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True/False

Indicate whether the statement is true or false.

____    1.   The central ray for AP Projection Internal Rotation of the Shoulder is at the Coracoid process

____    2.   The Central ray for a  AP Humerus is at the Mid-Humerus

____    3.   The Central Ray for Gaynor Hart Projection is at 250 to 30 degree  towards the base of the 3 Metacarpal

____    4.   For AP Internal rotation of the Shoulder the Epicondyles are Paralell to the IR

____    5.   When using an AEC, the radiographer must not set the exposure time.

____    6.   When using an AEC, the radiographer must not set the kVp.

____    7.   The use of an AEC demands accurate positioning.

Multiple Choice

Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

____    8.   Which of the following structures is not part of the proximal humerus?

a. Lesser   tubercle c. Glenoid process
b. Intertubercular   groove d. Anatomic   neck

____    9.   For a Grashey method projection of the shoulder, the CR is centered to the scapulohumeral joint.

a. True
b. False

____  10.   Which ionization chamber(s) for the AEC should be used for a tangential projection for intertubercular groove?

a. Center   chamber c. Left   chamber
b. Both   outside chambers d. Can’t   use AEC with this projection

____  11.   Which of the following shoulder projections best demonstrates the scapulohumeral joint space and the Glenoid Rims Superimposed?

a. Fisk method c. Grashey   method
b. Lawrence   method d. AP   shoulder, neutral rotation

____  12.   What medial CR angle is required for the inferosuperior axial shoulder (Lawrence method) projection?

a. 25   to 30 degrees c. 5   to 10 degrees
b. 40   to 45 degrees d. 10   to 15 degrees

____  13.   Which of the following projections should be performed using a breathing technique?

a. Transthoracic   Humerus c. Scapular   Y lateral projection
b. Inferosuperior   axiolateral projection d. Fisk

____  14.   A radiograph of a transthoracic lateral projection reveals that it is difficult to visualize the proximal humerus due to the ribs and lung markings. The following exposure factors were used: 75 kV, 30 mAs, 40-inch (102 cm) SID, grid, suspended respiration. Which of the following changes will improve the quality of the image?

a. Make   the exposure on second inspiration.
b. Use   a compression band to prevent patient movement.
c. Use   a breathing technique.
d. Use   a 72-inch SID

____  15.   A radiograph for an AP projection with external rotation of the proximal humerus reveals that the greater tubercle is profiled laterally. What should be changed to improve this image for a repeat exposure?

a. Rotate   epicondyles so they are perpendicular to the image receptor.
b. Move   the patient obliquely 10 to 15 degrees toward the affected side.
c. Rotate   the arm to place palm of the patient’s hand against the thigh.
d. Positioning   is acceptable; don’t repeat it.

____  16.   Which AP projection of the shoulder and proximal humerus is created by placing the affected palm of the hand against the thigh?

a. Internal   rotation c. Neutral   rotation
b. External Rotation d. AP   axial

____  17.   Which rotation of the humerus will result in a lateral position of the proximal humerus?

a. AP   axial c. External Rotation
b. Neutral   rotation d. Internal   rotation

True/False

Indicate whether the statement is true or false.

____    1.   The central ray for AP Projection Internal Rotation of the Shoulder is at the Coracoid process

____    2.   The Central ray for a  AP Humerus is at the Mid-Humerus

____    3.   The Central Ray for Gaynor Hart Projection is at 250 to 30 degree  towards the base of the 3 Metacarpal

____    4.   For AP Internal rotation of the Shoulder the Epicondyles are Paralell to the IR

____    5.   When using an AEC, the radiographer must not set the exposure time.

____    6.   When using an AEC, the radiographer must not set the kVp.

____    7.   The use of an AEC demands accurate positioning.

Multiple Choice

Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

____    8.   Which of the following structures is not part of the proximal humerus?

a. Lesser   tubercle c. Glenoid process
b. Intertubercular   groove d. Anatomic   neck

____    9.   For a Grashey method projection of the shoulder, the CR is centered to the scapulohumeral joint.

a. True
b. False

____  10.   Which ionization chamber(s) for the AEC should be used for a tangential projection for intertubercular groove?

a. Center   chamber c. Left   chamber
b. Both   outside chambers d. Can’t   use AEC with this projection

____  11.   Which of the following shoulder projections best demonstrates the scapulohumeral joint space and the Glenoid Rims Superimposed?

a. Fisk method c. Grashey   method
b. Lawrence   method d. AP   shoulder, neutral rotation

____  12.   What medial CR angle is required for the inferosuperior axial shoulder (Lawrence method) projection?

a. 25   to 30 degrees c. 5   to 10 degrees
b. 40   to 45 degrees d. 10   to 15 degrees

