Dec 05, 2021  
2021-2022 General Catalog 
    
2021-2022 General Catalog
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RAD 182 - Special Procedures


2 credits
This course is one semester, students study long bone measurement, contrast arthrography, contrast medias and procedures using them, reactions to contrast medias, mouth and salivary glands, anterior part of the neck and other detailed anatomy. Students will also study radiographic procedures of the central nervous and circulatory systems. Also presented are new technologies and modalities within radiology. This course will also investigate the pediatric and geriatric patient in imaging and the environment of mobile and surgical radiography. This course will help students gain the basic knowledge of special procedures in the imaging department and will help provide entry-level skills related specifically to radiologic technologist's job duties while enhancing their overall knowledge when making important life decisions.

Corequisites
RAD 163 , RAD 270  

Prerequisites
RAD 142 , RAD 230 , RAD 365 , RAD 430  

Fees
Simulation Center Access: $25.00







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