The CE activity is a video of live presentation and a post test with multiple choice questions that is to be completed online. If you have slow internet service, you may find it more convenient to download the video for viewing on your computer. **See computer equipment specifications below.
Women have breast augmentation for multiple reasons. Some feel their breasts are small or their breasts have lost volume or firmness as result of gravity or childbearing. She may decide after reaching full maturity development that breast augmentation will improve her self-image. The presence of implants makes imaging the breasts more challenging. Proper mammographic positioning of the augmented breast is vital to image quality. The degree implants obscure breast tissue depends on their position, density, and level of encapsulation. In this lesson you will learn techniques for optimal imaging of the augmented breast and the complications associated with imaging the augmented breast. Compression “do's and don’ts” and achieving the best visualization of the breast tissue for augmented patients will be the highlight of this presentation. You will gain valuable knowledge about imaging the reconstructed breast along with imaging tips and tricks. You will enjoy this lesson and gain valuable knowledge.
All Home study approvals have an expiration date. Some of our home studies are approved for one year others for two years. Whether a home study is renewed at the end of its expiration date is determined by the materials content and relevancy. AHEC recommends if you plan to purchase a home study to complete at a later date that you contact us to confirm the expiration date.
AHEC Home Study Guidelines:
AHEC Refund Policy
Customers wishing to return unwanted online course materials once accessed will be given a tuition credit. No refunds are issued.
**Minimum system requirements for online and video based home study:
Windows XP or higher
Adobe Flash Player [If you don't currently have Adobe Flash Player or if you are using an older version then click HERE]
One gigabyte (GB) of RAM