The broad goal of teaching undergraduate medical students in the field of Radio-diagnosis should be aimed at making the students realize the basic need for various radio-diagnostic tools in medical practice. They should be aware of the techniques required to be undertaken in different situations for diagnosing various ailments and during prognostic estimations.

A branch of health science dealing with diagnostic modalities of x-ray, ultrasound, CT scan, and MRI. It also deals with radiotherapeutic measures.


 The student should be able to:

  • 1. Understand the basics of X-ray production, its uses, and its hazards.
  • 2. Appreciate and diagnose bone changes – like fractures, infections, tumors, and metabolic bone diseases.
  • 3. Identify and diagnose various radiological changes in disease conditions of the chest and mediastinum, skeletal system, G.I. Tract, Hepatobiliary system, and G.U. system.
  • 4. Learn about various imaging techniques, including isotopes C.T., Ultrasound, M.R.I., and D.S.A.


 At the end of the course, the student should be able to

  • 1. Use basic protective techniques during various imaging procedures.
  • 2. Interpret common X-ray and radio-diagnostic techniques in various community situations.
  • 3. Advise appropriate diagnostic procedures in specialized circumstances to appropriate specialists.

MRI - Scan

CT - Scan

X -Ray