This course provides further opportunity to integrate clinically physical and technological concepts of diagnostic medical sonography and apply them in clinically pertinent situations. The didactic, clinical and practical principles associated with both categories in the general learning concentration will be emphasized. Students will use evaluation methodologies and apply them toward single image analysis and critique. Image and case study evaluation will take place independently and in small groups. The critique and analysis will include image identification and orientation, image production and quality, critical reasoning skills utilized in interpretation and sonographic examination performance, and the overall significance and role that acquired sonographic information plays in the management of patient care. Students will present cases with sonographic images, pathologies, correlation with other imaging modalities and clinical indications.