RAD2062 - Radiologic biology 4
4 points, SCA Band 0 (NATIONAL PRIORITY), 0.0833333 EFTSL
Undergraduate Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Leader(s): Dr Yvonne Hodgson
Clayton Second semester 2009 (Day)
Embyronal development. Physical characteristics of blood and the mechanisms of coagulation. Physiology of the heart, electrical conducting system and ECG. Anatomy of the heart, pericardium, great vessels; physiology of circulation, regulation of blood pressure, shock and homeostasis; coronary circulation and pulmonary circulation. Anatomy of the aorta and branches; veins of the head and neck, extremities, thorax, abdomen and pelvis. Angiographic anatomy, pathology and cross-sectional anatomy of the thorax, abdomen and pelvis.
At the successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
- demonstrate an understanding of embryonal development;
- describe the structure and function of the cardiovascular, lymphatic and immune systems and the significance for medical imaging examinations;
- demonstrate an understanding of haematological disorders, of congenital and acquired cardiovascular disease and disorders affecting the immune system;
- appreciate the concept of immunity;
- identify the surface landmarks associated with the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems; and
- identify and describe the angiographic representation of the common disorders affecting the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems as well as their cross-sectional representation on CT and MRI.
One written examination (2 hours): 60%
One multi-station recognition examination: 25%
One 1000 word essay: 15%
Only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Radiography and Medical Imaging.