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Lab 4, 5 & 6 Write up
For these labs, I learned about density with kVp, bucky technique vs. a table top technique,
contrast, distortion, magnification, central ray and bucky alignment, grids and screens. I also
learned how to take these fact
Clinic Rotation Summary
In the Academic Health Center, all employees were very nice, friendly and helpful. They
were happy to assist me with any questions I had. They were also great with patients. They
helped patients who had questions or concerns. All o
Radiation and Pregnancy
Everyday, everyone is exposed to radiation. Radiation comes
from various everyday things like food, soils, building
materials, etc. All of these things are made from natural sources
and only produce low level radiatio
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Academic Health Center
o What I Learned
o What I Learned
Campus Health Center Visit 1 & 2
What I Learned
Radiation Exposure Outline
a. Everyday, everyone is exposed to radiation.
B. Background Info
a. Radiation comes from food, soils, building materials, etc.
b. All of these produce low level radiation
c. There are potential health
Insurance Coding Business Model
BCBS [Blue Cross Blue Shield] Policy
Medically necessary chiropractic services are those manual and physical medicine services for
which there is a defined acute or initial therapeutic care plan with a goal of impro
8.1 Abdominal and Decubitus Radiography
KUB- Similar to the A-P Lumbopelvic except taken recumbent Acute Abdomen: P-A erect chest, KUB and upright abdomen or decubitus abdomen Erect and Decubitus Abdomen taken looking for free air under diaphragms. Gas p
13.2 Forearm A-P
Measure: A-P at mid forearm Protection: Coat apron SID: 40" table top No Tube angle Film: 7" x 17 Regular Speed. Note that most facilities will not have extremity cassettes larger than 10" x 12.
Patient is seated or kneeli
Skull & Sinus Radiography
Skull Radiography can be easily done erect with the patient seated in a chair or often time standing. It is easier to check for rotation with the patient seated. Sinus studies should always be done erect to see air and fluid lev
17.2 A-P Lower Leg
Measure: A-P at mid-lower leg Protection: Apron draped over pelvis SID: 40" Table top No Tube Angle Film: 7"x17 I.D. down or diagonal 14" x 17
A-P Lower Leg
Patient lies on back on table. Leg internally rotated 15 until in true A-P
Knee & Patella Radiography
Ltd Knee Series: A-P and Lateral Complete Knee: A-P, Lateral, Tunnel, may include Sunrise or Settegest & Oblique Views B/L Knees: A-P Weight-bearing & Both Laterals
Knee & Patella Radiography
May be taken erect or recumbent.
15.2 Pelvis A-P
Measure: A-P at Trochanters Protection: Males:Bell Females: None SID: 40" Table Bucky No Tube Angle Film: 17" x 14" I.D. up
The Vertical CR is used to center the table and lock wheel locks. Males: place belt for bell at level
14.1 Shoulder Radiography
Routine Non-Trauma: A-P with internal and external rotation of humerus Trauma or Dislocation Shoulder: A-P internal rotation, Lateral scapula or "Y" view, Apical Oblique,possible or Stryker Notch and P-A Axillary Shoulder Instab
X-ray Physics Review for 8th Q
There are some key x-ray physics principals that will greatly impact image quality. Geometric Image Sharpness is impacted by
Focal Spot Size Source to Image Distance Object to Image Distance Patient Motion Screen Speed
Sacrum & Coccyx
The primary beam will pass through the general location of the ovaries. Unless the female patient of child bearing age is large, P-A views are taken. The bell will be used for male patients needing Sacrum or Coccyx views. Measurements are
A-P Full Spine and Lumbopelvic Radiography
Views require precise positioning. Patient should stand with feet shoulders width apart. Shoe should be off and knees locked to evaluate leg length. Measurements for technical factors will be at the umbilicus.
The region or area of injury or pain will
determine the views taken.
Anterior rib injury calls for P-A and anterior
oblique views.Like the chest oblique, the
affected side will be away from the film.
Posterior rib injury calls for A-P a
All chest views are taken at 72" SID to minimize magnification. All chest view are taken using high kVp to obtain a broad scale of contrast. Routine: P-A & Lateral Supplemental: Apical Lordotic, Anterior Oblique Views
5.8 Neutral Lateral Cervical Spine
Part of all cervical spine series. Hang the non-Bucky film holder on top of Bucky. Slide upper film holder up to place film in holder. Center holder and film to beam.
Neutral Lateral Cervical Spine
Measure: Lateral a
PB-322 Radiologic Technology One
Week One Sequence of Radiography And Basic Cervical Radiography
What is expected this quarter?
There will be four examinations this quarter.
Midterm and Final Laboratory Examinations Midterm and Final Lecture Examinati
1.1 Basic Radiographic Room
Tube stand allows vertical and horizontal movement of tube. Tube can be angled Collimator restricts beam Wall Bucky holds cassette.
Complete X-ray Room
The Non-Bucky Film holder allows non-grid films that reduce exposure. T
Name of course: Radiographic Technology I Season and Year: Winter 2009 Course number: PB-322 Quarter: 8th Quarter Units: 2 Units Lecture hrs/week: 1-Lecture hour per week Lab hrs/week: 2 Lab/Instruction hours per week Prerequisites/Co requisites: LC 232 C