Web based PACS
This subject is divided into two major strands, separated primarily on the basis of the anatomical structures best demonstrated by the modalities and the differences in imaging technique, image representation and the imaging planes used.
1. CT/MR Imaging; undertaken by students enrolled in the postgraduate Medical Radiation Science courses, and includes:
- the normal gross anatomical relationships and organisation, including normal variants, of major skeletal and soft tissue structures of the head, neck, thorax, abdomen, pelvis and the upper and lower limbs.
- the normal medical imaging appearances of these structures and their relationships, as demonstrated in coronal, sagittal and transverse planes on computer tomography and magnetic resonance imaging are considered in detail. Overlay of nuclear medicine data to CT and MRI data is also considered.
2. Medical Ultrasound; undertaken by students enrolled in the Medical Ultrasound courses, and includes:
- the normal gross anatomical relationships and organisation, including normal variants, of major soft tissue structures of the neck, abdomen, pelvis and the upper and lower limbs.
- the normal appearances of these structures and their relationships, as demonstrated by sonographic imaging are considered in detail.
-the development of the embryo and fetus through to birth, including the developmental anatomy of the major organ systems and the embryological basis of congenital anomalies and common pathological conditions.
School of Dentistry and Health Sciences
Available only to students enrolling in the Grad Dip/ MMedRadSc courses, GradDip/ MMedUltrasound, or at the discretion of the Courses Committee School of Dentistry and Health Sciences.
Basic understanding and knowledge of gross, surface and imaging anatomy
Web based PACS
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The information contained in the 2018 CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: August 2018. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.