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Most common xray?

Chest

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With what technology can physicians can view the inside of organs?

Computed Tomography (CT)

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Gives detailed images of the patients anatomy?

Magnetic Resonance (MR)

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CVTs use what imaging technique?

Biplane fluoroscopy

4

NUCMED techs administer trace amounts of radiopharmaceuticcals to detect what?

Gamma Rays

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Xray discover by who and in what year?

Wilhelm Corad Roentgen, 1895
(while experimenting with Crooke's tube)

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First dental radiograph was taken by who?

Dr. Otto Walkoff

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X-rays travel how?

Wave motion (wavelength), straight lines at speed of light

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Radiation safety is who's responsibility?

Everyone

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What group monitors ionizing radiation?

Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)

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Distance reduces dose due to what law?

Inverse Square Law

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What are the four major ways to reduce radiation exposure?

Time
Distance
Shielding
Amount

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X-ray should be what minimum distance from worker?

6'

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ALARA

As Low As Reasonably Achievable

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The only exception for the patient to wear a protective thyroid collar is with what radiograph?

Panorex

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What should radiology personnel never wear in the direct line of radiation?

Dosimetry radiation film badge

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Film badges are collected how often?

Every 6-7 weeks

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Non-radiation worker max dose per year?

500 mRem (5mSv)

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Total whole body doses for workers can be found in?

10 CFR Part 20

(5,000 mRem or 5 Rem)

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P-5055
(Lace, lul)

Radiation health manual

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BUMEDINST 4010.3
(Rice, toes.tree)

Precious Metals Recovery Program

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BUMEDINST 6220.9
(Jan, nose.spine)

Infection Control Program

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BUMEDINST 6600.10

Nosocomial Infection Control Program

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SF-519

Radiologic Consultation Request/Report

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Used to obtain radiographs of the crowns, roots, and supporting structures of the teeth?

Periapical

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The full mouth periapical exam consists of how many periapical radiographs?

14

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What examination reveals the presence of interproximal caries, certain pulp conditions, overhanging restorations, improperly fitting crowns, recurrent caries beneath restorations, and resorption of the alveolar bone?

Interproximal

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Exam used for fractures of the jaw?

Occlusal

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Occlusal radiographs are exposed using what technique?

Bisected angle

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How many basic steps involved in processing x-ray film?

Five