Dr Dan Rogers, University Hospitals of Leicester
over 2 years ago
I made this lecture during my elective this year as I was teaching at the Graduate Entry medical school. As i haad gone through the same process I knew that we didn't have much teaching in terms of a general introduction to radiology, especially abdominal radiology. Therefore with the help of my supervisor I delivered this lecture to a group of 50 students and recieved some very good feedback. The lecture also had a handout that students could fill in as we went along.
almost 6 years ago
This video is part of a playlist of short videos which are intended to combine multiple choice questions' answering experience with an improved understanding...
about 1 year ago
An introduction to the interpretation of chest X-rays, covering the basic principles of using X-rays in medical imaging, as well as the conventional X-ray vi...
almost 3 years ago
In this X-Ray you can see the faint outline of a very large AAA. It is important that you specifically look for this feature on an Abdominal X-Ray as this can be a potentially life threatening condition.
over 7 years ago
Geeky medics provides free medical revision notes crafted for medical students including OSCE guides, clinical skills videos and quizzes. Get your geek on!
about 3 years ago
This image shows the cardinal sign of a perforated abdominal viscus. There is air under the diaphragm indicating air within the peritoneal cavity which can occur from a perforated abdominal viscus, following a laparoscopic abdominal procedure (where air is pumped into the peritoneal cavity to improve the views) and after more obscure events such as vigorous waterskiing in a female. When this appearance is seen it should be treated as a surgical emergency until proved otherwise.
over 7 years ago
Pediatric Cardiology Teaching, Class, Lecture conducted by Dr Swati Garekar, Consultant Pediatric Cardiologist. The topic is - Basic Physics of Echocardiogra...
over 1 year ago