Diagnostic Imaging - Occupational Therapist

Diagnostic Imaging 107

The Leg, Ankle and Foot


2.0

  • Recall the three standard views of the leg and the foot and their purposes
  • Identify normal and pathologic alignment of the standard views
  • Identify normal and pathologic densities and dimensions of the leg, foot, and ankle
  • Identify normal and pathologic cartilage
  • Identify the normal and pathologic presentation of soft tissue
  • Given a history and x-ray film, identify film abnormalities
  • Given x-ray film abnormalities, use that information to adjust a therapy treatment program


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Diagnostic Imaging 106

The Elbow, Wrist and Hand


2.0

  • Recall the three standard elbow views, three standard wrist views, three standard hand views, two standard thumb views, and the phalanges view and their purposes
  • Identify the normal and pathologic alignment of the standard views of the elbow, wrist, and hand
  • Identify the normal and pathologic dimensions and densities of the elbow, wrist, and hand bones
  • Identify normal and pathologic cartilage
  • Identify the normal and pathologic presentation of soft tissue
  • Identify film abnormalities, given a history and x-ray film
  • Use x-ray film information to adjust a therapy treatment program


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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$38.00 USD

Diagnostic Imaging 105

The Shoulder


2.0

  • Recall the seven standard views of the shoulder and AC joint and their purposes
  • Identify the normal and abnormal alignment in the seven standard views of the shoulder and AC joint
  • Identify the normal and abnormal densities of the shoulder
  • Identify the normal and abnormal cartilage
  • Identify the normal and abnormal presentation of soft tissue
  • Identify fi lm abnormalities, given a history and x-ray film
  • Use that information to adjust a treatment program, given x-ray film abnormalities


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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$38.00 USD

Diagnostic Imaging 104

The Knee


2.0

  • Recall the four standard knee views and their purposes
  • Identify the normal and abnormal alignment of the knee
  • Identify normal and abnormal densities of the knee
  • Identify normal and abnormal cartilage on plain films
  • Identify the normal and abnormal presentation of soft tissue
  • Identify film abnormalities, given a history and x-ray film
  • Use information from x-ray films to adjust a therapy treatment program


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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$38.00 USD

Diagnostic Imaging 103

The Hip


2.0

  • Recall the two standard views of the hip joint and their purposes
  • Identify the normal and abnormal alignment in the standard views of the hip and pelvis
  • Identify normal and abnormal densities and dimensions of the hip
  • Identify normal and abnormal cartilage
  • Identify the normal and abnormal presentation of soft tissue
  • Identify film abnormalities, given a history and x-ray film
  • Use that information to adjust a  therapy treatment program, given x-ray film abnormalities


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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$38.00 USD

Diagnostic Imaging 102

The Cervical Spine


2.0

  • Recall the five standard cervical spine views and their purposes
  • Identify normal and abnormal alignment of the five standard views
  • Identify normal and abnormal densities or dimensions of the cervical spine
  • Identify normal and abnormal cartilage
  • Identify normal and abnormal soft tissue findings in the cervical spine
  • Identify film abnormalities, given a history and x-ray film
  • Use information from x-ray films to adjust a physical therapy treatment program


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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$38.00 USD

Diagnostic Imaging 101

The Physics of Medical Imaging


2.0

  • Explain the basic science involving the production of x-rays,  computed tomography scans, bone scans, and magnetic resonance imaging
  • Discuss the advantages of having fundamental knowledge regarding how different imaging systems work
  • Become familiar with the production of x-rays
  • List the benefits of digital radiography
  • Discuss the indications for  x-ray vs. CT scan vs. bone scans  vs, MRI
  • Examine the basic physics of MRI
  • Compare and contrast various imaging modalities
  • Discuss clinical application and how being able to interpret radiographs can enhance your treatment


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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$38.00 USD