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RTE2523L Radiographic Positioning III Lab

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1 credit hour(s) | Fall
Prerequisite(s):  ,  ,  ,  .
Corequisite(s): RTE1613 , RTE1824 , RTE2523 .
This is a laboratory study of radiographic anatomy and positioning for radiologic examinations of the skull, facial bones, and urinary and digestive systems. Procedures requiring the use of contrast materials within the digestive and urinary systems, as well as the pharmacology of contrast agents, will be presented. Emphasis is on radiographic anatomy, surface landmarks, positioning technique, pathology and critique of films. Includes discussion of patient care and medical terminology related to course topics. Students must achieve a grade of at least 75% in this course to advance in the program. Does not count toward A.A. degree.


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