Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning IV
Radiographic concepts relating to upper and lower gastrointestinal systems, gallbladder, urinary system, OB/GYN, and pelvimetry radiographic examinations. A human diversity component promotes better understanding of patients, the patient's families, and professional peers through comparisons of value systems, cultural and ethnic influences, communication styles, socioeconomic influences, health risks, and life stages. Study includes the factors that influence relationships with patients and professional peers. (Formerly RAD246) 1.50 Credits (1.50 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): RAD220 and RAD221 and RAD225 and RAD226 and RAD227 and RAD228. Spring Only.
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