Radiography: Proper Positioning for Dogs and Cats, Part 2
In part 2 of this archive webinar, Dr. Constance DeHaan reviews the basic concepts of radiographic positioning for thoracic and pelvic limb radiographs. This online course presents an overview of techniques and protocols for successful radiographic images by practicing proper anatomic radiographic techniques, and it focuses on the reduction of veterinary patient dose and occupational staff and general public radiation exposure.
Describe why proper radiographic positioning is essential.
Identify the standard protocols for each region of the anatomy.
Recognize when to administer appropriate chemical restraint for optimal radiographic examination.
Evaluate a study and assess if the anatomy of interest is accurately represented or not.
Reduce radiation exposure to patient and occupational staff by practicing proper radiographic techniques.