Radiology CEU -
Accident and Emergency Radiology: A Survival Guide 8 hrs Anatomy Coloring Workbook 22 hrs Breast Cancer Imaging: Local Perspectives and Problematic Types 29.5 hrs Breast Cancer Imaging: Metastases and Considerations 19 hrs Comprehensive Radiologic Pathology 14.5 hrs Digital and Radiographic Imaging 7 hrs ECG Interpretation 12 hrs M.R.I. Techniques in Radiology 11.5 hrs Mammographic Imaging in Radiology 13.5 hrs Multi-Modality Essentials in Radiology 24 hrs Patient Care in Radiography 10 hrs Physiology Coloring Workbook 21 hrs
ARRT® CE requirements for radiology CE credits
24 CE hours must be earned every 2 years for all Registered Technologists & Registered Radiologist Assistants.
ARRT® CE requirements apply to all ARRT Registered Technologists and Registered Radiologist Assistants.
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NEW!! SNMTS Members Can Now Transfer Radiology CEU Credits to ARRT Electronically
(July 9, 2009) — Reporting radiology CME, radiology ce or Xray CE credits to the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) just got easier for members of the Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section (SNMTS) who opt-in on the SNM website.
R.T.s who choose to complete their ARRT renewal of registration online will be able to see the number of radiology CME credits that ASRT and/or SNMTS have reported. Those who have met the requirements for their biennium will be able to proceed with their renewal, and those with partial credits can simply add in the remaining radiology CME credits they have completed.
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Sample Radiology CME Course Descriptions (Book & Online Exam)
Breast Cancer Imaging: Local Perspectives & Problematic Types - Radiology CME
Our textbook course with online final illustrates the best practices for all facets of breast cancer imaging -
- screening of asymptomatic patients
- assessing efficacy of treatment
Contributing authors from a wide range of subspecialties provide well-rounded guidance to meet the needs of today's multidisciplinary work environment.
Radiographic Imaging Sciences - Radiology CME
Our radiographic imaging sciences textbook provides the radiographer with an overview of radiological science & fundamentals of :
Radiography for Limited Practice I - Radiology CME
Our radiography for limited paractice course provides a comprehensive review of all the fundamental topics of limited radiology for radiologic technologists and limited radiographers.
Part I includes:
- positioning and patient care
Anatomy In Sectional Images I - Radiology CME
- Part I of this anatomy course focuses on the chest, abdomen and the male & female pelvis. It gives the radiographer a thorough practical approach to the fundamental elements of cross-sectional anatomy using:
- computed tomography images
- magnetic resonance images
- followed with correlating live drawings
Breast Imaging - Radiology CME
In this course the Mammographer will review
- principles of mammographic imaging;
- methods used to produce quality mammograms;
- breast diseases and images of mammographic pathology.
Included are over 400 radiographic images of common breast lesions, a practical guide to use at work. Text included: Breast Imaging Companion by Gilda Cardenosa, MD.
Comprehensive Radiologic Pathology - Radiology CME
This radiology CME home study course is a practical review of the common diseases encountered in daily practice. Review of major body systems with focus on anatomical structures, imaging considerations and radiographic findings.
Diagnostic Echocardiography - Radiology CME
This radiology CME course for the cardiac sonographer will review the most current information on the fundamental principles & practices of echocardiography. Beginning are basic concepts of cardiac anatomy and physiology to specific cardiac pathologies associated with echocardiographic findings.. Includes
- anatomy & physiology of the heart,
- applications of cardiac sonography with focus on transthoracic, transesophageal and stress.
Digital Mammography - Radiology CME
This Digital Mammography course puts the future of breast Imaging into focus! This unique radiology CE course provides a comprehensive coverage and step by step guidance to understand and use digital mammography in the detection of breast cancer. Everything from physics and communication system (PACS) issues are addressed. Included are the most current clinical trials and evidence based support for the use of filmless mammography. Xray cetext included: Digital Mammography, by Etta D. Pisano, Martin J. Yaffe, and Cherie M. Kuzmiak
Accident and Emergency Radiology: A Survival Guide - Radiology CME
This Xray CE course focuses on common injuries and abnormalities that are frequently overlooked or misinterpreted as the student learns how to examine and accurately interpret x-rays. Each chapter focuses on the basic radiographs required, important anatomy, normal variants, a system for inspecting suggested views, types of injury, and ends with a summary of key points.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The article focuses on radiology as a medical specialty. See also medical imaging.
For industrial application, see Radiography.
Examination of an X-ray exposure, 2007Radiology is the branch or specialty of medicine that deals with the study and application of imaging technology like x-ray and radiation to diagnosing and treating disease.
Radiologists are physicians that utilize an array of imaging technologies (such as ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, positron emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)) to diagnose or treat disease. Interventional radiology is the performance of (usually minimally invasive) medical procedures with the guidance of imaging technologies. The acquisition of medical imaging is usually carried out by the radiographer or radiologic technologist.
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Screening mammogram for younger women reduces treatment risks
January 30, 2014 -- In addition to finding breast cancer earlier and thus reducing mortality rates, screening mammography for women ages 40 to 49 reduces their need for chemotherapy and their exposure to its risks, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Roentgenology
Some Radiology Acronyms
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has revolutionized imaging of the central nervous system (CNS), secondary to superb soft-tissue contrast and multiplanar capabilities. The various diagnostic pulse sequences developed sound like an alphabet soup.
CE-FAST Contrast enhanced Fourier acquired steady state
CE-FFE T1 Contrast enhanced fast field echo (T1-weighted)
CE-FFE T2 Contrast enhanced fast field echo (T2-weighted)
DE FGR Driven equilibrium fast gradient recalled acquisition in the steady state
E-SHORT Steady state gradient echo with spin echo sampling
FAST Fourier acquired steady state
FE Field echo
FEDIF Field echo with echo time set for water and fat signals in opposition
FEER Field even echo by reversal
FESUM Field echo with echo time set for water and fat signals in phase
FFE Fast field echo
FGR Fast gradient recalled acquisition in the steady state
FISP Fast imaging with steady precession
FRE Field reversal echo
FS Fast scan
FSE Fast spin echo
FSE T2 (GE) &
F-SHORT Steady state gradient echo based on free induction decay
FSPGR Fast spoiled gradient recalled
GE Gradient echo
GFE Gradient field echo
GFEC Gradient field echo with contrast
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