Radiological protection. Criteria, objectives, and control measures. Description of conventional and special radiological techniques, as well as the basis of nuclear medicine. Radiological anatomy by tracts and systems, with special emphasis on systematic reading of distinct radiological examinations. Radiological, ultrasound, and nuclear medicine semiology via diagnostic imaging techniques.
PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION: The lecture portion, based on theoretical presentations, will develop the learning objectives, highlighting the characteristics of rehabilitation medicine: its special concern for the disabling effects of diseases, biomechanical and neurophysiological fundamentals, and therapeutic principles based on the physical sciences. In this manner, the student will be placed in a position to understand and apply the WHO¿s model of diseases and the resulting reduction or loss of functional capability or activity, wherein therapeutic efforts are concentrated on diminishing restrictions and obtaining maximum reintegration of the activities that preceded the disease.