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    Radiology Courses Syllabus & Subjects 2023

    Radiology Course Syllabus & Subjects Overview

    There are varying types of Radiology courses offered by colleges in India. The syllabus of all these programmes is designed according to the designated course outcomes, qualification level, and course duration. Hence, there is no single course curriculum defined for all types of Radiology courses, except that the study material is relevant to the stream.

    The radiology courses syllabus and subject discussion shall help the students to understand what are the pedagogy methods applied in course study, the material taught, the level of difficulty, and whether they should pursue the course or not. 

    The descriptive Radiology course syllabus and subject discussion cannot be carried out by this page for all types of courses. Hence, we have chosen two main courses, namely three-year B.Sc Radiology and two-year M.Sc Radiology, for the detailed discussion. Though the rest of the courses have been discussed, only briefly.

    Radiology Course Syllabus

    Radiology courses available in India include varying certificate courses, diploma programmes, bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, postgraduate diplomas, etc. Among these, there is no set syllabus for certificate courses due to their focused short-term approach. They either summarise the syllabus to fit into a three to six-month time frame, or they choose topics to follow a focused curriculum. Diploma courses are comparatively extensive and focus on providing all necessary theoretical and practical knowledge required by the students to get employed as a Radiologist. They also are of one to two-year duration. PG Diploma courses are also ranging from one to two years and offer detailed study to graduates in Radiology. 

    The two most important courses, B.Sc Radiology and M.Sc Radiology have been discussed in detail for syllabus and subjects.

    B.Sc Radiology Syllabus

    While the overall syllabus for B.Sc Radiology is different in various colleges, the syllabus is identifiable as similar. Here is the most popular design of the B.Sc Radiology syllabus:

    SubjectsTheory HoursPractical Hours
    B.Sc Radiology Year I Syllabus
    Gross Radiological & Surface Anatomy of Human Body10020
    Physiology & Pathology of Human Body Systems10020
    Radiographic Techniques & Dark Room Procedures10020
    Basic Radiation Physics & Principles of Radiotherapy10020
    B.Sc Radiology Year II Syllabus
    Modern Imaging & Recent Advances 100100
    Apparatus of Imaging, Radiotherapy & Quality Assurance100100
    Physics Of Radiotherapy 100100
    Radiation Protection & Monitoring100100
    B.Sc Radiology Year III Syllabus
    Special Radiological Procedures & Contrast Media -Special procedures of various body organs100100
    Radiotherapy planning & Techniques 100100
    Radiation Dosimetry- Principles & Applications100100
    Hospital Practice & Care of Patient 100100
    Total Hours1200880

    M.Sc Radiology Syllabus

    M.Sc Radiology syllabus is also differently designed for different colleges. However, the overall structure and course outcomes remain uniform and similar.

    Here is the common M.Sc Radiology syllabus structure as followed in India:

    SubjectsMarks
    M.Sc Radiology Year I Syllabus
    Management of Radiology and Imaging Department100
    Modern Radiological and Imaging Equipment and Techniques100
    Advance Physic of Radiology and Imaging100
    Internal Assessment100
    Practical & Viva Voce Examination300
    M.Sc Radiology Year II Syllabus
    Quality Assurance and Quality Control in Radiology and Imaging Department100
    Newer Imaging Modalities and Intervention Radiological Techniques100
    Radiation Safety and Protection with Radiological Procedures100
    Internal Assessment100
    Practical & Viva Voce Examination300
    Dissertation or Project Work100
    Total1500

    Radiology Course Subjects

    While overall syllabus structure might differ, the course outcomes and topics remain the same throughout the colleges offering B.Sc Radiology and M.Sc Radiology programmes in India. This section shall discuss the topics included in the course study of the two programmes.

