RADR 2217 F1 - Radiographic Pathology
An overview of the disease process and common diseases and their appearance on medical images.
Radiographic pathology is the study of disease processes visualized radiographically.
The purpose of this course is to provide the second-year radiography student with a basic working knowledge of pathology as it pertains to diagnostic medical radiography.
This course presents those pathologic conditions that are most commonly encountered by the staff of the radiology department and the medical terminology associated with those pathologic conditions.
Semester Hours 2.
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