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Department of Radiological Science

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Department of Radiological Science

Department of Radiological Science

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Department of Radiological Science

The radiology department acquires the medical science and technology of diagnosing and treating patient diseases, such as X-ray General Imaging, Fluoroscopy, Mammography, Angiography and Interventional Procedures, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound Testing, Bone Density Testing, and Digital Medical Imaging-related fields.
It trains radiation workers in the field of radiation tumors for the treatment of various cancers using radiation, and in the field of nuclear medicine, technology and science for conducting nuclear medical tests using radioactive isotopes, and fosters experts in radiation-related fields such as radiation safety managers, non-destructive testing, radiation medical devices, and radiation quality control.
It aims to contribute to social well-being, development and the promotion of national health by fostering professional radiologists who have gained expertise to safely use radiation throughout society, and who have established knowledge and skills and attitudes as creative global experts by harmonizing basic and practical studies.