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RAD 2310 — Radiographic Procedures III

Credit Hours: 3.00   Total Contact Hours: 5.00   Lecture Hours: 1.00   Lab Hours: 4.00  

Provides instruction in radiographic positioning and image critique for procedures of the skull, facial bones, zygomatic arches, mandible, TMJs, sinuses, orbits, and nasal bones. The course also includes instruction in radiography of trauma, pediatric, geriatric, and surgical patients. Furthermore, the course provides students with a basic understanding of mammography, arthrography, urography, and interventional radiography including specialized equipment used in these exams. Students are also introduced to sectional anatomy in cadaver sections and image correlation.
Prerequisites: BIO 1120, RAD 1320
Corequisites: Any Radiographic Imaging clinical course.