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Thursday, February 4, 2016

2012 - 2015 Question Papers PAPER III CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES Dr. MGR University

Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2012 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER III - CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES

[LB 0212] Sub. Code: 1813
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER III - CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES
Q.P. Code: 801813
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
I. Elaborate on: Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
 1. Intravenous urogram under the following headings: 7 20 min. 10
 a) Indications, contraindications.
 b) Preparation of patient.
 c) Contrast medium.
 d) Radiographic views taken.
 e) Complications.
 2. Barium meal follow through in adults under the
 following headings: 7 20 min. 10
 a) Methods.
 b) Indications and contraindications.
 c) Patient preparation.
 d) Contrast.
 e) Radiographic technique.
 What is the modification of technique and main indications
 for upper GI imaging in children?
 3. Lumbar myelography under the following headings: 7 20 min. 10
 a) Preparation of patient
 b) Clinical indications and contrast used
 c) Procedure including recommended views
 d) Trolley setting
 e) After care of patient
 Describe CT myelography.
II. Write Notes on: Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
 1. T tube cholangiogram. 4 10 min. 5
 2. Barium swallow-Indications, contrast, technique. 4 10 min. 5
 3. Small bowel enema – Indications, contrast, technique. 4 10 min. 5
 4. Describe 5 high risk factors for and 5 adverse effects
 of ionic contrast media. 4 10 min. 5
 5. Indication, contrast and views for Parotid sialography. 4 10 min. 5
 6. Lower limb arteriogram. 4 10 min. 5
 7. Loopogram. 4 10 min. 5
 8. Contrast enema in neonate – indication, patient preparation,
 contrast, technique. 4 10 min. 5
III. Short Answers on:
 1. Indications for low osmolar contrast medium. 2 4 min. 3
 2. Indications, contraindications for percutaneous nephrostomy. 2 4 min. 3
 3. Indications for single contrast barium enema. 2 4 min. 3
 4. Cystography. 2 4 min. 3
 5. Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography –Indications
 and contraindications. 2 4 min. 3
 6. Contrast medium, precautions and after care in myelogrpahy. 2 4 min. 3
 7. Contraindications for barium enema. 2 4 min. 3
 8. Ten day rule. 2 4 min. 3
 9. Ascending urethrography in male– Indications and technique. 2 4 min. 3
10. Prophylaxis for adverse contrast reaction. 2 4 min. 3
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Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2013 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER III - CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES

[LD 0212] Sub. Code: 1813
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER III - CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES
Q.P. Code: 801813
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (3 x 10 = 30)
 1. Describe the preparation , procedure and contraindications of intravenous pyelogram?
 2. Discuss the function of image intensifier with help of a diagram.
 What are the methods of minimising radiation exposure during fluoroscopy?
 3. Describe the preparation, procedure, radiographic views and uses of double
 contrast barium enema.
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
 1. Percutaneous nephrostomy.
 2. Describe the procedure of fistulogram.
 3. Parotid sialogram.
 4. Types of barium preparations and their use.
 5. Describe the procedure and radiographic views for myelography.
 6. Gastrograffin swallow.
 7. Cystogram technique and radiographic views.
 8. Duties of a technologist during a contrast reaction.
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. Negative contrast media and their uses.
 2. Principle of tomography.
 3. Advantages of non ionic over ionic contrast media.
 4. Dacryocystography.
 5. Indications of digital substraction angiography.
 6. 10 day rule.
 7. Name the structures studied in upper gastrointestinal series and what are its
 indications?
 8. What are the emergency instruments and drugs needed before starting a contrast
 procedure?
 9. Patient preparation in hysterosalpingography.
10. Lead gloves and apron.
*******

Dr. MGR University FEBRUARY 2014 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER III - CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES

