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Course: Radiography - Plain X-rays in the Adult/Pediatric

Module: Image Interpretation - Cross-sectional Imaging: Anatomy of the Brain

Module Description:
Audience:All Radiologic Technologists. This course is approved by ASRT for 0.75 Category A+ CE.
Prerequisites: None
This session will look at the anatomy of the brain. It will focus on identifying key structures within the brain in a diagrammatic format, in preparation for radiological brain image interpretation.


Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this module, the participant will be able to:
* Identify the lobes and sulci of the brain
* Identify the main components of the basal ganglia
* Identify and name the ventricles and major cerebrospinal fluid spaces
* Identify the major blood vessels supplying the brain


Author: COR College of Radiographers
About the author:

The Society and College of Radiographers is the professional body for practitioners in medical imaging, radiation therapy and oncology in the United Kingdom. The following high-quality, structured programme  has been authored by clinical and academic experts and meets the College’s strict criteria for approval, with regard to educational and clinical practice standards. It should be noted that completion of this programme does not of itself confer fitness to undertake formal, clinical reporting. The programme does provide a sound theoretical basis for health care professionals to develop their image interpretation or initial reporting skills, with unquestionable and significant benefits to healthcare services, referrers and patients.


Sponsor and/or Accreditation: American Society of Radiologic Technologists Category A+
Credits: 0.75
Price: $15.00
Module Expiration Date:
12/1/2019: 12:00 PM(Eastern Time)
Study Days Available:
4 months and 10 days



Sponsor and/or Accreditation: International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists
Credits: 0.75
Price: $15.00
Module Expiration Date:
12/1/2019: 12:00 PM(Eastern Time)
Study Days Available:
4 months and 10 days