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1. Which of the following is a wrong statement for Computed Radiography systems:
(a) Europium is the activator element
(b) Image reading is performed using laser
(c) Photo stimulable phosphor is silver halide
(d) Cassettes are used.

2. Enteroclysis is an investigation of
(a) Esophagus
(b) Small Bowel
(c) Large bowel
(d) Hepato-biliary tree

3. TFT array in Flat panel detector DR systems is made of:
(a) Coarse Antimony
(b) Amorphous Silicon
(c) Powdered Bismuth
(d) Dry Manganese

4. CCD means:
(a) Charged Couple Detector
(b) Continuous Charged Detector
(c) Conventional charged Device
(d) Continuous Conventional Device

5. Which is the wrong statement for mammography
(a) Film screen mammography uses X-Ray
(b) CT mammography uses X-Ray
(c) Xeromammography uses X-Ray
(d) MR Mammography uses X-Ray

6. Grids used in Mammography is made up of
(a) Lead
(b) Iron
(c) Carbon
(d) Platinum

7. Digital Radiography (DR) systems are of the following types
(a) Slot Scanning type
(b) Flat panel detector type
(c) Photon counting type
(d) All of these

8. In Mammography compression is required due to
(a) Immobilise the breasts
(b) Decrease scatter radiation
(c) For homogenous Image density
(d) All of these

9. HSG is an investigation of
(a) Urinary Bladder
(b) Fallopian Tube
(c) Ureters
(d) Urethra

10. Digital Tomosynthesis is used for
(a) Breast Imaging
(b) Inner ear imaging
(c) Angiography
(d) All of these

11. For screening of Breasts in young women below the age of 30 years the preferred investigation is
(a) Sonomammography
(b) Two view film screen mammography
(c) Ductography
(d) CT mammography

12. BIRADS is a system used for reporting
(a) Mammogram
(b) Ductogram
(c) Urethrogram
(d) Sinogram

13. Full form of LASER
(a) Light after stimulating electron radiation
(b) Light analysis by stimulating electron red
(c) Light amplification by simulated emission of radiation
(d) None of these

14. Breast tissue is composed mainly of
(a) Muscle
(b) Adipose
(c) Fibrous
(d) Calcified

15. The most common view used in Mammography for cancer screening is
(a) Medial Lateral Oblique ( MLO)
(b) Cranio caudal (CC)
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

16. Which of the following is a negative contrast agent
(a) Barium
(b) Water
(c) Iodine
(d) Gadolinium

17. The largest salivary gland is
(a) Sub-Mandibular gland
(b) Sub – Lingual gland
(c) Parotid gland
(d) Pituitary gland

18. Non-ionic dimmers have a iodine to particle ratio of
(a) 3:1
(b) 3:2
(c) 5:2
(d) 6:1

19. Telepaque is a contrast agent used for which procedure:
(a) Oral cholecystography
(b) Nephrotomography
(c) Micturating Cystography
(d) Antegrade Pyelogram

20. Endoscopic Retrograge Cholangio Pancreatography (ERCP) is done to assess
(a) Biliary tract
(b) Alimentary tract
(c) Gall Bladder
(d) Liver

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21. Brightness gain as a result of reduction of image size in IITV is called
(a) Flux gain
(b) Minification gain
(c) Output gain
(d) Amplification gain

22. The lacrimal gland is located in the
(a) Ovary
(b) Paranasal sinus
(c) Eye
(d) Medulla

23. In modern Image Intensifiers the input fluorescent screen is made of
(a) Zinc sulphate
(b) Barium Sulphate
(c) Copper Bromide
(d) Cesium Iodide

24. In wide angle tomography the tomographic arc is usually
(a) 5-10 degrees
(b) 10-50 degrees
(c) 200-220 degrees
(d) 0-5 degrees

25. In Myelography the intra-thecal contrast injection is injected into which space:
(a) Extra-dural
(b) Intra-medullary
(c) Sub-dural
(d) Sub-arachnoid

26. Circle of WILLIS is located in the
(a) Abdominal wall
(b) Hindbrain
(c) Lumbar spine
(d) Pelvis

27. Phlebography is a contrast study of
(a) Arteries
(b) Veins
(c) Joints
(d) Lymphatics

28. IVU is an investigation of the
(a) Ureters
(b) Uterus
(c) Pancreas
(d) All of these

29. The Nobel prize for medicine in 1979 for discovery of CT Scan was won by
(a) Godfrey Hounsefield
(b) Alan Cormack
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

30. In CAT Scan – the A stands for
(a) American
(b) Axial
(c) Atlas
(d) Alternative

31. In the fourth generation type of CT scanners
(a) Tube and Detector do not rotate
(b) Both Tube and detector rotate
(c) Only the tube rotates
(d) Only detector rotates

32. Which of the following is not a part of the gantry in CT Scan machines
(a) Tube
(b) Patient couch
(c) Workstation
(d) Detector array

