Faculty of Radiology science and medical imaging

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Faculty of Radiology science and medical imaging :

Faculty of Radiology science and medical imaging

Definition of radiology :

Definition of radiology the study and application of imaging technology like x-ray and radiation to diagnosing and treating disease.

types of Imaging modalities :

types of Imaging modalities 1- Plain radiography 2- Fluoroscopy 3- Ultrasound 4- Ct scan 5- Mri scan 6- Nuclear medicine

Plain radiography :

Plain radiography Was available in the first 50 years of radiology. It is still first study in evaluation of lung and heart and skeleton because of 1- It is widely available. 2- Speed. 3- Relatively low cost.

Fluoroscopy :

Fluoroscopy Is special applications of X-ray imaging A llows real-time imaging of structures in motion D elineate anatomy and functioning of the blood vessels and GIT

Fluoroscopic equipment:

Fluoroscopic equipment

Ultrasound :

Ultrasound Use high-frequency sound waves to visualize soft tissue structures in the body in real time. plays a vital role in obstetrical imaging Because ultrasound does not utilize ionizing radiation.

Ultrasound equipment:

Ultrasound equipment

CT scan :

CT scan produce series of x-ray views and computer processing to create cross-sectional images of the bones and soft tissues inside your body. quickly examine people who may have internal injuries. can be used to visualize all parts of the body .

CT scan equipment:

CT scan equipment

CT scan operator :

CT scan operator

MRI scan :

MRI scan MRI is (magnetic resonance imaging). It uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the organs and tissues within your body. It is contraindicated all the metals due to the powerful magnetic fields and strong fluctuating radio signals.

MRI Equipment:

MRI Equipment

MRI operator :

MRI operator

Nuclear medicine :

Nuclear medicine the use of radioactive materials, called radiopharmaceuticals to create images of organs. to study body functions. To analyze biological specimens and treat disease. identify abnormalities very early in the progress of a disease

Nuclear medicine:

Nuclear medicine In treatment, the radiopharmaceuticals go directly to the organ being treated. Radiopharmaceuticals rely on the tissue-destructive power of short-range ionizing radiation. Plays an important role for treating cancer and other medical condition affecting thyroid gland.

PET CT camera:

PET CT camera We using PET camera for cancer imaging

SPECT machine :

SPECT machine -We use for total body bone scan - The patient lies on a table that slides through the machine, while a pair of gamma cameras rotate around her

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