Normal Radiographs – Telegram Quiz Dr. Amit
On this Chest X-ray PA view, what structure is labelled as E?
- Descending aorta
- Aortic knuckle
- Left hilum
- Left atrium
Ans – B. Aortic knuckle
A-Left Main Bronchus. B-Right 1st Rib. C-Left Costophrenic Angle. D-Right posterior 5th Rib. E-Aortic Knuckle.
On this abdominal X-ray, what structure is labelled as B?
A. Rectus abdominis muscle
B. Right psoas muscle
C. Left psoas muscle
D. Right ureter
Ans – B. Right psoas muscle
A-Left 12th rib. B-Right Psoas muscle. C-Gas in Bowel. D-Spinous Process of L5 vertebra.
In this X-ray Pelvis, what structure is labelled as D?
A. Greater sciatic foramen
B. Lesser sciatic foramen
C. Pudendal canal
D. Obturator foramen
Ans – D. Obturator foramen
A-Right Transverse Process of L5. B-Lesser Trochanter of left femur. C-Right Inferior Pubic Ramus. D-Right Obturator foramen. E-Right Ischial Tuberosity
Given is a Hysterosalpingography image. What is the contrast labelled as A?
A. Dilated right fallopian tube
B. Free intraperitoneal contrast spill
D. Venous contrast injection
Ans – B. Free intraperitoneal contrast spill
A-Free Intraperitoneal Contrast Spill. B-Right Fallopian Tube. C-Pubic Symphysis. D-Uterus. E-Left Head of Femur.
In the labelled wrist X-ray, fracture of which of these bones is most commonly associated with avascular necrosis?
Ans – D. D
A-Hamate Bone. B-Proximal Phalanx of Index Finger. C-1st Carpometacarpal Joint. D-Scaphoid Bone (AVN is a complication of scaphoid fracture). E-Ulnar styloid.
Identify the shown image.
A. Skull X-ray
C. Water’s view
D. Caldwell view
Ans – B. Orthopantomogram
Ref: Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy, 5th Edition, Pg. no. – 1618
The orthopantomogram is a panoramic single image radiograph of the mandible, maxilla and teeth. It is often encountered in dental practice providing a convenient, inexpensive and rapid way to evaluate the gross anatomy of the jaws and related pathology.
On this shoulder X-ray, supraspinatus tendon has its insertion at which of the labelled structures?
Ans – D. D
A-Coracoid Process. B-Posterior Aspect of Right 1st Rib. C-Medial Border of Scapula. D-Greater Tuberosity of Humerus. E- Right Glenoid.
Which of these labelled structures on knee X-ray shows characteristic abnormality in a case of Osgood-Schlatter disease on a radiograph?
A. A & B
Ans – D. E
A-Femur. B-Patella. C-Fabella D-Suprapatellar Fat Pad. E-Tibial tuberosity
Osgood-Schlatter disease causes pain at insertion site of patellar tendon on tibial tuberosity; worsening with activity. On X-ray there is fragmentation of tibial tuberosity.
Which cardiac chamber forms the border labelled as C on this chest X-ray?
A. Right atrium
B. Right ventricle
C. Left ventricle
D. Left atrium
Ans – A. Right atrium
A-Carina. B-Right hilar angle. C-Right atrium / Right heart border. D-Descending aorta. E-Gastric bubble
Which is the best X-ray view to look for pathologies of maxillary sinus?
A. Water’s view
B. Caldwell view
C. Rhese view
D. Towne’s view
Ans – A. Water’s view
Water’s view is the best PNS X-ray view for maxillary sinus. Caldwell view is best for frontal sinus.