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Radiographic Interpretation Series

About Radiographic Interpretation Series

44m 50s

Oral Medicine, Radiology, Diagnosis & Pathology · Self-Learning

Reviewed: 06/14/2021 · Valid until 06/14/2024

In this series, we will go over a variety of radiographs in order to interpret what we see. Moreover, the discussion will also focus on communicating your observations to other providers and your referral network.

  • Objectives
  • Discuss radiographic structures. Radiolucent vs Radioopaque
  • Communicating radiographic findings.
  • Common pathologies

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Speakers, sponsors and your experience leaders
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Dr. Diane Wilson

Dr. Wilson was awarded her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine; after which she completed her residency in radiology at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. After a year as a research fellow at the Scott-Ritchey Research Center, she returned to teach at Tuskegee. Dr. Wilson left academia in 2012 and joined the AIS team where she serves as the AIS Director of Academic Affairs. As the Director of Academic Affairs Dr. Wilson works closely with universities throughout the United States and Europe to develop a variety of programs that benefit the university, the radiology profession, as well as AIS. She also serves on the AIS Advisory Committee, and currently manages the AIS resident program.


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