The RadioGraphics mobile application allows immediate access to full-text Ahead of Print and current articles published in the RadioGraphics journal for RSNA members and subscribers with personal and institutional subscriptions. Non-subscribers can access all abstracts free of charge.

The RadioGraphics application includes the ability to view current and past full-text articles with high resolution images, bookmark articles for future viewing, search by author, title and article content, take SA-CME tests, and share content through social media tools. 

RadioGraphics, a bimonthly journal devoted to continuing medical education in radiology, is owned and published by the Radiological Society of North America. The primary mission of RadioGraphics is to publish the best in peer-reviewed educational material, emphasizing that presented at the Annual Meeting of the RSNA, for radiologists, trainees, physicists and radiologic technologists.

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What's New

Version 2.4

- Bookmark all articles in an issue at once
- Banner notifications when new content is available

Ratings and Reviews



This app really needs some serious upgrade. Aside from its constant crashes, the search engine is deficient, the way to read articles, downloading pdfs, reading pdfs and access to issues are all terrible.

Poor design


The app is stuck in the old paradigm of issue-based reading and fails to take advantage of basic strengths of computers. It assumes readers have only 1 way of reading RG and forces them into that 1 way.

Let's say I want to check out what MSK articles they have. I have to select an issue then click on MSK, then get out of the issue, select another issue, and repeat. This is exacerbated by the fact that the app only loads a limited number of issues, so getting older issues requires waiting for that issue to load. Honestly, it's faster to grab a paper issue from the shelf and thumb through to find your articles.

The CME tests are a pain too. You can't take them inside the app. The app launches the browser, then you click through a bunch of times to get to the test.

It does do a good job of delivering ads, so 1 star for that.


Eric rad guy

App crashes frequently. Only the four most recent articles show up in the menu, even after loading older articles. The most recently viewed article does not persist between toggled apps; you need to find the article again every time. There is no option to view recently viewed articles. You cannot take tests within the app. On the plus side, the articles are displayed in a reasonably good format.


35.1 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
Unrestricted Web Access
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
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