Imaging Methods and Nuclear Medicine - International students, 4th year


 

  1. Imaging methods - principles, division according to source of signal, detector, demands on patient, hazards of different methods, history
  2. X ray equipment, X ray tube, characteristics of X ray radiation, X ray film and its characteristics
  3. Radiography and fluoroscopy, principle of image enhancement (image intensifier) - description of the source, detector, radiation load
  4. Hazards of X ray examination, prevention against radiation
  5. Contrast media, reaction on their application, treatment of allergic reactions
  6. Digital image - basic characterization, digital radiography – sorts of detectors, possibilities of image postprocessing, communication and archiving
  7. Process of description of radiological examination, basic described structures and formulations - radiological semiology, formulation of radiological report of images of peripheral bones, chest, paranasal sinuses, ultrasonographic examination of abdomen, CT examination of brain, chest and abdomen, MR examination of brain and spine
  8. Angiography (including DSA) – technics, description of methodology of examination, preparation of patient, main indications and contraindications, basic anatomical structures, diagnostic and interventional procedures
  9. Non-invasive vessel imaging – technique, description of methodology of examination, preparation of patient, main indications and contraindications
  10. Principle of ultrasonography – technique, description of methodology of examination, preparation of patient, main indications and contraindications
  11. Principle of CT–technique, description of methodology of examination, preparation of patient, main indications and contraindications
  12. Principle of MRI–technique, description of methodology of examination, preparation of patient, main indications and contraindications
  13. Ultrasonography of abdomen – technique, description of methodology of examination, preparation of patient, main indications and contraindications, basic anatomic structures
  14. Diagnostic imaging of bones – technique, description of methodology of examination, preparation of patient, main indications and contraindications, basic anatomic structures
  15. Diagnostic imaging of bone fractures – technique, description of methodology of examination, preparation of patient, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures
  16. Diagnostic imaging of inflammatory involvement of bones and joints – indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures
  17. Diagnostic imaging of bone tumours – indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures
  18. Diagnostic imaging of degenerative involvement of joints – indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures
  19. Diagnostic imaging by involvement of spinal column and spinal cord – indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures
  20. Imaging methods in traumatology – indication of individual imaging methods, their sequence and significance
  21. Imaging methods in neurology – indication of individual imaging methods, their sequence and significance
  22. Diagnostic imaging of CNS injury – indications and limitations of individual imaging methods and their significance
  23. Diagnostic imaging of CNS tumours (brain and spine) – indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, their sequence, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures of brain, spinal column and spinal cord
  24. Normal X ray and CT picture of thoracic organs, normal wording of report, radiological picture of most common pathological involvement of chest.
  25. X ray picture of inflammatory involvement of lungs, its differential diagnosis.
  26. Diagnostic imaging of tumours of lungs and pleura - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures
  27. Diagnostic imaging of tuberculosis, pneumoconiosis and pulmonary fibrosis - main dg. signs, basic anatomy of thorax
  28. Diagnostic imaging of pulmonary emphysema - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures of pulmonary parenchyma
  29. Diagnostic imaging of trauma of thorax - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures of chest wall and lungs.
  30. Diagnostic imaging of expansive processes of mediastinum - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures
  31. Diagnostic imaging of inborn errors of lungs, neonatal pneumopathies - main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures, differences compared with adults.
  32. Changes of X ray picture in inborn and acquired heart diseases - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures of heart and great vessels
  33. Diagnostic imaging of GIT obstructions - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures of GIT and peritoneal cavity
  34. Diagnostic imaging of GIT perforation - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures of GIT and peritoneal cavity
  35. Contrast examination of GIT – description of methodology, patient’s preparation, main indication and contraindication, basic anatomical structures of GIT and peritoneal cavity
  36. Vascular and nonvascular methods of interventional radiology by GIT diseases, main anatomical structures of GIT and peritoneal cavity
  37. Diagnostics and conservative treatment of invagination - indications and contraindications, possible radiological approaches, basic diagnostic signs
  38. Diagnostic imaging of liver, gallbladder and billiard tract - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures
  39. Diagnostic imaging of retroperitoneal involvement – particularly of pancreas and adrenal glands - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures of retroperitoneum
  40. Diagnostic imaging of acute abdomen - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures of GIT and peritoneal cavity
  41. Diagnostic imaging of uropoetic system indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures
  42. Imaging methods in gynaecology and obstetrics - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures
  43. Diagnostic imaging of inborn errors of anorectal and urogenital region - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomic structures
  44. Interventional radiology by liver and biliary tract involvement – indications and contraindications, names and description of individual methods, description of methodology of examination, basic diagnostic signs
  45. Imaging methods in ENT involvement - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomical structures in head and neck area
  46. Diagnostic imaging of breast - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomical structures, normal description
  47. Diagnostic imaging of abdominal expansions - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomy of intraabdominal organs, peritoneal and retroperitoneal spaces
  48. Specialities of diagnostic imaging in childhood, fractures typical for children age - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, anatomy of small bone soft hand and foot
  49. Diagnostic imaging of acute thorax involvement - indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomy of heart and coronary arteries
  50. Diagnostic imaging of bone expansion – indications and limitations of individual imaging methods, main diagnostic signs, basic anatomical structures of individual bones
     

Total number of questions: 50

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