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    Plain X-rays in the Adult Abdomen: Normal Radiograph, Calcifications, Gas and Soft Tissue Abnormalities

    This session will look at the plain radiograph of the abdomen. It will focus on the appearances of abdominal calcifications, gas and soft tissue abnormalities and how a diagnosis can be made. This activity is approved for 1.0 Category A+ CE credits. 

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    Plain X-rays of the Adult Abdomen: Anatomy

    This session will look at anatomy of the abdomen. It will focus on identifying anatomy demonstrated on diagrams. It will briefly describe general physiology in relation to the abdomen.

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    Plain X-rays of the Adult Abdomen: Lines, Instrumentation, Artifacts & Incidental Findings

    This session will look at plain radiographs of the abdomen. It will focus on the appearances of a range of instrumentation and lines which may be encountered when reviewing the plain abdominal radiograph. Part 2 will focus on the appearances of a range of artefacts and incidental findings that...

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    Plain X-rays of the Adult Chest: Airspace Opacification

    This session will look at airspace disease. It will focus on practical aspects of identification of airspace pathology on chest x-rays, and consider the possible causes for the appearances. Radiographic case studies/examples will be used to demonstrate some of the important features.

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    Plain X-rays of the Adult Chest: Emergency, Lines & Instrumentation

    This session focuses on chest radiographs in the Emergency Department and devices seen on chest radiographs. The findings in life-threatening conditions, the indications for devices and the relevant anatomy are described. Mistakes and complications of placement are discussed.

     

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    Plain X-rays of the Adult Chest: General Anatomy and Physiology

    The Image Interpretation series will aid the Radiologic Technologist in understanding image interpretation and evaluation of x-rays; this module will not provide a qualification in image interpretation. You will need to click on the links that are underlined in blue to view the x-rays, graphics...

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    Plain X-rays of the Adult Chest: Hila, Mediastinum & Heart

    This session will focus on the hilar regions and also the mediastinal structures including the heart. The anatomy and common pathology of these areas will be discussed and related to their appearances as seen on chest x-ray.

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    Plain X-rays of the Adult Chest: Interstitial Lung Disease

    This session will look at the interstitial pattern of opacification which is commonly seen in chest x-rays. The anatomy and physiology of the lung interstitium will be presented. This will be correlated with the clinical and radiological features associated with common interstitial lung diseases...

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    Plain X-rays of the Adult Chest: Nodules, Pleural Conditions & Diseases

    The Image Interpretation series will aid the Radiologic Technologist in understanding image interpretation and evaluation of x-rays; this module will not provide a qualification in image interpretation. 

    This session will look at pulmonary nodules, at the pleura, the pleural spaces and...

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    Plain X-rays of the Adult Chest: The Normal Chest X-ray

    Audience: All Radiographers. This course is approved by ASRT for 0.75 Category A+ CE. 

    Prerequisites: Plain x-rays of the Chest: General Anatomy & Physiology is suggested.

    This session will look at the normal appearances of a chest x-ray. It...

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