Thursday, 7 January 2016

Frequently Asked Oral Radiology Interview Questions and Answers

16. Question for Dental Hygenist?
A: Dental hygiene is a great second career. I went to hygiene school when I was twenty eight. I have found that having more life experience has helped me a lot when it comes to hygiene. I love my job and would not trade it for anything. Pros: Great working hours Great money Being able to help people understand and take care of their teeth. esp making them understand that oral health care isan indication of their whole body health. Good benefits, sick leave, paid holidays, some medical, free dentistry minus the lab fee. The ability to make the difference in someone's life, esp older patients who look forward to their cleanings because they don't have anyone

17. Liver CT - RCC
A: Regarding the type of contrasts you were given, barium is an oral contrast.  you might or might not have the oral contrast for the other studies as oral contrasts are not needed to evaluate the liver. IV iodine contrast is the essential contrast to study the liver. If possible, i would have the images of the 2 middle studies forward to the hospital or have this hospital send you the 2 scans that they did.  To be able to compare all 4 studies would be very helpful in determining what"s going on.   Renal cell cancer are many times not picked up on PET scan due their metabolic state not picking up

18. Large Cell NHL
A: she has an acute reaction to the treatment which is seen sometimes with some patients very sensible to drugs. She should first be protected by antibiotics and a neutrophil boost beside may be erythropoeitin to increase the red cells level. PACEBOM Regimen: Multi-drug chemotherapy with prednisolone, adriamycin, cyclophosphamide and etoposide (PACE) alternating every 7 days with bleomycin, vincristine and methotrexate (BOM). Six cycles of PACE and five of BOM to be given I am giving you some info for you to understand first then answer your direct question: Large Cell Lymphomas (LCL) are one of the most common types of lymphoma, comprising about 20% of non-Hodgkin"s lymphomas

19. can you interpret my MRI in simple english please.
A: Dear Shaz, Having a leg length inequality is actually a fairly common finding in patients, however, most doctors never actually look for the relationship of a short leg to spinal or pelvic dysfunction.  I am actually impressed that your Osteopath has analyzed the relationship and given you a heel lift to correct the structural differences. In regards to your previous question about the MRI, leg length inequality can lead to accelerated degeneration in the lumbar spine and sacroiliac joints of the pelvis due to long term altered weight bearing on the joints.  So this can easily be a causative factor in the degeneration found, however, it is probably not the sole factor.

20. HIDA Scan Results
A: If you have several symptoms and that the gallbladder is found to be the cause it will be removed what matter the results of a statistical testing but so far the symptoms that you are giving are not much related to gallbladder but I can be mistaken without a physical exam it is hard to assess.this technique is used in acute cholecystitis and congenital biliary atresia and you do not present neither of both symptoms There are various patterns of radioactivity that can be seen following the injection of the radioactive chemical, and each has a different meaning. If the test chemical

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