    B.Sc Radiology Subjects

    Here are all the subjects included in the B.Sc Radiology syllabus along with the topics included in their respective study material:

    SubjectsTopics
    Gross Radiological & Surface Anatomy of Human Body
    • Introduction to Anatomy 
    • Skeleton-bones & joints
    • Formation of bones
    • Structure of bones
    • Classification of bones according to shape
    • Centre of ossification; type of bone, type of joints
    • Gross structure of human long bone, parts of young bone
    • Medico-legal & anthropological aspects of skeletal system
    • Estimation of age, sex, stature (height) and race
    • Classification & characters of joints, structural, functional & regional
    • Applied anatomy of joints, dislocation of joints
    • Embryology, cell division, fertilization, development of embryo, gamete formation, menstrual cycle, formation of germ layers, development of embryonic disc
    • Placenta, formation of tissues, organs & systems of human body, congenital malformations 
    Physiology & Pathology of Human Body Systems
    • The Respiratory System
    • The Lymphatic System
    • The Digestive System
    • The Urinary System
    • The Reproductive System
    • The Endocrine System
    • The Organs of Sense
    • The Nervous System
    • The Skin 
    Radiographic Techniques & Dark Room Procedures
    • Individual bones of skeletal system of human body
    • Chest & Thorax Bones
    • Abdomen
    • Upper limb
    • Lower limb
    • Vertebral Column
    • Hips & Pelvis
    • Ward mobile radiography
    • Operation Theatre technique
    • Dark Room Procedures; The photographic process, Image characteristic, Construction of x-ray film & its cross over effect, Sensitometry, The storage of film materials and radiograph, Luminescence, Fluorescent materials, Fluorescent materials, The constitution of developing solutions both in manual and automatic processing and properties of developing chemicals, Film processing, Development procedure, laser & bright procedure, Processing equipment, Dark Room, Dark room illuminations
    Basic Radiation Physics & Principles of Radiotherapy
    • SI Units, Force, mass, momentum, work, energy, power, density, pressure, heat, sound, wave and oscillations
    • Atomic structure
    • Nuclear reaction
    • Production of X-rays
    • Introduction to; Malignant and non-malignant tumours treated by radiotherapy, Radioactivity and ionizing radiations used in treatment of malignancy, sources and techniques, Tissue tolerance, tumour lethal dose, therapeutic ratio and radiosensitivity, Units of exposure and radiation, prescription of radiation treatment, Radiation reactions and normal tissue tolerance
    • Definitions and basics of teletherapy techniques
    • Principles of basic radiobiology
    • Basics of Brachy therapy
    • Demonstration
    Modern Imaging & Recent Advances 
    • Recent advances in imaging technology
    • CT scan, conventional, spiral (helical), Multislice
    • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
    • Spectroscopy
    • Computerised Radiography
    • Digital Radiography
    • DSA; Uses, application, techniques & principle
    • Picture Archiving Communication System (PACS)
    • Mammography: Principle, application, advantage in soft tissue radiography, physics, filtration, QA & QC
    • Orthopantomogram
    • Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
    • Different types of cameras e.g. laser, photography; principle, processing & applications
    • Radio isotopes
    • DEXA
    • Applications of computers in Radiology
    Apparatus of Imaging, Radiotherapy & Quality Assurance
    • Electrical system and Mains supply
    • Components and controls in the X-ray circuits
    • Fluoroscopic Equipment
    • Linear accelerator
    • Simulator
    • Quality assurance in medical care and Radiodiagnosis
    • QA tests and procedures in manual brachytherapy
    • QA tests and procedures of HDR and PDR units
    • QA tests and procedures of TPS and Gamma knife and X knife units. 
    Physics Of Radiotherapy 
    • Radiation Units
    • Dose distribution and scattering in medium
    • Dosimetric calculations
    • Isodose distribution of phantom beam
    • Electron beam therapy
    Radiation Protection & Monitoring
    • Radiation protection quantities and units
    • Biological effects of radiation
    • Personal dosimetry devices
    Special Radiological Procedures & Contrast Media -Special procedures of various body organs
    • Outline of various procedures
    • Radiological Investigations for Genito-urinary system
    • Radiological Investigations for GIT
    • Interventional radiological procedures 
    • MRI, US & CT Guided Procedures 
    Radiotherapy Planning & Techniques 
    • Isodose curves, isodose charts; Measurements of isodose curves,  Influency parameters of isodose curves, Wedge filters, Combination of radiation fields, Isocentric techniques, Wedge field techniques
