GPSC Radiologist Syllabus
GPSC Radiologist Syllabus

Syllabus for the preliminary test for the recruitment for the post of Radiologist (Specialist Service), Class I in Health and Medical Services

Marks – 200 Questions – 200 Medium – English

Anatomy

➢ Gross and cross-sectional anatomy of all the body systems.

Pathology

➢ Gross morphology of pathological conditions of systemic diseases
affecting all organ systems.

Radiology Course

➢ Chest
➢ Cardiovascular system
➢ Musculoskeletal including soft tissue
➢ Gastrointestinal system
➢ Hepato-biliary-pancreatic system
➢ Urogenital (genito-urinary) system
➢ CNS including head and neck
➢ Obstetrics and Gynecology
➢ ENT, eye, dental, breast
➢ Endocrine and metabolic system
➢ Clinically applied radionuclide imaging

Radiological Physics

➢ Introduction of general properties of radiation and matter: Fundamentals
of nuclear physics and radioactivity
➢ Interaction of x-rays and gamma rays with matter and their effects on
irradiated materials
➢ X-ray Generating Apparatus
➢ Screen-film radiography
➢ Film processing: Darkroom, dry processing, laser /dry chemistry
cameras, artifacts.
➢ Fluoroscopy: Digital including flat panel units, fluoroscopy cum
radiography units
➢ Digital radiography: Computed Radiography, Flat panel radiography
➢ Other equipment: Ultrasound including Doppler, CT, MRI, and DSA
➢ Contrast Media (Iodinated, MR & Ultrasound) – types, chemical
composition, mechanism of action, dose schedule, route of
administration, adverse reaction, and their management
➢ Nuclear Medicine: Equipment and isotopes in various organ systems and
recent advances
➢ Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) and Radiology
➢ Information System (RIS) to make a film-less department and for Tele
radiology, Radiation protection, dosimetry, and radiation biology
➢ Image quality and Quality Assurance (QA)
➢ Recent advances in radiology and imaging

Current Trends and Recent Advancements in Radiology.

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