This UOS is a core radiographic science subject that builds upon the knowledge of MRTY2101 and MRTY2105 with intermediate-complex imaging concepts, such as fluoroscopy, CT, MRI and interventional imaging. There is a focus on the use of various forms contrast media in radiographic examinations.Radiographic Science 3 includes cross sectional imaging, using CT and MRI images of the central nervous system, hepato-biliary and gastrointestinal systems . This UOS will also extend the students' knowledge of plain radiographic examinations (mobile and fixed units) in trauma and operating theatre scenarios, as well as involve discussion of interventional radiology concepts
1 x mid-semester exam (20%), group presentation (30%), 1 x 2- hr written exam exam (50%)
"Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy by K.L.Bontrager and J.P.Lampignano,7th edition (or more recent),Mosby Elsevier. Sectional Anatomy for Imaging Professionals by .L.Kelley and C.M.Petersen;2nd edition (or more recent),Mosby Elsevier. "
MRTY2101 AND MRTY2105