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Question 1
Regarding moving grids, all are true except:
A
Blur out shadows cast by lead strips
B
Increases patient dose
C
Decreses grid cutoff
D
Subject to failure
Question 2
Examples of non-stochastic effects are all, except:
A
Cataracts
B
Leukemia
C
Diarrhea
D
Bone marrow depression
Question 3
All of the following are systemic radionuclide, except:
A
P-32
B
Strontium -89
C
Chromium-24
D
Samarium-153
Question 4
Subject contrast depends on all, except:
A
Linear attenuation coefficient.
B
Contrast medium given.
C
Film processing conditions.
D
Scatter.
Question 5
Which of the following is a directly ionizing?
A
Alpha rays
B
X-rays
C
Gamma Rays
D
Neutrons
Question 6
10 20 29Does in spot image in fluoroscopy is approximately: (uGy/frame)
A
2
B
10
C
20
D
29
Question 7
Which of the following is incorrectly matched? A) Radionuclide       Half life Iodine-131 8 days B) Radionuclide Half life Technetium-99 1 year C)  Radionuclide Half life Krypton-81m 13 seconds D)   Radionuclide Half life Thallium-201 73 hours
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
Question 8
Magnification in radiography, all of the following is true, except?
A
Reduced by increasing film focus distance (FFD)
B
Reduced by increasing object film distance
C
Is propotional to relative length of image to object
D
Distortion increases by magnification increase
Question 9
Regarding image intensifier, which of the following is true:
A
Output phosphor is smaller than the input phosphor
B
Output phosphor is made of zinc alumnium sulphate
C
Output phosphor converts incident light into electrons.
D
Thickness of outer phosphor is about 10 mm
Question 10
Linear attenuation coefficient depends on all except-
A
Density of the material
B
Photon energy (kV)
C
Atomic number (Z)
D
Physical state of matter
Question 11
Correct X-ray tube voltage range of mammography:
A
25-34 kV
B
42-47 kV
C
65-78 kV
D
90-95 kV
Question 12
Regarding dose, all are true, except:
A
Absorbed dose is measured is Sieverts
B
Equivalent dose is measured in Sieverts
C
KERMA is measured in Gray
D
1Gy = 1J/kg
Question 13
Calcification in mammograms are visible because of their:
A
Atomic number
B
Physical density
C
Electron density
D
Linear thickness
Question 14
Which of the following statement is false?
A
Orthovoltage or deep therapy is the treatment with x rays ranging from 150 to 500 kV.
B
X ray beams of energy 1 MV or greater can be classified as megavoltage beam.
C
A contact therapy machine usually operates at a potential of 450-660 kV.
D
Superficial therapy applies to the treatment with X rays from 50-150 kV.
Question 15
Regarding TLD (Thermo Luminescent dosimeters) true is:
A
Used for whole body dosage
B
Cannot be reduced
C
Permanent records achieved
D
Use lithium fluoride as active ingredient
Question 16
All are true about filters used in radiography, except:
A
They reduce the mean energy of the beam
B
Removes low energy photons
C
Glass of the tube also acts like a filter
D
K edge can be sometimes used in mammography
Question 17
Regarding Compton scatter, all correct except:
A
Energy of photon is reduced gradually
B
90 degree scatter photon has a higher energy than a 60 degree scatter photon
C
Direction of scattered photons depends on energy of incident photon
D
The energy of scattered photon depends on the energy of incident photon.
Question 18
Which statement is incorrect:
A
The characteristic curve of the film is a plot of optical density against the log of dose to the film
B
Film latitude is the range of film exposures that produce optical densities in the useful range of the film.
C
Intensifying screens convert the light rays into x rays.
D
Contrast is directly related to gamma.
Question 19
The relative cancer radio sensitivity of a child compared to a 70 years old is most likely:
A
1:1
B
100:1
C
3:1
D
10:1
Question 20
Which is incorrect regarding grids?
A
Grids are stationary as well as moving.
B
The larger the grid ratio, the more efficient the grid is in absorbing scatter radiations..
C
Contrast improvement factor of the grids is defined as contrast with a grid divided by contrast without a grid.
D
Grids are frequently used in children and in extermities as they reduce the dose.
Question 21
True about vigneting are all except:
A
Decreases with flattening of input screen
B
Centrally dark
C
Can be minimized by strict quality control
D
Periphery is darker and magnified
Question 22
About an X-ray film, which of the following is correct?
A
Aging increases base +fog level
B
Base + fog level is independent of temperature
C
Film is insensitive to chemicals
D
Base + fog is independent of development of film
Question 23
Conformation radiotherapy uses:
A
Multileaf collimator
B
Single leaf collimator
C
Cylinders
D
Cones
Question 24
Regarding film badges dose-meters used in radiology, false statement is:
A
Has multiple filters for different radiations
B
Processed six monthly
C
Can identify the type of radiation exposure
D
Effect by change in temperature and humidity.
