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Programme Overview: 

Imaging is currently performed by technologists/x-ray operators and radiographers and being interpreted by general practitioners in many medical setup in Malaysia. Many practitioners have had little training in the interpretation of images. At some centers, the general practitioners themselves perform the imaging using an x-ray unit. It is very important to produce a radiographic image of acceptable quality, as this will enable the medical practitioner to interpret the image correctly to come to a good diagnosis. This in turn will enable the practitioner to institute treatment, which will benefit the patients.

This course will introduce the participants to the importance and the methods of obtaining a good quality radiograph of the extremities and also on the systematic approach for the interpretation of the x-ray of the extremities in particular and the musculoskeletal system generally.

Target Group: 

  • Physician
  • Medical doctors
  • Radiographers and x-ray operators in general practitioner clinics

 Course Content: 

  • Safety considerations in radiological practice
  • Introduction to production of radiographic image
  • Radiographic anatomy of the chest in the anterior posterior and lateral views
  • Technical quality of the radiographic image


  • CME recognition from MOH
  • CPD point from MMA


7 hours/1 day


Single registration per pax

After IPTN discount



Team registration per pax

After IPTN discount




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