Diagnostic Radiology - RADL 540
Location: University of Maryland
Description and Goals:
This elective is for medical students who desire an understanding of the basic principles of diagnostic imaging interpretation and an appreciation of the nature and scope of modern imaging techniques. In small group imaging reading environments, the students will have an opportunity to learn and use the fundamentals of imaging interpretation. They will have mandatory observation periods in selected sub-specialties. In addition to the use of self instruction materials, the faculty and residents provide two daily sessions covering the entire scope of diagnostic radiology and its appropriate integration into current medical practice. Students are expected to attend the daily departmental conferences and film readouts. Each student will do a 10-15 minute case presentation. A final exam will incorporate knowledge acquired from dedicated lectures and daily conferences.
Students are permitted no more than 4 days of scheduled residency interviews or other accepted absences. This time will be made up at the discretion of the course director.
Number of Students: 10
Time of Year Available: Academic weeks 1-48
Monday through Friday - Yes
Evenings - No
Weekends - No
Call - No
Robert Pugatch, M.D.
Last Revision: April 11, 2013