Table of Contents

Section 1 Imaging principles

1. Digital imaging

2. Film-screen imaging

3. Exposure factors, manipulation and dose

Section 2 Skeletal radiography

4. Introduction to skeletal, chest and abdominal radiography

5. Fingers, hand and wrist

6. Forearm, elbow and humerus

7. The shoulder girdle

8. Foot, toes, ankle, tibia and fibula

9. Knee and femur

10. Pelvis and hips

11. Cervical spine

12. Thoracic spine

13. Lumbar spine

14. Sacrum and coccyx

15. Thoracic skeleton

16. Principles of radiography of the head

17. Cranial vault

18. Facial bones

19. Paranasal sinuses

20. Specialised projections of the skull

21. Dental radiography

22. Orthopantomography and cephalometry

Section 3 Chest and abdomen

23. Chest and thoracic contents

24. Abdomen

Section 4 Accident and emergency

25. Accident and emergency

Section 5 Breast imaging

26. Breast imaging

Section 6 Paediatric imaging

27. Paediatric imaging in general radiography

Section 7 Contrast studies

28. Contrast media

29. Gastrointestinal tract

30. Accessory organs of the gastrointestinal tract

31. Investigations of the genitourinary tract

32. Cardiovascular system

33. Vascular imaging of the head and neck

34. Intervention and therapeutic procedures

Section 8 Additional imaging methods

35. Computed tomography

36. Magnetic Resonance Imaging

37. Nuclear Medicine Imaging

38. Ultrasound

Glossary of radiographic terms



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About the authors

Elizabeth Carver

Affiliations and Expertise

Undergraduate Course Director, School of Radiography, University of Wales, Bangor, UK

Barry Carver

Affiliations and Expertise

Director of Postgraduate Studies, School of Radiography, University of Wales, Bangor, Wales