This course provides an intensive and comprehensive review of materials taught throughout the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program to prepare students to take the American Registry Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) examinations. Topics focus on physical principles of sound and sonographic instrumentation, principles of propagation of ultrasound through tissues, transducers, pulse-echo instruments, image storage and display, Doppler ultrasound, image artifacts and quality management. It also covers a comprehensive review of Diagnostic Medical Sonography applications in the specialties of abdominal/superficial structures and obstetrics/gynecology, and vascular ultrasound and echocardiography in accordance with the published outlines of the ARDMS. Co-requisite: DMS externship