Radiographic Anatomy & Positioning I


Introduction to basic anatomy and terminology used in radiographic positioning, including a comprehensive study of the basic positions of the human body for radiographic examination. Focus on the evaluation and critique of radiographs of the related anatomy. Course requirements include weekly demonstration of competence in the laboratory setting to ensure readiness for practice in a clinical setting. This is the first in a series of four anatomy and positioning courses. Fall Only.

3.50 Credits: 3 Lecture, 1.50 Lab

RAD105, RAD108