This textbook for radiographers is intended to support the current
and future needs fo radiographers' clinical practice. The book is
broken down into three sections: the role of the radiographer in
diagnostic imaging; the range of imaging modalities available,
which include X-ray, ultrasound, MR and nuclear medicine; and the
clinical application of radiography to the various body systems -
which makes up the bulk of the text. In particular, the book
focuses on the examinations that radiographers conduct, emphasizing
the independence of radiography practice and the pivotal role of
radiographers in ensuring that the most appropriate examination is
carried out relative to the given clinical history, presenting
clinical signs and symptoms, and the general and specific condition
of the patient. The book takes the stance that all diagnostic
imaging techniques fall within the scope of radiographers' practice
and theat radiographers work in a wide variety of settings.
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