RGT 2542 Ch 23

  1. The type of joint that permits the sliding of one surface on another is called a ____ joint.




    A.
  2. The clear viscous fluid that serves as the joints' lubricant is:




    D.
  3. The site of needle insertion in knee arthrography is the:




    A.
  4. When non-ionic contrast agents are used in arthrography the concentration should be no greater than:




    A.
  5. Double-contrast arthrography of the knee demonstrates the:




    C.
  6. Which of the following is not an indication for arthrography?




    D.
  7. Normal wear and tear on the joint surface results in:




    B.
  8. The shoulder is an example of a ____ joint.




    B.
  9. Ligaments serve the purpose of:




    A.
  10. the most common reaction to the contrast agent used during arthrography is:




    A.
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RGT 2542 Ch 23
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Radiology Procedures Chapter 23
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