Medicine

Radiography Terms

Diagnostic radiograph of the blood vessels using a contrast medium angiogram Radiograph of the gallbladder cholecystogram Fear of closed spaces claustrophobia Computerized procedure that views the target organ or body area from different angles in a three-dimensional view computed tomography Radiopaque substance that enhances an image contrast medium Radiography using computer imaging instead of conventional …

ch5 mAs & reciprocity

-overall blackness of the radiograph – radiograph will be blacker or more dense if a larger amount of x-rays are used to produce it radiographic density – the amount or quantity of x-ray used to produce an image – mA radiographic density controlled by… – mA – amount of photons and electrons quantity of radiation …

MA 50

Angiography Which of the following is an example of an invasive diagnostic procedure? It uses standard X-rays or ultrasound to view internal structures. Which of the following is characteristic of a noninvasive diagnostic procedure? iodine Many contrast media contain ____. “Are you allergic to shellfish?” If a patient is to receive an iodine contrast medium, …

Radiology board review

The tungsten filament produces electrons when heated and is a component of the cathode Source of electrons used for the production of x-rays The tungsten target converts bombarding electrons into x-ray photons. The generation of x-rays occurs: A higher kilovoltage peak should be used when the area to be examined (ie: muscular patient) is dense …

Interventional Radiology

Definition -Are minimally invasive radiologic procedures that use angiographic techniques to: -Diagnose disease (while providing diagnostic information through angiographic procedures Purpose of Interventional Radiology Radiologic examination of vascular structures within the body after introduction of iodinated contrast medium or gas —Angiographic procedures are categorized as either visceral or peripheral Angiography Arteriography – Image of arteries …

X-Ray Practice Test 1

Size 0. What size film is called “pedo film”? Less exposure to the patient. The main advantage of using fast film is….. An interproximal radiograph. A bitewing is also known as…. A) Show the shape, length, and number of the root, B) Show the condition of surrounding and supporting structures. C) Comes in various sizes. …

Chapter 1

a physician specializing in the study of the effects of disease on the structure of the body. anatomic pathologist the study of the effects of disease on the structure of the body. anatomic pathology the science of the structure of living organisms. anatomy a physician who specializes in the administration of anesthetics during surgery. anesthesiologist …

DANB Radiology Exam

blue tinted polyester acetate What is the base of dental film composed of? gelatin and silver halide crystals What is the emulsion composed of? size of crystals, thickness of emulsion, radiosensitive dyes What determines the speed of dental films? absorb scatter radiation and prevent fogging What is the purpose of the lead foil? faster film …

Medical terminology

surgical removal of a body part or tissue ablation caused by or altered by or manifesting disease or pathology morbid substance that emits radiation spontaneously; also called tracer radionuclide examination of body structures using a fluoroscope fluoroscopy Moving bones or limb toward the midline adduction the position of being turned outward eversion lying face down …

Dental Assistant Radiology

Science of radiation as used in medicine Radiology Electromagnetic rays that travel as waves of energy through space. Radiation Image produced on photosensitive film by exposing film to x-rays and processing. Radiograh High energy ionizing electromagnetic radiation X-Radiation (X-Ray) Made up of the x-rays that come from the target of the x-ray tube. AKA:Primary beam …

Chapter 28 Radiology-Coding 4

Radiology What is the branch of medicine that uses radiant energy to diagnose and treat patients Diagnostic Ultrasound, Radiation Oncology The CPT manual divides the Radiology section into subsections of Radiologic Guidance, Breast Mammography, Bone/joint studies, Diagnostice Radiology Separate What type of procedure is performed independently of, and is not immediately related to, other service …

Dental Radiology Final Notes

Discovered x-ray in November 8, 1895 Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen Radiation absorbed dose RAD Radiation equivalent man Allow 5 per year Absorbed in human tissue Badge contains Phosphor; cell phone can alter REM Absorbs radiation; a protective device used to block radiation to the gonadal/reproductive tissues Lead apron Film placed in the mouth while being exposed …

