Any good resources for radiology for RadOnc residents?

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  1. Gfunk6

    Gfunk6 And to think . . . I hesitated
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    I'm interested in a book/program/website/source that provides a nice introductory overview of Radiology for the Radiation Oncologist. Anyone heard of anything like that?

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  3. Wallachia

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    i would think any basic radiographical anatomy sites would be useful;
    saw on emergency med thread good websites:link
     
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    If you are looking for an intro text, Squire's Fundamentals of Radiology is pretty good. Easy to read and breaks down how most studies are performed, with a touch of interventional stuff at the end. I think I paid like $70 for it off amazon.
     
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    I'm not a resident, but I have had several residents recommend learningradiology.com.
     

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