Posted: September 19th, 2016
2.1 Describe the biological effects and associated risks of ionising radiation. 2.2 Critically compare the use of different types of ionising radiation to produce an image suitable for diagnostic use (e.g. x-rays and the gamma camera). 2.3 Describe the diagnostic and therapeutic uses of ionising radiation and radio nuclides. 2.4 Apply the quantities and units involved in ionising radiation. 2.5 Describe the basic principles of radioactive decay, a tracer technique and suitable safety precautions. 3.1Critically compare the use of ultrasound to produce an image suitable for diagnostic use to one other commonly used imaging technique. 3.2 Explain suitable safety precautions which must be taken when using ultrasound for medical use. 4.1 Summarise some recent developments in the field of medical imaging
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