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Introduction to Computed Tomography

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Introduction to Computed Tomography (25% booking discount if booked before 1st March 2018)

There is an increasing availability of CT in general practice and consequently a larger requirement for general practitioners to understand the usefulness of CT and what cases are more likely to benefit from a CT examination. This course is designed to give a better understanding of the advantages, and importantly, the limitations of CT for use in general practice.

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VCPDICT

Course Date

7th November 2018

Places Available

25

Course Fee

£221.25
Course Description

Topics to be covered:

  • Introduction and growth of CT in the human and veterinary field
  • CT physics
  • How to run a CT scanner
  • Use of contrast in CT
  • How to avoid CT artefacts
  • Appropriate use of CT and limitations

Learning Objectives:

  • Know how to run a CT scanner
  • Know the use and limitations of CT
  • Know when contrast is useful
  • Know how to avoid CT artefacts

Required delegate attributes or who this course is suitable for:

This course is designed for general practitioners and advanced practitioners in general practice that would like to know more about the use of CT. Candidates for the course should be interested diagnostic imaging, and where advanced imaging may be useful for general practice patients

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