If you come up with a solution to a problem that exists in the radiology
department, such as queuing of patients, you should state your proposed
a. By taking full credit for the idea.
b. By making sure to identity who might have been to blame for the problem.
c. Without appearing to question the efficiency or intentions of other health care
d. Assertively and even aggressively, if need be, to ensure that your idea is
An x-ray technologist is NOT expected to perform radiographic exams:
Of the skull and head.
Of the extremities, spine, and abdomen.
Involving the use of fluoroscopic techniques.
Requiring rapid film changes for arteriography, and other special procedures.
Requiring the interpretation of films produced by the radiographer.
Which of the following is NOT a scope-of-practice limitation established by the
ARRT for x-ray technologists?
a. The x-ray technologist must perform his or her duties under the direction of
duly qualified physician.
b. The x-ray technologist will refrain from making oral or written diagnoses.
c. The x-ray technologist will refrain from working independently in a private
office or an institutional department.
d. The x-ray technologist will conduct radiographic examinations only if a
physician is present.
The designated duties established for each skill level are:
Strictly adhered to as mandated by US Army regulations.
General guidelines for the military radiographer.
For student radiographers only.
Not applicable to NCOs below E-7.
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