EXERCISES, LESSON 4, SECTION I
MULTIPLE CHOICE. For exercises 1 through 7, select the ONE word or phrase that
BEST completes the statement or BEST answers the question.
Radiographic demonstration of pathology is the heart of your job. But, a good
clear X-ray that accurately visualizes the anatomical part of clinical interest is
useless to the radiologist (and to the patient) without:
a. Accurate film identification.
b. Computed tomography.
A thorough check of vital signs.
d. Patient consent.
If the patient arrives in the radiology department without a properly filled out X-ray
request slip, you should:
a. Do the best you can without it.
b. Obtain a patient waiver before proceeding with the exposures.
Send the patient back to the requesting physician.
d. Proceed with the exposures, anyway.
The SF 519-B is the catalyst for your actions in the radiology department because
a. Indicates the patient's consent to treatment.
b. Provides information about the exam required, the patient's condition, and his
Provides the technique factors.
d. Contains the patient's record of service.