Medical Terminology Chapter 4 & 5 SUSCC

Curettage Which terminal are scraping of a body cavity with a spoon shaped instrument? Below The prefix infra- means Laser surgery Which procedure used as a high-intensity light beam to remove scars, lesions, or wrinkles? Feverish Febrile means: Histology Use -logy to build a word that means the study of tissues: Infusion therapy Which term …

Radiology Technical Factor

radiographic density is primarily controlled by MAs. It is directly proportional to density. Higher MAs = greater density Lower MAs = less density MAs – density – (black and white) Radiographic contrast is primarily controlled by KVP. KVP is inversely proportional to contrast, High KVP = low contrast Low KVP = high contrast Radiographic density …

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Musculoskeletal radiology

A= alignment B= bone C= cartilage S= soft tissue what are the ABC’S of organizing a skeletal radiology report? subluxation is a partial dislocation, has a partial loss of continuity dislocation has complete loss of continuity what is the difference between a subluxation and a dislocation? are the bones normal in size and relation to …

Radiology Biology & Protection (Unit Test 3)

b. No larger than the image receptor The radiographic beam should be collimated so that it is which of the following? a. Slightly larger than the image receptor b. No larger than the image receptor c. Twice as large as the image receptor d. Four times as large as the image receptor b. 2% of …

Medical Assisting chapter 1 and 2 finals

Physical therapist Uses electricity, heat, cold, ultrasound,massage and exercise allergist DX and treats physical reactions to substances like mold dust fur and pollen 4rm plants and flowers emergency medical tec works under the direction of a physician and manages emergencies that occur away 4rm the medical setting Accreditation process by which programs are offically authorized …

DANB RHS

clear film w/ a bluish tinge Unexposed Film Appearance: film appears black Film Exposed to White Light Appearance: film appears dark Over Exposed Film Appearance: film appears light Under Exposed Film: Distal 1/2 canine, all premolars present & 1st molars of the MX & MD teeth, & crestal bone Premolar Bite-Wing must include: overlapped contact …

Grids and Filtration

parallel Grids used today cross hatched made by Dr Bucky 1920 Dr Potter made thinner parallel grid that moved 1st grid between pt and film or IR grid location lead .005 inches thick alternated with radiotranslucent material aluminum wood plastic grid composition quality and pt dose grids impove and increase part thinkness kvp field size …

Chapter 2 - MA110

are considered generalists and treat all types of illness and ages of patients. Also called Primary Care Physicians by insurance companies. Family Practitioners diagnose and treat physical reactions to substances. Allergist use medications that cause patients to lose sensation or feeling during surgery. Anesthetists specialty of medicine that deals with the medical and surgical treatment …

Chest Tube-ATI Lab

A patient injured in a motor vehicle crash is transported to an emergency department. The provider determines the need for immediate thoracotomy and chest-tube insertion and anticipates the need for maximal suction pressure. The appropriate type of closed-chest drainage system for this patient is a .. Dry suction-control system A nurse is caring for a …

CPT coding module 13 for final

False Radiology codes designated as a “separate procedure” should be reported in addition to the code for the total procedure or service. False There are four subheadings in the Radiology section. True The phrase “with contrast” represents contrast material administered intravascularly, intra-articularly, or intrathecally. False It is acceptable for the radiologist to communicate his/her opinion …

Chapter 2 - Medical Terminology & Anatomy Review

What is NOT a function of the skin? Acts as a gland by synthesizing vitamin A. Inflammation of the membrane lining the abdominal cavity and covering the abdominal organs is called Peritonitis Bone marrow harvesting is a procedure to obtain bone marrow from a donor. Bone marrow collected from a close relative is Allogenic The …

Dental Radiology

Science of radiation as used in medicine. Radiology Electromagnetic rays that travel as waves of energy through space. Radiation Image produced on photosensitive film by exposing film to x-rays and processing. Radiograph High energy ionizing electromagnetic radiation. X-Radiation “X-Ray” Made up of the x-rays that come from the target of the X-Ray tube. AKA: Primary …

Dental Radiology Final Exam

the production of ions, the process of converting an atom into an ion, deals only with energy to overcome the electrostatic force that binds the electron to the nucleus, resulting in the formation of a positive atom and a dislodged negative electron ionization fuzzy border of an object as imaged radiographically penumbra the use of …

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