RAD 121 - Radiologic Technology Anatomy and Positioning II
The intermediate level students give attention to specific ethical issues and radiation protection practices. Study of radiographic anatomy and positioning is expanded with attention to skull, spine and contrast studies of the abdominal and thoracic viscera and spine. There is continuing investigation of the theoretical and mechanical factors affecting exposure values. Laboratory practice is provided to give student experience in processing techniques and continued experience in exposure techniques.
Pre-requisite: RAD 120 with a “C” or higher.
5 Semester hour(s)
4 lec, 2 lab/week
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