D.M. R. D.

MAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
In Nashik

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Nashik
Vani Road, Mhasrul, Nashik , 422004, Maharashtra, India
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D.M. R. D.

PAPER I : Radiation Physics, Protective measures and Physics involving imaging techniques.
Same as M.D.
PAPER II : Radiological imaging in congenital and systemic diseases. ( Respiratory system,
Cardio Vascular System, Gastro Intestinal Tract, Skeletal system Genito Urinary
System).
PAPER III : Hepato-biliary system, CNS, Miscellaneous, Radiological procedures and
Interventional procedures & Interventional Radiology.

A. BASIC RADIOLOGY
I. IMAGING TECHNIQUIES AND MODALITIES
1.1.1 Department Organization: Digital Imaging and PACS:
1.1.2 Digital imaging and PACS: Picture Reliving and Communication System
1.1.3 Digital Imaging and PACS: what should a radiologist expect from PACS
1.1.4 Digital Imaging and PACS: Image processing in Computed Radiography
1.2 Intravascular Contrast Media
1.3 Whole body Computed Tomography: Recent Advances
1.4 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Basic Principles
1.5 Ultrasound : general Principles
1.6 Radionuclide imaging
1.6.1 Radionuclide imaging: General Principles
1.6.2 Radionuclide imaging: Pediatric Nuclear Medicine
1.7 Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry
1.8 Functional and Physiological Imaging
1.9 Medicolegal issues in Diagnostic Radiology
1.10 Radiation Protection and patient doses in diagnostic radiology
II. RESPIRATORY SYSTEM :
1.1 Techniques of Investigations
1.11 Standard Techniques
1.1.2 Tomography: a) Conventional film Tomography
b) Computed Tomography
1.1.3 Digital Radiography
1.1.4 Magnetic Resonance Imaging
1.1.5 Radionuclide Imaging a) Ventilation
b) Other thoracic scanning techniques
1.1.6 Pronchography
1.1.7 Ultrasound
1.1.8 Angiography
1.1.9 Lung Biopsy & Other Interventional Techniques.
1.2 Normal Chest:
1.2.1 The Lungs (Radiological Anatomy} & CT Terminology)
1.2.2 The Central Airways
1.2.3 The Lungs beyond Hila
1.2.4 The Hila
1.2.5 The Mediastinum : a) CT & MRI
b) Plain film appearances
i) The junctional lines :
ii) The right Mediastinum above azygous vein
iii) The left Mediastinum above Aortic arch
vi) The supra aortic Mediastinum on lateral view
v ) The right Middle Mediastinum border below azygous arch.
vi) The left cardiac border below aortic arch
vii) The para spinal lines
viii) The retrosternal line
1.2.6 The Diaphragm
1.3 Interpretation the Chest Radiograph :
1.3.1 Identification of the Radiograph
1.3.2 Technical Consideration
1.3.3 Detection and Description of abnormalities: i) Silhouette Sie
ii) Alterations
iii) Consolidation
iv) Collapse
v) Nodular Opacities
vi) Ring Opacities
vii) Linear/ Intestitial/ Pleural, /Chest Wall
Opacities.
viii) Abnormal Transradiancy
1.4 The Chest Wall, Pleura & Diphragm
1.4.1 Chest Wall :
i) Soft tissue /Breasts
ii) Ribs /Sternum/Clavicle, Spine
1.4.2 The Pleura :
i) Normal Pleura
ii) Pleural Pathologies
1.4.3 The Diaphragm :
i) Height/ Eventration/Movements/Paralysis
ii) Hernias/Trauma/Neoplasm
1.5 The Mediastinum :
1.5.1 Techniques. .
1.5.2 Mediastinal Masses: i) Thyroid/ Para Thyroid Messes/Thymic tumors/Tymic
hyperplasia/Teratoma/ Cermcell Tumor.
ii) Mediastinal lymphadenopthy
iii) Neurogenic Tumors
