Radiography 3

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Radiography quiz on Radiation physics lecture
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Question 1

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Atomic mass is the number of...
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  • Protons
  • Neutrons
  • Electrons

Question 2

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Atomic number is only concerned with protons
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  • True
  • False

Question 3

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Electrons in which shell have the greatest binding energy?
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  • K
  • L
  • M
  • N

Question 4

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If you increase atomic number, you...
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  • Increase binding energy
  • Decrease atomic mass
  • Change the number of electrons

Question 5

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Which of these are particulate radiation?
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  • Alpha rays
  • Beta rays
  • X-rays
  • Gamma rays
  • Cosmic rays

Question 6

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Alpha rays are more damaging than beta rays.
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  • True
  • False

Question 7

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Capacity of particulate radiation to ionise depends on...
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  • Mass
  • Velocity
  • Charge
  • Force

Question 8

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Wave theory states that...
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  • Wavelength x Frequency = speed of light
  • Energy = plancks constant x speed of light / wavelength

Question 9

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Quantum theory states that...
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  • Energy = Speed of light x Plancks constant / Wavelength
  • Wavelength x Frequency = Speed of light

Question 10

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X-rays are [blank_start]high[blank_end] energy electromagnetic radiation produced by interactions of [blank_start]electrons[blank_end] with an atomic nucleus.
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  • high
  • electrons

Question 11

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X-rays travel at the speed of light.
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  • True
  • False

Question 12

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X-rays produce ionisation.
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  • True
  • False

Question 13

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Most natural background radiation is from...
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  • Radon exposure
  • Food
  • Cosmic radiation
  • Medical exposure

Question 14

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Absorption of X-rays occurs by the...
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  • Photoelectric effect
  • Compton effect

Question 15

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Absorption is proportional to the cube of the...
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  • Atomic number
  • Atomic mass
  • X-ray energy

Question 16

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As well as contributing to the image, absorption gives rise to radiation dose.
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  • True
  • False

Question 17

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Absorption is inversely proportional to the
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  • Cube of the X-ray energy
  • Atomic number
  • Atomic mass

Question 18

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X-ray scatter produces
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  • A compton recoil electron
  • A photoelectron
  • A weakened, deflected X-ray photon
  • A full energy X-ray photon

Question 19

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Coherent scatter tends to occur with...
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  • Low energy X-ray photons
  • High energy X-ray photons

Question 20

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Absorption makes up the majority of X-ray interactions and 30-40% of this leads to operator dose.
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  • True
  • False

Question 21

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Absorbed dose is measured in...
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  • milliGrays
  • Microsiverts
  • Arbitrary units

Question 22

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Equivalent dose =
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  • Radiation weighting factor x Absorbed dose
  • Tissue weighting factor x Absorbed dose x Radiation weighting factor
  • Absorbed dose x Exposure
  • Tissue weighting factor x Radiation weighting factor

Question 23

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Effective dose =
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  • Absorbed dose x Tissue weighting factor x Radiation weighting factor
  • Absorbed dose x Radiation weighting factor
  • Absorbed dose x Tissue weighting factor

Question 24

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Effective dose is measured in...
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  • Milligrays
  • Microsieverts
  • Arbitrary units

Question 25

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One OPG is roughly equivalent to..
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  • 16 hours of natural background radiation
  • 3 days of natural background radiation
  • A week of natural background radiation

Question 26

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Which type of dental radiography carries the highest risk of fatal cancer?
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  • CT scan of the Maxilla
  • Lateral cephalogram
  • OPG
  • Bitewing radiograph

Question 27

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New annual occupational dose limits say that non-classified workers such as dentists may be exposed up to...
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  • 6 mSv
  • 20 mSv
  • 15 mSv
  • 5 mSv

Question 28

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Old annual occupational dose limits say that non-classified workers such as dentists could be exposed up to...
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  • 15 mSv
  • 6 mSv
  • 20 mSv
  • 1 mSv

Question 29

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According to radiation legislation, dentists are classed as...
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  • General public
  • Non-classified workers
  • Classified workers

Question 30

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Effective dose considers the radiosensitivity of body organs as well as the type of radiation the patient is exposed to.
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  • True
  • False

Question 31

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Equivalent dose considers the radiosensitivity of body organs as well as the type of radiation the patient is exposed to.
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  • True
  • False

Question 32

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Effective dose = Absorbed dose x Radiation weighting factor
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  • True
  • False

Question 33

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Equivalent dose = Absorbed dose x Radiation weighting factor
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  • True
  • False

Question 34

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Absorbed dose is...
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  • The amount of energy absorbed from the X-ray beam
  • The ability of radiation to ionise air
  • The amount of energy absorbed from the X-ray beam as well as considering the type of radiation involved
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