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Syllabus - BMS 6190 Anatomy by Diagnostic Imaging Syllabus...

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BMS 6190 Anatomy by Diagnostic Imaging Syllabus I. Overview A. Course Description Anatomy by Diagnostic Imaging focuses on the appearance of normal human anatomy as depicted by various diagnostic imaging modalities used routinely in the practice of medicine. The course is primarily lecture oriented, with sessions being taught by clinical faculty members of the Department of Radiology in the College of Medicine at the University of Florida. B. Course Website http://medinfo.ufl.edu/year1/rad6190 C. Course E-mail [email protected] D. Administrative Structure 1. Department Chair Anthony A. Mancuso, MD - Professor and Chairman; Department of Radiology Room G-393 PSB – Shands; 352-265-0291; [email protected] 2. Course Director Patricia P. Moser, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor – Body Imaging; Department of Radiology Room G-385 PSB – Shands; 352-265-0291; [email protected] 3. Teaching Faculty Patricia P. Moser, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor – Body Imaging; Department of Radiology Room G-385 PSB – Shands; 352-265-0291; [email protected] James R. Grantham, MD - Clinical Assistant Professor; Veterans Administration Medical Center E185 – VA; 352-376-1611; [email protected] 4. Administrative Support Brenda Tieden – Course Coordinator; Department of Radiology Room G-345 PSB – Shands; 352-265-0291; [email protected] E. Course Content 1. Length, Hours and Units of Study Anatomy by Diagnostic Imaging is a fifteen-week, two-credit required course given in the first semester of the first year and is designed to integrate with other courses offered during the first semester. Fifty-minute lectures include the following topics of instruction: Upper Extremities; Lower Extremities; Lungs/Pleura; Heart; Head and Neck; Bowel and GI Tract; Abdominal Organs; and Urogenital and Reproductive Systems. Included in each lecture will be discussion regarding the basic imaging techniques and positioning as well as the modalities used - to include contrast enhanced imaging; computed 1
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