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Course Description

CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
RADIOLOGICAL ANATOMY-Spring Semester2+024
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseTurkish
Course LevelShort Cycle (Associate's Degree)
Course TypeRequired
Course CoordinatorAssist.Prof. İnci ALTIOK
Name of Lecturer(s)Lect. Yusuf CAN
Assistant(s)
AimThe purpose of this course is to gain knowledge and skills about the radiographic images and anatomical structures obtained from conventional, digital, fluoroscopic and cross-sectional methods.
Course ContentThis course contains; Introduction to Anatomy and Basic Medical Terminology,Basic Concepts of Radiologic Anatomy,Radiologic Anatomy of Movement System I,Radiologic Anatomy of Movement System II,Radiological Cross-Sectional Anatomy I,Radiological Cross-Sectional Anatomy II,Radiologic Anatomy of the Circulatory System,Mid-term exam,Radiologic Anatomy of the Digestive System,Radiologic Anatomy of the Respiratory System,Radiologic Anatomy of the Nervous System,Radiologic Anatomy of Reproductive System,Radiological Anatomy of the Urinary System,Peripheral Organizations.
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
1. explain basic anatomy concepts16, 9A
1.1. Summarizes the concepts of radiological anatomy16, 9A
1.2. Summarizes the human body systems.16, 9A
2. express the radiological anatomy and approaches of partitions.16, 9A
2.1. Summarizes the radiological anatomy of the motion system.16, 9A
2.2. Summarizes the radiological anatomy of the digestive system and urogenital system.16, 9A
2.3. Summarizes the radiological anatomy of the circulatory system and respiratory system.16, 9A
2.4. Summarizes the radiological anatomy of the nervous system.16, 9A
3. explain the basics of the application, and imaging.16, 9A
3.1. Recognizes the structure of a cross-sectional radiological anatomy.16, 9A
3.2. Recognizes between conventional and digital X-rays on the anatomical structures.16, 9A
3.3. Recognizes anatomical structures on computed tomography images.12, 16, 9A
3.4. Recognizes the anatomic structures on magnetic resonance imaging.12, 9A
3.5. Recognizes anatomical structures on radiographs.16, 9A
Teaching Methods:12: Problem Solving Method, 16: Question - Answer Technique, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:A: Traditional Written Exam

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1Introduction to Anatomy and Basic Medical TerminologyPre-Reading
2Basic Concepts of Radiologic AnatomyPre-Reading
3Radiologic Anatomy of Movement System IPre-Reading
4Radiologic Anatomy of Movement System IIPre-Reading
5Radiological Cross-Sectional Anatomy IPre-Reading
6Radiological Cross-Sectional Anatomy IIPre-Reading
7Radiologic Anatomy of the Circulatory SystemPre-Reading
8Mid-term examPre-Reading
9Radiologic Anatomy of the Digestive SystemPre-Reading
10Radiologic Anatomy of the Respiratory SystemPre-Reading
11Radiologic Anatomy of the Nervous SystemPre-Reading
12Radiologic Anatomy of Reproductive SystemPre-Reading
13Radiological Anatomy of the Urinary SystemPre-Reading
14Peripheral OrganizationsPre-Reading
Resources
1- BESIM Aytekin, Üstün AYDINGÖZ, Hakan AKBULUT, Radiologic Diagnosis Handbook for Physicians and Medical Students, Türkiye Klinikleri Publishing House Ankara, 1992. 2- FERNER- H, STAUBESAND, J. Sobotto Atlas of Human Anatomy, 10th ed. Urban & Schwarzenberg, Munich, 1982. 3- FRANK H. Netter M.D, T. HANSEN John ph. D., Atlas of Human Anatomy, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry Rochester, Nobel Medical Bookstores, New York, 2005. 4- MOELLER T:B:, E.Reif (Editor, Civan IŞLAK), Cross-Sectional Anatomy Pocket Atlas Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Volume I: Head and Neck, Nobel Medical Bookstores, 2007. 5- MOELLER T:B:, E.Reif (Translation, Deniz ÇEBİ OLGUN), Cross-Sectional Anatomy Pocket Atlas Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Volume II: Thorax, Heart, Abdomen, Pelvis, Nobel Medical Bookstores, 2007. 6- MOELLER T:B:, E.Reif (Editor: Kaya KANBEROĞLU, M.Halit YILMAZ, İlknur MUMYAPAN), Cross-Sectional Anatomy Pocket Atlas Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Volume III: Spine, extremities, joints, Nobel Medical Bookstores, 2007. 7- SANCAK Bedia, Meserret CUMHUR, Functional Anatomy, ODTÜ Geliştirme Vakfı Yayıncılık ve iletişim AŞ Ankara, 2008 8- Frank Slaby, Eugene R.Jacobs, Radiographic Anatomy Harwell Publishing Company; New edition edition (Dec 1992) http://www.anatomyatlases.org/atlassofanatomy/index.shtml http://www. ect. downstate. edu/courseware/rad/atlas/ http://www.rad.washington.edu/sitemap radiological anatomy http://www.e-radiography.net 
Lecture notes

