The course consists of lectures, during which the topics are exposed in a critical and interactive, and a practical part during which students apply theoretical knowledge to solve problems related to the discipline.
Imaging and imaging techniques: Radiography, Radioscopy, Digital Radiology, TC, Nuclear Medicine, Scintigraphy, MRI
Indications for carrying out a diagnostic investigation
Radiation protection and safety
Execution of the exam
Patient preparation, projections and positions
Means of contrast
Reading the image;
Normal radiographic anatomy pictures; Artifacts.
Main projections and normal radiographic anatomy of the skull, spine, thoracic and pelvic limb, thorax, abdomen.
Radiographic pictures of the main pathologies with traumatic, metabolic, degenerative and inflammatory genesis.
Written and oral examinations:
1) Test multiple-choice and open-ended questions
2) Presentation and discussion of specific subject, previously agreed.
3) Questions and explanations on topics listed in the course program.