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Department of Radiology

Radiology is defined as ‘radiology ' as the word meaning, in Medicine X-rays (X-rays, computed tomography), as well as sound waves (ultrasonography), and radio waves (magnetic resonance) through the imaging of organs and tissues are interested in the science branch. Radiology can be studied in 2 groups as diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology (for diagnosis and treatment). X-ray, fluoroscopy, ultrasonography, computed tomography and magnetic resonance are the imaging methods used for diagnostic purposes. Interventional procedures are carried out under the guidance of Fluoroscopy, ultrasonography and computed tomography. Biopsy, angiography (brain vessels and peripheral vessels), abscess drainage, catheterizations are among the procedures performed in interventional radiology.

Radiology is one of the most rapidly changing and developing disciplines in medicine. It developed rapidly after X-rays were found by Wilhelm Konrad X-ray in 1895, leading to the opening of a new era in medicine. In 1972, computed tomography was discovered, and in 1973 the phenomenon of nuclear magnetic resonance began to be used in imaging. Today, digital X-rays, high-resolution ultrasonography, multi-sectional computed tomography and high tesla-powered magnetic resonance devices help diagnose many diseases. Virtual computed tomography or magnetic resonance angiography, virtual endoscopy, colonoscopy, cystoscopy, bronchoscopy is carried out before any attempt is made such tests to the patient. The aim of our subdepartment is to follow these developments in radiology and to provide the latest imaging methods to our hospital.

The main goals of the Department of Radiology at Dicle University are to provide accurate diagnosis and treatment guidance to patients through the most appropriate and up-to-date imaging methods, as well as to teach the art of medical imaging to new generations within the framework of assistant education and basic medical education. At the same time, it is our main task to carry out scientific studies in the field of radiology to develop new and better diagnostic tools and treatment methods with imaging. Our clinic offers advanced technology and high-quality health services in all sub branches of Radiology.

Location and capacity

The Department of Radiology is located on the A floor of the Faculty of Medicine and Research Hospital Building located on the campus of Dicle University. Our department consists of 2 departments, radiology 1 and 2.

Radiology 1 consists of 3 and 1.5 TESLA MRI, Multislice CT with 16 detectors, Digital X-ray, ultrasonography, mammography devices,

Radiology 2 consists of a 64-detector Computed Tomography, 1 Tesla magnetic resonance and fluoroscopy unit, departmental offices and report rooms.

Diagnostic procedures performed in our unit:

X-ray : 60,000 units/year
Mammography : 1,000 pieces/year
Ultrasonography : 13,000 units /year
CT : 19,500 units/year
MRI : 7,500 units/year

Prior to Graduation

The students of the Faculty of Medicine are given theoretical courses in Semester 3 and the required theoretical and practical training on Radiological approach is given to students during the radiology internship in Semester 4.

After Graduation

After graduation, radiology training takes 4 years and aims to train expert radiologists who are trained in all units of Radiology and have experience in all imaging instruments with a broad knowledge and infrastructure. In addition to rotations for devices such as ultrasonography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance, our researchers work and train in rotations in all sub-branches of Radiology (thorax, abdomen, musculoskeletal prompt radiology, Neuroradiology) in the system base. Our assistants, who have the chance to gain a wide range of knowledge and experience in the field of imaging, work with new technology devices.

- Research assistant training period is 4 years.
- Mandatory rotations:
3 months Internal Medicine,
3 months of Nuclear Medicine,
3 months Radiation Oncology,

- Research Assistant Training Program: 2 hours a week seminar, case and Article hours, daily patient evaluations

- Our research assistants are encouraged to do scientific work. Active participation in national and international scientific activities, seminars and article preparation studies are encouraged.

Head: Prof. Dr. Aşur UYAR

Academic Staff:

1. Prof. Dr. Aşur UYAR

2. Prof. Dr. Cihan Akgül ÖZMEN

3. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Faysal EKİCİ

4. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Memik TEKE

5. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Salih HATTAPOĞLU

6. Asst. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Güli ÇETİNÇAKMAK

7. Dr. Fatih DURUMLU

8. Dr. Mahfuz MAMİŞ

9. Dr. Serdar BALSAK


11. Dr. Bayram GEYİK

12. Dr. Mehmet Azat ADİN

13. Dr. Emrah YAŞAR

14. Dr. Emrah TAŞ

15. Dr. Yasemin Ayşe KANSU

16. Dr. Ali KOÇ

17. Dr. Mehmet Perver BÜYÜKDENİZ

18. Dr. Osman GÜLTEKİN

19. Dr. Tarık SAĞLAM

20. Dr. Emrah ÖZ

21. Dr. Rukan MATSAR

22. Dr. Ali OĞUZ

23. Dr. Muhyettin TAY

24. Dr. Mahmut Gazi ERGÜN

25. Dr. Mehmet İhsan İLMİN