Course Code: MDRD RD2 TMC
The radiology clerkship is a concentrated two week experience in diagnostic imaging and its role in patient care. Students attend daily faculty lectures and spend time in each of the imaging areas within the radiology department. The imaging reading areas include: general radiology, CT, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, angiography, neuroradiology, pediatric radiology, musculoskeletal imaging, and mammography. While in the reading areas students can observe the imaging exams and interact with the radiologist as the results are interpreted and dictated. This experience offers opportunity to correlate patient clinical presentation and findings with the results from the appropriate diagnostic imaging exam(s). In addition to faculty lectures and time in the reading areas, students have access to the radiology teaching area where their knowledge can be augmented by participation in teaching files covering the full spectrum of diagnostic imaging. During the two weeks, students are required to complete an assigned programmed text on the principles of chest Roentgenology. Students are evaluated by input from attending radiologists in each of the reading areas (25%), student participation in class lectures (
Maximum 8 students for each block offered.
For more information contact either:
Darlene Dix, Radiology Executive Secretary
Donald Olivares, Digital Imaging Specialist, Administrative Director
Course Directors: Leslee McNabb, MD
1430 Tulane Ave, New Orleans, LA 70112 firstname.lastname@example.org