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  • 1. 

    What term describes any process by which a neutral atom gains or loses electrons thus acquiring net charge

    Explanation
    Ionization is the term used to describe any process in which a neutral atom gains or loses electrons, resulting in the atom acquiring a net charge. This process can occur through various means, such as exposure to high energy radiation or interaction with other charged particles. Ionization plays a crucial role in many chemical and physical processes, as it leads to the formation of ions, which are atoms or molecules with an electric charge.

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  • 2. 

    What is the process by which a magnetic field and radiofrequencies you used to create sectional images of the body.

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    MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. It is a medical imaging technique that uses a combination of a strong magnetic field and radiofrequencies to generate detailed sectional images of the body. The magnetic field aligns the protons in the body, and the radiofrequencies cause the protons to emit signals that are used to create the images. MRI is commonly used to diagnose and monitor various medical conditions.

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  • 3. 

    This term describes the energy transmitted by waves through space or through a medium.

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    Radiation is the correct answer because it refers to the energy that is transmitted by waves through either space or a medium. It can take various forms, such as electromagnetic radiation (like radio waves, microwaves, and X-rays) or particle radiation (like alpha particles and beta particles). This energy transfer can occur without the need for a physical medium, making radiation capable of traveling through vacuum as well.

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    This term is a Synonym for x-ray

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    The term "Roentgen Ray" is a synonym for x-ray. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen was a German physicist who discovered x-rays in 1895, and the term "Roentgen Ray" was initially used to describe these rays. Over time, the term x-ray became more commonly used, but "Roentgen Ray" still refers to the same type of electromagnetic radiation that is used for medical imaging and other applications.

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  • 5. 

    Voluntary process through which an agency grants recognition to an individual on demonstration usually by examination of specialized professional skills.

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    Certifications refer to the voluntary process in which an agency grants recognition to an individual based on their demonstration of specialized professional skills, usually through an examination. This recognition serves as evidence that the individual possesses the necessary knowledge and expertise in a particular field. Certifications are often sought after by professionals to enhance their credibility, improve job prospects, and demonstrate their commitment to ongoing professional development.

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  • 6. 

    A group of persons appointed by sponsoring organizations to oversee the accreditation process.

    Explanation
    A Joint Review Committee is a group of individuals appointed by sponsoring organizations to oversee the accreditation process. They are responsible for evaluating and assessing the quality and standards of educational programs or institutions. The committee members work together to review and analyze various aspects, such as curriculum, faculty qualifications, student outcomes, and resources, to ensure that the programs meet the required standards set by the accrediting body. Their role is crucial in ensuring the credibility and quality of the accredited programs or institutions.

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  • 7. 

    The process by which a government agency grants permission to individuals to practice their profession

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    Licensure refers to the process through which a government agency grants permission to individuals to practice their profession. This typically involves the individual meeting specific educational and training requirements, passing an examination, and obtaining a license or certification. Licensure ensures that professionals meet certain standards of competency and ethics, and it helps protect the public by ensuring that only qualified individuals are allowed to provide services in their respective fields.

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  • 8. 

    Listing of individuals holding certification in a particular profession.

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    The given correct answer for this question is "Registry". A registry is a listing or database that contains information about individuals who hold a certification in a specific profession. It serves as a record or directory of certified professionals, allowing others to verify their credentials and qualifications. A registry is commonly used in various fields such as healthcare, education, and professional organizations to maintain accurate and up-to-date information about certified individuals.

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  • 9. 

    Real life patient situations that are studied and assessed for the learning process

    Explanation
    Case studies are real-life patient situations that are studied and assessed for the learning process. They provide an in-depth analysis of a specific individual or group, allowing students or researchers to examine the details of a particular case and draw conclusions. Case studies are commonly used in medical and healthcare fields to understand and analyze complex medical conditions, treatment plans, and patient outcomes. They offer valuable insights into real-world scenarios and help develop critical thinking skills and problem-solving abilities in healthcare professionals.

