Diseases, Procedures and Beyond in Nuclear Medicine contains a selection of 24 separate courses designed to fulfill the continuing education requirements for Radiology. The coursebook includes general radiology material as well as specialized courses on ultrasound, mammography, MRI and nuclear medicine. Course descriptions and learning objectives are provided with individual course PDFs, and there is a comprehensive final exam.
This course is 100% Online and ASRT-approved.
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At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
1 Final Exam (120 Questions)
- Define the biological effects of radiation
- Identify the diagnosing and treatment options for Hepatitis C
- Describe diagnostic tests for Inflammatory Bowel disease
- Summarize the Code of Ethics for Radiologic Technologists
- Explain spiral CT and its use in diagnosing lung cancers
- Assess treatment options for non-melanoma skin cancers
- Recognize types of ovarian cancers
- Discuss reasons for the varying sensitivity of body cells to ionizing radiation
- Solve algebraic equations for proportions and ratios in imaging
- Describe the advantages and disadvantages of sentinel lymph node biopsy
- Compare past and current practices of topical ointment use in treatments
- Understand the three different radiation syndromes
- Discuss statistics on male breast disease
- Explain radio frequency and the direct effect on proton alignment
- Differentiate between recommending and regulatory radiation agencies
- List clinical indications for neurosonography
- List new technologies that improve the gray-scale image
- Define spatial resolution
- Define human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
- Understand the importance of providing quality patient care.