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Calendar-subject plan of lectures Topic I. Modern clinical radiology. Contents: The concept of modern radiological techniques and their use in pediatrics. Possibilities and prospects of new technologies - conventional radiology, ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and nuclear medicine in children Theme 2. Complex clinical radiology methods of diseases of bone and joints. Contents: The use of beam diagnostics in recognition of diseases of bone and joints. Radiation diagnosis of fractures, inflammatory and neoplastic lesions of bones and joints. Theme 3. Integrated clinical radiology methods of diseases of skull and spin. Contents: Neuroimaging. The role and place of radiological diagnosis in detecting diseases of skull and spine. Theme 4. Clinical radiology methods of diseases of lungs. Contents: The use of beam diagnostics in identifying lung disease. Radiation diagnosis of pneumonia, tuberculosis and lung cancer. Theme 5. Complex clinical radiology methods of diseases of the cardiovascular system. Contents: Application of radiation research in recognition of the cardio-vascular system. Radiation diagnosis of heart diseases, and inflammatory diseases. Theme 6. Complex clinical radiology methods of diseases of the digestive tract. Contents: The use of X-ray diagnostics in recognition of digestive diseases. Radiation diagnosis of peptic ulcer, foreign bodies and neoplastic lesions of digestive tract. Theme 7. Complex radiation diagnosis of diseases of the hepatobiliary system. Contents: Complex radiation diagnosis of diffuse and focal lesions of the liver, biliary tract disease and pancreatic cancer. Theme 8. Clinical radiology methods of diseases of urinary system. Contents: The use of X-ray diagnostics in recognition of diseases of the urinary excretion. Radiation diagnosis of inflammatory, neoplastic lesions and traumatic lesions of the urinary organs. Subject 9. Clinical radiology methods of reproductive organs. Contents: Radiation anatomy of the reproductive system. The concept of antenatal diagnosis Topic 10. Fundamentals of Radiology and Radiation therapy. Contents: Natural and artificial radioactivity. Methods of radionuclide studies. Indications and contraindications for radiotherapy. Complications of radiation therapy. Calendar-themed plan of practical training 1. Basics of X-ray diagnostics. Features of X-rays. Radioprotective sutured. Physical and biological bases of ultrasound. 2. Clinical radiology methods of bone and joint. Ray anatomy of bones and joints. Special features of fractures. Radiation semiotics of bone and joint diseases. X-ray diagnosis of inflammatory diseases of bones and joints: osteomyelitis, tuberculosis. Rachitis. Congenital dislocation of the femoral head. X-ray diagnosis of tumors of bones and joints. 3. Clinical radiology diagnostics methods of diseases of skull and spine, neuroimaging. Radiation anatomy of skull and spine. Neurosonography. X-ray diagnosis of traumatic injuries and inflammatory diseases of skull and spine. 4. Clinical radiology diagnostics methods of respiratory organs. Ray anatomy of the respiratory system. Foreign bodies in the airway. Radiation diagnosis of pneumonia, tuberculosis, pleurisy, tumors. 5. Clinical radiology diagnostics methods of diseases of the heart and blood vessels. Radiation anatomy. Methods of X-ray examination of the heart and great vessels. Radiation diagnosis of heart diseases, myocarditis and pericarditis. 6. Clinical radiology diagnostics methods of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Radiation anatomy digestive tract. X-ray sighns of diseases of the digestive tract. Radiation diagnosis of peptic ulcer, gastric and 12 duodenal ulcer, intestinal obstruction, tumor. 7. Clinical radiology diagnostics methods of diseases of the hepatobiliary system. Ray anatomy of the liver, gallbladder and biliary tract. Radiation diagnosis of diffuse and focal liver lesions. 8. Clinical radiology diagnostics methods of diseases of the urinary system and the adrenal glands in children. Radiation anatomy. Methods of ray examination of inflammatory diseases of the kidneys and the IMP, IBC tumors. 9. X-ray diagnostics of diseases of urinary system. Contrast agents used for the study of urine. X-ray diagnosis of inflammatory diseases of the kidneys and bladder, IBC tumors. 10. Clinical radiology methods of diseases of the reproductive system and the endocrine glands (thyroid, thymus). Radiation anatomy. Screening pregnant. Hyperplasia of the thyroid and thymus gland (goiter, thymomegaly). 11. Basics of radiology. Radionuclide study. Radionuclide studies of the thyroid gland, liver, biliary tract and kidneys. The value of radionuclide studies in oncology. 12. Radiation therapy. Indications and contraindications. Complications of radiation therapy and precautions

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