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
Students have basic theoretical and practical knowledge in the fields of Medical Physics, Radiation Safety, Anatomy, Radiological Anatomy, Medical Imaging and Nuclear Medicine.
X
2
The student owns knowledge of ethical principles and rules related to their duties and responsibilities.
X
3
The student takes part in the operation of imaging devices using ionizing and non-ionizing radiation by applying radiation safety procedures and identifies and reports inconsistencies or malfunctions related to these devices.
X
4
The student carries out a given task independently using the basic knowledge and skills gained.
X
5
The student evaluates the knowledge about his field at a basic level with a critical approach, he designates his learning needs and directs his learning.
X
6
Communicates with patients and their relatives in a professional manner, taking into account their cultural sensitivities.
X
7
Students perform positioning, which is optimal for imaging and providing optimal comfort for the patient, and chooses the correct beaming factor.
X
8
Students effectively evaluate patient images and take the right steps by identifying out-of-routine situations.
X
9
The student acts in accordance with laws, regulations, legislations and professional ethics related to individual duties, rights and responsibilities.
X

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 40
Rate of Final Exam to Success 60
Total 100
ECTS / Workload Table
ActivitiesNumber ofDuration(Hour)Total Workload(Hour)
Course Hours14228
Guided Problem Solving14228
Resolution of Homework Problems and Submission as a Report2510
Term Project11010
Presentation of Project / Seminar000
Quiz212
Midterm Exam11111
General Exam11616
Performance Task, Maintenance Plan000
Total Workload(Hour)105
Dersin AKTS Kredisi = Toplam İş Yükü (Saat)/30*=(105/30)4
ECTS of the course: 30 hours of work is counted as 1 ECTS credit.

Detail Informations of the Course

Course Description

CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
RADIOLOGICAL ANATOMY-Spring Semester2+024
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseTurkish
Course LevelShort Cycle (Associate's Degree)
Course TypeRequired
Course CoordinatorAssist.Prof. İnci ALTIOK
Name of Lecturer(s)Lect. Yusuf CAN
Assistant(s)
AimThe purpose of this course is to gain knowledge and skills about the radiographic images and anatomical structures obtained from conventional, digital, fluoroscopic and cross-sectional methods.
Course ContentThis course contains; Introduction to Anatomy and Basic Medical Terminology,Basic Concepts of Radiologic Anatomy,Radiologic Anatomy of Movement System I,Radiologic Anatomy of Movement System II,Radiological Cross-Sectional Anatomy I,Radiological Cross-Sectional Anatomy II,Radiologic Anatomy of the Circulatory System,Mid-term exam,Radiologic Anatomy of the Digestive System,Radiologic Anatomy of the Respiratory System,Radiologic Anatomy of the Nervous System,Radiologic Anatomy of Reproductive System,Radiological Anatomy of the Urinary System,Peripheral Organizations.
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
1. explain basic anatomy concepts16, 9A
1.1. Summarizes the concepts of radiological anatomy16, 9A
1.2. Summarizes the human body systems.16, 9A
2. express the radiological anatomy and approaches of partitions.16, 9A
2.1. Summarizes the radiological anatomy of the motion system.16, 9A
2.2. Summarizes the radiological anatomy of the digestive system and urogenital system.16, 9A
2.3. Summarizes the radiological anatomy of the circulatory system and respiratory system.16, 9A
2.4. Summarizes the radiological anatomy of the nervous system.16, 9A
3. explain the basics of the application, and imaging.16, 9A
3.1. Recognizes the structure of a cross-sectional radiological anatomy.16, 9A
3.2. Recognizes between conventional and digital X-rays on the anatomical structures.16, 9A
3.3. Recognizes anatomical structures on computed tomography images.12, 16, 9A
3.4. Recognizes the anatomic structures on magnetic resonance imaging.12, 9A
3.5. Recognizes anatomical structures on radiographs.16, 9A
Teaching Methods:12: Problem Solving Method, 16: Question - Answer Technique, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:A: Traditional Written Exam