[LE 0212] Sub. Code: 1813
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER III - CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES
Q.P. Code: 801813
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (3 x 10 = 30)
 1. Barium Enema
 a) Types.
 b) Procedure.
 c) Contrast & apparatus used.
 d) Common views taken.
 e) Contraindications.
 2. Iodinated contrast reagents
 a) Classification with examples.
 b) Routes of administration.
 c) relevant precautions & contra-indications.
 d) adverse reactions
 e) how to handle adverse reactions
 3. Ascending urethrogram
 a) Procedure.
 b) Contrast used.
 c) Patient positioning.
 d) Radiographic technique.
 e) Contraindications.
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
 1. Tomography, give one example for its usage.
 Give advantages and disadvantages
 2. Hysterosalphingogram
 Procedure, indications, when do you give appointment for the study related to menstrual cycle.
 3. Intravenous urogram
 Preparation, Contrast used, Complications.
 4. Micturating cystourethrogram
 Procedure, Contrast used, radiographic technique.
 5. What is image intensifier
 Examples of its usage with advantages & disadvantages.
 6. T Tube cholangiogram
 Procedure, contrast used, positioning & radiographic technique.
 7. Barium meal follow through
 Procedure, Techniques to image Ileocaecal junction
 8. Mention common views taken for each of the following
 Oesophagogastric junction, duodenum, rectum, hepatic and splenic flexures
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. Use of bilbao dotter tube.
 2. What is Cystogram?
 3. What is Sinogram?
 4. Use of Higginson’s pump.
 5. Sialogogue, where is it used.
 6. Contrast used in Myelogram.
 7. Types of barium preparations.
 8. Ten day rule.
 9. Examples of Double contrast study.
10. Defecogram.
*******

Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2014 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER III - CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES

[LF 0212] Sub. Code: 1813
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER III - CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES
Q.P. Code: 801813
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (3 x 10 = 30)
 1. Explain the types and physiology of the I V contrast media in our body.
 2. Write the techniques of Barium Swallow single and double contrast.
 3. What is HSG? How is it performed? What are the indications?
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
 1. What are the indications and contra-indications of Barium Meal studies?
 2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of Enteroclysis?
 3. Write notes on MCV.
 4. How are contrast media classified?
 5. What are the uses of Fluroscopy?
 6. What are advantages of double contrast study?
 7. Write notes on patient preparation for Barium Meal studies.
 8. What are the complications of Barium Enema?
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. What are the properties of an ideal barium preparation?
 2. Write short notes on Image Intensifier.
 3. What are the contra-indications of IVU?
 4. Write short notes on Barium Enema.
 5. What is Sialography?
 6. What are the indications of retrograde Pyelography?
 7. What are the types of contrast reaction?
 8. What are the advantages of Barium Meal follow-through?
 9. What contrast media is used in IVU?
10. What is Enteroclysis?
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Dr. MGR University FEBRUARY 2015 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER III - CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES

[LG 0215] Sub. Code: 1813
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER III - CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES
Q.P. Code: 801813
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (3 x 10 = 30)
 1. What is the technique of single and double contrast Barium Enema study?
 2. What is the technique of single and double contrast of Enteroclysis study?
 3. How is MCV performed? Write indications and contra indications.
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
 1. Why iodine is performed component of contrast media?
 2. Describe construction of image intensifier
 3. Write notes about patient preparation for Barium Meal series.
 4. How is the dilution of barium expressed? Give examples
 5. What is filming technique of IVU?
 6. What are the complications of HSG?
 7. Write notes in vasography.
 8. What are the complications of hypotonic duodenography?
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. Write short notes on Advantages of Barium sulphate preparation.
 2. What is Fluoroscopy?
 3. What are advantages of image intensifier?
 4. What are the contra indications of Barium swallow?
 5. What are the advantages of non ionic IV contrast?
 6. What is Sialography?
 7. Write short notes on IVU.
 8. Write short notes on Retrograde Pyelography.
 9. Write short notes on HSG.
10. Write short notes on fistulography.
*******

Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2015 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER III - CONTRAST AND SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES

[LH 0815] Sub. Code: 1813
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER III – CONTRAST & SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHY PROCEDURES
Q.P. Code: 801813
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (3 x 10 = 30)
 1. Discuss the construction of image intensifier and techniques to reduce the
 radiation dose in fluoroscopy.
 2. Name the various available barium studies for evaluation of gastrointenstinal tract and
 discuss in detail about the double contrast barium meal study.
 3. Classification of iodinated contrast agents and discuss about adverse effects of
 water soluble intravenous contrasts.
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
 1. Contrast agents used in MRI.
 2. Write short notes on barium swallow.
 3. Evacuation proctography.
 4. Endoscopic retrograde cholangio pancreatography.
 5. Indications and contra-indications of ascending urethrogram.
 6. Lumbar myelography.
 7. Enteroclysis.
 8. Duties of technologist during contrast reaction.
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. Atomic number of iodine and barium.
 2. ALARA.
 3. Loopogram.
 4. Dacryocystography.
 5. Difference between single and double contrast barium study.
 6. Safe period for HSG.
 7. Contrast-induced nephropathy.
 8. T-tube cholangiogram.
 9. Retrograde ileogram.
10. Nephrogenic system fibrosis.
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