    • Acquisition of patient data; Body contours, internal structures using radiographs, Treatment simulation using conventional simulator, Simulator CT, CT simulator and virtual simulator, Treatment verification using port films, electronic portal imaging devices, Corrections for surface irregularities, Corrections for internal tissue inhomogeneities, Absorbed dose within in homogeneity
    • Shielding blocks; Block thickness, block divergence, Field shaping, Skin dose, Separation of adjacent fields
    • Parallel opposed, small beam directed therapy and wedge fields in head and neck cancers 
    • Basic terminology of brachytherapy
    • Techniques of brachytherapy; Surface mould and interstitial implants, Surface mould dosimetry system, Use of surface moulds in the treatment of various anatomical sites
    • Interstitial implant dosimetry systems; Manchester system, Quimby system, Peris system, Stepping source dosimetry system
    • Interstitial applications
    • Intracavitory brachytherapy (Ca Cx.) dosimetry systems; Stockholm system, Paris system, Manchester system, Dose/dose-rate to points Z & B for different tandem and ovoid loadings
    • Dose calculations for brachytherapy sources
    • Gamma Knife, construction, design and working principles
    • X-knife, modification of LINAC, necessary accessories required for X-knife, energy choice of x-ray photons in X-knife, QA procedures and application and techniques in the treatment using circular cones and their planning
    • Cyber Knife
    • Principles and working of asymmetric jaws in radiotherapy
    • Tomotherapy
    • QA procedures of MLC and MMLC
    • Use of MMLC in stereotactic radiotherapy and IMRT
    • Inverse planning system
    • Intra- operative Radiotherapy (IORT)
    • Uses of PDR unit in brachytherapy
    • Radiobiological explanation of PDR treatment techniques
    • Advantage and disadvantage of PDR brachytherapy
    • QA procedures
    Radiation Dosimetry- Principles & Applications
    • Principles of gas field detectors
    • Characteristic curve of gas filled detectors
    • Regions of the characteristic curve: ionization region, proportional region, GM region
    • Construction of gas filled detectors and their working
      GM counters resolving time, true count rate
    • Scintillation counters, semiconductor detectors, alpha particle monitoring, gamma & x-ray monitoring, neutron monitoring devices
    • Measurement of ionizing radiation
    • Exposure, roentzen, free air ionization chamber, thimble chambers, chamber wall, effective atomic number, chamber calibration
    • Condenser chambers, chamber sensitivity, stem effect, farmer chamber electrometers
    • Extrapolation chamber
    • Ion collection, chamber polarity effect
    • Environmental conditions, measurement of exposure
    • Principle of Bragg-Gray theory 
    • Stopping power, chamber volume 
    • Effective measurement points; plane parallel chambers, cylindrical chambers
    • Construction and working of plane parallel and cylindrical chambers and their use in dosimetry of photon and electron beam calibration
    • Calibration protocols for megavoltage beams
    • Cavity gas calibration factor, Bragg-Gray cavity for photon beams and electron beams
    • Dose calibration parameters
    • Transfer of absorbed dose from one medium to another
      Measurement of absorbed dose using calorimetry, chemical dosimetry solid state methods
    • TLD film dosimetry
    Hospital Practice & Care of Patient 
    • Hospital staffing and administration, records, professional ethics, cooperation with other staff and departments, departmental organisation
    • Handling of the patients while doing radiography of following patients i.e. seriously ill, traumatized patients, visually impaired, speech and hearing impaired, mentally impaired, drug addicts and non-English speaking patients, patients on oxygen therapy
    • Understanding patient needs - patient dignity of inpatient and outpatients
    • Interaction with the patient's relatives and visitors
    • Methods of effective communication - verbal skills, body language, professional appearance, visual contact etc
    • Elementary personal and departmental hygiene, dealing with receptacles, bedpans and urinal etc. General preliminaries to the exam
    • Moving chair and stretcher patient
    • Unconscious patient, general comfort and reassurance for the patient
    • Vital signs and oxygen; patient’s homeostasis status
    • Body temp, respiratory rate, pulse, blood pressure, oxygen therapy, oxygen devices, chest tubes and lines
    • First aid; shock, electrical shock, haemorrhage, burns, Asphyxia, fractures, loss of consciousness
    • Emergency treatment to the collapsed patient
    • Artificial respiration and resuscitation
    • Preparation of the patient for general and special radiological examinations
    • Supervision of patients undergoing special examination
    • Administration of drugs and contrast media. Aseptic and sterile procedures
    • Handling of infectious patients in the department or in the ward
    • Regulation of dangerous drugs
    • Trolley set up for special x-ray examinations, Radiation hazards and protective measures

