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RAD 1223 - CT CROSS SECTION ANATOMY
Prerequisite: Successful completion of an AAS in Radiologic Technology
This course is a comprehensive review of the study of human anatomy as viewed in cross-section. A comparison will be made of planar anatomy to cross-sectional anatomy and how they relate to computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. This course includes the cranium, anatomical structure in brain, chest abdomen, spine, and pelvis. Required relationship and research of cross-sectional pathology.

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Description Prerequisite: Successful completion of an AAS in Radiologic Technology
This course is a comprehensive review of the study of human anatomy as viewed in cross-section. A comparison will be made of planar anatomy to cross-sectional anatomy and how they relate to computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. This course includes the cranium, anatomical structure in brain, chest abdomen, spine, and pelvis. Required relationship and research of cross-sectional pathology.
Prerequisites Instructor Permission Required from WILKERSON, KIMBERLY LYNN or Instructor Permission Required from HEISNER, HOLLY RENEE
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 2.00
Credit Types Standard

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