MSc Diagnostic Medical Imaging
- To provide lecturers knowledge and skills in this rare specialization and promising to cover acute shortage of cadre.
- To give a post graduate students place for who wish to continue their studies over the post graduate, which represents an incentive for them.
- To meet the need for society to contribute by upgrading and improving health care.
- To develop and improve scientific research to develop scientific and practical field.
By the end of the course the student should be able to:
- Define the characteristics of the imaging modalities and the interactions with body tissues that influence the image appearance
- Use conventional radiography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT), Nuclear Medicine (NM) and, and distinguish which organs are best imaged by each modality.
- Fully understand the merits of each modality and identify the risks associated with their use and limitation, and fully apply his/her skills for the patient benefit.
- Apply the information acquired through various physiological measurement systems
- To teach the imaging compliments to others.