Radio board review

quickster2008's version from 2016-11-06 03:03

Section 1

Question Answer
Lateral oblique projection beam is placed at what bones?dorsal lateral 3rd-5th MT BASES
Lateral oblique projection beam is placed at ? degrees 40 deg
Medial oblique projection beam is placed at what bones1st MT and navicular
medial oblique projection beam is angled at ? degrees25
what projection highlights the lateral column?lateral oblique projection=medial oblique view
Does a lateral oblique view highlight the lateral or medial column?medial column
what projection highlights the medial column? what view?med obl proj=lat obl view
radioresistant cells are more or less sensitive to radioactivity?less sensitive
what are the radioresistant cellsbone, liver, kidney, cartilage, muscle, nervous tissue
are radiosensitive cells are cells that are not sensitive or not resistant to radiation?least resistant
radiosensitive cellsskin basal cells, blood cells such as lymphocytes and erythrocytes, intestinal crypt cells, reproductive(germ) cells
top 3 radioresistant cellsbrain cells, muscle cells, nerve cells
which of the following is the appropriate measurement for the metatarsal break angle?
which of the following lesions is LEAST likely to be located in the epiphyseal regions a. chondroblastoma, b. giant cell c. ewing d. intraosseous gang
what five characteristics are used to identify solitary bone lesions?
List the characteristics of *
what are some differential diagnoses for *
Name the sign that can be associated with UBCfallen fragment
what causes fallen fragment sign
what are potential tx options for UBC
what are the classic xray features of osteoid osteoma
is osteoid osteoma benign or malignant
when would you expect malignant degeneration of osteoid osteoma
when a pt with osteoid osteoma presents wtih pain, the pain is usually secondary to
stalk like osseous tumor with cartilaginous caposteochondroma
osteochondroma originates in what region of the bonemetaphysis
osteochondroma extends/grows into what region of the bonediaphysis
does osteochondroma point towards or away from the jointaway

Section 2

Question Answer

Section 3

Question Answer
primary types of osteoporosistype 1: estrogen def/post menopausal type 2: related bone loss/senile
secondary types of osteoporosisoccurs as a result of some other specific dz process or tx of said dz
secondary osteoporosis arises in what age group? what gendermay arise at any age and affects men and women equally
top 4 most common causes of secondary osteoporosisgenetic, endocrine, dietary, hematologic
stage 1 of CRPS
stage 2 of CRPS
stage 3 of CRPS
stage 4 of CRPS
what stage of CRPS is spotty osteopenia first seen instage 2
disorders of diminished bone densityrickets/osteomalacia, scurvy, hyperparathyroidism, hyper/hypo thyroidism
Sclerotic dysplasias disordersmelorheostosis leri, osteopathia striata, osteopetrosis, osteopoikilosis, compact bone island, heavy metal poisoning
undertubulation with widening of the diaphysisosteopetrosis