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Radiology Education

Radiology Education

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  • Category: Education
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    Everybody who is interested in Radiology education is welcomed. Included is education covering medical school, residency and beyond clinical practice. Share your experience, tell us your ideas, find partners and much more...
    Enjoy also several educational features from our affiliated Radiology Boards preparation program www.RadiologyBoards.org - for free!

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    Category: Education Created: Friday, 13 March 2009 Group Admin: Radiolopolis Team, Roland Talanow Description:

    Everybody who is interested in Radiology education is welcomed. Included is education covering medical school, residency and beyond clinical practice. Share your experience, tell us your ideas, find partners and much more...
    Enjoy also several educational features from our affiliated Radiology Boards preparation program www.RadiologyBoards.org - for free!

  • Hugo Wiedemann and 9 others joined the group Radiology Education

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    Radiolopolis Tip!

    Don't miss the "Teaching point"!
    Professor Radiolopolis thought you might like to know:
    In cooperation with the PubMed indexed Journal of Radiology Case Reports, Radiolopolis another educational feature: "Teaching point of the day". Don't miss it and check the activity stream every morning around 7 AM (EST)! The "Teaching Point" is provided from selected articles published in our affiliated Journal of Radiology Case Reports. The Journal of Radiology Case Reports is the worldwide first Radiology journal which provides the articles in unique, interactive modes that simulate the work at your viewing station (with scroll, window/level, zoom and other features).

    BTW: Collect points by inviting friends or just simply building connections!

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  • hend elsafty and 3 others have liked Radiology Education Groups
  • Hi I'm planning to write exams part2 in the 6-7months and could use whatever material I can get on rapid reporting and long cases for the exams. Can some one help please.
    3 years ago
    IQBAL SIDDI GANIE Thanks for the links . I will use this:)
    3 years ago

  • RadSnap for Radiolopolis is finally out! RadSnap makes it baby-easy to take quick snapshots directly from your workstation and send them as cases to Radiolopolis for either teaching or to ask...
    5 years ago

Everybody who is interested in Radiology education is welcomed. Included is education covering medical school, residency and beyond clinical practice. Share your experience, tell us your ideas, find partners and much more...
Enjoy also several educational features from our affiliated Radiology Boards preparation program www.RadiologyBoards.org - for free!

Category
Education
Created
Friday, 13 March 2009
Group Admin
Radiolopolis Team, Roland Talanow

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