What happens in the inner ear?
A. Sound waves are captured.
B. Sound waves move deeper into the ear.
C. Sound waves are reflected.
D. Sound waves are converted into nerve impulses.
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Other quiz: Upper Limb
A radiograph of a PA projection of the hand reveals that the distal radius and ulna and the carpals were cut off. What should the technologist do to correct this problem?
A. Repeat the PA projection to include all the carpals and about 1 inch (2.5cm) of the distal radius and ulna.
B. Do the AP instead
C. Increase the CR angel caudad
D. Nothing, this is an acceptable image