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Radiology Procedure Elective - RADL 542

Prerequisites:

None.

Location:

Radiology

DESCRIPTION AND GOALS:

This is an elective. The student will be exposed to all diagnostic radiology procedures, including fluoroscopic guided contrast studies and joint injections; ultrasound guided fluid aspirations (including paracentesis, thoracentesis, fluid collections), ultrasound guided biopsies and fine needle aspirations; and CT guided biopsies; and selected MR procedures. Where appropriate, the student will learn how to perform procedures with imaging guidance. The student will be responsible for obtaining relevant history/physical examination and discussing the patient's care with the referring team. At the end of the rotation, the student should understand the ACR appropriateness criteria in order to request the appropriate study, have a deep fund of knowledge regarding image guided procedures, and understand the role of radiology in the management of patients. The student will be under the supervision of the attending radiologists (primarily thoracic, abdominal, and musculoskeletal) and residents on service.

Number of Students:

1 per rotation (1 month)

Time of Year Available:

Academic weeks 1-48

Hours:

Monday through Friday - 8:30 am until procedures are finished or 5 pm, which ever is earlier
Evenings - No
Weekends - No
Call - No

Faculty Responsible:

Maria Manning, MD
410-328-3477
mmanning@umm.edu 

Administrative Contact:

Ricuhelt Lantaya
410-328-3141
rlantaya@umm.edu 

 

Last Revision: August 27, 2013