Dear friends, welcome to Caceres’ Corner. The objective of this post is to remember basic principles of chest imaging, with the emphasis on conventional radiography. Interpreting a chest radiograph is becoming a lost art and I would like to slow this tendency by reviewing the current approach to chest x-ray. mehr ...
Case Reports in Radiology is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes case reports in all areas of radiology. Case Reports in Radiology currently has an acceptance rate of 46%. Case Reports in Radiology is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes case reports in all areas of radiology.
EURORAD European Society of Radiology The idea to build an EAR teaching database was originally launched in 1995 by Prof. J. Struyven (ULB, Belgium). The aim was to implement a search tool for radiological documents already published on the internet. The EAR’s Internet Resource Locator was presented at ECR '97 and was intended to be a service to assist with the location and display of cases, educational material and works-in-progress produced by European radiologists.
In 1997, the EAR realised that a more comprehensive approach was needed in order to implement a structure that would parallel those of peer-reviewed journals. A new project team was built; the project was submitted to the European Commission and was funded within the TAP (Telematics Application Programme). more >>
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Journal of Radiology Case Reports This journal is dedicated to provide open-access, high-quality, peer-reviewed Radiology case reports and educational review articles. We encourage everybody to submit interesting Radiology cases or Radiology teaching related articles. Medical/surgical articles with emphasis on diagnostic imaging are also welcome. Blinded review of cases allows a fair and unbiased publication of Radiology case reports.
The "Journal of Radiology Case Reports" is a new kind of journals for Radiology case reports. The peer review and editorial process conforms to international standards of peer reviewed scientific journals. However there are significant differences: This journal is dedicated solely to Radiology case reports. Case reports are usually "neglected" by large or traditional journals, mainly due to competition with "higher value" articles (review, original research etc.) for valuable space in the hardcopy version of the journal. As a consequence, it becomes increasingly difficult to publish interesting casuistics in a peer-reviewed environment. This was one reason why this online journal was born - to give the opportunity to publish Radiology case reports. mehr >>
MyPacs.net is a free service offered to the international radiology community by McKesson Medical Imaging Group as a result of the McKesson acquisition of Vivalog LLC in May 2008. Our continued mission is to help clinicians share knowledge through the use of content management technology. This service was funded in part by a Small Business Innovative Research grant from the National Institute of Mental Health. We also offer Premium Teaching File Solutions. 28,789 cases. 174,533 images (12.Feb2015)
Radiology Case Reports is published by the University of Washington in the public interest. This journal provides a peer-reviewed open-access venue for publishing case reports that feature radiologic imaging.
Radiopaedia.org is a free educational radiology resource with one of the web's largest collections of radiology cases and reference articles. The mission is to create the best possible radiology reference and teaching site and make it available to everyone, for ever, for free. The best thing is that all we need to accomplish this is for you to share your expertise and a few of your precious moments with us. By pooling our collective knowledge and experience we can make a real difference in how people all over the world are imaged and diagnosed.
RadDaily.com is a radiology resource for medical students, technologists, radiology residents and radiologists. The purpose of the website is to provide users with a daily image with a brief desription. There are other websites that show daily cases which are much more involved and time intensive. The purpose of this site is to provide a single representative image of a disease process and a quick summary of the disease process. The perfect daily refresher to use while waiting for the next case to come or next series to load up in PACS during your busy workday.
radgray is a free basic resources portal for learning the radiology medical images for students practicians md phd include mri ct us ultrasound xray dictionary case of the day protocols radioscopy fluoroscopy. Comments or questions are welcome.
Center for Interactive Digital Education in Radiology On behalf of The Fundacion Santa Fe de Bogota Center for Interactive Digital Education in Radiology (FSFB-CIDER)* I welcome you to our Website. Our goal is to contribute to the understanding of pulmonary radiology. It is aimed at the medical community at large, and in particular at those junior members in training. The contents of all our Sections are based on the concept of Lifelong Learning. We are convinced that access to reliable medical knowledge should be freely available on the Internet. No fees will therefore be charged for entering any Section of this Website. The FSFB-CIDER is funded by the Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá and by private corporate or individual donors. The latter three are posted in the Benefactors Section of this Website. The FSFB-CIDER Website does not accept advertisements, nor does it share visitor information with third parties.
Prof. Alfonso Esguerra MD, FACCP
Editor in Chief FSFB|CIDER web
*CIDER is an integral part of FSFB, a private non profit Colombian organization.
MedPix® is a free online Medical Image Database, provided by the Departments of Radiology and Biomedical Informatics, Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, MD, USA. High quality and high-yield material. Most cases have a proven diagnosis (pathology, clinical followup); and, teaching file cases are peer-reviewed by an Editorial Panel.
The Radiology Assistant is an initiative of the radiologist Robin Smithuis for the Radiology Society of the Netherlands to provide up-to-date radiological education for radiology residents and radiologists. The Radiology Assistant is a non-profit organization. Our goal is to provide education in radiology and to help medical care in South East Asia. The free availability of this information reflects the commitment of the Radiology Assistant to provide knowledge to a wide audience. We focus on common clinical problems in which imaging plays a major role in the management of the patient. The subjects are presented by experts in the field.
DIAGNOLOGIC ist eine interaktive Bilddatenbank mit mehr als 100.000 Bildern und 2500 Diagnosen.
BONTETUMOR.ORG is the creation of Dr. Henry DeGroot III, M.D., F.A.A.O.S., and the bonetumor.org team. Henry DeGroot III, is the principal author and creator of this site. He has received valuable assistance from others over the years, as noted below. Dr. DeGroot is an Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery at the Tufts Medical School, as well as an Associate Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He teaches orthopaedics, orthopaedic oncology, and foot and ankle surgery.
CT CASES.NET is a website with personal work of various cat cases that may be used as a learning tool for specialists, students or even enthusiasts. The information available here comes from real life, everyday cases from the hard work of MD Aris Babis (Athens, Greece) and Dimitris Sioutis (Bologna, Italy).
COX.at Case of the Day, the Open Source X-Ray Gallery (COX)
Number of Cases: 1428 Amount of Pictures: 28112