Device used to take live x-rays during a procedure
Person operating the imaging unit
Person preforming the procedure
Type of imaging used during surgery
Chemical element (pb) used to protect people from radiation
Protective wear for hands
Free from bacteria and other living microorganisms
Separation between sterile and non-sterile areas
Changes X-ray beam into visible image
Place where surgical procedures take place
Raised flat surface where patient lays
Attire worn by all surgical staff
Used to protect against airborne illnesses
Image taken with the tube facing the anterior surface of the patient
Image taken with the tube facing the posterior surface of the patient
Procedure to aid in chest line placement
Surgical procedure to remove bony/disk fragments from spine
Procedure in which surgical instruments are guided into the brain
Procedure inserting a nail into the longest bone in the body
Procedure inserting a nail into the tibia
Placing pin(s) into the pelvis
Minimally invasive type of surgery
Imaging of bile ducts
Surgical placement of a pace-making device
Surgical removal of lamina
Surgical replacement of an entire hip
Surgical placement of metal rod into medullary cavity of bone
Alignment of a fracture
Visualization of blood vessels within the femur
Visualization of blood vessels within the tibia
Using fluoroscopic procedure to find an exact location
Visualization of renal pelvis and urinary tract
Stone fragmentation commonly done by laser or ultrasound
Surgical placement of tubular support
Surgical extraction of stones/calcifications
Surgical cutting/removal of bone
Internal placement to hold bones in place
External device holding bones in place
Surgical fusion of one vertebra to another
Replacement of the entire knee joint

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Skeletal System


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