Normal human anatomy and physiology in relation to dynamic and physiologically based imaging examinations.
Pathological processes to facilitate clinical decision and determine the need of additional imaging determined.
The influence of disease and trauma signs and symptoms progress in radiological investigation.
The methods that diagnostic radiographers can affect and support in health promotion and health education.
The benefit of diagnostic imaging examinations and education to the population.
The scientific method of applying of diagnostic imaging processes to enable appropriate image generation and manipulation in relation to the pathology or trauma .
Evaluation and image interpretation in the context of the patient’s condition.
Efficient practice of equipment used in diagnostic imaging .
The componants of contrast agents and drugs used in diagnostic imaging examinations and emergency .
The interavenous administration of contrast and the use of automatic injectors.
The policy, ethical and research framework that affect the practice of diagnostic radiographers.
The standard diagnostic radiographic process and specialized radiographic examination.
The current developments and trends in the practice of radiography and diagnostic imaging.