Master of Science (Radiology and Imaging Technology) ONTARIO CANADAJRD Global EDU
- St. thomas (Canada)
Frequent Asked Questions
· What are the objectives of this course?
EMPLOYABILITY After successful completion of program a student will be capable of holding assignments in hospital and health care institutions, research laboratories and diagnostic centers. Students with an instinct to learn can do higher studies in specialized field of study and can progress as scientists and even can enjoy faculty positions in academic institutions.
What you'll learn on the course
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- Diagnostic radiography deals with examination of internal organs, bones, cavities and foreign objects; includes cardiovascular imaging and interventional radiography.
- Sonography uses high frequency sound and is used in: obstetrics (including fetal monitoring throughout pregnancy), necology, abdominal, pediatrics, cardiac, vascular and musculo-skeletal region imaging.
- Fluoroscopy live motion radiography (constant radiation) usually used to visualize the digestive system; monitor the administration of contrast agents to highlight vessels and organs or to help position devices within the body.
- CT (Computed Tomography) which provides cross-sectional views (slices) of the body; can also reconstruct additional images from those taken to provide more information in either 2 or 3D.
- MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) builds a 2-D or 3-D map of different tissue types within the body.
- Nuclear Medicine uses radioactive tracers which can be administered to examine how the body and organs function, for example the kidneys or heart.
- Radiotherapy uses radiation to shrink, and sometimes eradicate, cancerous cells/growths in and on the body.
- Mammography use low dose x-ray systems to produce images of the human mammary glands.
- Human Anatomy
- Human Physiology
- Radiation Physics
- Radio Diagnosis
- Medical Microbiology
- Medical Biochemistry
- Specialised Diagnostic Techniques
- Radiological Technology