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  • 10. 

    A term that describes the determination of the cause and effect of a situation or work

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    Analysis is the correct answer because it refers to the process of examining and evaluating a situation or work in order to understand its causes and effects. Through analysis, one can break down complex problems or situations into smaller components, identify patterns or trends, and draw conclusions based on the evidence gathered. It involves gathering data, conducting research, and applying logical reasoning to make informed decisions or recommendations. Analysis is a crucial tool in various fields, including science, business, and social sciences, as it helps in understanding and solving problems effectively.

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  • 11. 

    A term that describes the judgment or determination of the quality of a work or creation

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    Evaluation is the process of assessing or judging the quality or value of a work or creation. It involves analyzing various aspects such as performance, effectiveness, efficiency, and relevance to determine its overall worth. Through evaluation, one can gauge the strengths and weaknesses of a work and make informed decisions or recommendations based on the findings. It is an essential tool in measuring the success or impact of a project, product, or service, and can help in improving future outcomes.

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  • 12. 

    Answering questions in a methodical manner to resolve a challenging situation can be referred to as:

    Explanation
    Problem solving refers to the process of finding solutions to difficult or complex issues. It involves analyzing the problem, identifying potential solutions, and selecting the best course of action to resolve the situation. By answering questions in a methodical manner, individuals can effectively tackle challenges and reach successful outcomes.

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  • 13. 

    What word best describes a creative action based on professional knowledge and experience involving sound judgment applied with high ethical standards and integrity.

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    Critical thinking is the best word to describe a creative action based on professional knowledge and experience involving sound judgment applied with high ethical standards and integrity. Critical thinking involves analyzing and evaluating information objectively, considering different perspectives, and making informed decisions. It requires using logical reasoning, problem-solving skills, and a willingness to question assumptions and biases. In this context, critical thinking would enable professionals to apply their expertise and make ethical decisions that are based on sound judgment and integrity.

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  • 14. 

    What term best describes informational and instructional activities that may occur in formal or informal settings

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    Didactic is the term that best describes informational and instructional activities that may occur in formal or informal settings. Didactic refers to the teaching or instructing of a subject, often in a formal and structured manner. It involves the transmission of knowledge or information from a teacher or instructor to learners or students. This term encompasses various methods and techniques used in education, such as lectures, presentations, demonstrations, and guided discussions. Whether it is a classroom setting or an informal learning environment, didactic activities aim to impart knowledge and promote learning.

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  • 15. 

    What are the three major categories or domains of learning, which includes various levels of though, such a knowledge, understanding, reason, and judgmentListing them from A - Z 

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    The three major categories or domains of learning are affective, cognitive, and psychomotor. Affective domain refers to the emotional and attitudinal aspects of learning, such as values, beliefs, and attitudes. Cognitive domain involves intellectual processes and includes knowledge, understanding, reason, and judgment. Psychomotor domain focuses on physical skills and coordination, such as motor skills and manual dexterity.

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  • 16. 

    A term that describes a concise description of an observable behavior to be achieved

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    An objective is a term that describes a concise description of an observable behavior to be achieved. It is a specific and measurable goal that outlines what needs to be accomplished. Objectives provide clarity and direction, helping individuals or organizations to focus their efforts and track progress towards a desired outcome. By setting objectives, individuals or organizations can effectively plan and prioritize their actions, ensuring that they are working towards a common goal.

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  • 17. 

    A term that describes an injury, large or small, caused by the use (including nonuse) of a drug; can be as harmless as a drug rash or as serious as death from an overdose

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    The term "adverse drug events" refers to any injury, whether minor or severe, that is caused by the use or nonuse of a drug. This can range from something as harmless as a drug rash to something as serious as death resulting from an overdose.

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  • 18. 

