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Overview

Through an integrated approach, this book includes everything radiography students need to know for exam success and competency in clinical practice.

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some two-color illustrations.

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Reviewer: Susan Lura Sanson, MEd, RT (R)(QM)(Concordia University of Wisconsin)
Description: This is a new positioning and procedures book with a refreshing approach to the subject. It covers all content areas included in the ASRT curriculum guide. Chapter outlines and objectives are presented along with an applied medical terminology section. Critical thinking is promoted with well developed review questions and a "film critique" at the end of each unit.
Purpose: It is an excellent resource for learning a very complex subject. The integrated approach taken by the authors brings together all aspects of the clinical setting. Each chapter, when appropriate, includes pediatric, geriatric, mobile, and trauma radiography.
Audience: This text is designed for the student radiographer.
Features: Color is used to highlight various radiographs and diagrams. Side-by-side radiographs, one demonstrating the traditional projection and an identical radiograph with all anatomy outlined in color are included to aide the student in developing a deeper understanding of anatomy. This approach also enhances the students' ability to recognize and understand positioning/procedural errors. Supplements to the book, an applications manual and competency manual, will be a welcomed addition to a procedures course.
Assessment: This book will not replace a positioning atlas but will facilitate student comprehension of a very complex subject. Procedure is the basis of the radiologic profession and the use of this book will provide a solid foundation for the student radiographer. I highly recommend this book for use in a first year Radiographic Procedures course. It is not very often I become excited about a textbook, but the unique layout and wonderful illustrations make this text a must. The authors' integrated approach and concise layout will enhance any procedures course. Our faculty is looking forward to using this text and the supplements next semester.
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Reviewer: Susan Lura Sanson, MEd, RT(R)(QM)(Concordia University of Wisconsin)
Description: This is a new positioning and procedures book with a refreshing approach to the subject. It covers all content areas included in the ASRT curriculum guide. Chapter outlines and objectives are presented along with an applied medical terminology section. Critical thinking is promoted with well developed review questions and a "film critique" at the end of each unit.
Purpose: It is an excellent resource for learning a very complex subject. The integrated approach taken by the authors brings together all aspects of the clinical setting. Each chapter, when appropriate, includes pediatric, geriatric, mobile, and trauma radiography.
Audience: This text is designed for the student radiographer.
Features: Color is used to highlight various radiographs and diagrams. Side-by-side radiographs, one demonstrating the traditional projection and an identical radiograph with all anatomy outlined in color are included to aide the student in developing a deeper understanding of anatomy. This approach also enhances the students' ability to recognize and understand positioning/procedural errors. Supplements to the book, an applications manual and competency manual, will be a welcomed addition to a procedures course.
Assessment: This book will not replace a positioning atlas but will facilitate student comprehension of a very complex subject. Procedure is the basis of the radiologic profession and the use of this book will provide a solid foundation for the student radiographer. I highly recommend this book for use in a first year Radiographic Procedures course. It is not very often I become excited about a textbook, but the unique layout and wonderful illustrations make this text a must. The authors' integrated approach and concise layout will enhance any procedures course. Our faculty is looking forward to using this text and the supplements next semester.
Susan Lura Sanson
This is a new positioning and procedures book with a refreshing approach to the subject. It covers all content areas included in the ASRT curriculum guide. Chapter outlines and objectives are presented along with an applied medical terminology section. Critical thinking is promoted with well developed review questions and a ""film critique"" at the end of each unit. It is an excellent resource for learning a very complex subject. The integrated approach taken by the authors brings together all aspects of the clinical setting. Each chapter, when appropriate, includes pediatric, geriatric, mobile, and trauma radiography. This text is designed for the student radiographer. Color is used to highlight various radiographs and diagrams. Side-by-side radiographs, one demonstrating the traditional projection and an identical radiograph with all anatomy outlined in color are included to aide the student in developing a deeper understanding of anatomy. This approach also enhances the students' ability to recognize and understand positioning/procedural errors. Supplements to the book, an applications manual and competency manual, will be a welcomed addition to a procedures course. This book will not replace a positioning atlas but will facilitate student comprehension of a very complex subject. Procedure is the basis of the radiologic profession and the use of this book will provide a solid foundation for the student radiographer. I highly recommend this book for use in a first year Radiographic Procedures course. It is not very often I become excited about a textbook, but the unique layout and wonderful illustrations make this text a must. The authors' integrated approach and conciselayout will enhance any procedures course. Our faculty is looking forward to using this text and the supplements next semester.
Booknews
Based on the by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, and on the authors' belief that an atlas may not be the best resource available from which students can learn radiographic positioning and procedures. The textbook includes common pedagogical elements, and incorporates medical terminology, basic anatomy, and critical thinking exercises. It also includes information on pediatric and geriatric patients, mobile and trauma radiography, and equipment and exposure factors. 12x10<">. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780838582381
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/2/1997
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 565
  • Product dimensions: 9.94 (w) x 12.20 (h) x 1.43 (d)

Table of Contents

Contents in Detail
Contributors
Preface
Acknowledgments
A Guide to Key Features
1 Introduction to Radiography 1
2 Respiratory System 29
3 Abdomen 57
4 Introduction to the Musculoskeletal System 81
5 Upper Limb (Extremity) 101
6 Shoulder Girdle 149
7 Lower Limb (Extremity) 169
8 Pelvic Girdle 219
9 Bony Thorax 247
10 Vertebral Column 267
11 Skull 319
12 Facial Bones & Paranasal Sinuses 357
13 Introduction to Contrast Studies 399
14 Urinary System 415
15 Digestive System 437
16 Biliary System 485
17 Mammography 503
18 Cardiovascular System 527
Bibliography 549
Index 551
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