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RADT 205. Applied Human Structure and Function

Credits: 2
Department: Radiologic Technology
Description: Basic human structure and function with emphasis on the relationship of structure and function to radiologic studies.
Semester Offered:
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Summer
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Identify bony landmarks appropriate to Radiologic Technology.
2. State and locate appropriate patient anatomy and state and use appropriate patient positioning for imaging of the thorax.
3. State and locate appropriate patient anatomy and state and use appropriate patient positioning for imaging of the abdomen and GI area.
4. State and locate appropriate patient anatomy and state and use appropriate patient positioning for urological studies.
5. State and locate appropriate patient anatomy and state and use appropriate patient positioning for imaging of the spine and pelvis.
6. State and locate appropriate patient anatomy and state and use appropriate patient positioning for imaging of the head.
7. State and locate appropriate patient anatomy and state and use appropriate patient positioning for imaging of the extremities.
8. Explain the human physiology corresponding to six different anatomic areas.






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