Radiodiagnosis and Imaging

About the Department



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.


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




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

  1. Explain the interaction of tile X-rays with mater to produce an image.
  2. Formularize with the principles of various imaging modalities (e.g. .US/CT/MRI) & their applications in medicine.
  3. Explain the biological hazards of ionizing radiation & protective measures.
  4. Explain the normal Anatomy, Physiology of various organs and their deviation from normal) & its consequences.
  5. Summarize the fundamental aspects of embryology & alteration in development with reference to congenital anomalies.
  6. Select appropriate imaging modality for- study of specific condition.
  7. Explain the role of imaging, pre-operative, intra-operative & post-operative Conditions.
  8. Evaluate role of imaging modalities in various therapeutic applications (Interventional Radiology)
  9. Update information about recent advances in imaging sciences.
  10. Effectively organize & supervise the diagnostic procedures to ensure quality control/assurances.


The student shall be able to

  1. Understand basics of X-ray / USG production, its utility and hazards
  2. Appreciate and diagnose radiological changes in diseases of Chest, Abdomen, Skeletal system, Gastro-intestinal system, Genito-urinary System & CNS
  3. Learn about various Imaging techniques like nuclear medicine, computerized tomography (CT), Ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), conventional & Digital subtraction Angiography (DSA).



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

  • Make use of conventional & other imaging sciences to achieve definitive diagnosis.
  • Analyze & interpret imaging data.
  • Demonstrate the skills of solving Scientific & clinical problems & decision making.
  • Develop skills as a self:-directed learner recognize continuing educational needs, select & use appropriate learning resources.
  • Demonstrate Competence in basic concepts of research methodology & be able to critically analyze relevant literature.


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

  • Interpret various radiological findings and their consequences
  • Use basic protective techniques during various Imaging procedures
  • Advice appropriate Diagnostic procedures to arrive at an appropriate diagnosis.


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


Specialty Clinics

  • Being run by the department – Interventional Radiology

Service provided by the Department

  • Conventional Radiology
  • Contrast Radiography such as histosalpingography, barium studies, intravenous pyelography,sinogram & fistulogram
  • C.T. Scan with CT guided interventional procedures
  • M.R. Scan including MR fistulography, MV angiogram & Venogram
  • Mammography:
  • Angiography procedure like DSA & conventional angiography
  • Ultrasonography including all dimensional (2D, 3D, 4D Sonography), Colour Doppler & Interventional procedures

Departmental Library - Available

Departmental Museum - Available


  • X-ray Machines
    • Static Machines
    • Mobile Machines
    • X-ray machines with T.V. imaging facility
  • CT Scan 128 slice
  • MRI 1.5 T.
  • Mammography Machine
  • Ultrasound Machine
    • Grey scale
    • Colour Doppler
  • Digital Subtraction Angiography

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