This course covers all the essentials to train a student to become a skilled and competent Radiologist to conduct and interpret various diagnostic / interventional imaging studies (both conventional and advanced imaging), to organize and conduct research and teaching activities and be well versed with medical ethics and legal aspects of imaging / intervention
What Will You Learn?
- Acquire good basic knowledge in the various sub – specialties of Radiology such as Neuroradiology, GI radiology, Uroradiology, Vascular Radiology, Musculoskeletal, Interventional Radiology, Emergency Radiology, Paediatric Radiology and Imaging of breast
- Independently conduct and interpret all routine and special radiologic and imaging investigations.
- Provide radiological services in acute emergency and trauma including its medicolegal aspects.
- Elicit indications, diagnostic features and limitations of applications of ultrasound, CT and MRI and should be able to describe proper cost-effective algorithm of various imaging techniques in a given problem setting
Production of X- rays
Interaction of radiation with matter