Diagnostic radiology

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Diagnostic radiology tutorial

Do you want a career in diagnostic radiography? The college approves our degree of radiographers, and you will spend time on placements within a variety of imaging departments to enhance your clinical experience.

You will develop specialist skills on this course by accessing our well-equipped x-ray room, wards, operating theatre, image viewing facilities, and virtual body projection system. This will enable you to use specialist technology to produce diagnostic images of patients.

What’s covered in this Diagnostic radiology course?

Your academic studies include subjects that form the core of diagnostic radiography practice and include the study of human anatomy and physiology, radiation physics, and imaging technology. You will also study the social and psychological aspects of the needs of patients.

As you advance your knowledge of diagnostic radiography practice and the application of imaging technology to differing pathologies, you will develop analytical skills. You explore the research evidence that forms the basis of current and emergent practices.

Why study Diagnostic radiology?

Most hospital patients don’t receive treatment without some form of diagnostic assessment.

Computer or digital radiography equipment uses plain imaging to assess the chest and skeleton. Specialist imaging equipment such as ultrasound, computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and nuclear medicine help diagnose surgical, medical, or vascular conditions and complex injuries. To produce and interpret these diagnostic images properly, radiographers need specialist knowledge in radiation science, technology, anatomy, physiology, and pathology.

Who is this Diagnostic radiology course for?

The Radiography (Diagnostic Imaging) degree provides a route into a rewarding lifelong carer as a Diagnostic Radiographer. The course provides the physical, technological, biological, and social knowledge required to work within a healthcare team and gain the professional skills and accreditation to practice as a radiographer.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Learn Fundamentals of diagnostic radiology presentations

Course Content

Fundamentals of diagnostic radiology

  • Looking at the brain
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  • craneofacial trauma
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  • cerebovascular diseases
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  • brain neoplasms
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  • cns infections
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  • white matter neurodegenerative diseases
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  • pediatric neuroimaging
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  • head and neck imaging
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  • non degenerative diseases of the spine
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  • degenrative diseases of the spine
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  • chest imaging and normal anatomy
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  • radiological findings on CXR
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  • mediastinum and hilae
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  • pulmonary vascular diseases
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  • pulmonary neoplasms
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  • pulmmonary infections
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  • inhalational lung disease
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  • airway diseases
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  • pleura, chest wall and diaphragm
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  • breast imaging
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  • cardiac anatomy, physiology and imaging
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  • cardiac imaging in acquired diseases
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  • part 1 thoracic pulmonary arteries and peripheral vascular disease
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  • part 2 thoracic pulmonary arteries and peripheral vascular disease
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  • abdominal arteries, venous system and non vascular interventions
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  • abdomen and pelvis
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  • liver, gall bladder and biliary tree
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  • pancreas, spleen, pharynx and esophagus
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  • stomach, duodenum and mesentery part 1
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  • stomach, duodenum and mesentery part 2
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  • colon and appendix
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  • adrenal galnds and kidneys
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  • Ureters, urinary bladder, urethra and genital organs
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  • abdomen ultrasound
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  • genital tract and bladder ultrasound
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  • obstetric ultrasound
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  • chest, thyroid, brain ultrasound
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  • vascular ultrasound
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  • begnin and malignant bone lesions
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  • skeletal trauma
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  • arithritis, metabolic bone disease
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  • don`t touch lesions, mecillaenous lesions
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  • knee, shoulder and ankle joints
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  • pediatric radiology, pediatric chest, part I
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  • part I pediatric chest
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  • part II pediatric congenital heart disease
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  • pediatric abdomenal imaging part I
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  • pediatric abdomenal masses
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