Andrew Murphy on Radiopaedia.org

Andrew Murphy

MMIS BMedImagingSc RT(R)

Andrew is a radiographer at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia. He holds a master’s degree in Medical Imaging Science specialising in radiographic image interpretation and a passion for teaching, currently creating radiographic image interpretation pathways for a wide audience of health care professionals.

Andrew works closely with both the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy (ASMIRT) and the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) to advance the profile of the radiography profession.

He is currently an associate editor of the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences and advises for the artificial intelligence council of the CAMRT Professional Practices Advisory Council.

Disclosures
No pharmaceutical or medical device conflict of interest

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Question 40

In which order do the ossification centers of the elbow appear? 

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What is the K-shell binding energy  (K-edge) of iodinated contrast?

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Question 42

Which of the following joints is most frequently dislocated?

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What is the eponymous name of a fracture of the ulnar shaft with associated dislocation of the radial head?

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The hamate articulates with which three carpal bones?

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The femoral triangle is bounded by the following anatomical structures EXCEPT...

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To achieve superimposition of the femoral condyles, the radiographer will need to...

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Extradural hematomas are most commonly encountered in the... 

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A flail chest is radiologically defined as...

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In MR spectroscopy lactate will resonate at...

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In MR spectroscopy choline resonate at:

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In MR spectroscopy myo-inositol will resonate at...

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The typical enhancement pattern of delayed-phased images of a multiphase CT hepatic hemangioma is...

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Question 102

A plain AP odontoid view of the cervical spine showing asymmetry and displacement of the lateral masses away from the odontoid peg is typically indicative of a...

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Question 107

An open book fracture of the pelvis is typically the result of which high-energy blunt force trauma?

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Question 108

A Malgaigne fracture of the pelvis is typically the result of which traumatic mechanism?

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Question 109

An acromioclavicular injury in which the clavicle is elevated above the superior border of the acromion, but coracoclavicular distance is less than twice the normal distance, falls into which grade on the Rockwood classification?

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Question 110

Segond fractures are frequently associated with disruption of...

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The second most commonly fractured carpal bone is...

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A fracture that passes across most of the growth plate and up through the metaphysis is a Salter-Harris type...

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