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A CT scan combines a series of X-Ray imagery of a patient’s body and is used to provide medical information that is different from other imaging exams. Some people have the misconception that CT tests are dangerous due to...

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    The muscles of mastication include all of the following EXCEPT the:

​​​​​​​The CT registry review test is intended for technologists who need an effective way to prepare and pass the CT certification exam. Computed tomography (CT)  is an imaging procedure that uses special...

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    What is an advantage of scans of the pituitary taken in the coronal plane?

The CT Registry Review Program is about a detailed discussion of every concept highlighted in the CT certification exam's content specifications. It is designed to help technologists prepare effectively for the CT exam and...

Questions: 54  |  Attempts: 10648   |  Last updated: Mar 8, 2021
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    The loss of anatomic information between contiguous sections due to inconsistent patient breathing is called:

The Computed Tomography (CT) quiz has been developed to test your knowledge of different techniques and procedures used in the CT Scan. This exam is conducted by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (AART). Take this...

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    The 'filter' in filtered back-projection refers to:

Anatomy quizzes to get ready for the registry.

Questions: 78  |  Attempts: 6193   |  Last updated: Jan 3, 2013
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    Clinical indications for musculoskeletal CT include all of the following EXCEPT:
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What is an advantage of scans of the pituitary taken in the coronal plane?
Single-channel axial and helical CT of the pituitary gland is best performed in the direct coronal plane by maximally extending the patient's neck while the patient is either supine or prone. This method allows for the demonstration of pituitary abno
Why does CT scanning expose the patient to less radiation than a plain x-ray film?
But even with the more collimation a chest x-ray is 2 imges and a ct chest is easily more. Ct exposes the patient to more radiation just based on how it functions, combined with the scout images. so a CT chest would have two scouts which are the clo
What does the term viscosity refer to?
Vis·cos·i·ty ˌviˈskäsədē/ noun the state of being thick, sticky, and semifluid in consistency, due to internal friction. synonyms:thickness,gooeyness,viscidity;More a quantity expressing the magnitude of
How can the intensity of the CT x-ray beam be increased?
Decreasing collimation. In X-ray beams, collimation is importing for image quality and patient dose during fluoroscopy and radiation projections. This process makes light rays parallel and adjusts the optical axes concerning one another. When the vol
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