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RAD 101 L - Image Production and Evaluation I Laboratory


Introduction to the basic principles of radiographic imaging including image processing methods, image analysis, radiographic quality and receptor exposure responses.  Lecture and laboratory are coordinated to enhance these fundamental concepts.

Credits: 1
Hours
2 Laboratory Hours
Course Profile
Learning Outcomes of the Course

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

  1. Perform quality digital radiographic images on various imaging systems and define the components of a digital imaging system.
  2. Perform image analysis on a quality digital radiographic image and describe the analysis criteria utilized.
  3. Perform quality digital radiographic images and describe the response of digital detectors to exposure variations.
  4. Perform, identify, and briefly describe the calculation of the exposure indicator with changes in exposrue values on various digital imaging systems.
  5. Relate the performance of various positioning, projections, and anatomical identification from the energized laboratory to the 3D images of the Anatomage Table.




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