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Radiodiagnosis and Imaging

  About the Department

GOAL

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The broad goal of the teaching & training of Post-graduate student in Radio-Diagnosis is to make them understand & implement the knowledge regarding the role of various imaging modalities, helpful in the management of different clinical conditions. At the end of his/her training, he/she should be capable to take up a career in teaching institution or in diagnostic center or in research.

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Realization of the basic need of various radio-diagnostic tools. Radio-diagnostic Techniques to be adopted indifferent clinical situations in diagnosis of ailments

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE

PG

Knowledge

At the end of the course the student shall be able to:
  • Explain the interaction of tile X-rays with mater to produce an image.
  • Formularize with the principles of various imaging modalities (e.g. .US/CT/MRI) & their applications in medicine.
  • Explain the biological hazards of ionizing radiation & protective measures.
  • Explain the normal Anatomy, Physiology of various organs and their deviation from normal) & its consequences.
  • Summarize the fundamental aspects of embryology & alteration in development with reference to congenital anomalies.
  • Select appropriate imaging modality for- study of specific condition.
  • Explain the role of imaging, pre-operative, intra-operative & post-operative Conditions.
  • Evaluate role of imaging modalities in various therapeutic applications (Interventional Radiology)
  • Update information about recent advances in imaging sciences.
  • Effectively organize & supervise the diagnostic procedures to ensure quality control/assurances.
UG
The student shall be able to :
  • Understand basics of X-ray / USG production, its utility and hazards
  • Appreciate and diagnose radiological changes in diseases of Chest, Abdomen, Skeletal system, Gastro-intestinal system, Genito-urinary System & CNS
  • Learn about various Imaging techniques like nuclear medicine, computerized tomography (CT), Ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), conventional & Digital subtraction Angiography (DSA).
  • Prompt diagnosis and management of emergencies like Acute Myocardial infarction, anaphylactic shock, snake bite etc.

SKILL

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At the end of the course the student shall be able to:
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At the end of the course the student shall be able to :

Integration

Knowledge acquired in Radio diagnosis shall help the students to integrate imaging Techniques with structure & function of the human body in health & disease.

  Facilities

Specialized services provided by the department

Specialized equipment available in the department

Sr. No. Name of the Clinic
1 Digital Substraction Angiography - Siemens Axiom Artis U
2 Multislice CT Scan Machine 128 Slice
3 MRI Machine 1.5 T.
4 4 D Ultrasonography & Colour Doppler Siemens
5 Ultrasonography & Colour Doppler
6 Acuson X 300 ultrasound colour Doppler
7 Wipro GE Color Doppler Machine (logic F8)
7 Wipro GE 4D Color Doppler Machine (Voluson P8)
9 Mammography Machine
10 X-Ray Machine 800mA with IITV Siemens
11 X-Ray Machine 800mA
12 X-Ray Machine 500mA
13 X-Ray Machine 600mA
14 X-Ray Machine 300mA
15 X-Ray Machine 300mA
16 X-Ray Machine (Mobile) 100mA
17 X-Ray Machine (Mobile) 100mA
18 X-Ray Machine (Mobile) 100mA
19 115mA portable X-ray machine GE
20 115mA portable X-ray machine GE
21 X-Ray Machine (Mobile) 60mA
22 Computerised Radiography Machine (fuji)
23 Dry Laser Camera ( Fuji)/ manual printer
24 Thermal Printer
25 PACS system

Specialty clinics being run by the department

Service provided by the Department

Library

Departmental Library

Deparatmental Museum

  Publication

Publication from the department during last 3 years

Sr .No. Name of Authors Citation Year of Publication
1 Dr. Rajat Malhotra1*,
Dr. Abhay G. Kakade
Dr. Nilesh Choudhari2
Magnetic Resonance Venography Proving its Utility and Standard over Clinical Findings in Diagnosing Cases of Cerebral Venous Thrombosis - A Case Series MVP Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol 4(1), 89-96, January-June 2017 2017
2 Dr. Chaudhari Nilesh *,
Ameya D. Sinkar,
Samparna Swoyam
Role of magnetic resonance imaging in evaluation of perianal fistulas.
International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences Int J Res Med Sci. 2016 Feb;4(2):482-485 pISSN 2320-6071 | eISSN 2320-6012
2016
3 Dr. Chaudhari Nilesh *,
Dr. Saurav Mittal,
Dr. Krutik Patel,
Dr. Shopnil Prasla
Magnetic Resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP)- for evaluation of pancreatico- biliary diseases.
International Journal of Current Research Vol. 8, Issue, 12, pp.43656-43661, December, 2016
2016
4 Dr. Chaudhari Nilesh H1,
Murkey Nikhil S2,
Patel Krutik A3
Study of MRI features of avascular necrosis of femoral head and to study association of bone marrow edema and hip joint effusion with avascular necrosis.
International Journal of Health Sciences & Research (IJHSR)ISSN: 2249-9571Vol.5; Issue: 2; February 2015
2015
5 Dr. Chaudhari Nilesh H1,
Sinkar Ameya S2
Role of MRI in Various Wrist Joint Pathologies. International Journal of Health Sciences & Research (IJHSR) ISSN: 2249-9571Vol.5; Issue: 9; September 2015 2015
6 Dr. Chaudhari Nilesh Role of Abnormal Umbilical Artery And Middle Cerebral Artery Flow Velocity Waveforms In Predicting Adverse Perinatal Outcome In Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR) Fetuses.
International Journal of Current Research (IJCR) ISSN: 0975-833XVol. 6; Issue : 11; November, 2014
2014
7 Dr. Chaudhari Nilesh Correlation of Abnormal Umbilical Artery and Fetal Middle Cerebral Artery S/D Ratios with Oligohydramnios and Pre-Eclampsia and Its Role in Predicting Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR).
International Journal of Health Sciences & Research ISSN: 2249-9571Vol.4; Issue: 12 December 2014
2014