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Diagnostic Radiology Exam Overview
How many hours is the Diagnostic Radiology Exam ?
The Diagnostic Radiology Exam is 18 hours.
How many questions is the Diagnostic Radiology Exam ?
The Diagnostic Radiology Exam is 650 questions.
What topics are covered on the Diagnostic Radiology Exam ?
Topics include: Clinical practice areas are selected by the individual, based on training, experience, and practice emphasis . The clinical practice areas are general radiology, breast, cardiac, gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal, neuroradiology, nuclear, pediatric, thoracic, ultrasound, genitourinary, and vascular and interventional radiology. Each of the clinical practice areas also includes some items relevant to pediatric radiology and physics.
Diagnostic Radiology Exam MCQs (285)
Our question bank for the Diagnostic Radiology Exam covers four Cognitive Difficulty Levels:
- Allergy and Immunology - 8 questions
- Cardiovascular - 80 questions
- Connective Tissue - 6 questions
- Ears Nose and Throat - 6 questions
- Endocrine and Metabolic - 4 questions
- Gastrointestinal - 33 questions
- Genetics - 3 questions
- Genitourinary - 3 questions
- Growth and Development - 15 questions
- Gynecologic - 4 questions
- Hematologic - 12 questions
- Infectious - 30 questions
- Integument - 2 questions
- Musculoskeletal - 28 questions
- Nervous - 12 questions
- Nutrition - 1 questions
- Obstetric - 3 questions
- Oncologic - 64 questions
- Pulmonary - 230 questions
- Renal - 6 questions
- Surgery - 31 questions
- Toxicology - 3 questions
- Trauma - 43 questions
- Manage Care and Comply Regulations - 4 questions
- Health Promotion & Maintenance (Prevent Problems) - 5 questions
- Pharm/Parenteral Therapy (Drugs/Vital Signs) - 2 questions
- Reduction Risk (Post Procedure) - 2 questions
- Physiological Adaptation (Care Ill Patients) - 86 questions
- Process (Analysis, Assess, Eval, Implement, Plan) - 92 questions
- Causes - 114 questions
- Classification - 36 questions
- Differential - 145 questions
- Epidemiology - 7 questions
- Evaluation Diagnostic Tests - 64 questions
- Evaluation Lab - 46 questions
- Evaluation Monitoring - 9 questions
- Evaluation Nuclear Medicine - 5 questions
- Evaluation Procedures - 69 questions
- Evaluation Radiologic - 283 questions
- Health Maint Prevention Public Health - 6 questions
- History Physical - 290 questions
- Pathophysiology - 117 questions
- Patient Education - 2 questions
- Prognosis Complications - 132 questions
- Toxicology - 2 questions
- Treatment Medical - 24 questions
- Treatment Radiation - 1 questions
- Treatment Surgical - 29 questions
- Clinical Education - 10 questions
- Pharmaceutics (Safely dosing medications) - 1 questions
Diagnostic Radiology Exam Articles (205)
Thoracic ultrasound has rapidly gained popularity over the past 10 years, mainly due to its wide availability in emergency and trauma settings, as ...
The mediastinum is a large compartment in the thoracic chest that contains vital structures such as the heart and its major blood vessels, as well ...
Endotracheal intubation is an essential skill performed by multiple medical specialists to secure a patient’s airway as well as provide oxyge ...
Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a lung disorder where there is scarring of the lungs from an unknown cause. It is usually a progressive dise ...
Silicosis is occupational pneumoconiosis caused by inhalation of crystalline silicon dioxide. This disease is one of several well-de ...
Bronchiolitis obliterans is also known as obliterative bronchiolitis or constrictive bronchiolitis. When it occurs after lung transplantation or he ...
Dyspnea, also known as shortness of breath, is a patient's perceived difficulty to breathe. Sensations and intensity can vary and are sub ...
Bronchogenic cysts are foregut-derived cystic malformations of the respiratory tract. They a ...
Esophageal perforation poses a significant interprofessional challenge to the entire therapeutic team. It can occur in three different an ...
Image quality can be defined as the attribute of the image that influences the clinician's certainty to perceive the appropriate diagnostic feature ...
The ribs are the bony framework of the thoracic cavity. Generally, there are twelve pairs of ribs. Each rib articulates posteriorly with two thorac ...
The purpose of the lung is to provide oxygen to the blood. The respiratory system divides into airways and lung parenchyma. The airways consist of ...
Collagen vascular disease encompasses a diverse group of immunologically mediated entities that share overlapping clinical and histopathologic feat ...
Biological warfare agents include bacteria, viruses, fungi, and biological toxins. Some agents are frequently lethal, while others are intended to ...
Pulmonary arteriovenous malformation (PAVM), a rare pulmonary condition, is defined as a structurally abnormal communication between the pulmonary ...
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