RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES 2
Prepares radiography students to perform routine radiographic procedures of the skull, facial bones, sinus, spine, bony thorax, gastrointestinal, urological, and special studies . Course includes considerations for contrast, mobile, surgical and trauma procedures. Students apply knowledge of human anatomy to position the patient correctly to achieve and evaluate optimal diagnostic quality images which includes identifying radiographically significant anatomy.
Prerequisites: 10-526-149 RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES 1 and 10-806-177 GEN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY. Condition: Accepted into the Radiography Associate Degree program.