Diagnostica per immagini- medicina nucleare- radioterapia - Autori Villari-Biti-Fava. Ed. Piccin
Perez & Brady's Principles and Practice of Radiation Oncology, 6th edition Lippincott
Hall and Giaccia Radiobiology for Radiologist, 6th edition
At the end of the lessons, the student will be capable of understand the main clinical methods of radiology and molecular imaging.?The student will acquire knowledge about the basic principles of radiation protection for both patients and workers, about the interaction between radiations and matter, about the negative effects of ionizing radiations and about how to consequently behave.?The student will acquire knowledge about general principles of the functioning of the different radiation therapy techniques, and will observe several clinical example of each one, with particular attention on head and neck cancers.
Propedeuticity approved by degree course
Type of Assessment
multiple choice test
?RADIOBIOLOGY AND RADIATION PROTECTION?- Basic principles of radiation physics?- Interaction between radiations and matter?- Types of damage from radiation at cellular and organ level?- Deterministic and probabilistic damage, collateral effects of ionizing radiations?- Principles of radiation protection for patients and workers??RADIODIAGNOSTIC?- Introduction to the different techniques of imaging diagnostics?- Radiography (technical principles and functional examples)?- Computed Tomography (technical principles and functional examples)?- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (technical principles and functional examples)?- Ultrasonography (technical principles and functional examples)?- Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (technical principles and functional examples)
2D RT. 3 RT, tomotherapy, IGRT, IMRT,, SBRT, radiosurgery, head and neck cancers.