The university departments of Clinical Radiology and Medical BioPhysics merged in 1998 to become Imaging Science and Biomedical Engineering .
The university department of Clinical Radiology also coordinates the Manchester Radiology Training Scheme.
The department is situated in the Stopford medical school building. There are four radiographic suites containing:
There is also a mobile Osteoporosis and Clinical reasearch Unit, which houses an Hologic 4500 Aclaim DXA scanner and a Stratec Norland XTC 2000 pQCT scanner in a 6.5 tonnes, 28ft customised truck.
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