LUMEN Radiology: The basic concepts of radiology are provided with accompanying images depicting specific issues and problems. Also included is an atlas of x-ray, CT, MRI, angiogram, and mammogram images.
- Radiology - Mechanisms of Human Disease: X-rays and other images depict the mechanisms of diseases.
- Neuroradiology Information: Medical student clerkship course material focuses on radiological views of normal scans of the brain and spinal cord in addition to the common appearances of certain pathologies.
- Head & Neck Cross Sections: Head and neck cross sections include an image, CT and MRI for comparisons.
CHORUS: Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology includes the Nervous System, the Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Gastrointestinal, Genitourinary, and Musculoskeletal Systems. (site was developed by using a peer review process). More than 1,100 documents describe diseases, findings, differential diagnoses and pertinent anatomy, pathology and physiology. The site was created for medical educators, physicians and medical students.
Neuroradiology Tutor: This online tutor provides a digital library and glossary of diagrams and neuroimaging. The library is divided into the areas of cross sectional anatomy, neuroantomy, vascular anatomy, and neurofunctional systems. (Note: In order to view the entire library, be certain to use the scroll down bars at the left and right.)
The Scottish Radiological Society Educational Resource: Clinical cases, multiple choice questions and other information are available at this United Kingdom site.
http://www.radiology.co.uk/quizzes/mcq.php (multiple choice questions)
Neuroradiology Teaching Files - University of Washington: Teaching files are organized by diagnosis and history.
AuntMinnie: A bank of references for radiology images and decisions--AuntMinnie provides a forum for radiologists to research and collaborate. Features the latest news and information about medical imaging.
University of Kansas Medical Center: A bank of radiological Images with age, sex and labeling.
How to read a chest x-ray: University of Virginia has a learning module created by several MDs.
How to read MRI: Several U-tube videos are available by Dr. Corenman, M.D. from neckandback.com.
Pediatric Radiology Digital Library: Common pediatric problems are illustrated, along with textbook information, anatomy atlases, and a wealth of other resources.
Pediatric Radiology Emergency Medicine Cases: 130 cases of pediatric emergency medicine cases which provide case examples of disorders, injuries, differences in various problems and copies of radiographs. The University of Hawaii has provided the option of downloadable cases or the cases can be accessed by clicking on the specific topic under the Index section.
Radiology Cases In Neonatology: Significant abnormalities are illustrated in these neonatal radiographs. The answers for each case can be found at the bottom of each radiograph.
The Whole Brain Atlas: The Harvard Medical School site includes a neuroimaging primer, normal brain images along with various disease images. The atlas project is made possible in part by the Departments of Radiology and Neurology at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, the Countway Library of Medicine, and the American Academy of Neurology.
Radiology Cases Case Manager: Thousands of cases are shared by a variety of radiologists, hospitals and educational institutions.
American College of Radiology: Provides some educational information.
Department of Radiology: