Radiologic Positioning, Procedures and Pathology 2

RADI 130
3.5 CR

Students will learn radiographic imaging procedures of the thorax and head, as well as the contrast enhanced procedures of the gastrointestinal and urinary systems. Focus on anatomical positioning with attention to various patient needs and abilities will be emphasized. The indications, contraindication, and safe administration of contrast media will be presented. Students will learn to critique images for diagnostic quality, as well as develop the ability to identify normal anatomical structures from common abnormal pathological processes. Students will participate in small group skill-building lab activities. (48-16-64] Lab Fee

Prerequisites: admission to the Radiography Program; and a "C" in RADI 120, 121 and 122