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IMT 315 Radiographic Procedures: Home

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Radiographic Procedures

Welcome to the guide for Radiographic Procedures I !

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The student is introduced to positioning principles, terminology and topographical landmarks. Anatomy, pathology, positioning, proper patient care methods, and radiographic examinations of the thorax and abdomen, including GI contrast examinations are covered. Correlation of radiographs with positioning of the anatomical part for optimal diagnostic images, pathology identification, technique selection and radiation safety is explored.