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The main areas of study are:

  • Biomedical Sciences for the understanding of human anatomy and biological, physiological and pathological processes related to the state of health and disease of people; for the acquisition of the specific language of the disciplines of biology, genetics, microbiology and pathology; and for understanding the fundamental biological organization and basic biochemical and cellular processes
  • Applied medical technical sciences to ensure the use of appropriate methods and technologies in modern radiology (conventional radiology, CT, MRI, MN, senology, neuroradiology, interventional radiology, radiation oncology and nuclear medicine), ensuring the necessary individual and collective radiation protection and safety measures
  • Diagnostic Imagingto acquire the main knowledge on the subdivision of body regions, stratification of planes, different body regions and cranial, thoraco-mediastinal, abdominopelvic cavities
  • Science of prevention and health services to know the determinants of health, hazards and risk factors not only radiological, prevention strategies, protective and radiation protection systems both collective and individual, and interventions aimed at protecting the health and safety of workers and users
  • Human sciences, psycho-pedagogical and health management to understand the problems in patient management, the organizational complexity of the National Health System and the importance and usefulness of acting in accordance with regulations and directives.