Radiologic Anatomy

 

This couse aims to provide students with a fundemental knowledge of human anatomy and physiology as illustruated through radiological imaging techniques of relevance to the medical physicist. They will develop a thorough knowledge of human anatomy/physiological processes and terminology. At the conclusion of the course the student shold be able to identify normal and abnormal anatomy/physiology from current medical imaging modalities; and effectively communicate with physicians regarding the details of image interpretation. Modalities utilized to explore human anatomy and physiology include radiology, computed tomography, positron emission tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasound.

 

 

Credits: 
3
Type: 
BME Medical Physics Courses
Program: 
Graduate
Course Number: 
BME 6533
Semester: 
Fall

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