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'The Unofficial Guide to Radiology '
2014 by Dr Mark Rodrigues and Dr Zeshan Qureshi ISBN 9780957149946
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From the same series as The Unofficial Guide to Passing OSCEs, The Unofficial Guide to Radiology is designed to be a useful learning resource for medical students, junior and hospital doctors, nurse practitioners and radiology trainees. The chest, abdominal and musculoskeletal X-ray chapters contain step-by-step approaches to interpreting and presenting X-rays. Each of these chapters then covers 20 common and important X-ray cases/diagnoses, which a junior doctor should be able to confidently identify. The content is in line with The Royal College of Radiologists' Undergraduate Radiology Curriculum 2012, making it up to date and relevant to today's students and junior doctors.
Swansea Radiology Teaching Site - A radiology resource which includes case histories, tutorials for medical students, a film library and self assessment tests
medquarterly.net - An interactive radiology/anatomy program created by one of the authors of the Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy, Professor Peter Abrahams.
Radiopedia - Radiopaedia contains numerous cases submitted by radiology registrars and is an excellent quick-reference website.
The Society of Radiologists in Training - The society is a non-profit making organisation, run by radiology trainees specifically to promote radiology training and education in the UK
Radiology Masterclass - The website contains a large volume of free to access educational material suitable for UK-based medical undergraduates.
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