B.Sc. Medical Laboratory Technology (B.M.L.T)
B.Sc. Medical Radiology & Imaging Technology ( B.M.R.I.T)
Course Type – Bachelor Degree.
Duration – 3 years and 6 month internship/ 4 years for Nepalees candidate.
Min. Qualification – 10+2 with min. 45% marks in PCB/PCM.
Radiology is a speciality of medicine that uses ionizing and non ionizing radiation for the diagnosis and therapeutic purpose. Radiology technicians produce clear and accurate images of the body that enable physicians to diagnose and treat medical
conditions that would otherwise be difficult to document. Technician operate shophisticate equipment and technology that includes X-ray, mammography, ultrasound, computerized axial tomography (CAT) and positron emission tomography (PET) scan devices to see within the human body in order to diagnose disease and abnormalities. It is usually the best minimally invasive way of diagnosing, treating or monitoring disease or injury. By guiding patients through each step of their medical imaging procedures, these specialists ensure the
production of high quality images.
Radiography is an art and science which involves the medical imaging of patients to produce a radiograph for the diagnosis of disease. A radiologist is a physician who is also an imaging expert with specialized training in obtaining and interpreting medical images obtained by using x-rays (radiographs, CT, fluoroscopy) or radioactive substances (nuclear medicine) or by other means such as sound waves (ultrasound) or the body’s natural magnetism (MRI).
This course designed to train the candidates for the following: