Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning III
Continuation of Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning I and II, covering additional radiographic positions, trauma and pediatric positioning, and radiographic film evaluation. The majority of the semester is spent on techniques required to x-ray the human skull properly. Course content is delivered via classroom instruction, laboratory setting for demonstration of student competency, and in a clinical setting for practical application under the direction of the clinical supervisor. 2.50 Credits (2 Lecture - 1.50 Lab) Prerequisite(s): RAD113 and RAD114 and RAD115 and RAD116 and RAD117 and RAD118 and RAD201. Fall Only.
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