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1

_____ is the most common joint still investigated via contrast arthrography. Others include:

_____
_____

Shoulder is the most common joint still investigated via contrast arthrography. Others include:

Knee
Hip

2

_____ is negative agent

_____ is positive agent

Air is negative agent

Contrast is positive agent

3

The _____ is one of the other more common joints that may be evaluated with arthrography (after shoulder)

The wrist is one of the other more common joints that may be evaluated with arthrography (after shoulder)

4

Which forms of contrast may be used for anthropgrahy?

Combination of radioopaque and radiolucent

Radioopaque

And radio lucent

All of the above

Which forms of contrast may be used for anthropgrahy?

All of the above

5

For description, the central nervous system (CNS) is divided into:

_____

_____

For description, the central nervous system (CNS) is divided into:

Brain

Spinal cord

6

CNS tissue composed of two main portions

_____ matter: outer portion or cortex

_____ matter: inner portion

CNS tissue composed of two main portions

Gray matter: outer portion or cortex

White matter: inner portion

7

Brain divided into:

_____

_____

_____

Brain divided into:

Cerebrum

Cerebellum

Brainstem

8

Largest part of the brain?

Cerebrum is the largest part of the brain

9

[Spinal Cord]

_____, elongated structure

Consists of an inner _____ cellular substance and an outer _____ fibrous substance

Gray substance forms _____-shape seen on transverse section

Extends from the brain to the _____-_____ space

[Spinal Cord]

Slender, elongated structure

Consists of an inner gray cellular substance and an outer white fibrous substance

Gray substance forms H-shape seen on transverse section

Extends from the brain to the L1-L2 space

10

[Spinal Cord]

Connected to _____ pairs of spinal nerves

Arise from roots on each _____ of cord

Transmitted through _____ and _____ foramina

_____ _____ refers to spinal nerves

[Spinal Cord]

Connected to 31 pairs of spinal nerves

Arise from roots on each side of cord

Transmitted through intervertebral and sacral foramina

Cauda equina refers to spinal nerves

11

The protective covering of the brain and spinal cord is the:

Neural sheath

Neurons

Glioma

Meninges

The protective covering of the brain and spinal cord is the:

Meninges

12

The largest portion of the brain is the:

Cerebrum

Cerebellum

Pons

Brainstem

The largest portion of the brain is the:

Cerebrum

13

White matter surrounds the central gray matter tracts in the spinal cord.

True

False

White matter surrounds the central gray matter tracts in the spinal cord.

True

14

How many pairs of spinal nerves connect to the spinal cord?

24

31

33

60

How many pairs of spinal nerves connect to the spinal cord?

31

15

The radiologic examination of the CNS structures situated within the vertebral canal via injection of a nonionic, water-soluble contrast medium into the subarachnoid space is termed:

Nervography

Spinogram

Myelography

Contrast spinal tap

The radiologic examination of the CNS structures situated within the vertebral canal via injection of a nonionic, water-soluble contrast medium into the subarachnoid space is termed:

Myelography

16

MRI of the brain is useful in assessing:

(1) Tumors (2) Trauma (3) Brain atrophy

1 and 2 only

1 and 3 only

2 and 3 only

1, 2, and 3

MRI of the brain is useful in assessing:

(1) Tumors (2) Trauma (3) Brain atrophy

1 and 3 only