C–VDI.1 Diagnostic Imaging in Practice

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Candidates must demonstrate:

  •  Good radiographic practice in relation to the safety of patients and personnel, positioning, processing and image quality.  They should be able to produce optimal quality radiographs for the diagnosis of commonly encountered conditions seen in general veterinary practice. 
  • The ability to apply diagnostic imaging techniques appropriately as part of the overall investigation of a case
  • A variety of radiographic experience over the period that the module is being completed that is consistent with the more commonly encountered conditions seen in first opinion veterinary practice

Elizabeth Baines, MA VetMB DVR DipECVDI MRCVS 
Lecturer in Veterinary Radiology 

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