Dec 05, 2022  
2022-2023 CATALOG 
    
2022-2023 CATALOG
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RADT 2215 - Radiographic Image Critique 3

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This course is a continuation of Radiographic Image Critique II concerning evaluation of radiographic image criteria.  Topics will include identification of anatomical structures and pathology, accurate positioning, patient interaction, radiation safety, and technical factors on images in each unit of instruction.  An emphasis will be placed on problem solving to determine the appropriate changes needed to obtain optimal image quality.  Radiographic studies include thorax, abdomen, upper/lower extremities, vertebral column, contrast studies, cranium, and facial bones.  Simulation laboratory evaluations will incorporate practical demonstration of terminal competencies required for program completion.  Contact hours per week: 6. Prereq(s): RADT 1135 and 2330 with grade of C or better. {S}


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