Specialization – Radiology

Knowledge, experience and skills in:

  • the general content of training for Sections B and C
  • the indication of investigators to ionizing radiation and nuclear-physical methods to cure diseases
  • the radiological examination procedures with ionizing radiation, including its reporting
  • the magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy, including its reporting
  • sonography, including its reporting
  • the interventional radiological procedures in interdisciplinary collaboration including the treatment of acute pain
  • the detection and treatment of acute emergencies, including life-saving measures
  • maintenance of vital signs and resuscitation
  • the basics of radiation biology and radiation physics at the use of ionizing radiation on people
  • the physical principles of magnetic resonance imaging and biophysics, including the fundamentals of patient monitoring and safety measures for patients and personnel
  • the basics of radiation protection for the patient and staff, including personnel monitoring and radiation protection of the structural and device
  • client devices

Examination and treatment procedures:

  • ultrasound examinations, including Doppler/DuplexIntervestigations at all organs and organ systems
  • diagnostic radiology, including computed tomography, for example, of:
  • skeleton and joints
  • skull, including special recordings
  • spine
  • chest and thoracic organs,
  • abdomen and abdominal organs
  • urogenital Tract
  • breast (all methods)
  • vessels
  • magnetic resonance imaging, for example, in the brain, spinal cord, nerves, skeleton, joints, soft tissues, including the breast, chest, abdomen, pelvis, vessels
  • interventional and minimally invasive radiological procedures, of it:
  •  vascular punctures, and additionscatheterizations
  •  catheterization procedure, such as PTA, lysis, fragmentation, stent
  •  percutaneous insertion of implants
  • a vasoocclusive process, such as embolization, sclerotherapy
  • puncture method for the extraction of tissues and fluids as well as drainage of pathological accumulation of fluid
  • percutaneous therapy for pain and tumors, and ablative and tissue stabilizing procedures

Pediatric radiology

Training content

Knowledge, experience and skills in:

  • the radiological diagnosis in children with special reference to radiation protection measures
  • the specific features in the diagnosis and the use of ionizing radiation and nuclear-physical processes in childhood, including radiation biology and radiation physics

Examination and treatment procedures:

  • ultrasound examinations including Doppler/Duplex examination to the organs and organ systems in children
  • diagnostic radiology, including computed tomography in children, of it:
    in the growing skeleton
  • the skull, including part shots
  • on the spine, pelvis, extremities
  • diagnostic radiology, including computed tomography in children, of it:
  • on the chest and thoracic organs,
  • on the abdomen, including the gastrointestinal tract
  • the urogenital tract
  • magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy in children, for example, in the brain, spinal cord, skeleton, joints, soft tissues, chest, abdomen, pelvis, vessels
  • participation in interventional radiology and minimally invasive procedures in children

Neuroradiology

Training content

Knowledge, experience and skills in:

  • the fundamentals of neurosurgical and neurological-psychiatric disorders
  • the investigations of the central nervous system including the skull base and its adjacent spaces of the autonomic nervous system, peripheral nerves by computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging
  • the investigations of the CSF spaces of the head and spinal canal with intrathecal contrast medium as myelography, cisternography
  • the contrast agent catheter angiography of cerebral and spinal vessels

Examination and treatment procedures:

  • ultrasound examinations, including the Doppler/Duplex examination extracranial and intracranial cerebral vessels
  • native Xray diagnostics
  • diagnostic and functional computed tomography at
  •  the brain and CSF spaces
  •  a base of the skull and neck
  •  spine and Spinal Cord
  •  musculoskeletal system
  • diagnostic angiography of cerebral and spinal vessels, of it: a catheter angiography
  • myelography
    diagnostic, dynamic, functional magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopic including:
  • the brain and CSF spaces
  • head and neck
  •  spine and Spinal Cord
  •  musculoskeletal system
  •  interventional neuroradiological procedures, of it:
  • catheterization procedures (thrombolysis, PTA, stent)
  • vasoocclusive interventions (embolization, coiling)
  • percutaneous biopsy or therapy for vascular malformations, tumors, or pain

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