Students build on foundation knowledge and understanding of anatomy to explore structures and tissues in cross section. The subject considers the normal cross-sectional anatomy of the major skeletal and soft tissue structures of the head, neck, thorax, abdomen, pelvis and limbs enabling consideration of imaging pathology. The normal image appearance of the structures and their relationships, as demonstrated in multiple sectional planes on plain and contrast x-rays, CT, MRI and, where appropriate, co-registration with physiological imaging (SPECT and PET), will be considered in detail.
School of Dentistry and Health Sciences
Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Diagnostic Radiography)
Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging)
Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Radiation Therapy)
BMS191 and BMS192 Human Bioscience 1 and 2
MRS121 Introduction to Medical Radiation Science
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