Undergraduate Diagnostic Imaging Fundamentals

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The structure and content of this work has been guided by the curricula developed by the European Society of Radiology, the Royal College of Radiologists, the Alliance of Medical Student Educators in Radiology, with guidance and input from Canadian Radiology Undergraduate Education Coordinators, and the Canadian Heads of Academic Radiology (CHAR).

Undergraduate Diagnostic Imaging Fundamentals (Foreword)
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“We have created this resource to provide basic content in Diagnostic Imaging (Radiology, Medical Imaging). Hopefully, learners who find this encounter interesting will use this resource as a stepping stone to further their education in this area”… “Diagnostic Imaging principles and concepts are augmented by the presentation of images for common clinical conditions. Guiding principles related to minimizing radiation exposure and requesting the most appropriate imaging examination are addressed.Static images are enhanced by the ability to access images stored and displayed on an Html-5 compatible, Dicom image viewer that simulates a simple Picture Archive and Communication system (PACS). Users can also access other imaging from the Dicom viewer (ODIN), beyond the basic curriculum provided, to further advance their experience with viewing diagnostic imaging pathologies”. (Source: undergradimaging.pressbooks.com/).

🔘 Book page: openpress.usask.ca/undergradimaging/


undefined Dr. Brent Burbridge. MD, FRCPC.Professor, University Medical Imaging Consultants. “I was born in Regina, Saskatchewan and have spent a considerable number of years in Saskatchewan. I received my basic university, medical and radiologic education in Saskatoon with two separate training experiences in Edmonton, as a Rotating Intern, and Ottawa, as an Angiography/Interventional Radiology Fellow”. ” “In my twenty years in the department I have experienced a wide variety of different roles including Program Director and Department Head. These have been very interesting personal and professional experiences to say the least. I am very proud of the contribution that I and my colleagues have made to the ongoing development of our clinical, teaching and research environment”. (Source: medicine.usask.ca/profiles/medical-imaging/university-medical-imaging-consultants/brent-burbridge.php#About)

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