    M.Sc Radiology Subjects

    The subjects included in the M.Sc Radiology syllabus have been discussed here in relevance to the topics included in their delivery:

    SubjectsTopics
    Management of Radiology and Imaging Department
    • Role of Radiographer in Planning & Radiation Protection; Role of technologist in the radiology department - Personnel and area monitoring., Setting up of a new X-Ray unit, staff requirement, AERB specifications for site planning and mandatory guidelines – Planning of X-ray/CT rooms, Inspection of X-Ray installations - Registration of X-Ray equipment installation- Certification -Evaluation of workload versus radiation factors – Occupational exposure and protection Tools/devices
    • Planning consideration for radiology, including Use factor, occupancy factors, and different shielding materials Protection for primary radiation, workload, protection from scatter radiation and leakage radiation, XRay/Fluoroscopy/Mammography/Intervention/DSA/CT room design, structural shielding, protective devices
    • Regulatory Bodies & regulatory Requirements; International Commission on Radiation Protection (ICRP) / National Regularity body (AERB - Atomic Energy Regulatory Board) - Responsibilities, organization, Safety Standard, Codes and Guides, Responsibilities of licenses, registrants & employers and Enforcement of Regulatory requirements
    • Surveys and regulations. Radiation protection survey; Need for a survey. - Performance standards for beam directing, beam defining and limiting devices in radiation protection equipment survey of the following, Radiographic equipment, Fluoroscopic equipment, CT and special equipment. Controlled and non-controlled areas and acceptable exposure levels. State and local regulations governing radiation protection practice
    • Personal monitoring and occupational exposures; Personal monitoring for Radiation workers. Monitoring devices. Body badges and ring badges. Thermo-luminescent dosimeters, Pocket ionization chambers. Applications, advantages and limitations of each device, Values for dose equivalent limits for occupational radiation exposures
    • Achievable safety through compliance on the regulations in India and recommendations of ICRT, IAEA
    • Introduction to Management of a Radiology Department
    • NABH guidelines, AERB guidelines and code, Basic safety standard, PNDT /PCPNDT Act and guidelines
    Modern Radiological and Imaging Equipment and Techniques
    • High-Frequency X-Ray Generators and their types and applications
    • Modern x-ray tubes-their types and advancements
    • Special radiological equipment; Computed radiography, its principle, physics & equipment. Digital Radiography, Direct and indirect digital radiography Digital Fluoroscopy, Digital Mammography; including cones compression devices Stereotactic Biopsy system including Prone Table Biopsy system
    • Image Receptors; Flat Panel Detectors, Image Processing Workstation and Imaging Cameras
    • Tomography; Body section radiography, basic principle and equipment, multi section tomography, various types of topographic movements
    • Tomosynthesis, Stitch radiography
    • Dual energy x-ray absorptionometry (DEXA) scan
    • Vascular Imaging Equipment; Introduction, historical developments DSA Equipment- Principle, applications and definition of terms, Single Plane, Biplane, Hybrid DSA Lab- digital subtraction techniques
    • Scatter radiation its formation and control; beam centering devices, collimators, cone diaphragms and grids
    • Fluoroscopy and IITV systems including cine radiography with various recording devices
    • Computed Tomography
    • Ultrasonography; Basic principle of U.S., various types of transducers, mechanism of image formation, various advancements including Doppler, Elastography, HIFU,ABVS and image artifacts
