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Diploma in Radiology and Imaging Technology is Diploma level Radiography programme. It is the technique and process used to create images of the human body or parts and function thereof for clinical purposes (medical procedures seeking to reveal/diagnose or examine disease) or medical science including the study of normal anatomy and physiology. Although imaging of removed organs and tissues can be performed for medical reasons, such procedures are not usually referred to as medical imaging, but rather are a part of pathology.
|Fee Per Semester||Fee Per Year|
|For National Students||17,000||32,500|
|For International Students||500||900|
|For National Students||Sr. Secondary (10+2) / Intermediate with Any Stream (Science / Arts / Commerce) with minimum 40% marks.|
|For International Students||The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum 50% in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program.|
1. General Anatomy l Various Anatomical Terms l Axis l Plane 2. Bone l Composition & Function l Classifications l Various Terms & Markings on The Bones 3. Muscle l Structure of Various Types of Muscle l Classifications l Isometric & lsotonic Muscle Contraction 4. Nerve l Structure of Peripheral Nerve l Introduction of Brain & Spinal Cord 5. Joints l Definition l Classification l Structure of Synovial Joints 6. Blood l Composition & Function l Blood Groups 7. Function of The Following Systems l Renal l Respiratory l Cardiovascular l Reproductive 8. Anatomy of Skin 9. Review of Anatomy, Physiology & Related Pathology 10. Electrical System l Main Supply, components and Controls in X-ray Circuits, Generation of Electrical Energy, distribution and Uses Of Electrical Energy, High Tension Transformer, Rectification of High Tension, Control of Kilo Voltage, Filament Circuit and Tube Current Exposure Switches & Exposure Radiographic Application X-ray Tubes, Portable X-ray Equipment General Features of X-ray, Fixed and Rotating Anodes, Characteristics of X-ray/ Mammography Tubes and Faults in X-ray Tubes l Image Intensifier/fluoro Scopic Eq- uipment, Radiation Protection and Radiation Hazards l Dental Radiographic Equipment Specialized Dental X-ray Equipment. l Care and Maintenance of X-ray Tube l Ionization Chamber, GM and Scintillation Counter, Measuring Radiation Dose, Absorption Co-efficient, Grid, Cones and Filters. l Inverse Square Law, Scattered Radiation Radio Activity, Curie, Half-Life Decay Factor, Doses, Film Badge, Pocket Ionization Chamber, Maximum Permissible Dose - Patient Safety 11. Computerized Radiograph l lnterventional Radiology (definition Names of Different Types of Procedures) l Digital Radiography & Computed Radiography (CTScan & MRl) 12. Photography and Film Material l Image Produced By Radiation - Latentlmage Formation l Structure of X-ray Film - Sensitivity and Contrast of Film l Types of Films Including Laser Film - Storage of Exposed Films and Unexposed Films 13. Screens and Cassettes l Construction of Intensifying Screen - Choice of Fluorescent Material l Care of Intensifying Screens l Types of Screen l Care of a Cassette l Mounting of Intensifying Screen in the Cassette 13. Radiography Upper limb l Fingers, Hand, Carpal Tunnel, Wrist Joint, Fore arm, EIbow Joint, Head of Radius and Ulna, Humerus, ShoulderJoint, Acromio, Clavicular Joint, Scapula, Sterno Clavicular, Lower Limb l Toes, Foot, Calcaneum, Intercondylar Notch, Ankle Joint, Tibia and Fibula, Patella, Knee Joint, Femur Hips and Pelvis l Theatre Procedure for Hip Pinning and Reduction, Pelvis, Sacro Illiac Joint, Pelvic Bone, Acetabulum Vertebral Column l Atlanto, Axial Joint, Oddontoid Peg, Cervical Spine, Thoracic Spine, Lumbar spine, Lumbo Sacral spine, Sacrum, h.Coccyx, Scoliosis, Kyphosis Bones of the Thorax Skull l Land Marks, Planes Cranium, Facila Bones, Maxilla Mandible, Zygo Metic Bone, Temparo Mandibular Joint Mastoids, Petrous bones, Optic Foraman, Sella Turcica Para Nasal Sinuses Abdomen l AcuteAbdomen, Pregnancy, Pelvimetry, l Dental Radiography Special Procedures and Related Contrast Media l Contrast Media l Emergencies in Radiology Department l Excretory System, IVP, RGU, MCUG l PercutaneousTranshepatic Cholagiography l G.I.Tract l Barium Swallow, Barium Mea, Barium Meal FollowThrough, Barium Enema, Hystero Salpingo graphy, l Angio Graphy Tomography, Venography, Mammography, Sialography, Sinography Practical Competencies 1. Demonstration of Human Skeleton l Anatomical Position l Axis l Plane l Identification of Various Bones & Joints l Demonstration of Movement Possible at Various Joints 2. Characteristic Features, Side Determination Applied Anatomy of l Upper Limb Bones a. Scapula b. Clavicle c. Humerus d. Radius e. Ulna l Lower Limb Bones a. Hip b. Femur c. Tibia d. Fibula 3. Methods of BF Measurement 4. Surface Markings of Important Structure of The Body 5. Slide Preparation 6. Microscope Operations 7. Sample Collection 8. Review of Anatomy, Physiology & Related Pathology l Surface Marking & Identification of Various Parts and Structures In Human Body l Identification of Bones and Parts on X-ray Film 9. X-ray Equipment For Radiographers l X-ray Tubes and General Features and Mobile Equipment l Image lntensifier l Care and Maintenance of X-ray Equipment To Study Effects of Kv And Mas Demonstration of Radiation Safety Devices l To Survey X-ray Control For Radiation l X-ray lntensifying Screens l Demonstrate the Uses of Grid, Potter Bucky and Radio Graphic Contrast l Demonstrate Effects of Improper Centering of X-rayTube l Radiation Field Coincidence 10. Basics of lmaging 11. Radiographic Dark Room Techniques 12. Radiographic Positioning 13. Special Investigations l Radiography in various position for all the special radiological procedures, using contrast media as per syllabus SOFT SKILLS 1. Customer Orientation 2. Interpersonal skills 3. Communication skills (WrittenNerbal) 4. Etiquettes & Manners 5. Personality Development 6. Basic Computer Knowledge