Self Test: Part C

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True/False

If a patient is younger than 18 years of age, any confidential information obtained during the procedure must be shared with the patient or guardian.

False

2

True/False

The technologist must provide a preliminary interpretation of any radiographs if requested by the referring physician.

False

3

True/False

Personal patient information can be shared with another technologist even if he or she has no role in that patient's procedure.

False

4

True/False

The technologist can explain a radiographic procedure to the patient without permission from the referring physician or radiologist.

True

5

The minimum number of projections required for the knee

Three

6

The minimum number of projections required for the fourth finger

Three

7

The minimum number of projections required for the humerus

Two

8

The minimum number of projections required for the sternum

Two

9

The minimum number of projections required for the ankle

Three

10

The minimum number of projections required for the Tibia/fibula

Two

11

The minimum number of projections required for the chest

Two

12

The minimum number of projections required for the hand

Three

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The minimum number of projections required for the hip (proximal femur)

Two

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The minimum numbner of projections required for the forearm

Two

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Which radiographic procedure requires only a single AP projection to be taken?

Pelvis

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A patient enters the emergency room with a fractured forearm. The fracture is set, or reduced. The orthopedic physician orders a post reduction serries. How many projections are required?

Two

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A patient comes to radiology for a rib study. What is the minimum number of projections that must be performed?

Two

18

A patient enters the emergency room with a possible fractured ankle. She can move it but it is painful. What is the minimum number of projections that must be performed?

Three

19

A patient enters the emergency room with a small piece of wire embedded in the palm of the hand. What is the minimum number of projections required for this study?

Two

20

A patient has fallen on the ice and has a possible fractured hip (proximal femur). What is the minimum number of projections that should be taken for this patient?

Two

21

A patient enters the emergency room with a possible fractured little (5th) toe. What is the minimum number of projections that must be taken?

Three

22

What positioning routines should be performed for a wrist study?

PA, Oblique, and lateral projections

23

What positioning routines should be performed for a chest study?

PA and lateral projections

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The technique for localizing bony and soft tissue of radiographic landmarks is termed:

Palpitation