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Career Success Secrets for RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGISTS
Take x-rays and Computerized Axial Tomography (CAT or CT) scans or administer nonradioactive
materials into patient's blood stream for diagnostic purposes. Includes... More > technologists who specialize
in other modalities, such as computed tomography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance.
Sample of reported job titles: Radiologic Technologist (RT), X-Ray Technologist, MRI Technologist
(Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist), Computed Tomography Technologist (CT
Technologist), Mammographer, Radiology Technologist, Mammography Technologist,
Radiographer, Radiological Technologist, Computed Tomography Radiologic Technologist (CT Rt)< Less
Career Success Secrets for RADIOLOGIC TECHNICIANS
Maintain and use equipment and supplies necessary to demonstrate portions of the human body on
x-ray film or fluoroscopic screen for diagnostic purposes.
Sample of reported job... More > titles: Radiologic Technician (RT), X-Ray Technician (X-Ray Tech)< Less
Journal of Surgical Radiology | January 2012
The Journal of Surgical Radiology is an open-access, peer-reviewed medical journal with more than 50,000 subscribers around the world. Indexed in leading medical databases, this journal publishes... More > original research on cutting edge topics in surgery and radiology.< Less
Taming the Rays
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A history of ionising radiation, our understanding of it and of the harm it can cause. How the ways we exploited it, managed it and measured it changed during the twentieth century. Also available as... More > an ebook.< Less
Broken Bones: The X-Ray Atlas of Fractures
This is an atlas of fractures, as demonstrated by x-ray images (radiographs and computed tomography). It is intended for the use of anyone with an interest in fractures. In Chapter 1, we illustrate... More > fractures and dislocations involving the hand. In Chapter 2, we show fractures and dislocations of the wrist, including fractures and dislocations of the individual carpal bones. Chapter 3 begins with forearm injuries, continues with elbow fractures and dislocations, and ends with humeral shaft fractures. In Chapter 4, we illustrate fractures and dislocations about the shoulder and shoulder girdle. We show examples of fractures and dislocations of the spine in Chapter 5. Injuries of the pelvic ring are covered in Chapter 6, including fractures of the acetabulum and hip. In Chapter 7, we show injuries of the femoral shaft and knee. Chapter 8 covers injuries of the lower leg and ankle. In Chapter 9, we illustrate fractures and dislocations of the foot. Chapter 10 is devoted to fractures and dislocations of the face.< Less
Medical Student's Guide to the Plain Chest Film
The 2012 version of the Medical Student's Guide to the Plain Chest Film. This began as a handout for a class that I teach to medical students at Vanderbilt, but it has grown quite a bit to include my... More > "CLAVICLE" method for analyzing chest films and a case book (separate download) for practice.
This materially would ideally be taught after a student has had some initial clinical experience but before he/she has had the time to learn bad habits from those who never learned how to properly look at a chest film. Unfortunately, such a time never really exists. I introduce this material (and provide these handouts) during the second year of medical school and then I teach it more in depth during the radiology clerkship for fourth-year medical students. I believe that all medical students should have some level of comfort with the plain chest film, and this book covers what I consider to be the "core" material. It also provides a simple, yet complete, systematic method for analyzing every chest film.< Less
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