Radiographic Procedures III

Course Number: 
RAD 2312
Semester: 
Fall
Subject: 
Radiologic Science (RAD)
Credits 
4.00

This is an interactive course that encourages proactive learning by participating in demonstrations and contributing unusual views or techniques from clinical sites. The student expands their knowledge by learning obscure and specialized radiographic views, including views for specific pathologies; upright vs. supine variations of exam; and exams modified to patient condition. The student learns and perfects out-of-the-ordinary or challenging views they have encountered and complete case studies describing clinical situations in which they used critical thinking or performed an exam in an unusual way.

2.5 hours of lecture, 1.5 hours of lab per week

Major: 
Start Date: 
March 18, 2019 12:00 am