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eBooks - Available Online 24/7
Hundreds of eBooks are available 24/7 to the Michener community through the LRC. Below is a list of some of the most relevant titles for Radiological Technology.
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Emergency Radiology by
Publication Date: 2007
The purpose is to help improve the reader's skills in ordering and interpreting radiographs. It is a compilation of case studies with a focus on conventional radiographs, as well as noncontrast head CT.
Radiography in the Digital Age by
Publication Date: 2011
This new work provides a good focus on the practice of radiography in the digital age. In all, there are eleven full chapters dealing specifically with digital and electronic imaging concepts. Chapters on Radiation Biology and Protection include an unflinching look at current issues and radiation protection in practice.
Print Books - Available at the LRC
Radiologic Science for Technologists by
Call Number: WN 160 BUS 2017 (short term loan)
Publication Date: 2017
This text is updated with the newest advances in the field of radiological technology. It will help students learn the skills they need to safely and effectively produce high-quality medical images.
Radiographic Image Analysis by
Call Number: WN 160 MCQ 2015 (short term loan)
Publication Date: 2015
This text will help students learn how to produce accurate radiographic images. It details how to evaluate images and avoid improper positioning to produce better images.
Learning Radiology by
Call Number: WN 200 HER 2016 (short term loan)
Publication Date: 2016
This resources provides students with a comprehensive review of what they need to know to effectively interpret medical images of all modalities.
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