10 QUESTIONS—–Part I
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Comprehensive Exam Part I
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Regarding the normal frontal upright view of the chest:
the (_) hemidiaphragm is higher than the (_)
the(_) hilum is lower than the (_).CorrectIncorrect
Blunting of the costophrenic angle might be suggestive of a pleural
The (_) fissure separates the LUL from the LLL and is best seen on the lateral view of the chestCorrectIncorrect
The (_) view demonstrates a clearer view of the RML and Apex of the lungCorrectIncorrect
The (_) view of the chest is of limited value when measuring for cardiomegalyCorrectIncorrect
If your patient has a RML pneumonitis, you would expect the right heart shadow to be obscured. This phenomena is referred to as the (_)CorrectIncorrect
A technique sometimes helpful to confirm a pleural effusion is the lateral (_) left or right side down.CorrectIncorrect
Regarding the PA chest view:
If H > 1/2 T where
H = largest cardiac dimension
T = largest dimension pleura to pleura
You would best describe the x-ray as demonstrating (_).CorrectIncorrect
When looking for a (_) it is sometimes helpful to get the inspiratory and expiratory view of the chest. The expiratory view will sometimes accentuate the pathologyCorrectIncorrect
If you wish to demonstrate the cardiac shadow more nearly true to size and a sharp image, you should request a (_) view.CorrectIncorrect