Radiography of the Skull, Cranial and Facial Bones, and Paranasal Sinuses

  • Skill Level
    expert
  • Lectures
    1 Video
  • Enrolled
    55 students
  • Sample Certificate

What you'll learn

Radiography is a booming branch in medical science which enables clinicians to study the structures internally with devices which work with electricity, rays and sound waves. It is the basic tool in clinical medicine and dentistry which can be used for diagnosis and treatment purposes.
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Radiographic technologists assist in the diagnosis and management of human illness by producing diagnostic images (also called radiographs or X-rays) of relevant patient anatomy. They produce images by utilizing rays like X- rays, gamma rays, or similar ionizing and non ionizing radiation to view the internal structures in the body. During first two decades, radiography was only to diagnose the diseases, fractures during world war.

Initially conventional radiographic techniques with only few planes have been introduced but as the time advanced, newer and more sophisticated techniques have been developed which are enabling the clinicians and radiologists to study deeper into the structures of the body.The core responsibility of a radiologic technologist is the taking of optimal radiographic images suitable for diagnostic purposes, in order to ensure the patient obtains the full benefit of the examination. It is therefore critical to analyse each X-ray image thoroughly, using a step-by-step process, and take corrective action if necessary, in order to produce an optimal image.

The anatomy of the bones of the skull and face is complex, and it is important to understand these structures in order to obtain optimal radiographic projections. This SIMTICS module teaches you how to prepare for, set up, and obtain radiographs of the skull, cranial and facial bones, and paranasal sinuses. Including both practice and test modes, the online simulator features three different patient scenarios. This module offers students and practitioners the knowledge, cognitive skills and a safe practice environment to perform these procedures accurately, in preparation for working in a clinical setting. If you are studying for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists® (ARRT) registry exams, this module is ideal.

Who should attend?

  • General practitioners
  • Primary care physicians
  • Undergraduate medical students (Interns)
  • Postgraduate students in medicine
  • Nurses
  • Life science graduates

Key concepts covered include:

An overview of

  • To practice, perfect, and test your skills in obtaining X-rays of the skull, cranial and facial bones, and paranasal sinuses
    to better visualize and understand the anatomy of the head – especially the skull, cranial and facial bones, and paranasal sinuses – with our 3D anatomical model
  • To identify the indications and contraindications for obtaining radiographic projections of the skull, cranial and facial bones, and paranasal sinuses
  • How to manage the requirements of trauma and pediatric patients
  • How to position a patient to obtain optimal images of the skull, cranial and facial bones, and paranasal sinuses

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*Please note certificate will be available for download post 24 hours of successful course completion with a minimum of 80% score in the quiz.

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