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TITLE OF CLERKSHIP: RADIOLOGY

DEPARTMENT: Radiology

NUMBER OF STUDENTS ROTATING ON SERVICE AT ONCE: Maximum 2

LENGTH OF ROTATIONS: 2-4 Week Blocks

WILL TAKE STUDENTS FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY: YES

TYPE/LEVEL OF STUDENTS ACCEPTED: 3rd and 4th Year

TIME OF YEAR OFFERED: Flexible start dates (Not offered to civilian students June-September)

PRIOR APPROVAL REQUIRED: Yes, Contact the GME Student Coordinator, @ 910-643-1832,
e-mail:
usarmy.bragg.medcom-wamc.list.wamc-gme@mail.mil

OBJECTIVES/DESCRIPTION OF CLERKSHIP:

The Department of Radiology offers a complete clerkship in Diagnostic Radiology with rotations in chest, ICU, pediatrics, bone and gastrointestinal radiology, to include fluoroscopy, helical CT, MR, MRA, cardiac MR, special procedures including digital angiography, various interventional procedures now performed in Diagnostic Radiology. Clerkship also includes rotations in both mammography and Diagnostic Ultrasound. There will be one-to-one supervision with a Board Certified Radiologist at all times during the clerkship. An extensive teaching file is available for additional intensive study. Additional rotations can be incorporated with the Nuclear Medicine Service.

Nuclear Medicine: This hospital has a well equipped Nuclear Medicine Laboratory offering numerous diagnostic studies to include liver scans, lung scans, renal scans, renograms, thyroid studies. A clinical clerk choosing a rotation through this service would be given personal attention by a staff member of this service emphasizing the basic principles of Nuclear Medicine; diagnosis and interpretation of examination results.

All students serving on clinical clerkships will be rated by the involved Staff during the rotation and the Department Program Director.