Head of the Department:
Associate professor Vinko Marković, MD, PhD
Head in power:
Associate professor Ante Punda, MD, PhD
Upon completion of the course, students should acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes in basic nuclear medicine that will enable them effective participation in later clinical courses.
The course is delivered through lectures, seminars and exercises. Students should prepare themselves in advance for active participation in seminars and excercises. Absence from lectures, seminars or exercises have to be compensated by oral colloquium during the course.
Members and collaborators
Oral presentations and books in PDF
1. Lectures (L1-L12) and Seminars
2. Sharp PF, Gemmell HG and Murray AD, eds. Practical Nuclear Medicine. 3rd ed. London: Springer-Verlag, 2005.
3. Maher M. Basic Physics of Nuclear Medicine. Wikibooks.2004.
Ziessman HA, O'Malley JP, Thrall JH and Fahey FH, eds. The Requisites. Nuclear Medicine. 4th
ed. Elsevier .Saunders. Philadelphia; 2014.
Requirements for taking the final exam is orderly attendance to all teaching activities during the course of Nuclear Medicine. The exam is composed of written test which contains 40 questions. All questions are multiple choice with one correct answer out of 5. Students have 45 minutes for completing the test. Minimum of 24 correct answers (60%) are required for passing. The marks correspond to the test points are as follows:
24-27 (60-69%) correct answers – sufficient (2)
28-31 (70-79%) correct answers – good (3)
32-35 (80-89%) correct answers – very good (4)
36-40 ( ≥ 90%) correct answers - excellent (5)
Exam terms are scheduled for:
term - February 13. 2017.
term - July 18. 2017.
term - September 6. 2017.
term - September 20. 2017.