Radiographic Sciences

Student Research

 

researchSenior students in the Radiographic Science Program at Idaho State University have the opportunity to perform research by way of a creative project that allows a greater in-depth understanding of a particular area of study.  This process is imperative as it hones the necessary written communication skills which are needed to compete in the job market today.  Undergraduate research is defined by faculty in this program as any type of creative effort that is embarked upon by an undergraduate that improves the knowledge of the student. Additionally, it leads to new intellectual understanding and the creation of new works which inevitably adds to the wealth of the discipline.

 

The following research endeavors were submitted during the Fall semester 2012. The papers are in a PDF format and listed by title. They are provided as an example of the research endeavors by Rad Sci undergraduate students.

 

Clear Cell Sarcoma: A Literature Review and Case Study

Breast Cancer Treament Options Surgery and Radiation Therapy: A Literature Review

Noninvasive Diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease: A Literature Review and Case Study

Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome: A Literature and Case Study

Prostate Cancer: Treatments and Case Study

Fibrodysplasia Progressiva Ossificans: A Literature Review and Case Study

Dilated Cardiomyopathy:A Literature Review

Osteogenesis Imperfecta

Pseudotumors in Association with Hip Prostheses: A Literature Review and Case Study

The Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease: A Literature Review and Case Study

Obesity and Medical Imaging

Osteosarcoma: A Literature Review and Case Study

Tomosynthesis Imaging of the breast: Literature Review and Case Study

The Role of Ultrasound in Orthopedics: A Review of the Literature

Comparison of Amorphous Selenium and Amorphous Silicon Flat-Panel Detectors

Legg-Calve Perthes Disease: A Literature Review and Case Study

Cavernous Malformations: A Literature Review and Case Study

 


 

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