2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog

RAD 49411 Pathology II

Examination of pathologic conditions related to various procedures. Introduction to pathology is the study of significant diseases, which present radiologic findings. Studies will include the diagnosis, etiology, symptoms, treatment and radiographic correlations of central nervous system, cardiovascular, endocrine system, fluid and hemodynamic disorders and liver, pancreas, biliary systems, neoplasia, breast, skin and muscles. Students will learn how to select proper exposure factors for the pathology that is in existence and how the pathology will appear on radiographic images. Prerequisite: RAD 49404 with a minimum grade of C.

Credits

2