iv) Extra medullar heamatopes/Mesenchymal Iumors/ Hernaration
of / Mediastinal lipomatosis/ Aneusyrum
1.5.3 Differential Diagnosis:
1.5.4 Other Mediastinal Lesions: i) Acute/ fibrosing Medlastinitis
1.6 Pulmonary Infections in Adults .
1.6.1 Pneumonia
1.6.2 Associated features and complications of pneumonia
1.6.3 Pulmonary tuberculosis
1.6.4 HIV & AIDS
1.7 Large Airway Obstruction :
1.7.1 Collapse: General features /Collapse of individual lobes / entire lung/ segmental collapse/
Rounded /obstructive collapse
1.7.2 Obstructive Pneumonities/ Bronchoscope/Broncheietasis
1.8 Pulmonary lobar Collapse essential considerations :
1.9 Chronic inflow Obstruction :
1.9.1 Asthama:
1.9.2 Choronic Bronchitis and Emphysema
1.9.3 Bronchiolitis
2.0 Pulmonary Neoplasms :
2.0.1 Bronchial Carcinomas
2.0.2 Benign Pulmonary Tumors
2.0.3 Malignant Lymphoma
2.0.4 Metastases
2.0.5 The solitary Pulmonary Nodule
21 Diffuse Pulmonary. Disease / Industrial Lung Disease / HRCT :
2.1.1 Pulmonary Oedema :
2.1.2 Diffuse pulmonary Haemorrhage
2.1.3 Inhalation of particulate matter
2.1.4 Diffuse pulmonary Fibrosis
2.1.5 Sarcoidosis / Collagen Vascular Disease I Systemic Vasculitidis I Lymphoid Disorders of
Lungs / Pulmonary Eosinophilia I Drug induced Lung Disease
2.2 Chest Trauma :
2.3 Pulmonary Thromboembolism :
2.3.1 Imaging Chest Radiograph/ Radionuclide Study I Pulmonary Arteriography/ CT / MRI
2.4 .Post Operative & Critically ill Patients :
2.4.1 Cardiopulmonary Disease
2.4.2 Post Thoracotomy Radiograph
2.4.3 Support and Monitoring apparatus
2.4.4 Radiation Therapy
2.5 Chest Radiography after Lung Transplantation :
26 Congenital Pulmonary Anamolies :
2.6.1 Abnormal Development of Lung Bud
2.6.2 Abnormalities of separation of the lung had from the foregut
2.6.3 Abnormalities of Pulmonary Vasculature
2.6.4 Ectopic of Hamartomatous Development
2.7 The Infant and Young Child :
2.7.1 Pathologies of Diaphragm
2.7.2 Pleural Abnormalities
2.7.3 Inflammation
2.7.4 Airway Obstruction
2.7.5 Diffuse Lung Disease .
2.7.6 Respiratory Distress in Newborn Baby
2.8 Interventional Techniques in Thoracs:
2.8.1 Biopsy Procedures
2.8.2 Thoracic Drainage Procedure
2.8.3 Thoracic Sympathectomy
2.8.4 Therapeutic Embolisation
2.8.5 Dilatation & Stenting Techniques
2.8.6 Extraction Techniques.
III. THE HEART AND GREAT VESSELS
3.1 Cardiac Anatomy and Enlargement- :
3.1.1 Plain Radiography
3.1.2 Enlargement of various chambers on Plain Radiography
3.2 Echo Cardiography including Doppler .
3.3 Nuclear Cardiology:
3.4 Digital Imaging of Cardiovascular System .
3.5 Magnetic Resonance of Heart and Circulation .
3.6 Congenital Heart Disease :
3.6.1 General Principles
3.6.2 Left to right shunts .
3.6.3 Central Sinuses
3.6.4 Other Congenital Heart Disease
.
3.7 Aquired Heart Disease: i) Non Rheumatic/ Rheumatic Mitral VD
ii) Tricuspid VD
iii) Aortic VD
3.8 Ischaemic Heart Disese : i) Coronary Atreriography
ii) Left Ventriculography
iii) Angina Pectoris
iv) Myocardial Infarction
v) Mechanical Complication of MI
3.9 Pumlonary Circulation : i) Anatomy and Physiology
ii) Pulmonary Vascularity in Heart Disease
iii) Pulmonary Arterial hypertension/ Its Imaging
iv) MR in Pulmonary Vascular Abnormalities .
3.10 Cadiomyopathy, Cardio Tumors, Trauma :
3.11 The Imaging of Prosthetic Cardiac .Valves :
3.12 The pericardium :
3.13 Thoracic Aorta :
3.14 Interventional Procedures and Heart Disease :
