Principles of Radiographic Exposure III

RAD221

In depth study that builds upon material presented in prerequisite exposure courses to provide a thorough understanding of radiographic image quality. Concepts covered include radiographic density, contrast, definition and distortion and their controlling factors of mA, kVp, and S (time) to prepare radiographic images of optimum quality. Additionally, concepts in radiographic quality assurance and control procedures and techniques are explored. 3.50 Credits (3.50 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): RAD113 and RAD114 and RAD115 and RAD116 and RAD117 and RAD118 and RAD201. Fall Only.

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