We know medical professionals have a lot on their plates, so we’ve made it easy for you to understand the most complex imaging physics topics. Our courses are engaging and help you learn faster and retain information longer than reading a textbook or listening to a lecture.
In this course, you will see how radiographic images are produced, understand factors that affect image quality and dose, and see examples of clinical artifacts.
See how an ultrasound image is formed, learn the factors that affect resolution and contrast, and review common artifacts and how to mitigate them.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a powerful way to visualize the body in detail. In this course, learners will develop expertise in fundamental MRI physics and principles while gaining knowledge of many different MRI data acquisition strategies, such as those used during medical procedures.