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Radiography / Imaging Sciences (AS or BS)

Welcome Imaging Students

Hello Radiography and Imaging Sciences students. Whether your goal is an AS in Radiography or a BS in Imaging Sciences. This guide is for you!



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Locate Images

MedPix® is a free open-access online database of medical images, teaching cases, and clinical topics, integrating images and textual metadata including over 12,000 patient case scenarios, 9,000 topics, and nearly 59,000 images. 


Citing a Medical Report

Use the following format when citing a patient medical record when writing papers or case reports. This citation is based on the 7th ed. APA rules for a technical report -- Section 10.4 Reports and Gray Literature. 

How to Cite a Radiology Report -- Citation example 

Interpreting Physician (Year, Month date [Dictation Date]). Exam [italicized]. Facility.


Morris, L. (2020, January 12). Left forearm. AdventHealth Imaging Princeton.

Wilson, H.[Harriet]. (2019, May 22). Nuclear medicine bone scanAdventHealth Fish Memorial.

Wilson, H. [Henry]. (2020, January 5). Right forearm. AdventHealth Imaging Oviedo.



X-Ray Risk Tool / Radiation Exposure

Radiology and skeletal anatomy

Complete Anatomy has a Radiology section. 

Bones are available for checkout from the library. 1 Week checkout. 

Resources listed on these guides are compiled by librarians at the R.A. Williams Library. We accept content recommendations, and after review, may include suggested resources on a guide. Our time is limited, so we generally do not reply to unsolicited recommendations from individuals not affiliated with AdventHealth University or notify them regarding whether or not we have linked to suggested content.