Veterinary Imaging Anatomy

non-credit | Available all Summer
Overview

Come join our team of over 10 board-certified veterinary specialists as they teach you clinically relevant anatomy, using diagnostic imaging as our guide.  This course is designed to complement your current courses by providing additional practice applying basic anatomy to radiographs. 

The current session of this course ends on September 1st (tentative).

Preview the syllabus here.

Expand Your Knowledge of Anatomy by Integrating Imaging! 

  • Apply your knowledge to cardiovascular, respiratory, neurological, and musculoskeletal body systems as well as abdominal organ anatomy. 

  • Learn how tissue structure and function applies to anatomy and the interpretation of diagnostic images

This course is equivalent to one elective credit hour. Talk to your academic institution about using this course for credit. 

100% On-Demand, Asynchronous, Self-Paced Course 

What You'll Learn

  • Identify normal clinically-relevant anatomical structures on a radiograph
  • Explain how a tissue's structural composition impacts the generation of a diagnostic image
  • Compare and contrast different imaging modalities as they relate to tissue structure and function
  • Identify the safety concerns surrounding medical imaging

Enrollment

Academic departments wishing to enroll their students, please contact the i-Learning Center at ilearningvetmed@illinois.edu 

Students wishing to enroll on their own click the Enroll Now button to start the course. 

Additional Resource

Check out our Imaging Anatomy site for a sneak peak of what is covered! 

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