M. D. in Radiodiagnosis is a Clinical Speciality course offered by the Amrita School of Medicine.
Doctor of Medicine in Radiodiagnosis is a three-year postgraduation course. Radiodiagnosis is a branch of medical science, which focuses on the use of radiation, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance as diagnostic, therapeutic, and research tools in medicinal practices. It is related to anatomy, pathology, physiology, and interventional procedures. MBBS degree holders from a recognized University thereto by Medical Council of India or any State Medical Council are eligible for radio-diagnosis course.
After specializing in Radio-diagnosis, one can join any Radiological Sciences Laboratory or get employed in hospital settings, academic/educational institutions or they can do private practices of medical imaging for genitourinary, biliary, gastrointestinal, central nervous system, and other organs like brain, head and neck, through the use of x-ray, MRI, CT, and angiography.
Seats: General – 6 || NRI – 4
Duration: Three years **
(** Two years in case of those who have recognized Postgraduate Diploma in the same subject)