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D. A. Saia, MA, RT(R),(M) (Stamford, CT), is Director, Radiography Program, The Stamford Hospital, Stamford Connecticut.
LANGE Q&A Radiography Examination contains more than 1,400 registry-style questions to get you ready for the licensing exam. Written by a respected radiologist with 35 years of teaching experience, the book reinforces concepts by including explanations for correct and incorrect answer options for each question. From cover to cover, this tried-and-true exam prep tool is filled with everything you need to have an edge on exam day.
Now in its tenth edition, LANGE Q&A Radiography Examinationis more indispensable than ever, reflecting content updates from the latest ARRT radiographic examination blueprint. In addition, the book features important coverage of computed tomography (CT) technology within the chapters on radiation protection, equipment, procedures, and CT imaging. Also included with purchase is access to two online practice exams with 400 questions and answers.Packed with over 1,400 Q&As and access to two online practice exams that deliver unmatched preparation for the radiography certification/recertification exam Sections include Patient Care and Education, Imaging Procedures, Radiation Protection, Image Acquisition and Evaluation, and Equipment Operation and Quality Control Covers the latest technologies including digital imaging and computed tomography
"The whole text is well presented." Reviewed by Jenny May on behalf of Radiography, July 2015Poorly positioned example images appear at the end of procedures to test your knowledge.Spotlights concepts boxes highlight the most important information as it appears in the chapters and directs readers to more information on these topics. Chapter objectives, key terms, and outlines help in mastering important concepts and information.NEW! Expanded sections on pediatric, obesity, and trauma digital radiography provides the most pertinent and up-to-date information needed for clinical success.NEW! Reformatted content surrounding procedures includes the following to help you identify correctly and incorrectly positioned patients: accurately positioned projection with labeled anatomyphotograph of an accurately positioned modeltable that provides a detailed one-to-one correlation between the positioning procedures and image analysis guidelinesdiscussion, with correlating images, on identifying how the patient, central ray, or image receptor were poorly positioned if the projection does not demonstrate an image analysis guidelinediscussion of topics relating to positioning for patient condition variations and non-routine situationsphotographs of bones and models positioned as indicated to clarify information and demonstrate anatomy alignment when distortion makes it difficultpractice images of the projection that demonstrate common procedural errorsNEW! Two-color design helps you read and retain pertinent information.NEW! Updated boxed material summarizes important analysis details and provides a quick reference.NEW! Highlighted table data offers a new format to aid in the understanding of field size requirements using direct-capture digital radiography.
Hailed by Doody’s Review Service as “the gold standard among instructors and students”, Radiography PREP delivers a concise summary of the entire radiography curriculum in a readable narrative.
Written by an experienced program director, this is a true “must read” for certification or recertification. Readers will find more than 850 ARRT-style review questions (including a comprehensive 200-question practice exam), detailed answer explanations for correct and incorrect answers, more than 400 illustrations and radiographic images, and powerful learning aids such as summary boxes and a glossary.Market: 748 accredited radiography programs in the USA, with a total enrollment of 16,500 students Updated to reflect the most recent ARRT Radiography Examination blueprint Interestingly written narrative style makes it easier to understand and remember key concepts
Dorothy A. Saia, MA, RT(R)(M) (Stamford, CT) is Director of the Radiography Program at Stamford Hospital. She has been teaching radiography for more than 35 years.