Crack Radiology: High Yield Topics for FMGE

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RADIOLOGY

 In general

  1. Initial Investigations (specially Respiratory and Cardiological diseases)                                 
  2. IOC (Investigation of Choice)                                                           
  3. Gold Standards investigations      
  4. All signs that can be found in X-Ray, CT, USG.
  5. Fractures and their managements. Also Healing of Fracture with respective time duration
  6. Images of X-Ray (specially respiratory conditions) and CT (specially abdominal conditions)                                     

  Abdominal Diagnosis:

Characteristic Radio diagnostic Features of——
  • Coartation of Aorta
  • Tetralogy of Fallot
  • Aspergillosis
  • Bubble Sign: Double B, Tripple B.
  • IOC for – Echinococcosis , Amoebic Liver abcess
Radiological Signs & Differences— Scurvy & Rickets.
  • Thumbprint Sign →Preferred for Organic Diseases, Adducted sign.
  • CNS :
  • MRI vs CT -Scan, (Advantage & Disadvantage),  ( which is good for DS:Calcification)
  • Sub arachnoids Hemorrhage.
  • Signs of Thalassemia.
  •  Peripheral Angiography : Supressed Route, Name and Technique.
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Radio therapy

  1. Radio Sensitive & Radio —
  2. Cells
  3. Tissues
  4. Organ
  5. Tumors
  6. Compares between —    £ ß Ý Radiation→ Most hazardous, most powerful, most/least penetration.
  7. Particles used in different scan–PET, CT, MRI.
  8.  Radio Isotopes—Thyroid Ca–Cervix Cancer, Tele therapy.
  9. Who discovered X-R

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