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Radiology & Medical Imaging Department 

Program Mission

Educate individuals to become competent radiology & medical imaging professionals capable of assuming leadership within the profession; to participate in research, and policy development, which enhances the educational process, the profession and health care; as well as to provide services to the university, the community and the profession which contribute to enhancing the wellbeing of the individual.

Attributes of Graduates

The graduates should be able to: -

 

1-Apply knowledge of mathematics, medical sciences basics and technology concepts to identify and get the solution of biomedical equipment problems.

2-Apply leadership/management principles, techniques and tools in promoting/directing care in medical sciences practice and spreading medical awareness in preventive applied medical sciences.

3-Conduct experiments as well as analyzes and interprets data.

4-Communicate   effectively   while   working   within   multi-disciplinary teams

5-Consider the impacts of technology solutions on society &environment.

6-Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary radiological issues.

7-Display professional and ethical responsibilities and contextual understanding

8-Engage in self- and life- long learning

9-Use accumulated knowledge to provide advice on the different radiological examinations (Conventional X-ray-CT-US-MRI-DXA), interventional, contrast examinations, radiation physics, radiation protection and nuclear medicine principles in clinic and hospital environment.

Program Objectives

The graduates must be able to:

1-Apply knowledge of basic and medical sciences and concepts to solve content related complex (multi-disciplinary) practical problems.

2-Work to maintain normal health and participate in providing good medical services as a member in the medical team or as a member in the medical research team.

3-Act as an active participant in spreading medical awareness in preventive medicine.

4-Follow rules of medical ethics and legal issues in the medical practice.

5-Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary applied science issues in the field of specialization.

6-Communicate effectively and recognize the need to be engaged in self- and life-long learning.

7-Apply the radiation safety precautions in hospitals, and other agencies.

8-Develop and instill professional attitudes and sound working practices.

9-Communicate and collaborate with individuals, patients, families through the teaching learning process to augment and promote optimal health.

10-Acquire the essential academic background, learning experiences and appropriate training to accomplish the recognized standards of a competent self – directed technologist.

11-Apply critical thinking and problem solving skills.

12-Apply technical principles in promoting/directing care and in own medical sciences practice.

13-Establish professional practical interactions with patient/ client and takes on an advocacy role during their interactions with the health care system.

Learning & Teaching Strategies

Course Contract

متطلبات الأشعة والتصوير الطبي

Radiology and Medical Imaging Requirements

(M.R)  1-متطلبات الاشعة الاجبارية

 

 

يجتاز الطالب 49 ساعة معتمدة للمقررات التالية:

1-Obligatory Radiology and Medical Imaging Requirements

Student Passes 49 credit hours of the following subjects

رمز ورقم المقرر

Subject Code

اسم المقرر – Subject Name

عدد الساعات

المعتمدة

Credit H

متطلب سابق

Prerequisite

MR FUND 402

اساسيات تكنولوجيا الأشعة

Fundamental of Radiation Technology

2

 

MR ANA 403

التشريح  المقطعي

General and Cross Sectional Anatomy

2

 

MRNUC 404

الطب النووى 1

Nuclear Medicine I

2

 

MR TECH 405

تكنولوجيا التصوير (الصدر- الاطراف)

Imaging Technology (Chest – Upper and Lower Extremes)

2

 

MR CE 505

فحوص التباين

Contrast Examinations

2

 

MR TECH 506

تكنولوجيا التصوير (الجمجمة-العمود الفقري)

Imaging Technology (Skull – Spine)

2

 

MR ULTR 507

اساسيات الموجات الفوق الصوتية

Basics of Ultrasound

2

 

MRCT 508

فحوص الأشعة المقطعية 1

CT Examinations

2

 

MRDOP 601

فحوص الموجات فوق الصوتية والدوبلر1

Ultrasound and Doppler Examinations I

2

لها متطلب سابق

MR ULTR 507

MRIME 603

اشعة الحوادث والطواري  1

Emergency Radiology I

2

 

MRNUC 606

الطب النووى 2

Nuclear Medicine I

2

لها متطلب سابق

MRNUC 404

MRMRI 607

اساسيات الرنين المغناطيسي

Basics of MRI

2

 

MRMRI 701

فحوص الرنين المغناطيسي 1

MRI Examinations I

2

لها متطلب سابق

 MRMRI 607

MRRAD 702

العلاج الأشعاعي 1

Radiotherapy I

2

 

MRCT 703

فحوص الأشعة المقطعية 2

CT Examinations II

2

لها متطلب سابق

MRCT 508

MRMRI 704

فحوص الرنين المغناطيسي والتشخيص المبدئى2

MRI Examinations & Provisional Diagnosis II

2

لها متطلب سابق

MRMRI 701

MRINT 705

الأشعة التداخلية 1

Interventional Radiology I

2

 

