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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Dr. MGR University 2012 - 2015 Question Papers PAPER I CLINICAL RADIOLOGY POSITIONING

Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2012 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER I  CLINICAL RADIOLOGY  POSITIONING

[LB 0212] Sub. Code: 1811
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER I – CLINICAL RADIOLOGY – POSITIONING
Q.P. Code: 801811
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
I. Elaborate on: Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
 1. Describe in detail the technique of radiography of the elbow when
 a) Full range of motion is present
 b) When there is a fixed flexion deformity 7 20 min. 10
 2. Describe in detail PA & lateral chest radiographic imaging. 7 20 min. 10
 a) Explain how the exposure factors need to be modified in
 a 5year old boy and a 25 year old lady.
 b) Discuss the preferred special views for the following.
 - left small pneumothorax in an ambulant patient and in a
 very sick patient.
 - Suspected lesion in right lung apex masked by the clavicle.
 3. Describe the different techniques for obtaining abdominal
 radiographs. 7 20 min. 10
 - Discuss the preferred views in a patient with suspected intestinal
 obstruction, when patient is ambulant and also in very sick patient.
 - Discuss the techniques to demonstrate suspected
 pneumoperitoneum in the same patient groups as above.
II. Write Notes on:
 1. Pelvimetry. 4 10 min. 5
 2. Radiographic views in cases of suspected fracture of
 lower end of radius ulnar. 4 10 min. 5
 3. Radiographic imaging of right optic foramen. 4 10 min. 5
 4. Plain radiographic imaging of suspected parotid calculus. 4 10 min. 5
 5. Plain radiographs for suspected zygomatic arch fracture. 4 10 min. 5
 6. Plain radiographic demonstration of cervical
 intervertebral foramina. 4 10 min. 5
 7. Basic views for ankle joint. 4 10 min. 5
 8. Plain radiography in suspected torn ligament of patella. 4 10 min. 5
III. Short Answers on: Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
 1. Grid ratio. 2 4 min. 3
 2. Radiographic demonstration of left pars interarticularis
 in lower lumbar spine. 2 4 min. 3
 3. Anthosens view. 2 4 min. 3
 4. Self rectification circuit. 2 4 min. 3
 5. Plain radiographic evaluation in suspected left
 atrial enlargement. 2 4 min. 3
 6. Subtalar joint view. 2 4 min. 3
 7. Ball catchers view. 2 4 min. 3
 8. Plain radiographic demonstration of jugular foramen. 2 4 min. 3
 9. Right shoulder joint – transaxial view. 2 4 min. 3
10. Radiographic views for left clavicle. 2 4 min. 3
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Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2013 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER I  CLINICAL RADIOLOGY  POSITIONING

[LD 0212] Sub. Code: 1811
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER I – CLINICAL RADIOLOGY – POSITIONING
Q.P. Code: 801811
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (3 x 10 = 30)
 1. Describe in detail the technique of radiography of the skull, when -
 a) Patient has had trauma.
 b) When there is a fracture in the floor of the Orbit.
 2. Describe in detail AP and Lateral hip radiography imaging.
 a) In a case of Hip dysplasia.
 b) Fracture in the neck of femur.
 3. Describe the different techniques to demonstrate the knee joint radiographs.
 a) Loose body within the Knee joint.
 b) Torn medial meniscus.
 c) Osgood – Schlatter’s disease.
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
 1. Thoracic inlet.
 2. Radiographic views in case of suspected fracture of cervical spine.
 3. Radiographic imaging of Sulcus Tarsi.
 4. Plain radiographic imaging of suspected sub-mandibular calculus.
 5. Basic views of mandible.
 6. Plain radiographs for suspected nasal bone fracture.
 7. Plain radiographic demonstration of pars interarticularis in lower Lumbar spine.
 8. Plain radiographic demonstration of Jugular foramen.
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. Auto Transformer.
 2. Radiographic demonstration of calcaneal Spur.
 3. Strykers view.
 4. Filter.
 5. Carpal Tunnel view.
 6. Plain radiographic evaluation of suspected foreign body with children.
 7. Von Rosen view.
 8. Trans thoracic view.
 9. Radiographic views for Acromio – Clavicular joint.
10. Anthonson’s view.
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Dr. MGR University FEBRUARY 2014 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER I  CLINICAL RADIOLOGY  POSITIONING

