15 CE Credits – Mammography Review – E Book and Test


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Use your smartphone, tablet, or PC to fulfill your MQSA, State, and ARRT®* category A Mammography continuing education requirements in one shot today. This Radiologic Technologist CE course is an in depth review of the subject of mammography. No paper, no mailing or faxing. Just read the e-book and take an online test to get your credits today.

Topics include

Introduction history of mammography

A History of Breast Cancer and Mammography, Epidemiology of Breast Cancer, Pink Ribbons, Breast Cancer Screening, Arguments Against Screening Mammograms, Breast Self-examination (BSE)

Legal and Ethical Issues of Breast Imaging

Medical Ethics, Patient Confidentiality, Mammography’s Malpractice Risk, Radiation Exposure, Pregnancy Screening, Standard of Care, Patient Advocacy

Mammography, The Patient’s Experience

Scheduling the Mammogram, Patient Rapport, Important Entities and Regulations

Anatomy and Physiology of the Breast Woman breastfeeding an infant-sm

Evolution of Mammary Glands and Lactation, Human Breast Development and Maturation, Lactation, Breast Milk, Breastfeeding

Basic Cellular Biology

The Cell Nucleus and Organelles, Mitochondria, Ribosomes, Lysosomes, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Golgi Apparatus, Vacuoles, Cytoskeleton, DNA Chromosomes, and Genes, Proteins, Enzymes, Hormones, Antibodies, Transcription, Translation, Mitosis

Breast External Anatomy

Skin, Nipple, Areola, Montgomery’s Glands, Morgagni’s Tubercles , Sweat Glands, Hair Follicles , Axillary Tail, Inframammary Fold / Ridge, Localization Terminology, Breast Internal Anatomy, Pectoralis Major Muscle, Retromammary Space, Fascial Layer, Adipose Tissue, Connective (Fibrous) Tissue , Glandular Tissue , Lactiferous Ducts , Lobes and Lobules, Alveolus, Cooper’s Ligaments, Vascular System, Lymphatic System, Nervous System, Hematopoietic System

Benign Conditions of the Breast

Fibrocystic Breast “Disease”, Breast Cysts, Galactocele, Fibroadenoma, Lipoma, Hamartoma, Papilloma, Ductal Ectasia, Hematoma, Abscess and Inflammation, Puerperal Mastitis, Nonpuerperal Mastitis, Fat Necrosis, Gynecomastia, Supernumerary Nipple

High Risk Conditions of the Breast

Calcifications, Atypical Ductal Hyperplasia, Atypical Lobular Hyperplasia, Radial Scar, Papilloma with Atypia

Breast Cancer

Carcinogenesis, Cell Types Involved in Cancer Growth, Oncogenes, Tumor Suppressor Genes, Multiple Mutations in Cancer Cells, Somatic Evolution

Types of Breast Cancer

ductal carcinoma in situLobular Carcinoma In Situ (LCIS), Ductal Carcinoma In Situ (DCIS), Invasive Ductal Carcinoma (IDC), Inflammatory Carcinoma, Paget’s Disease, Medullary Carcinoma, Tubular Carcinoma, Mucinous Carcinoma, Sarcoma, Lymphoma, Histology, BRCA Mutations, HER2 Positive, Hormone Receptor Positive, Triple-Negative Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer Classification

Breast Cancer Treatment Options TRAM flap

Lumpectomy, Lumpectomy and Radiation Therapy, Lumpectomy with Axillary Dissection and Radiation Therapy, Simple Mastectomy, Modified Radical Mastectomy, Radiation Therapy, Chemotherapy, Side Effects of Chemotherapy, Radiation Therapy, Hormonal Therapy, Breast Reconstruction, Breast Cancer Risk Factors

Breast Cancer Prevention

BRCA Screening, Prophylactic Oophorectomy, Prophylactic Mastectomy, Other Screening Tests, Prophylactic Medication, Non-Medical Choices, Signs and Symptoms of Breast Cancer

