In this final presentation, common pathologic conditions seen when performing computed tomography will be reviewed. Also presented are descriptions of each disease, their various symptoms, treatments and prognoses, and imaging characteristics. Pathology appearance on CT images as well as changes in the appearance when contrast media is introduced will be shown.
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Leanna Neubrander, M.H.Sc, RT(R)(CT)
Leanna has worked as an instructor for Adventist University of Health Sciences since 2006. In fact, she is an alumnus of the institution, graduating with her A.S. degree in Radiography and B.S. degree in Radiologic Sciences. She is certified and proficient in radiography and computed tomography, and has extensive training in magnetic resonance imaging. Ms. Neubrander obtained her master's degree from Nova Southeastern University in Health Sciences with a concentration in Higher Education. Ms. Neubrander is an active member of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists and the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences. She has spoken at several conferences on various topics in computed tomography and education, and is a published author in the Radiologic Sciences and Education Journal.
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