Nuclear Medicine Technology

  • RADI-R 404 Sectional Imaging Anatomy (3 cr.) An in-depth study of sectional anatomy pertinent to ultrasound, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging. Standard traverse, parasaggital, and coronal planes are included, using images from all three imaging modalities. A discussion of technique, artifact, and pathology-related alterations of cross-sectional anatomic appearances included.
  • RADI-R 407 Seminar (1-5 cr.) Selected topics.
  • RADI-R 408 Topics in Radiologic Sciences (.5-4 cr.) Study of selected topics in radiologic sciences. May be repeated once for credit if topics differ.
  • RADI-R 410 Project in Nuclear Medicine Technology (1-3 cr.) Independent readings and research on a selected topic in nuclear medicine technology. A paper in publishable form must be written as part of the project.
  • RADI-R 412 Physics and Instrumentation of Nuclear Medicine I (2 cr.) An introduction to the physical disciplines of nuclear medicine. Lectures and laboratory exercises on radiation physics, computer programming, and the statistics of radiation measurements.
  • RADI-R 417 Physics and Instrumentation of Nuclear Medicine II (2 cr.) A continuation of RADI-R 412. Lectures and exercises on electronic principles, the operational fundamentals of radiation counting devices and imaging systems, and quality assurance programs.
  • RADI-R 422 Radionuclide Measurements (2 cr.) Lectures and laboratory sessions emphasizing the clinical utilization of nuclear counting and imaging systems and principles of quantitative measurements.
  • RADI-R 427 Radiopharmaceuticals (2 cr.) Lectures and laboratories concerning properties and preparation of radiopharmaceuticals.
  • RADI-R 432 Application of Radionuclides I (3 cr.) Lectures covering the clinical aspects of nuclear medicine procedures, including the physiological and technical procedures for each type of study.
  • RADI-R 433 Application of Radionuclides II (2 cr.) P: RADI R432. Lectures covering the clinical aspects of nuclear medicine procedures. Includes pathology related to procedures and the role technologists play in helping physicians gather information for accurate interpretations.
  • RADI-R 437 Radiation Protection in Nuclear Medicine (1 cr.) Lectures on the principles of radiation protection in nuclear medicine.
  • RADI-R 445 Clinical Nuclear Medicine Practicum I (4-8 cr.) Practical clinical application of nuclear medicine theory.
  • RADI-R 446 Clinical Nuclear Medicine Practicum II (2-8 cr.) Continuation of RADI R445.
  • RADI-R 447 Clinical Nuclear Medicine Practicum III (2-8 cr.) Continuation of RADI R446.