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Course Descriptions


RAD 132: Radiographic Procedures III

Prerequisite(s):
-Completion of RAD 121, 122, and 123 with a grade of C or better
AND
-Completion with a C or better or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 182, RAD 133, and RAD 134

This course provides detailed instruction in radiographic anatomy, patient positioning, proper beam-part-image receptor alignment and image analysis for fluoroscopic studies of the lower GI system, and urinary system. Radiography of the skull, facial bones, mandible, zygomatic arches, temporomandibular joints, nasal bones, paranasal sinuses and orbits will also be included. Additional information presented on ERCP, hysterosalpingiography and special considerations related to positioning. A laboratory component is included. 6 credit hours

Career and Technical Course: This course is a specific requirement for an Associate of Applied Science or certificate program and may not transfer. Please consult with your advisor about transferability.

Radiography Questions

Contact the Radiography Department