Positioning elementary ques

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Question 1 (13 points)
Match the vertebrae with the appropriate external landmark present at the same body level.
Question 1 options:
5 Level of jugular notch
8 Level of xiphoid process
4 Vertebra Prominens
6 Level of sternal angle
12 Level of pubic symphysis
3 Thyroid Cartilage
9 Inferior Costal Margin
1 Mastoid Tip
10 Level of most superior aspects of iliac crests
11 Level of ASIS
7 Level of inferior angles of scapulae
13 Gonion
2 Hyoid Bone
1. C1 2.C3-C4  3.C5   4.C7-T1 5.T2-T3 6.T4-T5 7.T7 8.T9-T10
9.L2-L3 10.L4-L5 11.S1-S2 12.Coccyx 13.C2-C3
Question 2 (1 point)
A plane passing through the body parallel with the midsagittal plane is termed:
Question 2 options:

coronal

sagittal

axial

anteroposterior
Question 3 (1 point)
Which of the following is not one of the four types of body habitus?
Question 3 options:

atrophic

asthenic

hyposthenic

hypersthenic
Question 4 (1 point)
What term means the same as ‘anterior’?
Question 4 options:

plantar

distal

dorsal

ventral
Question 5 (1 point)
What term refers to parts away from the head of the body, or angling the central ray towards the feet?
Question 5 options:

cephalad

caudad

axial

tengential
Question 6 (1 point)
Which of the following terms are used to described x-ray “projections”?
(1) AP
(2) PA axial
(3) supine
Question 6 options:

1 & 2

1 & 3

2 & 3

1, 2 & 3
Question 7 (1 point)
Which of the following terms are used to describe “body positions”?
(1) upright
(2) axial
(3) prone
Question 7 options:

1 & 2

1 & 3

2 & 3

1, 2, & 3
Question 8 (1 point)
Which of the following is an x-ray “projection”?
Question 8 options:

RPO

LAO

recumbent

dorsoplantar
Question 9 (1 point)
Which of the following terms are used both as an x-ray projection and a body position?
(1) axial
(2) oblique
(3) lateral
Question 9 options:

1 & 2

1 & 3

2 & 3

1, 2, & 3
Question 10 (1 point)
If the central ray enters the anterior body surface and exits the posterior body surface, the x-ray projection is termed:

Question 10 options:

PA

AP

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