considerations when performing a BE on a geriatric and pediatric patient?
- What are the four methods used to study the small intestine. Briefly describe each?
- List four pathologies of the UGI tract and a description of each?
- List four pathologies on the LGI and a description of each?