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MRI intra-orbital foreign bodies (IOFB) reporting study day

Join us on our MRI IOFB Reporting study day, approved and accredited by the Society and College of Radiographers.

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Who it’s for

This course is suitable for radiographers who are working in MRI and are responsible for undertaking verbal and written screening of patients for intra-orbital foreign bodies (IOFBs). To be eligible, you'll need:

  • a degree in radiography (or equivalent)
  • evidence of support from a radiologist or reporting radiographer, to complete the clinical portfolio in their workplace.

What you’ll learn

  • How to make clear judgements about the appropriate screening methods for individual patients
  • Select appropriate imaging when required
  • Perform and assess orbital radiographs to screen for IOFBs
  • Assess orbital radiographs for metallic foreign bodies, making diagnostic decisions with a sensitivity and specificity of 100%
  • Radiographers will develop practical image interpretation skills over time with support from their clinical department.


Ty Dewi Sant
University Hospital of Wales
CF14 4XN

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