Tutorials in Radiology
Copyright 2004 Gillian Lieberman, MD all rights reserved.
These tutorials teach medical students and residents basic and more advanced Radiologic imaging including CT, US, MRI and Nuclear Medicine. Anatomy, the current menu of Radiologic tests utilized, a detailed approach to evaluating images, and the typical Radiologic presentation of common abnormalities are emphasized. The tutorials are voiced over and the answers to questions are formally tracked so that the user can assess his or her own progress. To view related teaching materials, please see eradiology.harvard.bidmc.edu.

The Abdomen
  1. The Abdominal Plain Film [Sound] 90 minutes
  2. The Tubular GI Tract: Esophagus [Sound] 80 minutes
  3. The Tubular GI Tract: The Stomach and Duodenum [Sound] 75 minutes
  4. The Tubular GI Tract: Small and Large Bowel [Sound] 100 minutes
  5. The Gallbladder & Biliary Tract [Sound] 90 minutes
  6. The Kidneys & Ureters [Sound] 110 minutes
  7. The Liver [Sound] 95 minutes
  8. The Pancreas [Sound] 75 minutes
  9. The Spleen [Sound] 75 minutes

The Chest
  1. Systematic Approach to Evaluating Chest X-Rays [Sound] 75 minutes
  2. Chest Infection: Part 1 [Sound] 50 minutes
  3. Chest Infection: Part 2 [Sound] 60 minutes
  4. Lobar Consolidation and Lobar Collapse: Tutorial and Quiz [Sound] 35 minutes
  5. Aberrant Air in the Chest [Sound] 55 minutes
  6. Mediastinum: Part 1 [Sound] 60 minutes
  7. Mediastinum: Part 2 [Sound] 75 minutes

  1. Systematic Approach to Evaluating Musculoskeletal Images [Sound] 75 minutes
  2. Arthritis: Part 1 [Sound] 90 minutes
  3. Arthritis: Part 2 [Sound] 60 minutes

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