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    Feb 29, 2024  
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog 
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ANT 650 - Anatomical Techniques: Medical Imaging Applied to Anatomy Education

Credit Hours: 2
Provides a foundation for applying the principles and methods of interpretation of radiology to the study of gross anatomy.  Trains the teaching anatomist in the basic contrast mechanisms and anatomical interpretation of the following modalities:

      - plain film radiography (PF)

      - x-ray computed tomography (CT)

      - magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

      - nuclear medicine scanning (NUC)

      - ultrasound (US)

All body regions and selected systems (arterial, venous, CSF/sub-arachnoid space, etc.) will be covered.  Cross-sectional imaging will be emphasized.  Clinical cases will provide correlations between the material studied and applied in gross anatomy lecture and, especially, laboratory. Within this context, methods of application to anatomical education will be mastered.

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