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Fluoro pics?

Discussion in 'Pain Medicine' started by knoxdoc, Jul 27, 2006.

  1. knoxdoc

    knoxdoc New Member
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    Does anyone know of any websites providing teaching files with abundant fluoro pics to help newbies learn the anatomy?
     
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  3. algosdoc

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    I am teaching a cadaver course this weekend...I will try to save a series of pics and begin labeling the structures at different angles.
     
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    Hi! Have u done that? If yes, can I also assess the pictures, as I am also in the learning phase of my carrer in pain medicine!
     
  5. SleepIsGood

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    Are you guys Pain Fellowship trained Attendings? Didnt you have to know fluro anatomy?
     
  6. Mister Mxyzptlk

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    I have heard about portable aggregations of fluoro pictures that do not even require an Internet connection. They do not require any electricity or a special reader so I'm not quite sure how they work. They have "pages" but not actual web pages. According to what I have heard they are multimedia presentations with both text and pictures. I believe they are called "books".
     
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    Tough crowd :D
     
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    books are expensive =(

    internet can often be free.
     
  9. lovebailey2001

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    I know the 'flouro anatomy', but is it not good to relearn it form the perspective of someone as experienced as Algos?

    and more over I thought that this is a forum for sharing of knowledge. may be I was wrong!
     
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    It would be better to get in a car and drive to the Algos Research Facility in IN. Bring your own pig spine.
     
  11. Mister Mxyzptlk

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    I don't have time to make the Haj, so several times a day I point my c-arm at Columbus, IN and say a prayer.
     
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    you medshool/ residency library should have free books to check out. I know does, I checked out two or three different books over the time period in residency that were excellent resources prior to starting the rotation...
     

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