33. In third generation CT Scanners the fan beam angle is about
(a) 5 degrees
(b) 50 degrees
(c) 80 degrees
(d) 120 degrees

34. For performing CT of the abdomen we need to take tomogram in which position
(a) Axial and Lateral
(b) Coronal and Axial
(c) Lateral and Oblique
(d) Oblique and coronal

35. Slip ring technology is used in
(a) Conventional CT scanners
(b) Axial third generation CT scanners
(c) Spiral CT scanners
(d) None of these

36. The ventricles in the brain contain
(a) CSF
(b) Smooth muscles
(c) Bone
(d) Grey matter

37. Patient couch in CT scanners is made up of
(a) Lead coated iron
(b) Copper sheets
(c) Carbon fiber
(d) Amalgamated steel

38. What is the type of collimation used in CT scan
(a) Pre-patient collimation
(b) Post patient collimation
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

39. Mathematical method of image reconstruction used in CT is
(a) Simple Back Projection
(b) Filtered Back Projection
(c) Fourier Reconstruction
(d) All of these

40. Windowing is a method used for
(a) Image acquisition
(b) Image display
(c) Image reconstruction
(d) None of these

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41. The most common type of post processing protocol used for CT Angiography is
(a) Maximum Intensity Projection
(b) Shaded Surface Display
(c) Minimum Intensity Projection
(d) Axial Surface Display

42. In CT Brain – hemorrhage or collection between the pia and arachnoid membrane will be
(a) Extra-Dural collection
(b) Sub-Dural collection
(c) Sub-Arachnoid collection
(d) Intra-parenchymal collection

43. To perform CT of the ankle joint the patient position will be
(a) Head First Supine (HFS)
(b) Head First Prone (HFP)
(c) Feet First Supine (FFS)
(d) Feet First Prone (FFP)

44. The following type of contrast is used in MRI studies
(a) Iodinated contrast agents
(b) Gadolinium contrast agents
(c) Barium contrast agents
(d) All of these

45. In T2 weighted images in MRI CSF appears
(a) Black
(b) Grey
(c) White
(d) No signal

46. RF shielding in MRI magnet room is done using
(a) Bismuth
(b) Manganese
(c) Copper
(d) Lead

47. Full form of FLAIR sequence used in MRI studies is
(a) Fluid Level Array Inversion Recovery
(b) Fine Level Attenuation Inversion Reaction
(c) Fluid Level Array Inversion Reaction
(d) Fluid Attenuation Inversion Recovery

48. Field strength of MRI magnets is measured using which unit
(a) Roentgen
(b) Nikol
(c) Sievert
(d) Tesla

49. The most common sequence used for performing MR angiography is:
(a) Time of Flight
(b) Inversion recovery
(c) Phase encoded
(d) Proton density

50. In superconductor MRI equipments, the required critical temperature in cryostat is maintained by Using
(a) Titanium
(b) Helium
(c) Sulfur
(d) Carbon dioxide

51. For personal protection in MRI room technologist should use
(a) Iron
(b) Lead
(c) Aluminium
(d) None of these

52. Trans rectal coils in MRI are used for examination of
(a) Vagina
(b) Uterus
(c) Prostate
(d) Kidneys

53. Preferred position of patient in performing MRI of Breast is
(a) Prone
(b) Lateral
(c) Supine
(d) Oblique

54. Which of the following is not a contraindication for undergoing MRI examinationn
(a) Patient with pacemaker
(b) Patient with joint prosthesis
(c) Pregnant patient
(d) All of these

55. In MR Enteroclysis the contrast material used is
(a) Barium
(b) Water
(c) Methylcellulose
(d) Iodine

56. Magnetic field inhomogenicities are eliminated by a process called
(a) Shimming
(b) Flushing
(c) Fractionating
(d) Extracting

57. Full form of PET is
(a) Positron Emission Tomography
(b) Positive Excitation Tomography
(c) Positive Emission Test
(d) Positron Emission Test

58. MRU is an investigation of
(a) Heart
(b) Kidneys
(c) Liver
(d) Lungs

59. The crystals used in Ultrasound probes are called
(a) Piezo electrical crystals
(b) Pie mechanical crystals
(c) Pie square crystals
(d) Piezo ceramic crystals

60. Exhocardiography is examination of
(a) Heart
(b) Lungs
(c) Liver
(d) All of these

61. Which of the following is not a type of biopsy
(a) Core
(b) Extraction
(c) Aspiration
(d) Vacuum

62. DSA stands for
(a) Digital Synchronised Anatomy
(b) Digital Substraction Anatomy
(c) Digital Substraction Angiography
(d) Digital Synchronsed Angiography

63. Gelfoam is a material commonly used for
(a) Embolisation
(b) Aspiration
(c) Drainage
(d) Coiling

64. Vertebroplasty is a procedure done for
(a) Spine
(b) Brain
(c) Heart
(d) Artery

65. Unit to measure Catheter diameter is
(a) Meter
(b) Angstrong
(c) French
(d) Sievert

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