Breast Imaging

Design Characteristics of Mammography Units, AEC, Density Settings and Phototimers, Grids, System Geometry – SID, OID, Magnification, Film, Screens and Cassettes, Full Field Digital Mammography, Computer Aided Detection (CAD), FFDM-CR (Computed Radiography), FFDM-DR (Direct Radiography), HIS RIS and PACS

Quality Assurance and Evaluation

mammography phantomMQSA Annual Inspections, Quality Control, Darkroom Cleanliness, Processor Quality Control, Crossover Test, Monitor Cleaning, Screen Cleanliness, View Boxes and Viewing Conditions, Phantom Images, Laser Imager QC Test, Flat Field / Artifact Evaluation, Contrast to Noise Ratio (CNR), Visual Checklist, Modulation Transfer Test (MTF), Automatic Optimization of Parameters Mode (AOP) and Signal to Noise Ration (SNR), Repeat Analysis Check, Fixer Retention Test, Film-Screen Contact Test, Compression Force Test, Darkroom Fog Test, Monitor Calibration and QC, Mammography Technical Factors

Mammographic Views MLO CC

Craniocaudal View (CC), Mediolateral View (MLO), Extra Vews, Magnification Views, Spot Compression, 90 Degree Lateral, Rolled Views, Tangential Views, Axillary Tail (Cleopatra View), Exaggerated CC Lateral / Medial, Cleavage View, Jigsaw, Breast Implant Views, Additional Considerations, The Baseline Screening Mammogram, The Diagnostic Mammogram, The Call-Back Mammogram, Breast Ultrasound, Dense Breast Awareness, Mammography Recall Rates

Newer Breast Imaging Modalities

breastmrAdjunct Breast Ultrasound – 3D Breast Ultrasound, Opto-Acoustic Imaging, Real-time Virtual Sonography, Breast MRI, Nuclear Medicine, PET / CT, Digital Breast Tomosynthesis, CT Laser Mammography (CTLM), Cone Beam Breast CT (CBBCT), Interventional Procedures






BS – 2016 Patient Interactions and Management 2.00
BS – 2021 Patient Interactions and Management 2.25
MRI – 2016 / MRI – 2020 Patient Interactions and Management 1.00
NMT – 2017 / NMT – 2022 Patient Interactions and Management 1.00
MAM – 2016 / AM – 2020 Patient Interactions and Management 1.00
SON – 2019 / SON – 2024 Patient Interactions and Management 1.00
THR – 2017 / THR – 2022 Patient and Medical Record Management 2.00
RA – 2023 Patient Safety, Radiation Protection, and Equipment Operation 3.75
Image Production
MAM – 2020 Image Acquisition and Quality Assurance 3.75
Procedures 7.00
BS – 2016 / BS – 2021 Anatomy and Physiology 1.75
Pathology 4.50
MAM – 2016 / AM – 2020 Anatomy and Physiology 6.50
Mammographic Positioning, Special Needs, and Imaging Procedures 3.25
MRI – 2016 / MRI – 2020 Body 6.25
NMT – 2017 / NMT – 2022 Endocrine and Oncology Procedures 6.25
PTH – 2019 Treatment Sites 6.25
RA – 2018 Thoracic Section 9.25
RA – 2023 Thoracic Section 9.00
SON – 2019 / SON – 2024 Superficial Structures and Other Sonographic Procedures 6.25
BS – 2016 / BS – 2021 Mammographic Positioning, Special Needs, and Imaging Procedures 1.75
THR – 2017 / THR – 2022 Treatment Sites and Tumors 6.25


Understanding This Chart

Understanding This Chart
This chart shows the credit distribution the ARRT®* has assigned to this activity. For R.T.s who are meeting their structured education requirements (ie. while pursuing a credential using the postprimary pathway) or as part of the continuing qualification requirements (CQR) process.

