My Lightbulb Moments: a new radiological anatomy video series available free on the RCR Learning Hub

A series of 45 short videos on radiological anatomy. This bitesize content is available as a free resource for clinical radiology trainees via the RCR Learning Hub, authored and presented by expert clinical radiologists practising throughout the UK.

Each video is approximately 5 minutes with footage including detailed illustrations and examples, and can be accessed online or via the app, allowing you to further your learning at a time that is convenient for you.

The ‘My Lightbulb Moments’ series is relevant for:

  • Clinical radiology trainees, to support and prepare trainees approaching their FRCR anatomy examination, with the aim of increasing overall anatomical knowledge
  • Clinical radiology consultants who will find this educational resource beneficial to support their practice and provide a refresher on complex anatomy.

Recently added modules include:

  • Circumaortic left renal vein
  • Elbow fat pads
  • ENT/Head and neck
  • Fissures and segmental bronchi
  • Lobes, fissures and bronchopulmonary segments
  • Navigating abdominal CT – part 1
  • Navigating abdominal CT: Upper abdomen – part 2
  • Paranasal sinus anatomy and normal variants
  • Pathology of the appendix
  • Penis anatomy

Access is free on the RCR Learning Hub via an active RCR web account, but you are not required to be a member of The Royal College of Radiologists. Look out for further videos to be added in Spring 2023 as we expand and develop the current subject areas and offering.

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What learners have said about this series

’Excellent presentations!’

’A wonderful description of the anatomy with illustration using all the relevant imaging modalities’

’Great talk simplified’

’Very clear and concise’

’Nice simple review of the anatomy’

Developed by

Dr John Curtis, Consultant radiologist

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