Medical physics has been part of the veterinary curriculum since 1975. The teaching obligations result from the current ordinance on the licensing of veterinarians (TAppV) of 27.07.2006. According to this, students in the 1st semester are offered lectures, practicals and elective courses in physics and students in the 4th and 5th semesters are offered lectures, practicals and elective courses in general radiology. In addition, courses are offered to acquire or maintain the specialist knowledge in radiation protection for veterinarians.
Physics (mechanics, wave theory, thermodynamics, electricity, optics)
3 semester hours per week in the winter semester (1st semester)
1 semester hour per week in the summer semester (4th semester)
2 semester hours per week in the winter semester (5th semester)
Lecture-accompanying materials can be found at TiHoStudIS.
In addition, a two-hour special lecture is offered for students in the practical year on the subject of
Radiation protection in radiology
4 experiments for the physics lecture (2 hours each)
2 experiments in the lecture General Radiology (2 hours each)
Basics of ECG
Basics of ultrasound diagnostics
Comparison of conventional and digital X-rays