    A national organization of hospital and other health care providers; offers its members inspection and accreditation of the quality of operations  

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    The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) is a national organization that provides inspection and accreditation services to hospital and other healthcare providers. Its main function is to assess the quality of operations and ensure that healthcare organizations meet certain standards and guidelines. JCAHO plays a crucial role in promoting patient safety and quality improvement in the healthcare industry.

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  • 19. 

    The term that describes the difference between adjacent densities on a radiograph

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    Contrast refers to the difference in density between adjacent areas on a radiograph. It is used to describe the distinguishability of different structures or tissues within the image. Higher contrast means a greater difference in densities, resulting in a more distinct visualization of structures. Lower contrast, on the other hand, indicates a smaller difference in densities, leading to a less clear image. Therefore, contrast plays a crucial role in the interpretation and diagnosis of radiographic images.

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  • 20. 

    The term that describes the degree of darkening of exposed and processed photographic or radiographic film

    Explanation
    Density is a term used to describe the degree of darkening of exposed and processed photographic or radiographic film. It refers to the amount of light that is absorbed by the film, resulting in a darker image. The higher the density, the darker the image appears. Density is an important factor in determining the quality and clarity of the final image, as it affects the level of detail and contrast.

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  • 21. 

    A term that describes the misrepresentation of the true size or shape of an object  

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    Distortion is a term used to describe the misrepresentation of the true size or shape of an object. It refers to any alteration or deviation from the original form, resulting in a distorted perception or portrayal. Distortion can occur due to various factors such as optical illusions, perspective, or technical limitations in capturing or reproducing images. It is commonly observed in photography, art, and visual media, where intentional or unintentional distortions can create unique and creative effects or inaccurately depict reality.

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  • 22. 

    A term that describes the unwanted exposure or film densities

    Explanation
    Fog is a term used to describe the unwanted exposure or film densities. In photography, fog refers to the overall haziness or lack of contrast in an image, which can be caused by various factors such as light leaks, excessive exposure to light, or chemical contamination. This unwanted fog can result in a loss of detail and clarity in the photograph, affecting its overall quality.

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  • 23. 

    A device consisting of thin lead strips designed to permit primary radiation to pass while reducing scatter radiation

    Explanation
    A grid is a device made up of thin lead strips that are designed to allow primary radiation to pass through while reducing scatter radiation. Scatter radiation is unwanted radiation that can cause blurring and decrease image quality. The lead strips in the grid absorb and block the scatter radiation, allowing only the primary radiation to reach the image receptor. This helps to improve image quality and reduce the amount of radiation exposure to the patient.

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  • 24. 

    The amount of filtration necessary to reduce the intensity of the radiation beam to one half its original values

    Explanation
    The half value layer refers to the amount of filtration required to reduce the intensity of a radiation beam to half of its original value. It is a measure of the penetrating power of the radiation. The higher the half value layer, the more filtration is needed to reduce the intensity. This is an important concept in radiation safety and is used to determine the appropriate amount of shielding needed to protect against radiation exposure.

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  • 25. 

    The layer of luminescent crystals placed inside a cassette to expose x-ray film efficiently and thereby significantly reduce patient dose.

    Explanation
    An intensifying screen is a layer of luminescent crystals that is placed inside a cassette to expose x-ray film efficiently. When x-rays pass through the patient's body and hit the intensifying screen, the crystals emit light, which in turn exposes the x-ray film. This process allows for a shorter exposure time, reducing the amount of radiation the patient is exposed to. Therefore, the use of an intensifying screen significantly reduces the patient's dose during an x-ray procedure.

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  • 26. 

    A mathematical formula that describes the relationship between radiation intensity and distance from the source of the radiation.

    Explanation
    The Inverse Square Law is a mathematical formula that states that the intensity of radiation decreases as the distance from the source increases. According to this law, the intensity of radiation is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source. This means that if the distance is doubled, the intensity will be reduced to one-fourth of its original value. The Inverse Square Law is commonly used in various fields, such as physics and photography, to understand how radiation or light spreads and diminishes with distance.

