Chest radiographs are the most common type of imaging exams you'll encounter as a doctor or medical student. All medical practitioners should understand chest X-ray techniques, as well as how to describe findings and abnormalities in the heart, lungs, bones, and breasts. They should also be able to describe and identify common imaging appearances of pulmonary edema and pneumonia, along with the difference between a diagnostic and screening mammogram and what BIRADS categories mean. This base of knowledge will prove extremely useful to medical practitioners in nearly any specialty in the future.
The explanations are good and are easier to understand, I love lecturio teachings. The tutors make it a point to give detailed explanations in the easiest forms possible with illustrations where possible. Thank you lecturio or I should thank the tutor specifically for making my learning easier
A fantastic suite of mini lectures that focus on the essentials. Clear, succinct and to the point, with practice examples.
Every little bit of confusion that I had with approaching a radiograph was cleared up by this course!
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