The field of Radiology requires an initial understanding of the basics of imaging techniques. You will also need to know the risks and effects of radiation on the human body. Learn about the common uses for different imaging techniques, how to decipher radiographs, and find out more concerning the differences in acquisition, cost and use of each of the common radiology modalities.
Do you want to know how CT and MRI may be manipulated to provide the best images to address a specific clinical query? Then this course is for you! Our instruction consists of a step by step method to make sure you are able to identify healthy images from disease pathology in your patients.
Dr. Hetal Verma, Clinical Instructor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Co-Director of the Radiology Cambridge Integrated Clerkship will instruct you. She will provide explanations and instruction that is clear and easy to understand and based on her own expansive experience.
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Slide 9 is problematic, specifically for the explanation of T2. "Perpendicular" is not a very good term. There is no aforementioned information that would help explain what T2 is that is given in this lecture. What should have been said if this was to be avoided would be, "Beyond the scope of this lecture".
Very clear and easy to follow lectures. Elucidates the slides and demonstrates with the pointer.
I like the fact that she breaks down the radiological terms so everyone gets them. To be honest you don't need to go to medical school to understand this course
Is the best I have nothing else to give Simple to understand I Will recommend to my colleagues