Course Tag: RAD


Modern Post-Mortem Imaging

Modern Post-Mortem Imaging.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description Our Modern post-mortem Imaging course investigates the use of an increasing number of digital imaging methods, which can be collected under the term “post-mortem imaging”. Most methods of forensic imaging are from the radiology field and are therefore techniques that show the interior of the…

Digestive System: Anatomy and Physiology.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description This chapter is dedicated to the digestive system that that is responsible for all the food we eat to be broken down into nutrients and other essentials that our bodies need to function every day. Refresh your knowledge with the functional anatomy of the organs…

Sports Related Injuries of the Pediatric Musculoskeleton.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description This course is about common sport related injuries in children actively involved in athletic activities. Learn to recognize unique injuries of the pediatric musculoskeleton and how to differentiate these pathologic entities from features that are associated with normal growth and development, using general radiology and…

Joint Anatomy and Body Mobility.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description Our Joint Anatomy and Body Mobility course will review the functional and structural arrangement and coordination of body joints and how they work together for different body movements.  This course will also review the different joint type (Fibrous, Cartilaginous, Synovial) including the different joint characteristics…

X-ray Imaging Fundamentals.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description In our chapter of X-ray imaging, we will review the discovery and history of X-rays and how things have changed over time.  Refresh your knowledge of how X-ray is generated and how it is affected as it interacts with matter.  Also gain a better understanding…

Radiation Protection for CT & X-ray Procedures.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description Our radiation protection course will refresh your knowledge and understanding of the biological effects of ionizing radiation as well as the different types of radiation and their effective dose.  This course will also review the basics of radiation protection measures when performing CT and X-ray…

Anatomy of the Appendicular Skeleton.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description As a refresher of Appendicular Skeletal Anatomy this CE Course defines the two major subdivisions of the skeletal system: Axial Skeleton and Appendicular Skeleton. Quickly refresh your knowledge on the bones of the upper and lower limbs including the wrists, hands, ankles, and feet and…

Spine Degeneration and Inflammation.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description This chapter will go into depth on how degenerative and inflammatory disorders of the spine develop and how to recognize them using general radiology, CT, PET/CT, and MRI. Some of the disorders reviewed are rheumatoid arthritis (RA), spodyloarthropathies (SpA), ankylosing spondylitis (AS), psoriatic arthritis, reactive…

Pediatrics and 10 Strategies for Digital Radiology.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description Radiation exposure to pediatric patients is of high importance for the safety of the patients. As a result, raising awareness of how to decrease radiation dose, while simultaneously maintaining diagnostic image quality is essential. The campaign created by Image Gently promotes radiation dose awareness to…

Imaging Pathology of the Wrist and Hand.

Course Acceptance List Course Description And Objectives: Objectives Course Description In this chapter, we will review some of the common traumatic injuries affecting the wrist and hand including the evaluation of these injuries affecting the bones, tendons, and ligaments. Described in the chapter are the distinct differences in the types of wrist and hand injuries…