Radiology is nothing without images, so we have included images of various signs but to make the application light weight we have added a blue color hyper link below the sign, when you click on it you would be directed to Google image search which would search best image/s for you in the public domain.You can search any radiology sign from our database, set as favourite and store in favourite folder. You can read and share signs in offline mode, if you want to see the images you have to be in online mode.
Instead of sharing forwarded messages and jokes,you can share various radiology signs via social messaging/mobile platform and spread knowledge. It even has voice navigation, if you don't like it you can go to settings and check on "Mute all sounds" and uncheck "Show sign of the day in Notifications".
You can even keep Radiology sign as widget on your home screen, which would change randomly with time so that you can learn new sign everyday. For widget you have to move the app to phone memory. Our app preferentially installs by default to your sd card in order to save your phone memory.
If we have missed some sign it would be appreciated if you click on mail us with standard reference.
Radiology Flashcards are designed for radiology resident and fellow education. Physicians, residents, medical students, and anyone interested in pursuing a career in medical imaging will also find these apps useful.
Each version provides the user with up to 100 high quality interactive images including ultrasound, plain film, CT, and MRI. On the opposite side of the flashcard is the correct diagnosis followed by a brief fact that can be memorized.
Keep track of the items you missed, optimize your study time, and focus on high-yield clinically relevant concepts.
In collaboration with Hawki, Inc, makers of Radiology Flashcards for iOS.
This is the app for Radiology Tutor - www.radiologytutor.com.
Included are calculators such as adrenal washout calculators, RECIST 1.1, lung cancer TNM staging, pancreatic, renal, colon and rectal cancer TNM staging.
No text, explanations or annotations are provided. The intention is to aid those training in clinical radiology, surgery, medicine and anatomy to develop their 3D understanding of human anatomy. It is expected that students will use this app alongside the usual textbooks and atlases, as a dynamic and interactive method of viewing human anatomy.
We would be grateful to hear any feedback at RadRevision@gmail.com
**One new case each day. Presented at 25th European Congress of Radiology in Vienna (03.2013) and in Le Quotidien des JFR 2012 Paris.
The Medimaging Case application is strictly Educational, it is not intended for Diagnostic or Commercial purposes (free app, no ads), but simply for the pleasure of sharing interesting and educational imaging medical cases. You have an illustrative case on your screen, take a picture of it and share it instantly with other physicians and students worldwide.
It’s a sort of Radiology Tweeter.
This App is for radiologists, physicians, educators and students.
1. Tweet your case
The primary purpose of this app is to share your knowledge and experience with physicians and students worldwide by submitting an illustrative and informative medical imaging case.
2. Pocket Atlas
This app will also allow you to build a Pocket Atlas of the most frequent disease states and what they look like on radiographics, ultrasound, CT or MRI.
We all see new cases every day. So be part of it, submit your instructive case. The one you present today from Boston or Rio de Janeiro may tomorrow help a colleague in Paris or Singapore, and vice versa.
It will take you less than 30 sec to share it. All you need is your iPhone's photo function and an internet connection ( Wifi or 3G).
Tip: if you don’t have an internet connection in your CT or MRI environment, you can Save your Case in the usual Apple Photo Album and Send it later when you are connected again (clic again on "Submit your Case" and select the 3rd choice)
ONE restriction. For copyright reasons, don't take any pictures from a book, magazine, poster, conference presentation or any kind of medium which doesn't belong to you.
By submitting your contribution to Medimaging Case you certify that no copyright exists on the contribution or that you own copyright on the material being submitted. Only YOUR own case can be sent to us, the case you are studying in your office, on your screen, right now.
All pictures and commentary you send to Medimaging Case become copyright free.
This Pocket Atlas will grow with your help. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with all of us.
Test your radiology knowledge with a selection of 50 real clinical cases (this lite version contains a small sample of just 5 cases). All types of imaging are included but there is a strong focus on plain x-rays and CT.
Each case consists of one high quality radiological image, a 'Best of 5' question (where you can select the most appropriate diagnosis for the case from the 5 available options) and an answer page with important image findings and some background information about the correct
This app is useful for anyone who needs a better understanding of general radiology but is particularly
aimed at medical students. You will learn to 'Spot Diagnose' a host of classical medical presentations as
seen in radiology. This is knowledge that clinical staff in many areas of medicine need and use on a daily basis and will also help to prepare you for exams.
As you work through the cases, your score is automatically calculated to give you some idea of well how you are doing.
