Knowledge of pathology is essential to the interpretation of radiological imaging. Accordingly, the Pathology Examinations are given equal emphasis with the Radiodiagnosis Examinations. The standard of knowledge expected from candidates is intended to approach that required for an honour’s standard medical student. The syllabus includes general and systemic pathology with special emphasis on structural and functional pathology that may be demonstrated by standard imaging modalities
What Will You Learn?
- Although emphasis is placed on the pathology of systems, an understanding of general pathology is required, as it forms the foundation on which the former can be expanded. Knowledge about the aetiology, pathogenesis, structural changes and implications important for clinical management are necessary for systemic pathology. A detailed knowledge of histopathology is not required.
Cellular Adaptations of Growth and Differentiation;
Cell Injury and Cell Death