2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
    Mar 02, 2021  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog
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CVI 133 - Radiation Physics & Safety

2 Credit Hours
The fundamentals of x-rays and their imaging from the basics of how they occur to the more sophisticated imaging chain are focused on. Students will also study the specifications and physical characteristics of an x-ray beam, the different imaging modalities and receptors, the controlling factors of x-ray exposures and the effects they have on the beam as well as the resultant image. The different methods of storing that image and the role the computer plays in generating it will be covered. The importance of radiation safety and protection for the patient and the operator will also be addressed.

Prerequisites: PHYS 100   

Corequisites: CVI 133 L  

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