____  13.   Which of the following projections should be performed using a breathing technique?

a. Transthoracic   Humerus c. Scapular   Y lateral projection
b. Inferosuperior   axiolateral projection d. Fisk

____  14.   A radiograph of a transthoracic lateral projection reveals that it is difficult to visualize the proximal humerus due to the ribs and lung markings. The following exposure factors were used: 75 kV, 30 mAs, 40-inch (102 cm) SID, grid, suspended respiration. Which of the following changes will improve the quality of the image?

a. Make   the exposure on second inspiration.
b. Use   a compression band to prevent patient movement.
c. Use   a breathing technique.
d. Use   a 72-inch SID

____  15.   A radiograph for an AP projection with external rotation of the proximal humerus reveals that the greater tubercle is profiled laterally. What should be changed to improve this image for a repeat exposure?

a. Rotate   epicondyles so they are perpendicular to the image receptor.
b. Move   the patient obliquely 10 to 15 degrees toward the affected side.
c. Rotate   the arm to place palm of the patient’s hand against the thigh.
d. Positioning   is acceptable; don’t repeat it.

____  16.   Which AP projection of the shoulder and proximal humerus is created by placing the affected palm of the hand against the thigh?

a. Internal   rotation c. Neutral   rotation
b. External Rotation d. AP   axial

____  17.   Which rotation of the humerus will result in a lateral position of the proximal humerus?

a. AP   axial c. External Rotation
b. Neutral   rotation d. Internal   rotation

True/False

Indicate whether the statement is true or false.

____    1.   The central ray for AP Projection Internal Rotation of the Shoulder is at the Coracoid process

____    2.   The Central ray for a  AP Humerus is at the Mid-Humerus

____    3.   The Central Ray for Gaynor Hart Projection is at 250 to 30 degree  towards the base of the 3 Metacarpal

____    4.   For AP Internal rotation of the Shoulder the Epicondyles are Paralell to the IR

____    5.   When using an AEC, the radiographer must not set the exposure time.

____    6.   When using an AEC, the radiographer must not set the kVp.

____    7.   The use of an AEC demands accurate positioning.

Multiple Choice

Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

____    8.   Which of the following structures is not part of the proximal humerus?

a. Lesser   tubercle c. Glenoid process
b. Intertubercular   groove d. Anatomic   neck

____    9.   For a Grashey method projection of the shoulder, the CR is centered to the scapulohumeral joint.

a. True
b. False

____  10.   Which ionization chamber(s) for the AEC should be used for a tangential projection for intertubercular groove?

a. Center   chamber c. Left   chamber
b. Both   outside chambers d. Can’t   use AEC with this projection

____  11.   Which of the following shoulder projections best demonstrates the scapulohumeral joint space and the Glenoid Rims Superimposed?

a. Fisk method c. Grashey   method
b. Lawrence   method d. AP   shoulder, neutral rotation

____  12.   What medial CR angle is required for the inferosuperior axial shoulder (Lawrence method) projection?

a. 25   to 30 degrees c. 5   to 10 degrees
b. 40   to 45 degrees d. 10   to 15 degrees

____  13.   Which of the following projections should be performed using a breathing technique?

a. Transthoracic   Humerus c. Scapular   Y lateral projection
b. Inferosuperior   axiolateral projection d. Fisk

____  14.   A radiograph of a transthoracic lateral projection reveals that it is difficult to visualize the proximal humerus due to the ribs and lung markings. The following exposure factors were used: 75 kV, 30 mAs, 40-inch (102 cm) SID, grid, suspended respiration. Which of the following changes will improve the quality of the image?

a. Make   the exposure on second inspiration.
b. Use   a compression band to prevent patient movement.
c. Use   a breathing technique.
d. Use   a 72-inch SID

____  15.   A radiograph for an AP projection with external rotation of the proximal humerus reveals that the greater tubercle is profiled laterally. What should be changed to improve this image for a repeat exposure?

a. Rotate   epicondyles so they are perpendicular to the image receptor.
b. Move   the patient obliquely 10 to 15 degrees toward the affected side.
c. Rotate   the arm to place palm of the patient’s hand against the thigh.
d. Positioning   is acceptable; don’t repeat it.

____  16.   Which AP projection of the shoulder and proximal humerus is created by placing the affected palm of the hand against the thigh?

a. Internal   rotation c. Neutral   rotation
b. External Rotation d. AP   axial

____  17.   Which rotation of the humerus will result in a lateral position of the proximal humerus?

a. AP   axial c. External Rotation
b. Neutral   rotation d. Internal   rotation
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