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Physics of radiology

Course Arabicname

Course Credithours

3

Course Description

Diagnostic radiography is the use of x-rays in the production of an image of part of a patient's body, to diagnose a disease or the extent of damage followings trauma.

Diagnostic x-ray units may be static or mobile and may be used to produce images on x-ray film or a TV monitor. Other imaging modalities include computerized tomography (CT), radionuclide imaging, magnetic resonance imaging and diagnostic ultrasound.

The aim of this course is to give students a basic understanding of how x-rays are produced and their effects and uses so that you can apply this understanding to your clinical practice in either radiotherapy or diagnostic radiography.‚Äč

Course Linenumber

Course Name

Physics of radiology

Course Syllabus

https://www.just.edu.jo/FacultiesandDepartments/FacultyofAppliedMedScs/Depts/AlliedMedSciences/Documents/RA%20Syllabus/RAD%20211-Physics%20of%20Radiology%20syllabus.pdf
Created at 6/29/2016 10:30 by Saddam Kana'an
Last modified at 1/25/2017 10:47 by Mohammad Yabroudi