MRRP 706

علم الامراض الاشعاعى 1

Radiological Pathology I

2

 

MRWOM 804

فحوص المراة

Women Examinations

2

 

MRULT 805

فحوص الموجات فوق الصوتية والدوبلر والتشخيص المبدئى2

Ultrasound Examinations & Provisional Diagnosis II

2

لها متطلب سابق

MRDOP 601

MRCT 806

فحوص الأشعة المقطعية والتشخيص المبدئى 3

CT Examinations & Provisional Diagnosis III

2

لها متطلب سابق

MRCT 703

MRRP 807

علم الامراض الاشعاعى 2

Radiological Pathology II

2

لها متطلب سابق

MRRP 706

MRRAD 808

العلاج الأشعاعي 2

Radiotherapy I

2

لها متطلب سابق

MERAD 702

MRRES 809

مشروع بحث  على مدار.30 اسبوع

Research Project

3

 

المجموع(Total)

49 ساعة

 

(E.R) 2 -متطلبات الأشعة الإختيارية

يجتاز الطالب 20 ساعة معتمدة للمقررات التالية:

2-Elective Radiology and Medical Imaging Requirements

Student Passes 20 credit hours of the following subjects

رمز ورقم المقرر

Subject Code

اسم المقرر – Subject Name

 

عدد الساعات

المعتمدة

Credit H

ERPHYS 410

الفيزياء الإشعاعية

Radiation Physics

2

ERBIOL 420

بيولوجيا الأشعاع وطرق الوقاية

Radiobiology and Radiation Protection

3

ER BD 430

قياس كثافة العظام

Bone Densitometry

3

ER INT 440

الأشعة التداخلية2

Interventional Radiology II

3

ER CATH 530

فحوص قسطرة القلب

Coronary Catheterization Examinations

2

ERPED 540

اشعة الأطفال

Pediatric Radiology

3

ERMR 550

اشعة الحوادث والطواريء 2

Emergency Radiology II

3

ERDIGI 570

معالجة الإشارة والصورة الرقمية

Digital Image and Signal Processing

2

ERQUAL 610

الإدارة والجودة فى الاشعة

Management and quality Assurance

2

ERDR 620

فحوص اشعة الاسنان المتقدمة

Advanced Dental Examinations

2

ER PSYC 720

مقدمة أمراض نفسية

Psychiatry

2

EREMED 730

طب حالات حرجة

Critical care and emergency medicine

2

EL PUBL 501

إدارة صحة عامة

Public Health Administration

2

EL COMM 502

مهارات التواصل والعلاقات الإنسانية

Communication and Human Relation

2

EL RMETH 503

طرق البحث

Methodology

3

EL NUTR 602

تغذية عامة وتطبيقية

General and Applied Nutrition

2

EL EDUC 604

تثقيف صحي

Health Education

2

EL EPID 605

وبائيات

Epidemiology

2

EL NANO  802

النانوتكنولوجي

Nanotechnology

2

             

Obligatory Radiology and Medical Imaging Requirements

MR FUND 402  Fundamental of Radiation Technology

          The students are introduced to the history of x-rays. Radiation protection and the role of radiology in the medical fields with introduction to the common modalities in diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, radio-therapy, Body Planes, Projections, Radiographic Recording Devices (RIS-PACs), And Radiological Examinations.

MR ANA 403  General and Cross Sectional Anatomy

          The application of this course aims to allow the students to understand the gross and sectional anatomy of the body systems (skeletal system, nervous system, respiratory system, GIT system, urinary system, genital system, cardiovascular system, joints and muscles.

MR NUC 404  Nuclear Medicine (I)

The students are introduced to the nature of radionuclides and the modes of their production helping them to understand the application of labeling radiopharmaceuticals in different nuclear medicine.

MR TECH 405 Imaging Technology (Chest – Upper and Lower Extremes)

This course is designed to provide student with theoretical knowledge and practical experience to perform radiographic examinations of (upper and lower extremity, chest), shoulder girdle, pelvis and sacroiliac joint. Under guidance in radiography unit’s student will practice on patient regarding the part positioning for routine and additional projections, equipment handling, selecting exposure factors and all other parameters and completing the procedure by exposure and processing exposed film. Any technical errors noted on processed film will be corrected by repeat examination to gain accuracy. Student will record the lab work in logbook.

MRCE 505  Contrast Examinations

This course aims to help the students to understand how to deal with chemical materials that are used in radiology department, route of administration, modalities that are used, possible complications and how to deal with it and the contrast examinations of the different body systems.

