MX2102 - Radiographic Anatomy & Pathology

In this course students will gain a complete understanding of radiographic landmarks and anatomy to competently perform diagnostic imaging procedures. Students will learn to differentiate between structural tissue densities and pathological conditions as they appear on radiographic images. The content learned in this course includes surface landmarks, skeletal, appendicular and axial skeleton. The course will cover anatomical structures, functions, locations and any pathologies relevant to the aforementioned systems.

Prerequisite(s): Successful Completion of 3rd Semester

Corequisite(s): MX2110, MX2410, MX2310, MX2200, MX1620

This course is offered in the following programs:
Medical Radiography