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X-ray which looks at the kidney, ureter, and bladder What structures do computed tomographic (CT) scans visualize best? CT scans visualize bone best and can identify acute bleeds. What structures does a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) visualize best? Soft tissue Name the radiographic study you would use to evaluate each of the following. Biliary tract Right upper quadrant ultrasound Differentiate between loculated and unloculated pleural effusion Lateral decubitus film—fluid that is loculated will not layer out Carotid artery stenosis Carotid ultrasound Kidney stones KUB Stroke MRI of the brain Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear of the knee MRI of the knee Name what each of the following radiographic findings is most commonly indicative of: Flattened diaphragms Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) Blunted costophrenic angles Pleural effusion Air outside pleural lines Pneumothorax Consolidation of lung parenchyma Pneumonia Dilated loops of small bowel Small bowel obstruction Air fluid levels Small bowel obstruction Figure 1-1Parts of the EKG.
Hilum and main bronchus 4. Superior vena cava 5. Trachea (midline) 6. Aortic arch 7. Left atrium 8. com ) OTHER RADIOLOGIC STUDIES What is a kidneys, ureter, and bladder (KUB)? X-ray which looks at the kidney, ureter, and bladder What structures do computed tomographic (CT) scans visualize best? CT scans visualize bone best and can identify acute bleeds. What structures does a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) visualize best? Soft tissue Name the radiographic study you would use to evaluate each of the following.
12,then either a left bundle branch block (LBBB), right bundle branch block (RBBB),or a nonspecific conduction delay. Step 5:Check for hypertrophy. Atrial hypertrophy Right atrium:tall P waves in II, III, and aVF or V1or V2 Left atrium:notched P waves in limb leads Ventricular hypertrophy Left ventricular hypertrophy:height of S (mm) in V1+ height of R (mm) in V5> 35 mm Right ventricular hypertrophy:height of R (mm)/height of S (mm) in V1> 1 Step 6:Look for ischemic changes: ST elevation or depression.