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bullet Lesson 1. Fluoroscopic and Special Radiographic Equipment

Lesson 2. Digestive and Urogenital Systems


Lesson 3. The Respiratory, Cardiovascular, and Nervous Systems


Lesson 4. Special Radiographic Procedures

About This Course

This short course deals with fluoroscopy and  a number of other special techniques and procedures.  Some of these are not done often and may require extra study to make up for lack of practice.  Whether a procedure is demanding or routine, it is important to remember you are dealing with a person and not just a technique.  That person, as well as the doctor, is depending on you to use these techniques in the best way possible to produce radiographic useful in diagnosis.  You will also be depended upon as a member of the team in fluoroscopy where the radiologist expects to see an image on the screen that tells him what he needs to know.
Recommended Prerequisite:
Principles of Radiographic Exposure


Primary Content Provider: Academy of Health Sciences Fort Sam Houston, TX
Editor: David L. Heiserman

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