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A selection of excellent radiology books, websites and apps for medical students


Recommended radiology textbooks

A selection of excellent radiology books for medical students.


1. Chest X-rays for Medical Students
Christopher Clarke, Anthony Dux

Chest X-rays for Medical Students

Offers students, junior doctors, trainee radiologists and nurses a solid understanding of the basics of chest radiology.  Follow on Facebook for free mock exam questions and answers.  More information and example pages.

 

2. Abdominal X-rays for Medical Students
Christopher Clarke, Anthony Dux

Abdominal X-rays for Medical Students

A comprehensive guide to reading, presenting and interpreting abdominal radiographs.  Clearly illustrated using a unique colour overlay system.  Essential reading for any medical student.  Follow on Facebook for free mock exam questions and answers.  More information and example pages.

 

3. Radiology Basics: Cross-sectional Imaging
Melisa Sia, Vikas Shah

Radiology Basics: Cross-sectional Imaging

A free interactive e-learning resource for iOS devices, with scrollable image stacks and illustrated examples of common pathologies.  Modalities covered include CT, MRI and Ultrasound.  The information is targeted at a medical student/junior doctor level.  Please note that this is only available on Apple iOS devices.

 

4. The Unofficial Guide to Radiology
Mark Rodrigues, Zeshan Qureshi

The Unofficial Guide to Radiology

Systematic approaches to chest, abdominal and orthopaedic X-ray interpretation. Designed to be a useful learning resource for medical students, junior and hospital doctors, nurse practitioners and radiology trainees.

 

Radiology revision websites

A selection of excellent radiology revision websites for medical students.

 

1. Radiology Masterclass
www.radiologymasterclass.co.uk

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Radiology Masterclass provides online radiology teaching for UK Medical Students and Junior Doctors. The educational material covers the undergraduate medical imaging curriculum as specified by the Royal College of Radiologists.

 

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