MR TECH 506 Imaging Technology (Skull – Spine)

This course is designed to provide student with theoretical knowledge and practical experience to perform radiographic examinations of skull and spine. Under guidance in radiography units student will practice on patients regarding and part positioning for routine and additional projections, equipment handling, selecting exposure factors and all other parameters and completing the procedure by exposure and processing exposed film. Any technical errors noted on processed film will be corrected by repeat examination to gain accuracy. Student will record the lab work in logbook.

MRULTRA 507  Basics of Ultrasound

Students are introduced to understand, ultrasound physics, components of ultrasound machines, probes, the advanced ultrasound technology, Sonoanatomy and ultrasound examinations of (biliary system – urinary system and spleen)

MRCT 508  Computed Tomography Examinations I

The students are introduced to CT imaging requirements and this includes covering the CT physical principles, quality assurance and the CT examinations of the (neurovascular system, abdomen pelvic) and patient manipulation for diagnostic imaging of body systems.

MRDOP 601  Ultrasound and Doppler Examinations I

The aim of this course is to provide the student with theoretical knowledge and practical experience to perform sonographic examinations of (salivary glands, scrotum, thyroid gland and pancreas), Doppler physics, and different Doppler protocols. And also introduced to pathological manifestation on the conventional ultrasound and Doppler images on these examinations and the technical variation required producing an optimal diagnostic examination.

MRIME 603 Emergency Radiology I

This course is designed to provide the student with the theoretical knowledge and practical experience to the different radiological examination techniques, the special care procedures and the precautions which should be considered during examinations for trauma patients.

MR NUC 606  Nuclear Medicine (II)

The students are introduced to the nature of radionuclide’s and the modes of their production, Helping them to understand the application of labeling radiopharmaceuticals in different nuclear medicine and methods of application of radiation protection in nuclear medicine department.

MRMRI 607  Basics of MRI

Students are introduced to MRI imaging requirements and this includes covering the physical principles of MRI, quality assurance and the using of different MRI techniques in medical problems and patient manipulation for diagnostic imaging of body systems. And this course also provide the theoretical knowledge and practical experience to perform the MRI examinations of (brain, spine, abdomen and pelvic)

MRMRI 701  MRI Examinations I

The theoretical knowledge and practical experience to perform the MRI examinations is continued by the examinations of the joints (Knee, shoulder, ankle and the hip). And apply the practical considerations in the related unit with considering the additional projections, equipment handling, and all other parameters and completing the procedure will record the lab work in logbook.

MRRAD 702  Radiotherapy I

This course is applied to give an introduction to the students about of action of different ionizing radiation (x-rays – gamma rays) radiotherapy department, treatment planning, simulator, treatment aids, different radiotherapy equipment, , staff, And patient manipulation for diagnostic radiotherapy.

MRCT 703  Computed Tomography Examinations II

This course is applied to stress on different the CT examinations of the (chest, cardiovascular system) and also introduced to the pathological manifestation on the CT images and the technical variation required producing an optimal diagnostic examination and 3D reconstruction, virtual CT.

MRMRI 704  MRI Examinations & Provisional Diagnosis II

The aim of this course is to provide the students with the pathological manifestation on the MRI images and teach the students to beneficially use what they had learned in the MRI courses about the examinations and pathological manifestations to make an accurate provisional diagnosis on the MRI images.

MRINT 705  Interventional Radiology I

This course is designed to introduce to the students the vascular system radiological anatomy, the different modalities that are used in the interventional examinations, the different interventional procedures and its application in the different interventional techniques.

MRRP 706 Radiological Pathology I

This course is designed to provide the student with the theoretical knowledge to the pathological manifestations of the (chest, heart, mediastinum and lymphatic system) in the radiological images.

MRWOM 804  Women Examinations

This course is applied to help the students to understand the application of the different radiological examinations (mammography – obstetrics and gynecology examinations ultrasound and MRI examinations) for women using different radiological modalities.

MRULT 805  Ultrasound Examinations & Provisional Diagnosis II

The aim of this course is to provide the students with the pathological manifestation on the MRI images and teach the students to beneficially use what they had learned in the MRI courses about the examinations and pathological manifestations to make an accurate provisional diagnosis on the MRI images.

MRCT 806  Computed Tomography Examinations & Provisional Diagnosis III

The aim of this course is to provide the students with the pathological manifestation on the CT images and teach the students to beneficially use what they had learned in the CT courses about the examinations and pathological manifestations to make an accurate provisional diagnosis on the MRI images.

MRRP 807 Radiological Pathology II

This course is designed to provide the student with the theoretical knowledge to the pathological manifestations of the (neurovascular system,) in the radiological images.

MRRAD 808 Radiotherapy II

This course aims to continue teaching students about of action of different ionizing radiation (x-rays – gamma rays) radiotherapy department, treatment planning, simulator, treatment aids, different radiotherapy equipment, , staff, And patient manipulation for diagnostic radiotherapy.

