Examination Pattern

UG examination pattern
Internal exam: The department conducts ward ending exam at the end of a 2-week clinical posting
It is divided into two parts: Theory examination in the form of MCQs.
Practical examination in the form of viva & spots.
Prelim examination: One question of Radio-diagnosis is asked in surgery theory paper-2
External exam: Same pattern as in prelim examination is followed in external examination.
PG examination pattern
Theory Exam:
Radiation Physics. Protective measures & Physics involving imaging techniques and related basic sciences e.g. Anatomy. Physiology and Pathology.

1) Radiations and production of X-rays
2) X-ray generators
3] Basic interactions between X-Rays and matter
4] Attenuation.
5] Filters and grids.
6] Luminescent screens.
7] Physical and Photographic characteristics of X-ray film & film processing
8] Fluoroscopic imaging -viewing and recording.
9] Radiographic image and its geometry.
10] Body section radiography.
11] Steroscopy.
12] Xeroradiography.
13] Computed tomography.
14] Ultrasound.
15] Radiation's hazards and protection.
16] Digital Radiography.
17] Nuclear magnetic resonance.
18] Magnetic resonance imaging.
19] Wet processing of films -Chemistry of Developer, fixer etc,
20] Dry processing – chemistry of films & its processing.

Radiological Imaging in congenital & systemic diseases- I
a) Respiratory system: Congenital anomalies, Pediatric chest, Chest wall, pleura, diaphragm, Mediastinum, Pulmonary infections, Airway obstruction, Pulmonary neoplasms, Diffuse pulmonary diseases.
b) Cardio-vascular system: Congenital heart Disease's, left-to-right shunts Cyanotic heart diseases, Acquired valvular heart diseases, Ischemic heart disease, Pulmonary circulation, cardiomyopathy, cardiac tumors, Pericardium, thoracic aorta.
c) Gastro Intestinal Tract: Oesophagus, Stomach, Duodenum, Small intestine large bowel, mesentry & omentum, Pediatric abdomen.
d) Hepato-biliary: Liver, Biliary tract, Pancreas.

Radiological Imaging in congenital & systemic diseases-II
a) Skeletal system: Skeletal trauma benign lesions, malignant lesions, Myeloproliferative & similar disorders, metabolic and endocrine diseases, skeletal dysplasias and malformation syndromes, joint disease, bone and joint infection, radiology of soft tissues, musculo-skeletal system in children.
b) Genito-urinary system: Renal parenchymal diseases, Renal masses. Calculus disease and urinary obstruction, urinary bladder and prostate, Reno-vascular disorders, injuries, Renal failure and transplantation, pediatric uroradiology Imaging in obstretics and gynecology, imaging of breast.
c) CNS: Skull, Intra-cranial tumors, Intra-cranial infections, Cerebro-vascular disease, cranial and intracranial malformatins trauma, CSF disturbances, degenerative diseases of spine infections of spine, spinal tumours.

Miscellaneous, Radiological procedures, Interventional Radiology, .Recent advances and newer techniques.
- Orbit, ENT, Dental, Reticule-endothelial system, Oncology, HIV infection and AIDS, - Arteriography, venography…..etc.



A).        One Long case and Two Short Cases      -
B).        Practical and Viva

  1. Spot Film Diagnosis  (40-50)         -
  2. Radiation Physics                             -
  3. Techniques                                         -
  4. Implements / Contrast Media                    -
  5. Nuclear Medicine                            -
  6. Pathology