PHY 211 - Radiologic Physics
Studies forces, matter and energy, heat and heat transfer, waves, light, electricity and magnetism, atomic physics and radioactivity. Emphasizes medical imaging technology: the properties and production of X-rays, interactions with matter, radiation exposure, X-ray tubes and circuitry, radioactive materials and their applications to diagnosis and therapy. A weekly laboratory session supplements the lectures.(Enrollment limited to Medical Imaging clinical students only). Students retaking this course must repeat both the lab and lecture.
Prerequisites: MTH 133 or MTH 170 or MTH 175 or MTH 213
Credits: 0 to 4(Lec: 0 to 3 Lab: 0 to 3)
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