Radiology 3, 4.5 creditsRöntgendiagnostik 3, 4.5 hp
- Course code
- Course name
- Radiology 3
- 4.5 credits
- Form of Education
- Higher Education, study regulation 2007
- Main field of study
- G2 - First cycle 2
- Grading scale
- Fail (U), pass (G) or pass with distinction (VG)
- Department of Clinical Science, Intervention and Technology
- Decided by
- Programnämnden för röntgensjuksköterskprogrammet
- Decision date
- Revised by
- Programnämnd 6 Biomedicinsk analytiker- och Röntgensjuksköterskeprogrammen
- Last revision
- Course syllabus valid from
- Autumn 2010
Specific entry requirements
To be qualified to a higher semester, it is required that the student has taken at least 15 credits from last semester, and all credits from previous semesters.
On completion of the course, the student should be able to: identify and explain common pathological changes, their position in pediatric radiology in the musculoskeletal system, thorax and abdomen. identify and explain common pathological changes and their position within neuroradiology. describe how contrast agents can contribute to the diagnosis in pediatric and neuroradiological studies. describe how pathological changes are visualised in different diagnostic imaging examination methods. review and account for different scientific publications relevant to diagnostic radiology and discuss clinical application of the results. analyse and assess illustrative material concerning image quality. account for different examination methods within neuroradiology
In the course, different examination methods are studied and commonly occurring pathology that may be done visible with diagnostic imaging methods within pediatric and neurological radiology. An important part is to identify disease that require acute actions. Strong emphasis is placed on to be able to explain pathological changes and their position with an adequate medical terminology.
Lectures, seminars and image studies.
Examination takes place through independent written examination. In consultation with the examiner of the course, the student may get a complementary assignment in case of absence from a compulsory part. The student is entitled to a total of six test occasions to get passed. In Connections to the course three occasions will be given One within the course, one during the following re-examination. The third opportunity is provided before the beginning of the next semester, or in close connection to that. In some cases, it is required that the student submits an exemption application before he/she has the results of his/her latest completed examination. Three more opportunities are provided according to the same set-up when the course is given next time.
The student has the opportunity to be examined under a previous course syllabus within a year after the date of the course was decided is closed -down or undergoes major changes.
Course evaluation will be carried out in accordance with the guidelines established by the Board of Education at Karolinska Institutet.
Literature and other teaching aids
Lund : Studentlitteratur, 2004 - 460 s. ISBN:91-44-02418-5 (inb.) LIBRIS-ID:9416256 Library search
3. ed., rev. and updated /b Torsten B.Moeller, Emil Reif : Stuttgart : Thieme, 2007 - ix, 264 s. ISBN:3-13-125503-X (GTV) LIBRIS-ID:10257344 Library search
3. ed., rev. and updated : Stuttgart : Thieme, cop. 2007 - viii, 247 s. ISBN:3-13-125603-6 (GTV) LIBRIS-ID:10322889 Library search
1. uppl. : Lund : Studentlitteratur, 2008 - 848 s. ISBN:978-91-44-03887-2 (inb.) LIBRIS-ID:10948825 URL: http://www.studentlitteratur.se/omslagsbild/artnr/31995-01/height/320/width/320/bild.jpg Library search
2. ed. : London : Arnold, cop.2001 - 262 s. ISBN:0-340-76231-4 (pbk) LIBRIS-ID:8284493 Library search
2. ed. : Philadelphia, Pa. : Saunders, cop. 2005 - 416 s.b ill. ISBN:0-7216-0527-3 (hft.) LIBRIS-ID:9681659 Library search
7 : New Jersey : MediMedia, 2004 - 362 ISBN:1929007-4-69 Library search