RAD-770
Film Critique and Evaluation
2.5 Credit Hours

Criteria for diagnostic quality radiographs are studied. The principles of film evaluation is emphasized as it relates to technique, collimation and shielding, position and radiographic quality. Prerequisites: BIO-168 Human Anatomy & Physiology I with lab, HSC-113 Medical Terminology, an approved college-level Math course, BIO-173 Human Anatomy & Physiology II with lab, HSC-104 Introduction to Health Care, PSY-111 Introduction to Psychology or PSY-112 Psychology of Human Relations, RAD-122 Radiographic Procedures I, RAD-210 Clinical Education I, RAD-320 Imaging I, RAD-142 Radiographic Procedures II, RAD-230 Clinical Education II, RAD-365 Imaging II, RAD-430 Radiographic Physics, RAD-163 Radiographic Procedures III, RAD-182 Special Procedures and RAD-270 Clinical Education III. Co-requisites: ENG-105 Composition I, two-credit computer course, RAD-896 Quality Assurance and RAD-510 Clinical Education IV.