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1

Cephalometrics is NOT used to
a. Plan orthodontic treatment
b. Assess facial asymmetry
c. Measure foetal head growth Correct
d. Study craniofacial growth


c. Measure foetal head growth

2

Once contrast media is introduced into the knee joint it must not be moved or flexed.

Select one:
True
False

False

3

In dacrocystography, which is NOT a technique used to maximise ductal size on the image?

Select one:
a. Small focal spot is selected
b. Positioning the patient in OM position
c. Increased OFD is employed
d. Large focal spot is selected
e. Smallest receptor size selected

d. Large focal spot is selected Correct

4

Which of the following abbreviations refers to someone who may help the radiography department?

Select one:
a. FH
b. TLC
c. GSC
d. HCA

d. HCA Correct

5

Having a previous allergic reaction to local anesthetics is a primary contraindications for arthrography of any joint.

Give another primary contraindications for arthrography of any joint.

Allergic reaction to iodine based contrast media

6

The basic structure that is used to create most of the organic iodine contrast agents is:-

Select one:
a. Metrizoate
b. Pyridine
c. Benzene
d. Gadolinium

Benzene

7

Movement of the body part during between exposures will compromise the long bone study.

Select one:
True
False

True

8

Which abbreviation does not relate to the nervous system?

Select one:
a. BI
b. TBI
c. POP
d. CVA

POP Plaster of paris

9

Give one example of neuromuscular pathology that may require orthography:

fasciitis plantar

10

Fertilisation of the ovum occurs in the uterine tube.

Select one:
True
False

True

11

What is not a complication of gastric banding?

Select one:
a. Erosion into stomach
b. Band slippage Incorrect
c. Perforation of stomach
d. Malabsorption
e. Wound infection

Malabsorption

12

Osteoporosis in post menopausal women is defined by the WHO as having a BMD of

Select one:
a. 1.5 standard deviation below the average for the same age and sex population
b. 2.0 standard deviation below the average for the same age and sex population Incorrect
c. 2.5 standard deviation below the average for the normal young population
d. 1.0 standard deviation below the average for the normal young population

C. 2.5 standard deviation below the average for the normal young population

13

A z score produced during a DXA scan compares the patient's bone density with that of

Select one:
a. a person with osteoporosis Incorrect
b. a person with osteopenia
c. an average young healthy individual with peak bone mass
d. an average individual of the same age and sex

C. an average individual of the same age and sex

14

Which of the following imaging modalities is not used during sailography?

Select one:
a. CT
b. Fluoroscopy
c. Ultrasound
d. Conventional radiography

c. Ultrasound

15

What does the abbreviation CHD mean?

Congestive Heart Disease

16

1. Current use of macroradiography does NOT include

Select one:
a. trabeculae patterns on extremities
b. orbital phlebography
c. scaphoid
d. mammaography
e. avian radiography

orbital phlebography

17

Which of the following is not an abbreviation related to the abdomen?

Select one:
a. AAA
b. KUB
c. UTI
d. ICP Intra Cranial Pressure

d. ICP Intra Cranial Pressure

18

A sinus may form as a means of decompression of a synovial joint in what bony pathology (ies)?

Give one answer.

septic arthritis

19

Match the following abbreviations with the most suitable body system category. (answers are used more than once).
AAA
CABG
TIA
CPAP
OM
NBM
KUB
TLC
BIBA
FH
UTI
FT
LMP
GCS
IUD
MUA

AAA – Cardiovascular,
CABG – Cardiovascular,
TIA – Nervous,
CPAP – Respiratory,
OM – Musculoskeletal,
NBM – Digestive,
KUB – Urinary,
TLC – Respiratory,
BIBA – General/Hospital Information,
FH – General/Hospital Information,
UTI – Urinary,
FT – Digestive,
LMP – Reproductive,
GCS – Nervous,
IUD – Reproductive,
MUA – Musculoskeletal

20

DXA of the hip requires the lower limb to be rotated medially15-20 degrees.

Select one:
True
False

True

21

Taking the medication Metaformin can be is contraindicated prior to what procedure

Select one:
a. Ba Enema
b. IV Urogram Correct
c. Retrograde cystourethrogram
d. Enterocoliosis

b. IV Urogram

22

What type of contrast media is used for Myelography?

Do not specify brand name.

Oil Based

23

There is a moderate risk to the patient’s eye and tear duct during a dacrocystogram; even if the patient has no allergies or infection.

True or False

False

24

Which of the following is an abbreviation for how a patient eats/doesn’t?

Select one:
a. AE
b. BM
c. ABM
d. NBM

d. NBM

25

Lacrimal gland tear production is located on the lateral side of the eye.

True or False

False

26

Myelography is largely being replaced by MRI and CT

Select one:
True
False

True

27

Which of the following is not an abbreviation of a line that you would be asked to image to check for placement?

Select one:
a. PICC Incorrect
b. FT
c. CVL
d. ACL

d. ACL

28

Clinical indications for bone densitometry does not include one of the following.

Select one:
a. Estrogen deficiency in women
b. Vertebral abnormalities
c. Hyperthyroidism
d. Polycystic kidney disease
e. Female with family history of osteoporosis

d. Polycystic kidney disease Correct

29

Select the 3 aspects of the Glascow Coma Scale

Select one or more:
a. verbal response
b. pain retraction response
c. eye response
d. reflex response
e. motor response
Feedback
Your answer is correct.

a. verbal response
c. eye response
e. motor response

30

2/3 of all abnormalities demonstrated in the hysterosalpingogram arise from:

Select one:
a. maldevelopment of the uterus and fallopian tubes
b. maldevelopment of the uterus
c. congenital chromosomal abnormalities
d. maldevelopment of the fallopian tubes
e. maldevelopment of the uterus and congenital chromosomal abnormalities Incorrect

A.maldevelopment of the uterus and fallopian tubes