by Hetal Verma, MD

Radiology is essential knowledge for Step 2 and shelf exams after your clinical rotations.

The topic will be reviewed by the expert Dr. Hetal Verma, a Clinical Instructor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Co-Director of the Radiology Cambridge Integrated Clerkship.

Deepen your knowledge of diagnosing and treating diseases using medical imaging techniques, radiation safety and effects of radiation on the human body.

Introduction to Imaging
Thoracic Radiology
Abdominal Radiology
Musculoskeletal Radiology
Pediatric Radiology

Solve clinical vignettes for USMLE Step 2 or your NBME Shelf exam and raise your test scores with the help of our exploratory videos now!

Course Details

  • Videos 86
  • Duration 8:35 h
  • Quiz questions 84
  • Articles 0


Your Educators of course Radiology

 Hetal Verma, MD

Hetal Verma, MD

Hetal Verma has extensive experience practicing in the field of radiology. She is currently a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School. Hetal has been in practice for over 10 years and has been teaching medical students and residents throughout that time. She has also been invited as a speaker at multiple teaching conferences for other physicians, technologists and the community. Hetal has a passion for teaching and is enthusiastic about teaching others about radiology.

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Magnificent lecturer . Very clear
By Mohammed s. on 19. August 2017 for Introduction to Imaging

Very good Invasive radilogy section could be added,biopsy ,abscess drainage,vascular, More than one question for each quiz section would be better

Very Well Done
By raymond h. on 18. August 2017 for Thoracic Radiology

Well presented, systematic, clear and concise. I would recommend it to others

Spinal imaging
By Mariet G. on 02. August 2017 for Non-Traumatic Abnormalities of the Spine

All the needed information in a nutshell. To assess for spinal pathology "the Winking owl sign" can also be added. It is usually a sign of bone metastasis.

To the point!
By Vivian D. on 02. August 2017 for Introduction to Imaging

Radiology can be challenging and overwhelming for a medical student. First and second year, radiology is mostly overlooked. However, it is very necessary for the third year on a daily basis. Dr. Verma delivered an easy to understand and concise introduction to the course.

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