Pelvice test

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Question 1 (1 point) How many degrees should the feet and lower limbs be internally rotated for an AP pelvis radiograph? Question 1 options:   5 to 10 degrees   15 to 20 degrees   20 to 30 degrees   25 to 30 degrees

Question 2 (1 point) Which of the following will be shown “in profile” if the lower limbs are in correct position for an AP pelvis Question 2 options:   Less trochanters   Greater trochanters   anterior superior iliac spines   Iliac crests

Question 3 (1 point) What is the central-ray angle for an AP projection of the hip? Question 3 options:   15 degrees   20 degrees   30 degrees   Perpendicular Question 5 (1 point) What is the respiration phase for the AP projection of the pelvis? Question 5 options:   Full expiration   Full inspiration   Suspended respiration   Shallow breathing

Question 6 (1 point) How much is the central ray angled for the AP oblique projection (Judet method) of the acetabulum? Question 6 options:   0 degrees   20 degrees   30 degrees   45 degrees

Question 7 (1 point) The body is placed at what angle for the AP oblique projection (Judet method) of the acetabulum? Question 7 options:   0 degrees   15 degrees   30 degrees   45 degrees

Question 10 (1 point) A geriatric patient with an externally rotated lower limb may have: Question 10 options:   A normal hip joint   Osteoarthritis   Slipped capital femoral epiphysis   Fracutred proximal femur

Question 11 (1 point)  How much should the thighs be abducted for the AP oblique projection of the femoral necks? Question 11 options:   10 degrees   20 degrees   30 degrees   45 degrees

Question 12 (1 point) For the AP oblique femoral necks (modified Cleaves method), the central ray is directed: Question 12 options:   0 degrees   15 degrees   35 degrees   45 degrees

Question 14 (1 point) What is the proper central ray orientation for the AP axial “outlet” projection for female patients? Question 14 options:   20 – 35 degrees cephalad   20 – 35 degrees caudad   30 – 45 degrees cephalad   30 – 45 degrees caudad

Question 15 (1 point) A lateral projection of the hip is used to demonstrate the hip joint and the relationship of the head of the femur with the: Question 15 options:   Acetabulum   Ilium   Ischium   Pubic symphysis

 

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