Lange Q&A: Mammography Examination, Second Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 31, 2008 - Medical - 192 pages
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Lange Q&A: Mammography Examination is a comprehensive study guide for the ARRT’s Mammography Examination. The book summarizes the mammography curriculum in a clear and concise format and includes review Q&A plus two complete practice exams. With this book, radiographic technicians get the practice they need to pass the registry examination with flying colors.

 

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Contents

1 Patient Education and Assessment
1
2 Instrumentation and Quality Assurance
19
3 Anatomy Physiology and Pathology of the Breast
47
4 Mammographic Technique and Image Evaluation
65
5 Positioning and Interventional Procedures
79
6 Practice Test 1
103
7 Practice Test 2
135
Index
167
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Page 23 - ... (i) a facility that performs any mammogram maintain the mammogram in the permanent medical records of the patient — (I) for a period of not less than 5 years, or not less than 10 years if no additional mammograms of such patient are performed at the facility, or longer if mandated by State law...
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Page 151 - ... shall not exceed 3.0 milligray (mGy) (0.3 rad) per exposure. The dose shall be determined with technique factors and conditions used clinically for a standard breast. (vii) X-ray field/light field/image receptor/compression paddle alignment. (A) All systems shall have beam-limiting devices that allow the entire chest wall edge of the x-ray field to extend to the chest wall edge of the image receptor and provide means to assure that the xray field does not extend beyond any edge of the image receptor...
Page 136 - ... standard breast. (vii) X-ray field/light field/image receptor/compression paddle alignment. (A) All systems shall have beam-limiting devices that allow the entire chest wall edge of the x-ray field to extend to the chest wall edge of the image receptor and provide means to assure that the xray field does not extend beyond any edge of the image receptor by more than 2 percent of the SID. (B) If a lig-ht field that passes through the X-ray beam limitation device is provided, it shall be aligned...
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About the author (2008)

Olive Peart is a Clinical Instructor in the Radiography Program at The Stamford Hospital (Stamford, CT). She has taught radiography students for 7 years.

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