Radiography / Radiography Theory

Radiography Theory

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Radiographic Analog Processing

This theory module provides a thorough introduction to radiographic film and film processing, handling and storage.

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Fluoroscopy and Interventional Radiology

This theory module provides an overview of fluoroscopy and interventional radiology.

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Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging

This module covers the basic principles of CT, spiral CT and MRI scanning, the differences between them, and advantages of each.

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Mammography, Bone Densitometry, and Quality Control

This module provides an overview of mammography and bone densitometry, enhanced forms of X-ray technology that are used, respectively, to examine breast tissue and measure bone loss.

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Radiographic Image Analysis

This information-rich module teaches you about radiographic image analysis, including how to manage the factors that affect image quality.

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Computer Science, the Digital Image, and Computed Radiography

This theory module provides an introduction to computer science, the technology used in radiographic imaging, and the difference between digital imaging and computed radiography.

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Radiographic Imaging

This theory module teaches you the key concepts that underpin radiographic imaging such as scatter radiation, exposure, and field size, and the tools and techniques available to create high-quality X-ray images.

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Digital Radiography and Fluoroscopy, Image Viewing and PACS, and Quality Control

This theory module provides an introduction to digital image acquisition, display and storage.