Question 25
t 1/2 or the half life of cobalt- 60 is:
A
2.6 years
B
5.2 years
C
8 years
D
25 years
Question 26
Film contrast depends on all, except:
A
Film gamma
B
Use of screen
C
Film density
D
Thickness of the tissue.
Question 27
Regarding the use of Tungsten as a target in an X ray tube all of the following statements are correct, except:
A
It has high melting point
B
High vapour pressure
C
High thermal conductivity.
D
High atomic number.
Question 28
As per ICRU recommendation, an overall accuracy of ...........(in percent) for dose delivery computation in Radiotherapy is needed for tumor dose delivery:
A
+/-5
B
+/-15
C
+/-25
D
+/-48
Question 29
True about Tc 99m are all, except:
A
Produced in a nuclear reactor
B
It has a very long biological half-life.
C
Involved in isomeric transition
D
Most commonly used isotope medically.
Question 30
Advantages of increasing generator voltage to X- ray tube are all except:
A
Increase Xray output per mAs
B
Harder beam
C
Reduces patient dose
D
Reduces film blackening
Question 31
An air kerma of 1mGy will most likely result in a skin dose of (mGy):
A
1.5
B
3
C
10
D
12
Question 32
Following information is derived from a characteristic curve except:
A
Intensification factor
B
Film gamma
C
Exposure latitude
D
Spatial resolution
Question 33
True about isotopes is:
A
Isotopes have same atomic number (Z)
B
Isotopes have same mass number (A)
C
Isotopes have same physical property
D
Isotopes have same density
Question 34
Which os the following is false:
A
Resolution of a CR system is approximately 3.5-5.5 line pairs/mm
B
Fourier analysis is technique of representing an image by a series of cos waves.
C
A digital image is stored as a matrix of pixels having values in binary notations
D
CR is a method of image capture based on photostimulable phosphor plates.
Question 35
Characteristic curve, all are true except:
A
Film gamma is the average slope of the characteristic curve
B
Speed can be defined as the exposure required producing a net density of 1
C
Sensitometer is an instrument that can be used to derive the characteristic curve
D
It is the curve between log exposure and optical density.
Question 36
Commonly used protective devices in the radiography rooms are made of:
A
Silver
B
Tungsten
C
Lead
D
Molybdenum
Question 37
True about X rays are all, except:
A
X rays are electromagnetic radiations
B
X- rays have a velocity of sound
C
Produced by stopping high energy electrons in a tungsten target
D
Intensity falls off in accordance with the inverse square law.
Question 38
Which os the following is correctly matched? A)   Site  Agent           Effective dose (mSv) Bone Tc-99m diphosphonates 30 B)   Site   Agent            Effective dose (mSv) Kidney Tc-99m MAG3 18 C)   Site    Agent         Effective dose (mSv) Brain Flourine-18 FDG 8 D)  Site     Agent         Effective dose (mSv) Thyroid I-123 iodide 29
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
Question 39
Phosphorus 32 emits:
A
Beta Particles
B
Alpha Particles
C
Neutrons
D
X rays
Question 40
Ways to improve contrast in tissue are all, except:
A
Reduce kV
B
Increase mA
C
Use grids
D
Contrast media
Question 41
In general radiography, filters are used which are commonly made of:
A
Selenium
B
Molybdenum
C
Nickel
D
Aluminum
Question 42
Regarding photoelectric effect, false statement is:
A
Photon disappears completely
B
Produces ionized atom
C
Interaction between photon and bound electron
D
Decrease with increase in density
Question 43
If the skin dose in a lateral abdominal radiograph is 100%, the embryo dose(%) is most likely
A
1
B
5
C
50
D
65
Question 44
Which of the following is false?
A
Neutrons have 0 charges and 1 relative mass
B
Protons have +1charge and relative mass 1
C
Alpha particles are having +4 charge and relative mass of 2
D
Electrons have negative charge of -1
Question 45
Regarding quantum mottle, true statement is:
A
Random pattern of photons on X ray film.
B
Less with high kV energies
C
Less with use of filters
D
Larger the number of photons absorbed, more is the noise.
Question 46
Radioactivee cobalt emits:
A
Alpha rays
B
Gamma rays
C
Neutrons
D
Beta rays
Question 47
True about intensity modulated radiation therapy are all, except:
A
The radiation dose is designed to conform to the 3D shape of tumors
B
It has potential to reduce treatment toxicity.
C
It is used for the treatment of prostate cancer but never for thyroid and breast malignancies
D
It is beneficial in treatment of some pediatric malignancies.
Question 48
Which radiation induced cancers have the shortest latency period in exposed adults?
A
Breast
B
Colon
C
Leukemia
D
Stomach
Question 49
False regarding effective doses is:-
A
CT heads- 2mSv
B
CT throax- 18 mSv
C
CT abdomen- 10 mSv
D
Chest xray PA view - 0.02mSv
Question 50
Regarding planned radiation volume, true statement is:
A
Depends upon the 90% of the tumor size.
B
Less than target radiation volume.
C
More than target radiation volume.
D
Equal to the target radiation volume.
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