SON 109 - Associated Imaging1
An overview of a variety of imaging modalities that includes radiology, nuclear medicine, computer tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging. A major objective is to provide students a basic working knowledge of these modalities in various medical specialties, and the opportunity to explore the relationship that exists between sonography and other imaging modalities. The course will address recent advances in ultrasound instrumentation, e.g., use of biopsy guides and improved needle visualization, which have led to increased sonographic applications in performance of invasive procedures such as aspiration, biopsy, and drainage actions.
Note(s): Open to Diagnostic Medical Sonography degree students only.
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