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  • 27. 

    A measure of the potential difference, which controls the quality and quantity of x-ray photons produced in the x-ray tube.

    Explanation
    The kilovoltage peak (KVP) is a measure of the potential difference in an x-ray tube. It controls the quality and quantity of x-ray photons produced. By adjusting the KVP, the radiographer can control the energy level of the x-ray beam and the number of photons generated. Higher KVP values result in higher energy x-rays and a greater number of photons, which can be useful for imaging dense structures. Lower KVP values produce lower energy x-rays and fewer photons, which may be preferred for imaging more delicate or sensitive structures. Therefore, the KVP is an important parameter in determining the characteristics of the x-ray beam.

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  • 28. 

    An invisible image created after exposure but before processing

    Explanation
    A latent image refers to an invisible image that is formed on a photosensitive material, such as film or photographic paper, after it has been exposed to light but before it has been processed. This image is not immediately visible to the naked eye but can be developed into a visible image through the process of chemical development. The term "latent" implies that the image is present but hidden or dormant until it is brought out during the processing stage.

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  • 29. 

    The ability of an x-ray beam to pass through an object, controlled by the kVp  of the beam

    Explanation
    The term "penetrating ability" refers to the ability of an x-ray beam to pass through an object. This ability is controlled by the kVp (kilovoltage peak) of the beam. Higher kVp results in increased penetration, allowing the x-ray beam to pass through thicker or denser objects. Lower kVp, on the other hand, reduces the penetrating ability, making it more suitable for imaging less dense or thinner objects. Therefore, the kVp of the x-ray beam directly influences its ability to penetrate different types of objects.

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  • 30. 

    What is the term that describes the fuzzy border of an object as imaged radiographically

    Explanation
    Penumbra is the term that describes the fuzzy border of an object as imaged radiographically. In radiography, penumbra refers to the blurred or indistinct edges of an object that are captured in the image. This can occur due to factors such as the size of the x-ray focal spot, the distance between the object and the detector, or the motion of the object during exposure. The penumbra effect is important to consider in radiographic imaging as it can affect the accuracy and clarity of the image interpretation.

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  • 31. 

    What is the term that best describes: permitting the passage of x-rays or other forms of energy with little attenuation

    Explanation
    Radiolucent is the term that best describes permitting the passage of x-rays or other forms of energy with little attenuation. This means that radiolucent materials allow x-rays or energy to pass through them with minimal obstruction or absorption. This property is important in medical imaging, as it allows for clear visualization of internal structures during procedures such as X-rays, CT scans, or fluoroscopy. Radiolucent materials are commonly used in medical devices, such as X-ray tables or positioning aids, to ensure that the images captured are accurate and detailed.

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  • 32. 

    What is the word that best describes an object not easily penetrable by x-rays or other forms of radiant energy

    Explanation
    Radiopaque is the best word to describe an object that is not easily penetrable by x-rays or other forms of radiant energy. This term refers to an object or substance that appears white or opaque on an x-ray image, indicating that it blocks the passage of x-rays. In medical imaging, radiopaque materials are often used to highlight specific structures or areas of interest that need to be visualized clearly.

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  • 33. 

    What is the word that best describes radiation resulting after the x-ray beam exits the object

    Explanation
    Remnant radiation is the term used to describe the radiation that remains after the x-ray beam has passed through an object. This radiation is a result of the interaction between the x-ray beam and the object, causing some of the x-rays to be scattered or absorbed. It is important to consider remnant radiation when interpreting x-ray images, as it can affect the overall quality and clarity of the image.

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  • 34. 

    What word best describes the measurement of the recorded detail on a radiograph  

    Explanation
    Resolution is the best word to describe the measurement of the recorded detail on a radiograph. Resolution refers to the ability of an imaging system to accurately display fine details and distinguish between closely spaced objects. In the context of radiography, resolution is important for detecting and diagnosing abnormalities in the images. A higher resolution means that smaller details can be seen more clearly, leading to a more accurate interpretation of the radiograph.

