Diploma in Medical Imaging Technology

Asian Institute of Health Science

Rs 30,000
+ VAT
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Description

To make the students to learn the basic anatomy of the body, so that they can interpret the parts on the radiograph. To teach the basic physiology of the body & how pathology will alter it leading to a disease process. To train the students in conventional radiography as well as in modern imaging techniques. To educate students about a few alternate procedures which are not routinely perform

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Requirements: 10+2 or equivalents to science or 2 years vocational course in Radiography / Radio diagnosis after 10thstandard from a recognized University/Institution/Board. In case of Lateral Enetry- One Year Diploma\Certificate in Radio Diagnosis technology from a recognized institution after 10+2. In this scheme students have to appear and pass the first semester exam.

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Aurangabad
Asian Institute of Health and Science,Gopinath Chamber, 2nd Floor, Adalat Road, Aurangabad, 431005, Maharashtra, India
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On request
Mumbai
Asian Institute of Health Science,Ravi Hospital, 50, Anandnagar,Vasai (West), 401 202, Maharashtra, India
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Navi Mumbai
Asian Institute of Health Science,Vaishali Hospital, Sector 10, Plot - 16, Airoli, Navi Mumbai - 400 708, Maharashtra. , 400 708, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme


This program focuses on the innumerable technical procedures for diagnosing various disease processes. This course is designed to meet the new requirements of the health sector, wherein the students are educated and trained in the technical aspects of the procedures, with a special emphasis on the anatomy and pathophysiology of the disease process.

Fisrt Year

Semester I:
Communication skills
Basic computer skills - 1
Basic of Anatomy
Basic of Physiology
Fundamentals of Imaging Technology


Semester II:
Radiographic Anatomy
Radiological Physics
Radiographic Photography
General Principles of Hospital Practice & Care of
Patients


Second Year

Semester III:
Physics of Radiographic Equipment
Radiographic Techniques-Routine Procedures-Paper-I
Radiographic Techniques-Routine Procedures-PaperII
Radiographic Techniques-Routine Procedures-Paper-III



Semester IV:
Patient Care in Diagnostic Radiology
Radiographic Techniques-Special Procedures-Paper-I
Radiographic Techniques- Special Procedures-Paper- II
Radiographic Techniques- Special Procedures-Paper-II
Quality Assurance & Radiation Safety

Additional information

Payment options: Rs.15000/- per semester

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