The SPOT Dx series of apps are designed to help you, the healthcare professional, develop skills
for making a quick assessment of clinical data and to arrive at the appropriate diagnosis without delay!
Look out for other SPOT Dx releases coming soon, visit our webpage at: www.knightmair.co.uk
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This is the free Lite version of "Interactive CT and MRI Anatomy".
The function is restricted.
You can only see the transverse CT images of the head.
Please check the operation before purchasing the full version.
★ Details ★
This application is developed for medical students, interns, residents, doctors, nurses, and radiology technicians to understand the essential anatomical terms of the body.
You can learn anatomy by answering the terms by step-to-step questions using a total of 241 CT and MRI images.
A total of 17 images of 3D-CT, MRA and plain X-ray film(particularly the extremities) are included as references.
Other reference images include coronary artery segments defined by the American Heart Association(AHA), pulmonary segments, and liver segments(according to Couinaud classification).
You can enlarge all the images by simple manipulation.
★ Major functions ★
There are 4 major functions.
-1) Anatomical mode
Anatomical terms are overlaid on the images.
It can be used as the anatomical atlas.
-2) Quiz mode type 1
You select the part of the image by using anatomical term.
Questions will basically appear randomly.
-3) Quiz mode type 2
You select the anatomical term by the part of the image.
Questions will basically appear randomly.
You can find the specific images by using anatomical terms.
★ Intended users ★
-Interns and residents
-All those who are intrested in CT and MRI anatomy
★ Images(a total of 258 images) ★
Images basically include horizontal, coronal, and sagital planes.
-Head(36 images including CTA and 3D-CT)
-Spine(19 images including plain X-ray films)
-Chest(61 images including 3D-CT images)
-Abdomen (37 images)
-Pelves: male (9 images)
-Pelvis: female (11 images)
-Extremities (shoulder, hand, elbow, hip joint, knee, foot) (61 images including plain X-ray films)
Toshiaki Nitori, M.D. (Professor of Radiology, Kyorin University, School of Medicine)
Yasuo Sasaki, M.D. (Manager of diagnostic radiology, Iwate Prefectural Central Hospital)
Heart and Pericardium
Larynx and Laryngopharynx
Ankle Joint and Foot Movements
Bursae and the Popliteal Fossa
Principles of Movements at Joints in the Upper Limb
Knee and Unhappy Triad Syndrome
THE AUTHOR: Robert Whitaker has spent his clinical career as a paediatric urological surgeon. Since retiring 20 years ago he now teaches clinically applied topographical anatomy to first-year medical students at Cambridge University, in the UK. He also teaches clinically applied anatomy to surgical, radiological and other speciality trainees and is a former examiner for the MRCS at the English and Edinburgh Colleges of Surgeons.
NOTE This app is large so make sure you have space on your device.
The Mayo Clinic Radiology mobile application allows you to browse through presentation, speaker and exhibitor information from select Mayo Clinic Radiology meetings.
Presentation slides are also available for many of the sessions. You can draw and highlight directly on the slides using your finger, and you can take notes adjacent each slide. All your notes are saved online for you so you can access them later through your online personal summary.
A randomized multiple choice quiz which tests the doctor's knowledge of different relationships from the Medical Imaging Ontology, RadLex.
Relationship from RadLex that have been used:
anatomical_site, blood supply of, branch of, constitutional part of, contained in , contains, drains into, has blood supply, has branch, has constitutional part, has innervation source, has member, lymphatic drainage of, member of, projects from, projects to, receives drainage from, receives input from, receives projection from, related condition, related modality, segment of, sends output to.
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Hemos realizado una pequeña colección de las radiografías básicas presentes en los actuales exámenes de radiología en medicina, fisioterapia y enfermería.
Sabemos que faltan muchas pero hemos puesto las que más se han repetido en los exámenes que hemos revisado.
The RadioGraphics application includes the ability to view current and past full-text articles with high resolution images, bookmark articles for future viewing, search by author, title and article content, take SA-CME tests, and share content through social media tools.
RadioGraphics, a bimonthly journal devoted to continuing medical education in radiology, is owned and published by the Radiological Society of North America. The primary mission of RadioGraphics is to publish the best in peer-reviewed educational material, emphasizing that presented at the Annual Meeting of the RSNA, for radiologists, trainees, physicists and radiologic technologists.
We hope you enjoy your experience using the RadioGraphics application. To provide feedback or for support contact firstname.lastname@example.org.