Bachelor in Advance Imaging Technology
Radiography is used to diagnose diseases of the internal and hidden parts of the body using X-ray, Fluoroscopy, Ultrasound (sonography), CT Scan (Computer Tomography), MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), BMD (Bone Mineral Densitometry), Angiography, PET (Positron Emission Tomography) etc. Unless we get a detailed image of internal body parts and what is happening in the body the treatment will not be effective. Radiography is concerned with operating radio imaging machines such as X-ray and interpreting results. The responsibility of a diagnostic radiographer is to explain the procedure to the patients, prepare them for the tests and operate the machine, and carry out maintenance of equipment and records. They also assist physicians in performing procedures such as Myelograms (an exam to detect injuries, Cysts or tumours in the spinal cord) and surgeons in the operating room with portable x-ray machines or fluoroscopic machines. For Advanced Imaging techniques the students will be given specialized training in CT scanner, MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), and BMD. They will be capable of independently handling and using these modalities.
Scope : The need for professionals in the field of radiography is increasing. They will have to handle the equipments and upgrade their skills now and then as technology advances. As more sophisticated newer machines are coming up and experts in this career are less, there is an increase in the need for radiographers.
|Under Graduate||Programme Duration||Eligibility Criteria|
|Bachelor of Radiography & Imaging Technology||3 years (6 Semesters, including internship)||50% in 10+2 (Science with Physics
as a compulsory subject) from a
Recognized Board of Education
(5% Relaxation for ST/SC)
Admission Fees Structure :
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