LANGE Radiography Review Flashcards by D.A. Saia

By D.A. Saia

Improve your wisdom of each point of radiologic know-how with those high-yield flashcards!

294 flashcards provide a enjoyable, quick, and potent strategy to organize for the ARRT examination

  • Learn approximately each key region of radiography with greater than 1,000 questions and solutions covering:
    • Patient safety
    • Equipment operation and quality controls
    • Image acquisition and review
    • Imaging systems
    • Patient care and education
  • From the writer of LANGE Q&A Radiography Exam and LANGE Radiography Prep
  • Study on-the-go, quiz your self, or brush up prior to the exam

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What is defined as “the estimated dose to the gonads that, if received by the total population gene pool, would produce the total genetic effect on the population as the sum of the individual doses actually received”? What are the three guidelines for determining when the gonads should be shielded? What three parts of the body should be shielded from the useful beam whenever possible? When a 1-mm Pb flat contact shield is used to shield female reproductive organs, their dose is reduced by about how much?

Because the primary x-ray beam is polyenergetic, the entrance dose is often significantly ________ than the exit dose. To reduce exposure to the lens, the reproductive organs, and the breasts, it is helpful to perform these examinations in what position? 3. What is the concept employed every day, with every examination, in order to achieve optimal radiation protection? Who of the following is likely to be the most radiosensitive: 1-year-old child, 20-year-old young adult, 50-year-old adult? What is the feature of most x-ray imaging systems that terminates the x-ray exposure once adequate exposure reaches the image receptor?

A/an _________ technique can function similar to, or in place of, a low ratio grid when distance is introduced between the patient/part and the image receptor. When used correctly, digital imaging can significantly ________ patient dose.

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