    • MRI; Basic principle of MRI, complete imaging equipment and various requirements, T1 and T2 Relaxation behaviors of tissues, T1, T2 and proton density images, spatial localization of images. Types of imaging sequences, MR spectroscopy, principle and techniques, Contrast Agents in MRI, Image quality, Image artefacts and its compensators, NMR hazard and safety. Advances in MRI
    • Radionuclide scanning including rectilinear scanner, gamma camera, PET, SPECT, their principles, working, applications and advancements
    • Care and maintenance of radiological equipments
    • Modern radiological and Imaging equipment
    • Interventional Radiography
    • Central Nervous System; Myelography, Cerebral studies, and Ventriculography
    • Arthrography; Shoulder, Hip, Knee, Elbow
    • Angiography; Carotid Angiography, Thoracic and Arch Aortography, Selective studies: Renal, SMA, Coeliac axis, Vertebral angiography, Femoral arteriography, and Angiocardiography
    • Venography; Peripheral venography, Cerebral venography, Inferior and superior venocavography, Relevant visceral phlebography
    • Cardiac catheterization procedures; PTCA, BMV, CAG, Pacemaker, Electrophyiology
    • Ultrasonography/ Doppler studies
    • CT scan studies acquisition/ protocols /techniques
    • MRI Imaging
    • Techniques of Fusion and hybrid Imaging Technology including PET CT,PET MRI, PET Ultrasound, MRI, CT, Fluoroscopy, Hybrid Imaging as well as Advanced Interventional suite
    Advance Physic of Radiology and Imaging
    • Physics of Imaging including conventional radiography, fluoroscopy, computed radiography and flat panel DR imaging
    • Computed Tomography; Basic principles of CT, generations of CT, CT instrumentation, image formation in CT, CT image reconstruction, Hounsfield unit, CT image quality, CT- image display
    • Advanced Computed Tomography; Helical CT scan: Slip ring technology, advantages, multi detector array helical CT, cone – beam geometry, reconstruction of helical CT images, CT artifact, CT angiography, CT fluoroscopy, HRCT, post processing techniques: MPR, MIP, Min IP, 3D rendering: SSD and VR, CT Dose Index
    • Mammography; Digital mammography including cones compression device, biopsy system with all routine and digital mammography procedures
    • MRI- Basic Principles; Pulse sequence, MR Instrumentation, Image formation, MR Spectroscopy
    • Ultrasonography; Production of ultrasound, Basic Acoustics, Ultrasound terminologies, Interaction of US with matter, Ultrasound display modes, Real-time ultrasound
    Quality Assurance and Quality Control in Radiology and Imaging Department
    • Objectives of Quality Control
    • Quality Assurance activities
    • Quality assurance programme in the radiological faculty level
    • Quality assurance programme tests
    • Quality assurance of film and image recording devices
    • Maintenance and care of equipment
    • Care and maintenance of diagnostic equipment
    • Quality Assurance and quality control of Modern Radiological and Imaging Equipment which includes Digital Radiography, Computed Radiography, CT scan, MRI Scan, Ultrasonography and PACS related. Image artefacts their different types, causes and remedies
    Newer Imaging Modalities and Intervention Radiological Techniques
    • Basic Computed Tomography
    • Advanced Computed Tomography
    • Advanced technique & instrumentation of MRI
    • Basic Principle
    • Pulse sequence
    • MR Instrumentation
    • Image formation
    • MR contrast media
    • Production of ultrasound
    • Ultrasound display modes: A, B, M
    • Real-time ultrasound
    • Techniques for imaging different anatomic areas, ultrasound artifacts, biological effects and safety
    • Doppler Ultrasound
    • Elastography, HIFU, ABVS etc
    • Fusion Imaging
    • Intervention Radiological Techniques; Basic Angiography and DSA, Central Nervous System, Arthrography, Angiography, Venography, Cardiac catheterization procedures
