• Fun Facts

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    Australians are exposed to 2 millisieverts of 'background' radiation per year
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    A CT of the chest can be roughly equivalent to having 100 single chest X-rays
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    15x Melbourne → Singapore → London flights exposes you to 1 millisievert
  • Diagnostic X-rays

    A diagnostic X-ray is the oldest and most common medical radiology procedure. Radiologists use X-rays to help diagnose disease or injury inside your body. A machine directs a small, carefully calculated amount of radiation toward a specific part of the body to produce an image on a film on the other side of the body. Radiologists study the X-ray images to detect and diagnose disease or injury.

  • CT dosage

    Computed Tomography (CT) is currently one of the major contributors to the collective population radiation dose due to the increasing popularity of CT examinations as a non-invasive diagnostic tool. The evolution of CT scanner technology has turned their use from specialized into routine examination. More due diligence is required due to the high radiation dose of CT.

  • Where to from here?

    It is of the utmost importance that both clinical justification as well as technical optimization are implemented to maintain a high benefit to risk ratio. Solid interdisciplinary partnerships and research endeavours between clinical specialists and technology engineers will help to fast track developments in this area.

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The Laboratory for Dynamic Imaging is located on Level 3 of the New Horizons centre (Building 82) at Monash University's Clayton Campus.

Monash University Clayton campus map:

Download a printable map of Monash University's Clayton campus.

How to get to here:

Monash University Clayton Campus is located on the corner of Wellington Road and Princes Highway (Melways map ref. 70 G10), 20km from Melbourne CBD, and is easily accessible by car or train and bus.

By car:

Monash University Clayton Campus is reachable by road along Princes Highway (also called Dandeonong Road), or via Citylink (tolled) and the Monash Freeway, or via Eastlink (tolled) then taking the Monash Freeway interchange towards the city.

By public transport:

Travel on any of the Dandenong, Cranbourne and Pakenham train lines to Huntingdale Station. There are frequent express buses from Huntingdale Station to Monash University Clayton.

For more information, please refer to the Monash University Clayton campus page.


Parking:

A parking permit or pre-paid ticket parking is required during business hours on all business days during semester.

For details, please refer to the Monash University Transport and Parking page.

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