Bachelor Of Medical Radiology & Imaging Technology
|Eligibility criteria||10+2 with Sciences (Biology)|
|Course duration||4 year Programme including 1 year of internship|
A radiographer or medical imaging technologist is a trained health professional who performs medical imaging by producing high quality X-ray pictures or images used to diagnose and treat injury or disease.
It is an important part of medicine and a patient’s diagnosis and treatment is often dependent on the X-ray images produced. They are responsible for producing high quality medical images that assist medical specialists and doctors to diagnose or monitor a patient’s injury or illness treatment. They operate extremely technologically advanced equipment such as CT (computed tomography), MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) DSA, DEXA, mammography, CR, DR, fluoroscopy and digital mobile X-ray machines. Their roles are diverse and challenging, as radiographers are often trained in several specialist areas such as trauma radiography, mobile radiography, CT, MRI, Fluoroscopy, angiography, intervention and operation theatre mammography DEXA etc.