3.5 category A credit course approved by the ASRT. A detailed and updated review of the physiology and pathology of osteoporosis and osteopenia followed by a detailed analysis of the current screening and diagnostic imaging techniques.
The course covers basic principles of conventional and helical CT. A detailed explanation of the digitization process as well as helical CT scanning and imaging parameters is given. The course is accompanied by many examples. 3.5 credits cat. A approved by the ASRT.
Digital Radiography Detectors covers current aspects of digital radiography, digital detectors, advantages and limitations of the equipment and diagnostic imaging modality. 2.5 credits category A aproved by the ASRT.
This course is a detailed review of the diagnostic imaging field from its very beginnings. It covers radiography, mammography, fluoroscopy, DSA and CT. It also covers radiation protection for each modality. 9 credits cat. A approved by the ASRT. The course offer 4 CE in radiography, 3 CE in mammography and 2 CE in CT.
This 5 category A credit course is a detailed overview of the physical principles and clinical applications of mammography including digital mammography, stereotactic breast biopsy, MRI and ultrasound of the breast, nuclear medicine scans of the breast, MQSA and QA regulations.
This is a detailed course on the principles of digital subtraction angiography. It described the physical principles and the clinical applications. it describes issues of radiation safety in DSA. 1 credit category A approved by the ASRT.
A simple introduction to the concepts of nuclear spin, magnetic moments, nuclear magnetic resonance, image construction in MRI and fundamental spin sequences. A very helpful review of the basic MRI principles.
A detailed and comprehensive course in conventional and digital mammography (3 credits each) that includes the history, basic principles, positioning, epidemiology of breast cancer, quality assurance and MQSA, radiation dose and radiation protection.
A comprehensive course covering the systems of the human body, the principles of X-ray diagnostic imaging and the clinical applications of radiography, mammography (both conventional and digital), CT, digital subtraction angiography, fluoroscopy, quality assurance and radiation protection. the 8 credits are split as: 2 radiography, 2 mammography, 1 CT, 1 DSA and 2 radiation protection.