The Venture 17 Division Of Education
THE LIBRARY OF RADIOLOGY AND IMAGING
Discovered by the German physicist and engineer, Wilhelm Roentgen, the x-ray was harnessed in 1895. By 1896, Dartmouth Medical College had a working x-ray imaging device, and history was made. The discovery of electromagnetic radiation in the spectrum now called x-radiation (x-rays) was an achievement that earned Roentgen the first Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901.
This library is a specific collection of Radiologic and Nuclear Medicine Images with accompanying didactic reference utilized by The Conservatory to teach radiology and advanced radiology for certification in limited radiography.
The Radiology reference library is currently under reconstruction. When finished, it will contain over 400 images with accompanying academics. From introductory physics and radiation safety, to radiographic positioning, and patient care, it will be comprehensive.
Just point at the image and it will instruct you. When on sabbatical, the images are archived. These can be clicked to enlarge and manipulate as a slide presentation.
More online help is available at the MyPACS Radiologic Image Library.
The Conservatory teaches Radiography for students on a regular basis, and offers an online textbook. This tool allows us to present Radiography as an online resource and course available at no cost to our students. This is not only available as an assistant to the students we teach on campus, but is available to anyone wanting to increase their medical knowledge and competitive edge.
For you to be able to utilize this tool at no cost, you must sign into We Teach College Students. We will then add you to our roster and email your access codes. Keep in mind that this is a large and concise text on Radiology and Radiography, with case studies, illustrations, and sturdy weblinks.
On-campus students, when you have completed your review, please click here.