Body Imaging: Pediatric Radiology
Rotation 3 (first 2 at CHOP)
Knowledge Based Objectives: At the end of the rotation, the resident should
be able to:
- Identify normal vs. abnormal findings on skeletal, skull (and contents),
and spine radiographs.
- Add to knowledge base in all areas of pediatric radiology and mammography
through continued study, review of ACR cases and film reading.
Technical Skills: At the end of the rotation, the resident should be able to:
- Perform fluoroscopic exams except when complications are anticipated.
- Review and dictate, either alone or with the radiologist, pediatric outpatient
and inpatient films and PICU and NICU films, making sure all work is checked
by the radiologist prior to final reporting.
Decision-Making and Value Judgment Skills: At the end of the rotation,
the resident should be able to:
- Make preliminary decisions on all matters of film interpretation and consultation,
recognizing and obtaining assistance with situations that require the
expertise of the radiologist.