    • Care of Patient in Interventional Radiology; Introduction to patient care, General patient care, Surgical Asepsis, Nursing procedure in radiology, Patient care during investigation, Infection control, Patient education, Medical Emergencies, and Drug Administration
    • Newer Developments in Advanced Imaging Technology; In addition to existing Radiological and Imaging Modalities, Newer Radiological and Imaging Equipment, Computed Tomography, MRI Introduction to Newer Developments, Advanced Ultrasonography Newer Developments, Maxillo-facial imaging, dental radiology including RGV, OPG, CBCT and other advanced modalities, Tele-radiology, HIS, RIS, PACS, Imaging processing and archiving
    Radiation Safety and Protection with Radiological Procedures
    • Radiation Safety and Protection with radiological procedures
    • Introduction to Radiation protection
    • Limits for radiation exposure
    • Radiation Protection in Radiography, Fluoroscopy, Mammography, Mobile Radiography, CT scan, DSA and Interventional Radiology
    • Radiation measuring instruments
    • Radiation Quantities and Units
    • Biological Effects of radiation
    • Radiation detection and Measurements
    • Dose and Dosimetry, CT Dose Index (CTDI, etc.), Multiple Scan Average Dose (MSAD), Dose Length Product (DLP), Dose Profile, Effective Dose, Phantom Measurement Methods, Dose for Different Application Protocols, Technique Optimization. Dose area product in fluoroscopy and angiography systems, AGD in mammography
    • Radiation protection, Hazard evaluation and control
    • Planning consideration for radiology, including Use factor, occupancy factors, and different shielding materials
    • Regulatory Bodies & regulatory Requirements
    • NABH guidelines, AERB guidelines, PNDT Act and guidelines
    • Procedural safety
    • Achievable safety through compliance on the regulations in India and recommendations of ICRT, IAEA
    • Radiological and Imaging Procedures
    • Selection of Fluoroscopy Equipment, general considerations, the responsibility of radiographers
    • Gastrointestinal Tract; Barium swallow, pharynx and oesophagus. Barium meal and follow through. Hypotonic duodenography. Small bowel enema. Barium Enema routine projections for colon and rectum, colonic activators; double-contrast studies; colostomy
    • Salivary glands; Routine technique, procedure - sialography
    • Biliary system; Plain film radiography. Intravenous cholangiography. Percutaneous cholangiography, Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP). Operative cholangiography, Post-Operative cholangiography (T-tube Cholangiography). Including CT, US and MRI Special Imaging Techniques
    • Urinary system; Intravenous urography, retrograde pyelography. Antegrade pyelography. Cystography and micturating cystourethrography. Urethrography (ascending) renal puncture. Including CT, US and MRI Special Imaging Techniques
    • Reproductive system; All the Techniques relating to the Male and Female reproductive system including Hysterosalpingography
    • Mammography; Basic views, special views, and wire localization. Ductography, Tomosynthesis, ABVS, Various Biopsy Techniques including Prone Table Biopsy, CT, US and MRI Special Imaging Techniques 
    • Respiratory system; Bronchography: Including CT, US and MRI Special Imaging Techniques
    • Sinography; Routine technique and procedure
    • Central Nervous System; Myelography. Cerebral studies. Ventriculography etc. including CT, US and MRI Special Imaging Techniques
    • Arthrography; Shoulder, Hip, Knee, Elbow joints etc. including CT, US and MRI Special Imaging Techniques
    • Angiographic Studies; Carotid Angiography, Thoracic and Arch Aortography. Selective studies: Renal, SMA, Coeliac axis. Vertebral angiography. Femoral arteriography. Angiocardiography, Peripheral angiography
    • Venography; Peripheral venography. Cerebral venography. Inferior and superior venocavography. Relevant visceral phlebography

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