MXRP 302 – Radiological Imaging and Processing 2
Dr Mohamed El Safwany, MD.
- Ahmed El Dreiny
- Atef Kamal
At the end of the course, the students will be able to;
1- Understanding how to produce diagnostic radiographic imaging.
2- Formulate techniques to optimize image quality, minimize patient exposure, and preserve equipment.
3- Apply methods of image quality assurance.
4- Adapt technical variables to changing conditions.
A continuation of the study of radiographic imaging technique formulation, image quality assurance, and the synthesis of all variables in image production. Discusses equipment maintenance, equipment troubleshooting, departmental design and administration. Explores innovative techniques of imaging. The student will formulate techniques to optimize image quality, minimize patient exposure, and preserve equipment; apply methods of image quality assurance; and adapt technical variables to changing conditions.
- Mid-Term 15
- Interactive Learning 7
- Assignment 3
- Final exam (Practical) 25
- Final exam (Written) 50
- Total 100
Clark’s positioning and techniques- David Sutton’s Radiology