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Radiographic Anatomy Quiz ©2007 Kenneth J. Young, D.C., D.A.C.B.R., F.C.C., F.E.A.C. (Radiology) Young Radiology Consulting Press the space bar or click.

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1 Radiographic Anatomy Quiz ©2007 Kenneth J. Young, D.C., D.A.C.B.R., F.C.C., F.E.A.C. (Radiology) Young Radiology Consulting Press the space bar or click your mouse to move to the next slide

2 In this presentation There is no narration on this presentation. Consists of 20 two-part questions. Write or type your answers to submit later for feedback and a CPD hour certificate. Taking the quiz and reviewing the feedback for you answers should total about 1 hour. Pushing the space bar or clicking the mouse will make some of the questions appear on the slides (and disappear, so you can see the radiographs). If you need to go back, push p for previous.

3 © 1a. What is the maximum normal measurement of the atlanto-dental interspace In adults? 1b. What is the maximum normal measurement of the retrotracheal space?

4 2a. What are the opacities indicated by the arrows at A? 2b. Is the lateral view (shown here) the best one to view the IVF in the lumbar spine (indicated by letter B)?

5 3a. The TR is 500 and TE is 25 on this MRI. Is it T1- or T2-weighted? 3b. What is the dark structure outlined by the arrows?

6 4a. What chamber of the heart is indicated by the arrow with the letter A? 4b. Why should you carefully inspect the costophrenic angles on every chest image (letter B)?

7 5a. What is the normal variant seen on the PA view? 5b. What is the normal measurement range for the angle at letter B?

8 6a. What view is this? 6b. Why is it taken?

9 7a. What structure is outlined by the yellow arrows? 7b. What is the fragment of bone outlined at letter B?

10 8a. What are the small calcifications indicated by the letter A? 8b. Is the soft tissue structure indicated by the letter B normal in size, shape and orientation?

11 9a. What view is this? 9b. What structure is indicated by the letter B? (Give the side and level as well as the structure)

12 10a. What two views are shown here? 10b. What is the structure indicated by the letter B?

13 11a. What specific structure is indicated by letter A? 11b. What is being assessed by the measurement on drawn on the lateral view?

14 A B 12a. What bone is labelled A? 12b. What bone is labelled B?

15 13a. Is the acromiohumeral space normal on this image? 13b. Is the acromioclavicular joint space normal? 10mm 6mm

16 14a. What is the faint lucency indicated by the arrows? 14b. Is it normal in this patient?

17 15a. What view is this? 15b. What muscles attach to the structure outlined by the arrows?

18 16a. What method would you use to estimate the bone density on this image? 16b. What is the structure outlined at letter B?

19 17a. What view is this? (A clue is given by the outlined structure labelled B.) 17b. What is the indentation labelled A?

20 18a. What are the sclerotic areas indicated by the arrows? 18b. What do the indicate?

21 19a. What is the name of the outlined structure? 19b. Why is it important to evaluate it?

22 20a. What view is this? 20b. What structure is outlined by the arrows?

23 Finished! Okay, now just me your answers and I will send you feedback and a certificate of completion.

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