RADI 8000 Diagnostic Radiology
An introduction to the interpretation of images and the role of diagnostic imaging in patient care. Clinical observation, lectures, and independent study at UH/AOP. Only 2 days of absence permitted for any reason.
RADI 8002 Nuclear Medicine
Nuclear Medicine encompasses the various uses of radioactive compounds in medical diagnosis and therapy. Students participate in the supervision and interpretation of nuclear medicine procedures under the guidance of the staff/residents at the AOP. Students will attend daily conferences.
RADI 8007 Interventional Radiology
Interventional Radiology is the treatment of disease conditions using minimally invasive means. These procedures are performed with X-rays, US, and CT guidance. The student will round with the team, participate in procedures, and attend daily conferences. Standard student evaluation used.
RADI 8600 Research in Radiology
Student must submit a research project description and the name of their preceptor to the course director prior to the start of the elective. Student is responsible for obtaining written evaluation. 2 week rotation not Honors eligible.
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