Curriculum | Bachelor of Physiotherapy | RADIOLOGY

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Paper Code –

RADIOLOGY

TEACHING HOURS:150

THEORY-75

PRACTICAL-75

THEORY-8O MARKS

PRACTICAL – 80MARKS

TIME: 3 HRS

Note: For Paper setters /Examiners

  • Paper setter is required to set eight questions from the entire syllabus out of which 5 questions is to be attempted, each carrying 16 marks. 

Course Objectives: 

  1. To understand basics of Radiography.
  2. Interpretation of different techniques of Radiography .

 

S NO. TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES( At the end of the course the student shall be able to) TEACHING GUIDELINES METHODOLOGY TIME
I REGIONAL RADIOGRAPHY

 

Learn about various views and interpretations used in Radiography.  To cover  Upper limb, Lower Limb, Skull, Vertebral column, Chest and Abdomen. Lecture discussion

Explain using charts , models, X-ray films and interpretation of reports.

25
II BASICS OF MAMMOGRAPHY Learn about the basics of Mammography and its technique. To cover indications and interpretation of mammography film. Lecture discussion

Explain using charts models, mammography films.

03
III ULTRASOUND

 

Basics of Sonography, and their clinical applications. To cover sonography of Abdomen, pelvis and thorax. Coloured Doppler. Lecture discussion

Explain using charts models , practical demonstration., interpretation of various reports.

 

10
IV ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY To learn about basics of echocardiography and their clinical interpretation. To cover indications, use of colour Doppler in echocardiography, and echocardiography in different conditions. Lecture discussion

Explain using charts and models, practical demonstration., interpretation of various reports.

 

06
V CT SCAN To learn basics of CT Scan principle and interpretation. To cover basic principle of ct scan, advantages, disadvantages, NCCT, CECT Brain , face, sinus, neck, mastoid, temporal bone, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, extremities. Contrast media used in CT. Lecture discussion

Explain using charts and models and films of CT Scans.

12
VI MRI To learn basics of MRI principle and interpretation. To cover basic principle, contrast agent used in MRI, hazards, bio-effects and safety in MRI, MRI (plain and contrast): brain, face, sinus, neck, mastoid, pituitary, salivary gland,thorax, abdomen, pelvis, whole spine, extremities. Lecture discussion

Explaing using charts and models, films of MRI.

12
VII ADVANCEMENT IN CT To learn about basics of advancement in CT. To cover Cardiac multislice CT, CT fluoroscopy, CT Angiography, CT guided Biopsy. Lecture discussion

Explain using charts and models and films of CT.

07

PRACTICAL   Teaching Hrs-75

The student of Radiotherapy must be able to identify and interpret different films of Radiography.

  1. Identify basic X- Ray films and their interpretation..
  2. Identify basic CT SCAN films and their interpretation
  3. Identify basic advancement in CT films and their interpretation
  4. Identify basic MRI ( both plain and contrast) films and their interpretation
  5. Identify basic Echocardiography and Mammography and their interpretation.

 

Reference Books:

Radiographic positioning-Clark

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Admission Open- 2018