Students will gain an insight into radiological anatomy of the chest through x-rays and CT. The UoS comprises of a core 0 CP UoS called Radiological Interpretation: Core and a 2 CP UoS called Radiological Interpretation: The Chest. They will explore anatomical relationships in the chest as visualised with medical imaging. This unit is delivered online, self-paced, facilitating students learning how to interpret radiological images of the chest. The anatomy, search skills and problem solving necessary for interpretation of chest radiographs will be taught using a case based approach. Students will demonstrate radiographic interpretation skills by completion of summative and graded online quizzes plus a written submission based on selected pathology and injury of the chest.
Self-paced online modules, no timetabled classes, on-line activities for student engagement.
online anatomy assessment (30%), online quiz (30%), Pathology Recognition and Relation Report (40%).
MRTY2102 or MRTY2106