California Xray Technology Course - Chiropractic Doctor


California Xray Technology Course 206
10.0

$199.00 USD

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  • Identify imaging modalities used for head and neck imaging
  • List imaging modalities available for neuro imaging
  • Contrast and compare CT and MRI in brain imaging
  • Indicate conditions suitable for advanced imaging
  • Use advanced imaging to justify treatment and referral
  • Develop and consistently use a complete search pattern for abdominal radiographs.
  • Link the history and physical examination findings with the radiological abnormalities to arrive at a reasonable diagnosis or differential diagnosis.
  • Identify the various soft tissue calcifications within the abdomen and state their clinical relevance.
  • Know the indications for referral based on abnormal abdominal radiographic findings.
  • Select appropriate imaging or other diagnostic procedures based on the history and physical examination.
  • Identify normal/abnormal anatomical structures i.e.: osseous anatomy of the cervical spine
  • Identify, analyze and interpret the importance of an increase ADI
  • Identify normal/abnormal anatomical soft tissue structures (i.e.: calcifications of carotid/vertebral arteries and thyroid cartilage) of the cervical spine
  • Recognize the importance of specific laboratory and diagnostic studies to aid in the differential diagnosis of common radiographic findings to rule out most often seen musculoskeletal disorders of the cervical spine
  • Identify normal/abnormal anatomical structures i.e.: osseous anatomy of the thoracic spine
  • Identify normal/abnormal anatomical soft tissue structures (costal cartilage calcifications, trachea and bronchial air shadows, heart, diaphragm, hilar region, aortic knob etc.)
  • Recognize the importance of specific diagnostic studies to aid in the differential diagnosis of common radiographic findings to rule out most often seen musculoskeletal disorders of the thoracic spine
  • Identify normal/abnormal anatomical structures i.e.: osseous anatomy of the lumbar spine and pelvis
  • Identify normal/abnormal anatomical soft tissue structures i.e.: vascular calcifications like abdominal aortic aneurysm, mesenteric lymph nodes etc
  • Recognize the importance of specific laboratory and diagnostic studies to aid in the differential diagnosis of common radiographic findings to rule out most often seen musculoskeletal disorders of the lumbar, lumbosacral spine and sacroiliac joints
  • Systematically identify features of degenerative conditions of the spine.
  • Identify and correlate x-ray findings with gross anatomy
  • Distinguish types of degenerative changes of the spine
  • Review gross anatomy of the spine
  • Analyze the risk factors and causes of the distal radius fracture in teenagers.
  • Utilize diagnostic imaging to assess the adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS).
  • Describe the risk factors leading to a poor outcome for patients with osteosarcoma.
  • Evaluate the various ways Ewing sarcoma presents on x-ray.
  • Differentiate ganglioneuroma from other neurogenic tumors.
  • Develop and consistently use a complete search pattern for chest radiographs.
  • Recognize and describe the radiological features of a normal lung.
  • Recognize and describe the radiological features of pathology on chest radiographs
  • Link the history and physical examination findings with the radiological abnormalities to arrive at a reasonable diagnosis or differential diagnosis.
  • Discuss the indications for referral based on abnormal chest radiographic findings.
  • Select appropriate imaging or other diagnostic procedures based on the history and physical examination

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