waterski232002

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Anyone have any suggestions for good radiology websites to look up as a reference on reading plain films. One that has good resolution x-rays where you can actually see the pathology and has normal x-rays to compare them to?
 

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waterski232002 said:
Anyone have any suggestions for good radiology websites to look up as a reference on reading plain films. One that has good resolution x-rays where you can actually see the pathology and has normal x-rays to compare them to?


I remember a thread about good radiology sites for students a while back... I bookmarked this site but havent gotten a chance to really use. It was recommended heavily though.


http://www.empacs.org/enter/index.html
 

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waterski232002 said:
Anyone have any suggestions for good radiology websites to look up as a reference on reading plain films. One that has good resolution x-rays where you can actually see the pathology and has normal x-rays to compare them to?
http://www.medicalstudent.com/ scroll down to the radiology links and there are a bunch of tutorials, etc. Lots of other good resources on this website also.
 
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hmm for normal ones I like to go to www.netanatomy.com

the radiographic anatomy is where I go, but the cross sectional is ok just to buff up on anatomy.

it breaks it down into CT/MRIs/Xrays and also gives a good pictorial/quiz stuff, where you just scroll over and it tells you what it is.


for abnormal I think I just look for random images on uptodate or google image search.
 

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waterski232002 said:
Anyone have any suggestions for good radiology websites to look up as a reference on reading plain films. One that has good resolution x-rays where you can actually see the pathology and has normal x-rays to compare them to?


This thread has so many useful sites it should be linked to in one of the stickies. :cool:
 

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www.auntminnie.com

go to the "education" tab, then you can see some awesome cases, with quizzes/explanations of the imaging.
 
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