According to the post made by Eng’r. Bayani San Juan, member of the Board of Radiologic Technology(BORT) in the Philippines, in his Facebook profile, he mentioned the following announcement:
BORT Chair Hon. Winnie(Wilhemina Gana) announced during the Aug 29 PRC WS that in 2014 , there will only be ONE licensing examination only. The scheduled announcement is June 2014. – for the info of all the RT schools and examinees…
This means that starting next year, the RadTech and X-Ray Tech Board exam will only be once a year and that is every June. No Board Examination schedule for the month of November. Actually, this once a year schedule should have took effect this year, 2013, but since Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) has already made and published the exam schedule (which was June and November 2013), this policy will take effect next year.
Another announcement made was that, there is a pending PRC-BORT Resolution regarding the Board Examination for X-Ray Technologists (XRT), who have finished his/her BSRT Education. According to this pending resolution, licensed X-Ray Techs who have already graduated from their BSRT education, will only take the Radiological Sciences (RadSci) subject and pass it to become RRTs.
Further details will be posted here once confirmed and published.
The Philippine Association of Radiologic Technologists, Inc. will be celebrating its 59th Foundation Anniversary and will hold its 44th Annual National Convention on November 28 to December 1, 2013 at Teachers’ Camp, Baguio City, Philippines. The theme for this year’s convention is:
“Ethical Administration and Professional Responsibilities of Imaging Science and Services“
Convention fee are as follows:
Advance registration (until November 8, 2013) ——- P 4, 000.00 (members/professionals)
——- P 3, 000.00 (students)
On-site registration ——————————————— P 4, 500.00 (members/professionals)
——- P 3, 500.00 (students)
Registration fee includes accommodation, convention kit, 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 2 dinners
For those who only want to pay for the Registration Fee only (convention kit only without food and accommodation):
——– P 3, 000.00 (professionals/members)
Companion ——– P 2, 500.00 (adult)
——– P 2, 000.00 (child)
Note: NO Pre-registration will be accepted on-site.
For cheque payments, please make it payable to Philippine Association of Radiologic Technologists, Inc.
You can also deposit your pre-registration payment to:
Account Name: Philippine Association of Radiologic Technologists, Inc.
Bank: PNB Caloocan – A. Mabini Branch
Account Number: 125415900023
Scan your deposit slip and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and please keep your deposit slip as proof of payment.
lateral bone of the forearm (thumb side)
Shorter of the 2 bones of the forearm
Directly involved in the formation of the wrist joint (radiocarpal joint).
The Proximal Extremity
Radial Head, neck, and a tuberosity.
Disc shaped that articulates with the capitulum of the humerus and radial notch of the ulna.
Located on the proximal part of the radius.
Constricted part distal to the head, connecting the head to the body.
The Radial tuberosity
Rough prominence on the anteromedial surface of the radius below its neck.
The biceps tendon inserts into it.
Becomes gradually larger as it approaches the wrist joint.
The Distal Extremity
Styloid process, carpal articular surface and ulnar notch.
The Styloid Process of the Radius
Large bony prominence on the lateral border and distal end of the radius.
Can be palpated on the thumb of the wrist joint.
Much larger than the styloid process of the ulna.
The Carpal articular surface
Large smooth area on the distal end of the radius that articulates with the carpal bones to form the wrist joint.
The Ulnar Notch
Small depression on the medial aspect of the distal radius.
The head of the ulna fits here.
The medial bone of the forearm
Situated at the little finger side.
The longer of the 2 bones of the forearm
Directly involved in the formation of the elbow joint.
The Proximal Extremity
Olecranon, coronoid process, trochlear notch and a radial notch.
The Olecranon/Olecranon Process
Can easily be palpated on the posterior aspect of the elbow.
Has an anterior smooth surface that is concave and helps form the elbow joint.
Beak-like and lies below and anterior to the olecranon process.
Fits into the coronoid fossa of the humerus when the elbow is flexed.
The Brachialis muscle is attached here.
Together with the olecranon receives the trochlea of the humerus.
Curved area between the olecranon and the coronoid process.
The trochlea of the humerus fits into this notch.
Located on the lateral aspect of the proximal ulna.
Located laterally and inferiorly to the trochlear notch.
It receives the head of the radius.
The Coronoid Tubercle/Tuberosity
The medial margin of the coronoid process opposite the radial notch.
Large at its superior end, becomes smaller as it approaches the wrist.
Head and styloid process
Head of the Ulna
Lower expanded end and can be palpated through the skin.
Visible as a prominence on the posteromedial border of the wrist.
When the hand is pronated the head and styloid process are easily felt and seen on the little finger side of the distal forearm.
The Styloid Process of the Ulna
Small pointed prominence that extends distally on the posteromedial border of the ulnar head.