[LE 0212] Sub. Code: 1811
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER I – CLINICAL RADIOLOGY – POSITIONING
Q.P. Code: 801811
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (3 x 10 = 30)
 1. Discuss about various views taken for Scoliosis, Kyposis and Kyposcoliosis patients –
 Vertebrae Radiography
 2. Briefly explain in detail about the various Radiographic Techniques and Views for
 Acute Abdomen.
 3. Explain the Radiographer involvement in Operation Theatre Radiography and narrate
 the techniques for the case of Hip Joint.
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
 1. Plain Radiography of Sternum.
 2. Explain Water’s View.
 3. Special view for Scaphoid.
 4. Brief Forensic Radiography.
 5. Tomography Principle.
 6. Different views for Calcanium.
 7. Explain Swimmer’s View.
 8. Apical Lordotic View.
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. Teleroentgenography.
 2. Submento Vertical View.
 3. Intra-oral Periapical Radiography.
 4. Autotomogram.
 5. Backer’s Tray.
 6. Zygomatic Arches Radiography.
 7. Grid Cassette.
 8. Expiratory View.
 9. Invertogram.
10. Judet View.
*******

Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2014 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER I  CLINICAL RADIOLOGY  POSITIONING

[LF 0212] Sub. Code: 1811
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER I – CLINICAL RADIOLOGY – POSITIONING
Q.P. Code: 801811
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (3 x 10 = 30)
 1. Discuss various views and techniques for radiographic imaging of the
 paranasal sinuses with diagrams.
 2. a) Techniques of radiographic imaging in paediatric age group in
 suspected cases of developmental dysplasia of hip.
 b) Enumerate the methods of reducing the radiation dose to the child
 when performing X ray of the hip.
 3. Radiographic imaging in spine injuries. Also add a note on the precautions
 to be followed during radiographic evaluation of such patients.
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
 1. Grid and its advantages.
 2. Mammographic techniques and positioning.
 3. Stryker’s view.
 4. Discuss various views of X Ray abdomen depending upon the indications for imaging.
 5. Basic views and techniques for imaging foot.
 6. Radiographic techniques in imaging of chest in trauma.
 7. Anthonsons view.
 8. Filters and their uses.
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. Transaxial view.
 2. Radiographic techniques in suspected fracture in neck of femur.
 3. Orthopantamography – Techniques and positioning.
 4. Breast specimen radiography techniques.
 5. Frog leg view.
 6. Radiographic techniques for suspected pneumothorax.
 7. Radiographic techniques for orbital imaging in trauma.
 8. Various views and techniques of imaging knee
 9. Xray KUB – techniques and positioning.
10. Techniques for imaging sternum.
*******

Dr. MGR University FEBRUARY 2015 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER I  CLINICAL RADIOLOGY  POSITIONING

[LG 0215] Sub. Code: 1811
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER I – CLINICAL RADIOLOGY – POSITIONING
Q.P. Code: 801811
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (3 x 10 = 30)
 1. Radiographic techniques and views in imaging knee in trauma.
 2. Flexion and extension views of the spine.
 Add a note on the view to demonstrate pars defect in spondylolysis.
 3. a) Radiographic techniques for imaging styloid process.
 b) Advantages of using cone / collimator.
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
 1. Uses of filters.
 2. Mammography techniques and positioning.
 3. Lardotic view.
 4. X ray imaging techniques in fracture neck of femur.
 5. Basic views for imaging wrist.
 6. Radiographic techniques for imaging mastoids.
 7. Hillsach’s view for shoulder.
 8. Radiographic evaluation of foreign body in child.
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. Radiographic techniques for imaging rib fractures.
 2. Sella view.
 3. Techniques of orthopantamography.
 4. Anthonsons view.
 5. Radiographic techniques for imaging soft tissue of the neck.
 6. Radiographic techniques in suspected pneumo peritoneum.
 7. Various views for mandible.
 8. Positioning in dislocation of the elbow.
 9. Pelvimetry.
10. Grid ratio.
*******

Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2015 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER I  CLINICAL RADIOLOGY  POSITIONING

[LH 0815] Sub. Code: 1811
B.Sc. RADIOLOGY IMAGING TECHNOLOGY /
RADIO DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY
SECOND YEAR
PAPER I – CLINICAL RADIOGRAPHY POSITIONING
Q.P. Code: 801811
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (3 x 10 = 30)
 1. Radiographic techniques & views associated with lumbar vertebra and sacroiliac joint.
 2. Explain and details about various radiographic techniques and views for facial bone.
 3. Explain the C arm usage in
 a) Ortho operation theatre.
 b) Urological theatre procedure.
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
 1. Imaging of dens.
 2. C arm technique position in trans sphenoidal resection of pituitary tumor.
 3. Various views of scapula.
 4. Radiographic procedure in developmental dysphlasi of HIP.
 5. How do you evaluate trapezium?
 6. Different projection for zygomatic arch – techniques – position.
 7. AP axial projection of acromio calvicular joint.
 8. Discuss about chest LAO, RAO position.
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. Centering of upper limb bones and joints.
 2. Swimmers techniques.
 3. Split cassettes.
 4. Views and techniques of subtalar joint.
 5. Patalla tangential view.
 6. Invertogram.
 7. Reverse waters view.
 8. Panomaric tomographic of mandible.
 9. Write about magnitude of tube shift in stereo radiography.
10. Types of equipment and indication in Dental radiography.
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