DMS 201◊ Sonographic Specialties

4 credits

Coverage of non-routine sonographic procedures to include, musculoskeletal, emergent care, 3D/4D applications, neurosonography, pediatrics, prostate, general Doppler techniques, retroperitoneum, contrast applications, transplant organ evaluations, case studies as well as exam prep, resume and interviewing techniques presented and then applied in lab.

Prerequisite: DMS 141◊, concurrent enrollment with DMS 151◊, DMS 210

Lecture: 2.5 hours

Laboratory: 3 hours

(course fee required)