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Radiographic Image Interpretation

Specialisation

The Radiographic Image Interpretation specialisation is designed for practitioners who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills in the interpretation of plain radiography. The objective of this specialisation is to inform students' knowledge of aspects of normal and abnormal plain x-ray appearances focusing on disorders of the axial skeleton, abdomen and chest. Students will develop: advanced skills in critical appraisal and rigorous analysis of the literature as is relates to advanced radiographic practice; a conceptual understanding and ability to evaluate plain radiographic images and recognise radiographic patterns and appearances indicative of pathology.

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Graduate opportunities

Specialisations allow students to investigate an area of interest relevant to their professional practice or area of expertise. A minimum of 4 units of study (24 credit points) are required for each specialisation and each unit of study can only be used for one specialisation. For each specialisation a student will need to complete specified electives and an investigative project via the unit of study,'MRTY5043 Directed Studies A'. Students may achieve more than one specialisation if completing at Masters level.
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