Interpreting X-Rays 01

 

 

An introduction to plain X-ray interpretation

with emphasis on self-testing.


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Approximate file size: 10Mb

The course describes a method of interrogating any X-Ray, and commenting on the findings. The emphasis is on the 'art' of interpretation rather than an exact diagnosis. Following the description of the method there is a self-test with an X-ray to interpret followed by the answer. Finally there is a glossary of all the films for revision.

This is the first in a series of courses. Future courses will include contrast examinations and advanced imaging such as CT and Ultrasound. As courses are released each will add new examinations and include revision cases. The series will be ideal for junior doctors preparing for postgraduate examinations but also for all medical students and for other health professionals who have an interest in interpreting radiographic images.

Logo.mov
QuickTime video format [1.4 MB]
X-Ray.exe
Windows program file [13.3 MB]

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