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  • 35. 

    What term best describes radiation produced from x-ray photon interactions with matter in such a way that the resulting photons have continued in a different direction

    Explanation
    Scatter radiation is the term that best describes radiation produced from x-ray photon interactions with matter in such a way that the resulting photons have continued in a different direction. When x-ray photons interact with matter, they can be deflected or scattered in different directions instead of being absorbed. This scattered radiation can pose a risk to individuals, as it can contribute to increased radiation exposure and potential harm to surrounding tissues. Therefore, scatter radiation is an important consideration in radiology and radiation safety.

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  • 36. 

    What word best describes the true border of an object as imaged radiographically.  

    Explanation
    Umbra is the correct answer because it refers to the darkest part of a shadow or the area of complete darkness. In radiography, the true border of an object is represented by the darkest area, which corresponds to the object's outline. Therefore, umbra accurately describes the true border of an object as imaged radiographically.

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  • 37. 

    What term best describes the positive electrode of the x-ray tube  

    Explanation
    The term "anode" best describes the positive electrode of the x-ray tube. In an x-ray tube, the anode is the electrode that receives the electrons emitted by the cathode. It is typically made of a high atomic number material, such as tungsten, to withstand the high heat generated during x-ray production. The anode plays a crucial role in producing x-rays by converting the kinetic energy of the electrons into x-ray photons through a process called Bremsstrahlung radiation.

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  • 38. 

    What term best describes the negative electrode of the x-ray tube

    Explanation
    The term "cathode" best describes the negative electrode of the x-ray tube. In an x-ray tube, the cathode is responsible for producing the electrons that are accelerated towards the anode. It emits a stream of electrons through a process called thermionic emission when heated. These electrons are then focused and accelerated towards the anode, where they interact with the target material to produce x-rays. Therefore, the cathode is the correct term to describe the negative electrode in the x-ray tube.

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  • 39. 

    What term best describes the device used for dynamic radiographic examinations; usually consists of an x-ray tube situated underneath the x-ray table and an electronic image intensifier situated over the x-ray tube

    Explanation
    A fluoroscope is a device used for dynamic radiographic examinations. It typically consists of an x-ray tube positioned underneath the x-ray table and an electronic image intensifier located over the x-ray tube. The electronic image intensifier helps to amplify and convert the x-ray image into a visible image in real-time, allowing the radiologist or physician to observe the internal structures of the patient in motion. The fluoroscope is commonly used in procedures such as barium studies, angiography, and interventional radiology.

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  • 40. 

    What term best describes a device that produces x-rays

    Explanation
    An x-ray tube is a device that is specifically designed to produce x-rays. It consists of a cathode and an anode, which are enclosed in a vacuum-sealed glass or metal envelope. When a high voltage is applied across the cathode and anode, electrons are accelerated towards the anode, causing x-rays to be produced. The x-ray tube is commonly used in medical imaging for diagnostic purposes, as well as in industrial applications such as non-destructive testing.

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  • 41. 

    Mnemonic meaning to keep all radiation exposure as low as reasonably achievable

    Explanation
    ALARA stands for "As Low As Reasonably Achievable," which is a mnemonic used in the field of radiation safety. It refers to the principle of minimizing radiation exposure to the lowest possible level that is still practical and achievable. This principle is important in various industries and professions where radiation is present, such as healthcare, nuclear power, and industrial settings. By following the ALARA principle, individuals and organizations can reduce the risks associated with radiation exposure and protect both workers and the general public from potential harm.

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  • 42. 

    What term best describes the unit of radioactivity in the international systems of units, equal to one disintegration per seconds.  

    Explanation
    The term "Becquerel" best describes the unit of radioactivity in the international systems of units, equal to one disintegration per second. The symbol for the Becquerel is "Bq".

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  • 43. 

