X-ray examination technique - protocols for X-ray laboratory technicians
An up-to-date guide with a practical and fundamental focus, providing quickly accessible information needed in the daily practice of all X-ray technicians
Radiographic Examination Technique - Protocols for X-ray Laboratory Technicians - The specialized medical imaging literature has long needed an up-to-date, concise, yet sufficiently comprehensive and well-illustrated presentation of central techniques. They are the basis of conventional radiology. Writing such a guide that is up-to-date and richly informative, yet appropriately structured. Clearly and understandably, it is too difficult a task for any author.
Radiographic Technique - Protocols for X-ray Laboratory Technicians - This manual is an attempt to bring together the knowledge of the past with that of the present. The goal is to align our medical education in diagnostic imaging with that of European countries. It is also worth noting that when reading and using such a guide, to achieve an easier understanding and effective absorption of the data provided. It is of particular importance to have a logical sequence and internal structuring of the individual sections.
In this direction, we have tried to achieve a uniform systematization and balance of the entire material. The presented cases are from real practice, accurate, precisely detailed, with a modern approach to conventional X-ray examinations.
The correct and accurate execution of the algorithms of the individual centerings of the upper and lower limbs, the skull and the spine requires the observance of a number of basic rules, as well as solid anatomical knowledge.
The modern guide presented is practical and fundamental in focus and provides quickly accessible information. So necessary in the daily practice of all X-ray laboratory technicians, interns and "Image diagnostics" specialists.
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- Protocols for X-ray laboratory technicians