Radiology In Practice, Hour 5 of 8, Understanding X-Ray Findings in Arthritic Patients

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As presented by Dr. Osterhouse, Radiology in Practice teaches how to take and interpret radiographs, MRIs, CTs, and other diagnostic imaging tools, including the bone scan. In addition, the course provides a valuable review of spinal and extremity imaging for a doctor in general practice.

This hour teaches the participant about the presence and development of various pathologies, including the many presentations of arthritis that are detectable with diagnostic imaging. Dr. Osterhouse offers patient histories and examination findings with plane examples of images to demonstrate how these conditions present in practice and how radiographs can aid in the management of patients with arthritis. 

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The participant will be able to explain how to use x-rays to diagnose and manage patients with arthritis. In addition, they will be able to identify several differences between the various types of arthritic conditions to make the appropriate diagnosis.


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