    What term best describes the interaction with matter in which a higher-energy photon strikes a loosely bound outer electron, removing it from its shell and the remaining energy is released as scattered photon

    Explanation
    The Compton Effect is the term that best describes the interaction with matter in which a higher-energy photon strikes a loosely bound outer electron, removing it from its shell and releasing the remaining energy as a scattered photon.

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  • 44. 

    What is the unit of the international system used to measure the amount of energy absorbed in a medium

    Explanation
    The correct answer is Gray, Rad, and Radiation Absorbed Dose. These are all units of measurement in the International System used to quantify the amount of energy absorbed in a medium. The Gray (Gy) is the SI unit for absorbed dose, measuring the amount of energy absorbed per unit mass. The Rad (radiation absorbed dose) is an older unit that is still commonly used, equal to 0.01 Gy. Therefore, both Gray and Rad are valid units for measuring absorbed dose in the international system.

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  • 45. 

    What is the unit of exposure in air; that quantity of x-radiation r gamma radiation that produces the quantity 2.08*10^9 ion pairs per cubic centimeter of air

    Explanation
    The unit of exposure in air is called the Roentgen. It is defined as the quantity of x-radiation or gamma radiation that produces 2.08*10^9 ion pairs per cubic centimeter of air. The Roentgen is commonly used to measure the amount of radiation that a person is exposed to.

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  • 46. 

    What is the term that best describes being able to negotiate two or more different cultures competently, individual and mainstream  

    Explanation
    Biculturalism is the term that best describes being able to negotiate two or more different cultures competently, individual and mainstream. Bicultural individuals have a deep understanding and appreciation for both their own culture and the dominant culture they are immersed in. They are able to navigate and adapt to different cultural norms, values, and practices, while maintaining a strong sense of their own cultural identity. Biculturalism promotes inclusivity, understanding, and effective communication between different cultural groups.

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  • 47. 

    What is the term that best describes the physical actions involved in the unequal treatment of people because they belong to a certain group category or race

    Explanation
    Discrimination is the term that best describes the physical actions involved in the unequal treatment of people based on their group category or race. Discrimination refers to the act of unjustly treating individuals differently based on their race, gender, religion, or other distinguishing characteristics. It involves actions such as prejudice, bias, and unfair treatment towards certain groups, leading to disadvantages and inequality. Discrimination can manifest in various forms, including systemic discrimination, institutional discrimination, and individual acts of bias and prejudice. It is a significant social issue that hinders equality and human rights.

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  • 48. 

    What is the term that best describes a legal document prepared by a living, competent adult to provide guidance to the health care team if the individual should become unable to make decisions regarding his or her medical care

    Explanation
    An advanced directive is a legal document that is prepared by a living, competent adult to provide guidance to the health care team in the event that the individual becomes unable to make decisions regarding their medical care. This document outlines the individual's preferences and wishes for their medical treatment and can include instructions on life-sustaining measures, organ donation, and other medical interventions. It is an important tool for ensuring that the individual's healthcare decisions are respected and followed, even if they are unable to communicate or make decisions for themselves.

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  • 49. 

    What it the term that best describes the exchange of information, thoughts or messages; includes interpersonal rapport; also includes the accurate conveyance of information, clear self expression, and transmitting information and ideas to others

    Explanation
    Communication is the term that best describes the exchange of information, thoughts, or messages. It involves building interpersonal rapport and accurately conveying information. It also includes clear self-expression and transmitting information and ideas to others. Communication is a vital skill that allows individuals to effectively connect, understand, and collaborate with one another.

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  • 50. 

    What is the term that best describes the study of the older adults

    Explanation
    Gerontology is the study of the aging process and the physical, mental, and social changes that occur in older adults. It involves understanding the biological, psychological, and sociological aspects of aging, as well as the impact of aging on individuals and society as a whole. Gerontology helps in developing strategies to promote healthy aging and improve the quality of life for older adults.

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