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Mae's Illness: A Medical Imaging Case Study
By Kay Parish
In this learning object, learners will follow the illness of an 83-year-old woman, noting changes in her condition and ordering the appropriate medical imaging studies needed to inform her physicians about both her progress and her treatment options.
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