RAD177 Radiographic Imaging 2

This course will provide a basis for analyzing radiographic images for optimal standards, with an emphasis on factors that affect radiographic image quality. Included are the importance of optimal imaging standards, discussion of problem-solving techniques for image evaluation, pre-processing, and factors that can affect image quality. Students will evaluate and analyze images in DR/CR. Fluoroscopic equipment and image acquisition are covered. Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) are presented. Upon successful course completion students will be able to properly evaluate images, comprehend fluoroscopy, and define QA and QC, demonstrate the principles of technique selection, use imaging accessories to produce quality images, and be able to discuss the methods of evaluating radiographic systems to assure consistency in the production of quality images.

Prerequisites

RAD147

Corequisites

RAD182

Credit Hours: 
2.00
Catalog Code: 
RAD175