The code on the left shown in the DISCIPLINE column represents the ARRT®* content outline for the disciplines.

This chart may not show the total number of approved category A CE credits. The total number of CE Credits is in the headline at the top of this page.

What is the CQR process?

accepted everywhere

Accepted Everywhere


The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists® (ARRT®*) accepts our courses for CE Credits.



The Texas Medical Board (TMB) accepts our courses for Medical Radiologic Technologist Continuing Education.



The Florida Department of Health Bureau of Radiation Control (FLBRC) accepts our courses for Full and Limited RT CE.



The California Department of Public Health Radiologic Health Branch (CARHB) accepts our courses for Radiologic Technologist CE.



The American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS)  accepts our courses for Ultrasound CME.



The Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) accepts our courses for Nuclear Medicine CE Credits.



The Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS)  accepts this course for Ultrasound CME.



Our courses are recognized by Canadian provinces for Continuing Professional Development Credits / hours.


This 15 credit CE course includes;

What you get

  • The ability to Start Right Now, if you want you can finish and get your credits today
  • Unlimited time to take the exam. You don’t have to finish today if you don’t want to.
  • Work is saved as you answer each question online.
  • The ability to log off and continue the online test whenever you like even from different devices.
  • ASRT approved ARRT®* Category A Continuing Education Credits.
  • No Faxing, No emailing back and forth, no paper.
  • 100% paperless e course and reading material in the form of a pdf file e-book (not a paperback or hardcover book) that is;
    • smartphone friendly
    • pc friendly
    • accessible
    • searchable
    • printable
  • A Certificate of completion immediately downloadable after passing the test.
  • The freedom to use different devices at different times during the same exam attempt.
  • Phone, text, forum, and email support.

All available courses are approved by the ASRT for ARRT®* and every state’s Limited License Radiographer Continuing Education Credit.

How long will it take?

This is not a paperback or hardcover book. Nothing will come in the mail. This means you can start right now. Our courses follow ARRT®* Rules and are approved for the number of credits based on the amount of time it takes the reviewing body (ASRT) to read the entire reading material word for word and cover to cover. This time does not include taking the required post test. These requirements are followed for all reading material for all CE providers.
1 Credit = 1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) = 1 Education Hour = 1 Credit Hour = 1 Hour of Reading
Many students are able to skim the material faster and search for the post test questions much more quickly than that, but the number of credits is a guideline for how many hours it will take to complete the course.

How many questions are in the test?

In order to get credit, the post test must follow ARRT®* CE rules. The rules were updated in 2016, and again in 2021. There are 8 questions for each 1 credit. So, a 1 credit course has 8 questions, a 4 credit course has 24 questions, and a 24 credit course has 192 questions.  It may seem like a lot, but unfortunately it’s not our choice, this is the standard which all accredited CE providers must follow.


Our Guarantee.


– Credits that are accepted by any Radiologic Technologist, Nuclear Medicine, or Ultrasound registry in North America or US territories.
– A system that works with your smartphone and pc.
– Fast customer support if you need it.
– Electronic reading material that you can keep and share.
– An online post test that you can take from multiple devices.
– A printable hard copy of the post test for offline reference.
– A certificate of completion you can download immediately after passing the post test.
– A full refund within 30 days if you do not pass or are not satisfied for any reason.

– The lowest price with our Low Price Guarantee.


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Accepted Everywhere, Guaranteed

Accepted Everywhere, Guaranteed


All available courses are approved by the ASRT for ARRT® Category A CE Credit. The ARRT® accepts this approval. ALL US state agencies also accept this as approval for full and limited permit CE requirements. Most other registries in north america also accept this approval for RT and Ultrasound CE credits. Some states require specific subjects so check with your state agency.

This activity may be available in multiple formats or sold in different formats such as Google Play or Amazon. ARRT® regulations state “Lecture presentations, directed readings, home study courses, or Internet activities reported in a biennium may not be repeated for credit in the same biennium (effective January 1, 2016).”