VET 265 - Veterinary Radiology
This course introduces the principles of radiation as a diagnostic tool. X-rays and their production, differences in film types and intensifying screens, technique charts, position of the patient for radiographing, use and care of equipment, darkroom procedures and film storage, special radiographic procedures, and radiation poisoning and protection from radiation are covered. Proper methods of radiographing patients in order to produce a good quality radiograph with a minimum of risk are stressed. Students will be required to participate in radiographing animals.
Prerequisite(s): VET 133 , VET 140 , and VET 145 , each with a grade of C or better
Pre/Corequisite(s): VET 134 with a grade of C or better (if taken as a prerequisite)
Additional Course Fee: $50 Course Equipment and Materials Fee. All fees subject to change
Note: Restricted to Veterinary Technician Students. Current tetanus vaccination, current rabies vaccination, and proof of health insurance coverage are required.
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