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NMT 321: Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine Procedures I

Topics covered are anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, radiopharmacy, imaging techniques, and the interpretation of images. The course is taught using an integrated systems approach as applied to nuclear medicine.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • RADT 201 and acceptance into the medical imaging with concentration in nuclear medicine technology program

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