MRRES 809  Research Project

Oral and written presentations on topics of current radiological interest based on literature search the students get acquainted with literature search and oral presentations with the major topics in radiology. The students are encouraged to the library including the electronic one to prepare a thesis under direct supervision of the relevant staff. The course varies according to the current topics selected by the supervisors each year.

Elective Radiology and Medical Imaging Requirements

ERPHYS 410  Radiation Physics

This course is designed to provide student with theoretical knowledge and practical experience of the radiological physics, its applications in different radiological branches, dose calculations and the effect of radiation on staff, patients and environment. 

ERBIOL 420  Radiobiology and Radiation Protection

This course is designed to provide student with theoretical knowledge and practical experience to the radiobiological effects of ionizing radiation on cellular and tissue levels, acute cellular effects, chronic cellular effects, radio sensitivity of cells, specific organs also introduced to the basic principles of radiation protection and its applications in radiology department.

ERBD 430  Bone Densitometry

This course is designed to introduce to the students the different modalities used in bone densitometry, different bone densitometry techniques.

ERINT 440  Interventional Radiology II

This course is designed to stress on the different modalities that are used in the interventional examinations and the different interventional procedures and its application in the different interventional techniques.

ERCATH LAB 530  Coronary Catheterization Examinations 

It is a very important and advanced field in radiology which needs an expertise to be performed, so this course provides the student with theoretical knowledge and practical experience to the different coronary catheterization.

ERPED 540 Pediatric Radiology

This course is applied to help the students to understand the application of the different radiological examinations (conventional, CT, ultrasound and MRI examinations) for Pediatrics using different radiological modalities and understanding the special procedures that is applied in pediatric radiology.

ERMR 550  Emergency Radiology II

The theoretical knowledge and practical experience to the different radiological examination techniques, the special care procedures and the precautions which should be considered during examinations for trauma patients is continued. 

ERDIGI 570  Digital Image and Signal Processing

Digital image fundamentals, Spatial and gray level quantization, Algorithms for image enhancement, point processing, spatial filtering, frequency domain, Colour and pseudocolour and applications in radiology and nuclear medicine, image segmentation by thresholding, and morphological operations. 

ERQUAL 610  Management and quality Assurance

The aim of this course is to teach the students the advanced methods used for management and the application of quality control in radiology department.

ER EPID 620  Advanced Dental Examinations

This course is designed to provide student with theoretical knowledge and practical experience to understand the dental anatomy, radiological modalities and the different dental examination technique

ER PSYC 720 Psychiatry

This course provides the students with fundamental knowledge of psychiatry. This includes the main psychiatric disorders in terms of etiologies, clinical manifestation, and the main treatment modalities including drugs and other therapeutic procedures.

ER EMED 730 Critical care and emergency medicine

This course is designed to provide student with theoretical knowledge and practical experience of the basic principles of caring and acting with the adult patient in the most common critical and emergency situations in radiology department.

EL PUBL 501 Public Health Administration

This course provides the students with the basic principles and components of public health administration and to the different roles of nurse within the different health program in Egypt.

EL COMM 502 Communication and Human Relation

This course will provide the student with the basic concepts related to the human relationships and its application in providing medical services in both the hospital settings and the community.

EL RMETH 503 Methodology

          This course introduces the student with basic research concept, language, processes, logic and methods of research in medical laboratory, In addition to the study of measurements that helps in surveying and estimating the factors affecting the community health including basic research and vital statistics.

EL NUTR 602 General and Applied Nutrition

This course aims to give the students good information about the major components of food namely carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, vitamins, minerals and water with emphasis on daily requirements for normal subject and the nutritional restrictions in certain diseases. Medical problems related to nutrition as obesity, cachexia and nutritional deficiency diseases art to be emphasized

EL EDUC 604 Health Education

This course focuses on health and health behavior. It also focuses on methods, media, health education program, and evaluation. It provides opportunity to the student to utilize basic scientific principles and concepts through teaching programs.

EL EPID 605 Epidemiology

This course aims to give the students a good understanding of the epidemiological data concerning seasonal epidemics. Protection, rapid diagnosis, isolation of patients and prophylactic measure are to be stressed upon.

EL NANO 802 Nanotechnology

This course provides an overview of the materials, safety and equipment issues encountered in the practice of biomedical engineering. The course will address molecular probe engineering, nanomaterials characterization techniques, separation sciences, and applications of nanotechnology in biological detection, sensing, and imaging. 

Objectives:
Upon completing this course, students will be able to:

·        •Understand, explain, and discuss scientific papers in the area of molecular engineering and nanotechnology.

·        •Apply nanotechnology and bioengineering approaches to future research and design projects.