Which 3 radiation-based imaging modalities are x-radiation based?
- Computed tomography
Which radiation-based imaging modality is gamma-radiation based?
What is another term for two radiographs imaged 90 degrees apart?
Which legs are denoted by the letter “L”?
What letter are the hind legs denoted by?
Scintigraphy involves an intravenous injection of what substance?
What are the 2 types of non-ionizing radiation based imaging modalities?
2. Magnetic resonance
Which absorbs more of the x-ray beam, thinner or thicker tissues?
What is a positive summation effect?
Relative increase in opacity
What is a negative summation effect?
Relative decrease in opacity
Osteoclasts develop from the fusion of what?
Osteoblasts develop from what type of cells?
Mesenchymal stem cells
Increased stress on a bone leads to addition or reduction of bone?
Addition of bone
Decreased stress on a bone leads to addition or reduction of bone?
Reduction of bone
There is a lag time between osteoid matrix formation and matrix mineralization visible on an x-ray. How long is this lag time in the immature skeleton?
There is a lag time between osteoid matrix formation and matrix mineralization visible on an x-ray. How long is this lag time in the mature skeleton?