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RAD 110 - Radiographic Positioning I with Lab


Prerequisite: Program Acceptance

Corequisite: RAD 105 , RAD 115 

Description: Introduction to the principles of body planes and radiographic anatomy/positioning for chest, abdomen, upper, and lower extremities. The student will integrate his/her knowledge of positioning skills, anatomy and pathology, radiographic technical factors, and tube alignment to obtain quality radiographic images. The student radiographer will be introduced to the principles of body planes and general positions to independently perform quality radiographs of the skeletal system for adult, pediatric and trauma patients; in the lab, the student radiographer will apply and integrate positioning skills, technical factors, and tube alignment for quality images.

Credits: (4)
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 3


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