By Lieberman's iRadiology
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An invaluable learning tool for medical students and residents with little time to spare, iRadiology allows for quick review of classic radiology cases during rounds or clinical rotations. No internet connection required!
Lieberman's iRadiology Classics Collection is a compendium of over 500 unique images demonstrating the classic radiological findings of a multitude of abnormalities. Unlabeled images can be chosen from topics organized by organ system and pathological entity. Alternatively, the user may perform a keyword search to identify cases of interest. For each case, the student is able to zoom and scroll around the image in order to identify the relevant findings. Then, a heads-up display provides controls to show labels highlighting the diagnostic findings and a short 1-2 paragraph discussion of the findings.
Learn Radiology from the personal teaching collection of a renowned educator! Dr. Gillian Lieberman is the Director of Harvard Medical Student Education and an Associate Director of the Residency Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Her web-based teaching materials are utilized by countless medical schools around the world as an integral part of their medical student and resident education programs. Now you can access this phenomenal resource on the go, without an internet connection!
- Over 500 unique cases
- Browse unlabeled images by organ system and pathology
- Find relevant cases by keyword search
- Test your knowledge by finding the abnormality on unlabeled images
- Toggle image labels on and off
- Each case has a detailed description and discussion of the findings
- Images can be zoomed, panned, and rotated with standard iPhone gestures
- No mobile phone reception or wi-fi internet connection required
Definitely one of the most practical, informative medical apps I have. Here's what I like:
- Impressive breadth of images (best thing about this app)
- Images are well organized (organ system, pathology etc.), navigation is intuitive
- Being able to toggle "*"'s and labels allows one to look for the abnormality first before it's revealed
- "Discussion" further breaks down what you see and explains rad terms like air bronchograms
- Runs efficiently, has not crashed
- It's free!
- Reviewers have mentioned tutorial, I agree
- A quiz feature would be nice
- Double tap zoom
Overall, excellent app for anyone who regularly looks at medical imaging and wants to know what they're looking it
One of the best!
This app is incredible for learning. Especially since it's totally free (no irritating ads at all). I was in the ER with my preceptor and she couldn't believe the number of the images, ability to zoom in and helpful labels. This is a must have!
Excellent for all doctors
I am in internal medicine and I find this app invaluable when I have a few minutes in the day - or even when I have a specific question.