IV .THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT:
4.1 The Abdomen: Plain Radiographic findings In acute abdomen
4.1.1 Normal appearances
4.1.2 Abdominal Calcification/Dilatation of bowel/Pneumoperitoneum
4.1.3 The Post Operative Abdomen
4.1.4 Inflammatory Conditions
4.2 The Esophagus
4.2.1 Anatomy .and Functions
4.2.2 Methods of Examination
4.2.3 Pathologies of Esophagus
4.2.4 Motility Disorders
4.2.5 Extrinsic lesions/ miscellaneous conditions
1.3 The stomach
4.3.1 Radiological anatomy and methods of examination
4.3.2 Inflammatory Diseases
4.3.3 Neoplastic Conditions
4.4.4 Radionuchde Studies in Stomach
4.4 The Duodenum
4.4.1 Anatomy and Normal Appearances
4.4.2 Methods of Radiological Examination
4.4.3 Peptic ulceration
4.4.4 Gastro heterotopia /diverticula
4.4.5 Neoplasms benign and malignant
4.3 The Small Intestine
4.5.1 Anatomy and normal appearances
4.5.2 Methods of radiological examination
4.5.3 Crohns disease/Coeliac Disease/Neoplasms/various conditions
6 The Large Bowel
4.6.1 Anatomy and Normal Appearances
4.6.2 Methods of Radiological Examination
4.6.3 Tumors
4.6.4 Diverticular Disease
4.6.5 Colitis
4.6.6 Aids
4.6.7 Miscellaneous Conditions
4.7 Peritoneum, Mesentery and Omentum
4.7.1 Peritoneal spaces and reflections
4.7.2 Abnormalities of Peritoneum
4.7.3 Abnormalities of Mesentry
4.7.4 Abnormalities of greater Omentum
4.8 Gastrointestinal Angiography.
4.8.1 General Consideration
4.8.2 Gastro intestinal bleeding
4.9 Interventional Radiology in Gastrointestinal tract
4.9.1 Introduction
4.9.2 Esophagus
4.9.3 Stomach and Duodenum
4.9.4 Small Intestine
4.9.5 Colon and Rectum
4.10 Pediatric Gastrointestinal Radiology
4.10.1 The Neonate
4.10.2 The Infant and Older Child
V. Liver, Biliary tract, Pancreas, Endocrine System and Lymphoma
5.1 The Liver
5.1.1 Normal and variant Anatomy
5.1.2 Liver Imaging Techniques
5.1.3 Diffuse Disease
5.1.4 Focal Disease
5.1.5 Intervention
5.2 The Biliary Tract
5.2.1 Anatomic Consideration
5.2.2 Methods of investigation
5.2.3 Biliary Disorders
5.3 Interventional Techniques Hepatobiliary System
5.3.1 Liver Biopsy
5.3.2 Biliary Obstruction
5.3.3 Malignant Biliary Obstruction
5.3.4 Percutaneous Cholangiography and Biliary Drainage Procedures
5.3.5 Vascular Interventional Techniques in Hepatobiliry System
5.4 Radiology of Liver Transplantation
5.4.1 Indications
5.4.2 Pre Transplant Assessment
5.4.3 Radiological Procedures before Transplantation
5.4.4 Post Transplantation Monitoring and Complications
5.5 The Pancreas
5.5.1 Embryology and Anatomy
5.5.2 Congenital Anomalies
5.5.3 Multisystem Diseases with Pancreatic involvement
5.5.4 Pancreatitis
5.5.5 Pancreatic Neoplasms
5.5.6 Trauma
5.5.7 Interventional Radiology in Pancreas
5.6 Imaging of the Endocrine System :
5.6.1 Hypothalamic-Pituitary Axis
5.6.2 Pineal Gland
5.6.3 Thyroid Gland
5.6.4 Parathyroid Gland
5.6.5 Pancreatic & Gastrointestinal Endocrine Disorders
5.6.6 Carcinoid Tumors
5.6.7 Adrenal Glands
5.6.8 Female Reproductive System .
5.6.9 Male Reproductive System
5.7 Reticuloendothelial Disorders : Lymphoma
5.7.1 Epidermilogy
5.7.2 Histopathological Classification
5.7.3 Staging Investigation and Management
5.7.4 Extranodal Manifestation of Lymphoma
5.7.5 Monitoring response to therapy
5.8 Reticuloendothenial Disorders: The Spleen


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