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Radiology interpretation I – Upper Extremity

This eyes-on portion of the course will provide the student the ability to read a basic x-ray of the upper extremities, neck and spine. It will also give the students a working knowledge of cross-sectional anatomy and imaging, including a review of basic CT and MRI studies that primary care physicians are likely to order for their patients and Orthopaedic Technicians in clinical settings will encounter. Basic radiologic science will be reviewed in addition to discussion of how to develop methodical approaches for reading basic x-ray images to lead to greater diagnostic accuracy.

Radiology interpretation II – Lower Extremity

This eyes-on portion of the course will provide the student the ability to read a basic x-ray of the lower extremities. It will also give the students a working knowledge of cross sectional anatomy and imaging, including a review of basic CT and MRI studies that primary care physicians are likely to order for their patients and Orthopaedic Technicians in clinical settings will encounter. Basic radiologic science will be reviewed in addition to discussion of how to develop methodical approaches for reading basic x-ray images to lead to greater diagnostic accuracy.

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