OKZ0188024 – The Objective, Operation, and Exposure of X-Rays of the Spine (1 Credit)

1 STUDENTS ENROLLED

Unlike other parts of the body, the role of X-rays in imaging the spine has not become outdated, and they still play a large role in patients with suspected spine pathology. Whether in the emergency department, or in non-emergent cases as preliminary imaging, before moving on to more advanced and more expensive imaging procedures, radiographs of the spine are very useful in reaching a diagnosis or following up a patient.

 

 

Learning Objectives

After reviewing this article, the student should be able to:

  • Explain the protocols and procedures of spinal X-Rays.
  • Define the anatomy for a spinal X-Ray.
  • Identify the exposure of spinal X-Rays.
  • Understand the technique and pathology of spinal X-Rays.

Course Curriculum

No curriculum found !
TAKE THIS COURSE
  • $7.00
  • Course Certificate

Course Categories

© 2017 Radceus.  All rights reserved.  Web design by BIG THINK Web Creative.