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This is a detailed course on the principles of digital subtraction angiography. It described the physical principles and the clinical applications. it describes issues of radiation safety in DSA. 1 credit category A approved by the ASRT. 8 questions test.
ASRT approved for 3.5 category A. Nuclear Medicine is an excellent review of the principles of nuclear medicine imaging, its clinical applications, useful isotopes and radiation safety. Approved by the ASRT-ARRT for 3.5 CE cat A.
This 5 category A credit course is a detailed overview of the physical principles and clinical applications of mammography including digital mammography, stereotactic breast biopsy, MRI and ultrasound of the breast, nuclear medicine scans of the breast, MQSA and QA regulations.
This course is a detailed review of the diagnostic imaging field from its very beginnings. It covers radiography, mammography, fluoroscopy, DSA and CT. It also covers radiation protection for each modality. 9 credits cat. A approved by the ASRT. It includes 3 credits for radiography, 3 for mammography, two for CT and one credit for radiation protection. 72 questions test.
Digital Radiography Detectors covers current aspects of digital radiography, digital detectors, advantages and limitations of the equipment and diagnostic imaging modality. 2.5 credits category A approved by the ASRT.
The course covers basic principles of conventional and helical CT. A detailed explanation of the digitization process as well as helical CT scanning and imaging parameters is given. The course is accompanied by many examples. 3.5 credits cat. A approved by the ASRT.
This 1.5-credit cat. A course covers both conventional and digital mammography. It offers a solid basis for understanding the new digital mammography equipment. 12 questions questionnaire.
Approved by ASRT for 2.5 credits in the A category. This 2.5-credit cat. A course is a solid introduction to the hardware, software and basic spin-sequences used in MRI today. 20 questions questionnaire.