LIMITED RADIOGRAPHY, 4e is an ideal resource for beginning radiography students and limited radiographer training. Presenting both core radiographic theory and radiographic anatomy and positioning, the text teaches students theory as well as the skills they will need to know as professionals. Each chapter begins with an explanation of its correlation to the Limited Scope of Practice in Radiography Examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), while end-of-chapter Review Questions help students test their own knowledge. A comprehensive resource for limited radiographers, the fourth edition features a new full-color design, more than 400 new images, and five all-new chapters providing step-by-step instructions and images for radiographic positioning.
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Introduction to Limited Radiography The Occupation
Occupational Standards Relationships and Communication
Medical Ethics and Legal Aspects of Health Care
Medical Asepsis and Patient Care
Radiographic Tube and Radiation Production
Fundamentals of Radiographic Exposure
Introduction to Positioning
Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning Chest and Abdomen
Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning Upper Extremity
Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning Lower Extremity
Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning Spine
Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning Skull Facial Bones and Paranasal Sinuses
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