The course consists of lectures, during which the topics are presented in a critical and interactive way, and a practical part, carried out in small groups, during which students apply theoretical knowledge to solve problems related to the discipline.
Fundamentals of applied physics for the use of radiographic, MR and CT equipment. Radiographic equipment. Principles of radiation protection. Indications for radiographic examination, CT and MRI. Artifacts. Main projections, patient containment.
Elements of anatomy of splanchnocranium, neurocranium, thorax, abdomen, appendicular and axial skeleton in diagnostic imaging.
Main pathological pictures of splanchnocranium, neurocranium, thorax, abdomen, appendicular and axial skeleton.