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IMT 321 Principles of Radiographic Exposure: Home

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Welcome Radiography Students! 

This guide will connect you to resources to help you in your Radiography Exposure class!

This course is intended to educate the student in factors that affect radiographic exposures and the principles and devices involved in technique formation. Basic fundamentals of exposure concerned with production of the radiography image will be presented. Clinical correlation of these principles through laboratory experience will be employed. Radiation production methods and radiation control to produce quality radiographs will be explored. The interaction of radiation and matter is included. Radiation protection of both personnel and patient will be correlated.