radiopaedia:

Writing a useful report conclusion can be hard… Dr Gaillard to the rescue! See the Top 5 here: http://goo.gl/MVVkMX
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Writing a useful report conclusion can be hard… Dr Gaillard to the rescue! See the Top 5 here: http://goo.gl/MVVkMX

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radiopaedia:

This patient had a seizure when on a flight to Australia. Any ideas what caused it? ANSWER: http://goo.gl/STbWg

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Top 5 Chest X-ray Cheats for Beginners - equal parts wisdom and humor from Dr Andrew Dixon! READ HERE: http://goo.gl/Jw6yli

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regionstraumapro:

We use CT scanning in trauma care so much that we tend to take it (and its safety) for granted. I’ve written quite a bit about thoughtful use of radiographic studies to achieve a reasonable patient exposure to xrays. But another thing to think about is the use of IV contrast.

IV contrast is a…

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radiologysigns:

Can you spot the epic radiology FAIL in the design of this custom cast by Casttoo.com?

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Because radiology is artful - www.instagram.com/radiopaedia

radiologysigns:

X-ray themed fashion window at Christian Louboutin - London

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Radiology Signs - helping you to exercise both sides

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I have to say it is the most horrifying feeling to wake up in the middle of the night because of a text, to see that you have got 15 missed calls (including several messages) from a private number suggesting that the hospital has tried to call you in. That heart attack is NO fun indeed.
Especially when you realise through blurry eyes that you actually weren’t on call in the first place!