- Jiří Vrána (guarantor)
- Department of Health Care Disciplines and Population Protection
The target of the subject is acquainting students with basic anatomy of the human body in the form of transverse sections and other standard planes employed in radiological imaging. These are examinations carried out based on computerized tomography and magnetic resonance. 3D models and other diagnostic computerized reconstructions obtained by post-processing will be discussed.
100% participation in lectures,
demonstration of the knowledge mastered by a written test,
passing the examination by the method set.
- Syllabus of lectures:
Principles of topographic imaging in CT and MR.
Axial plane of the section in CT and MR in the abdominal region.
Other planes of the section in CT and MR in the abdominal region.
Imaging of organs of the abdominal cavity at all the levels in CT and MR.
The skull in the axial plane of the section in CT and MR.
Other planes of sections in image of the skull in CT and MR.
Image of the pelvis in CT and MR in all planes.
Image in axial skeleton in CT and MR in all planes.
Image of the vascular system in CT and MR.
Advantages of 3D models in diagnostic imaging.
- Syllabus of tutorials:
Corresponds to the warp of lectures, the content will be practical and interactive practice.
- Study Objective:
to master basic knowledge within the subject to the extent necessary for the performance of the profession in the branch Radiology Assistant.
- Study materials:
 Nekula, J., Heřman, M., Vomáčka, J., Kocher, M. Radiologie. UP Olomouc, 2005.
 Šmoranc, P. Rentgenová technika v lékařství. SPŠE Pardubice, 2004.
 Chudáček, Z. Radiodiagnostika. Grada, 2000.
 Dylevský, I.: Funkční anatomie člověka, Grada 2009
 Feneis, H.: Obrazový anatomický slovník, Grada 2007
- Time-table for winter semester 2020/2021:
- Time-table is not available yet
- Time-table for summer semester 2020/2021:
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- The course is a part of the following study plans:
- Radiological Assistant - full-time (compulsory course)