head, spine, and pelvic
#1. Which of the following bones participate in the formation of the acetabulum? 1.Ilium 2.Ischium 3.Pubis A 1 and 2 only B 1 and 3 only C 2 and 3 only D 1, 2, and 3 - D #2. Which...
bone2017|4 years ago|±0|2 views
Merrill's upper limb
#1. hand - 27 bones phalanges metacarpals carpals #2. carpals (proximal row) - scaphoid (navicular) lunate (seminular) triquetrum (triquetral, cuneiform) pisiform () #3. carpals (distal row) ...
egdiaz316|6 years ago|±0|47 views
#1. C1 - mastoid tip #2. C2, C3 - gonion #3. C3, C4 - hyoid bone #4. C5 - thyroid cartilage #5. C7, T1 - vertebra prominens #6. T1 - 2 inches above jugular notch #7. T2, T3 - jugular notch #8. ...
egdiaz316|6 years ago|±0|42 views
Digital Radiography and PACS Chapters 4-6
#1. 1. Artifacts - avoidable extraneous information on the image that interferes or distracts from image quality. #2. 2. Backing Layer - Soft polymer that protects the back of the cassett #3. 3. B...
rachelcunningham|5 years ago|±0|116 views
principle of radiography chapter 5
#1. incoming line current - all xray equipment operates from an incoming line of 210-220 volt #2. the main x ray circuit - must boost the voltage to the range necessary to produce x rays and to perm...
brenda87|7 years ago|±0|1,683 views
Radiographic Physics and Imaging Chapter Key Terms
#1. A skin reddening and inflammation caused by prolonged exposure to ionizing radiation - Acute Radiodermatitis #2. A partial vacuum tube that produced an electron stream and was used to study c...
lubyntx|6 years ago|±0|391 views
Chapter 12 Biliary Tract and Upper Gastrointestinal System
Biliary Tract and Upper Gastrointestinal System
rachelcunningham|5 years ago|±0|723 views
RADR 12010 - Intro to Radiologic Science Final Exam Review
#1. 1. The film record produced to visualize the internal structures of the body is called. - radiograph #2. 2. Any process by which a neutral atom gains or loses an electron is called. - ionozati...
lubyntx|6 years ago|+5|5,545 views