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1Introduction to Anatomy and Basic Medical TerminologyPre-Reading
2Basic Concepts of Radiologic AnatomyPre-Reading
3Radiologic Anatomy of Movement System IPre-Reading
4Radiologic Anatomy of Movement System IIPre-Reading
5Radiological Cross-Sectional Anatomy IPre-Reading
6Radiological Cross-Sectional Anatomy IIPre-Reading
7Radiologic Anatomy of the Circulatory SystemPre-Reading
8Mid-term examPre-Reading
9Radiologic Anatomy of the Digestive SystemPre-Reading
10Radiologic Anatomy of the Respiratory SystemPre-Reading
11Radiologic Anatomy of the Nervous SystemPre-Reading
12Radiologic Anatomy of Reproductive SystemPre-Reading
13Radiological Anatomy of the Urinary SystemPre-Reading
14Peripheral OrganizationsPre-Reading
Resources
1- BESIM Aytekin, Üstün AYDINGÖZ, Hakan AKBULUT, Radiologic Diagnosis Handbook for Physicians and Medical Students, Türkiye Klinikleri Publishing House Ankara, 1992. 2- FERNER- H, STAUBESAND, J. Sobotto Atlas of Human Anatomy, 10th ed. Urban & Schwarzenberg, Munich, 1982. 3- FRANK H. Netter M.D, T. HANSEN John ph. D., Atlas of Human Anatomy, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry Rochester, Nobel Medical Bookstores, New York, 2005. 4- MOELLER T:B:, E.Reif (Editor, Civan IŞLAK), Cross-Sectional Anatomy Pocket Atlas Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Volume I: Head and Neck, Nobel Medical Bookstores, 2007. 5- MOELLER T:B:, E.Reif (Translation, Deniz ÇEBİ OLGUN), Cross-Sectional Anatomy Pocket Atlas Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Volume II: Thorax, Heart, Abdomen, Pelvis, Nobel Medical Bookstores, 2007. 6- MOELLER T:B:, E.Reif (Editor: Kaya KANBEROĞLU, M.Halit YILMAZ, İlknur MUMYAPAN), Cross-Sectional Anatomy Pocket Atlas Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Volume III: Spine, extremities, joints, Nobel Medical Bookstores, 2007. 7- SANCAK Bedia, Meserret CUMHUR, Functional Anatomy, ODTÜ Geliştirme Vakfı Yayıncılık ve iletişim AŞ Ankara, 2008 8- Frank Slaby, Eugene R.Jacobs, Radiographic Anatomy Harwell Publishing Company; New edition edition (Dec 1992) http://www.anatomyatlases.org/atlassofanatomy/index.shtml http://www. ect. downstate. edu/courseware/rad/atlas/ http://www.rad.washington.edu/sitemap radiological anatomy http://www.e-radiography.net 
Lecture notes

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
Students have basic theoretical and practical knowledge in the fields of Medical Physics, Radiation Safety, Anatomy, Radiological Anatomy, Medical Imaging and Nuclear Medicine.
X
2
The student owns knowledge of ethical principles and rules related to their duties and responsibilities.
X
3
The student takes part in the operation of imaging devices using ionizing and non-ionizing radiation by applying radiation safety procedures and identifies and reports inconsistencies or malfunctions related to these devices.
X
4
The student carries out a given task independently using the basic knowledge and skills gained.
X
5
The student evaluates the knowledge about his field at a basic level with a critical approach, he designates his learning needs and directs his learning.
X
6
Communicates with patients and their relatives in a professional manner, taking into account their cultural sensitivities.
X
7
Students perform positioning, which is optimal for imaging and providing optimal comfort for the patient, and chooses the correct beaming factor.
X
8
Students effectively evaluate patient images and take the right steps by identifying out-of-routine situations.
X
9
The student acts in accordance with laws, regulations, legislations and professional ethics related to individual duties, rights and responsibilities.
X

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 40
Rate of Final Exam to Success 60
Total 100

Numerical Data

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