An Imaging Technologist or Radiology Technologist or Medical radiation technologist or Radiographer, performs imaging of the human body for diagnosis or treating medical problems. The student will learn to assist the radiologists in creating the images of human body for clinical purpose.
A medical imaging technologist will make use of the technique and process and create images of the human body or parts and function thereof for clinical purposes.The images will be used for medical procedures seeking to revel , diagnose or examine diseases. Students will receive excellent and exhaustive hands on training in machines like Digital X ray, 128 slice CT scan, MRI, Mammography etc..
- Two year Pre-University examination or equivalent as recognized by Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences with, Physics, Chemistry and Biology as subjects of study.OR
- Pre-Degree course from a recognized University considered as equivalent by RGUHS, (Two years after ten years of schooling) with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as subjects of study.OR
- Any equivalent examination recognized by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore for the above purpose with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as subjects of study.OR
- The vocational higher secondary education course conducted by Vocational Higher Secondary Education, Government of Kerala with five subjects including Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English in addition to vocational subjects conducted is considered equivalent to plus TWO examinations of Government of Karnataka Pre University Course.OR
- Lateral entry to second year- candidates who have passed diploma program in the same subjects from a recognized Government Board, approved by RGUHS.
- Human Anatomy
- Biochemistry I
- Pathology I (Clinical Pathology, Haematology& Blood Banking)
- Radiation Physics: Medical Physics & Radiation Safety in Radio Diagnosis
- Imaging Physics & Dark Room Techniques
- Radiographic Positioning and Techniques
- Diagnostic Imaging Techniques & Modalities
- Radiographic Special Procedures and Patient Care