Regardless of specialty, chest radiographs are the most commonly encountered imaging exams that you'll ever see as a doctor or medical student. This course will teach you about chest x-ray techniques and how to describe findings and abnormalities in the heart, lungs, bones and breasts.
Learn about the common imaging appearance of pulmonary edema and pneumonia. You will also learn the difference between a diagnostic and screening mammogram and what BIRADS categories mean.
Dr. Hetal Verma, Clinical Instructor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Co-Director of the Radiology Cambridge Integrated Clerkship, instructs the class. Her expertise and teaching will ensure that you are able to confidently read any chest x-ray you are given.
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Every little bit of confusion that I had with approaching a radiograph was cleared up by this course!
it is clear fast and understandable.like it a lot
It is good for a first pass , but to go more in depth it would be very useful to have more pathological images and pointing out the abnormalities or even what the normal structures are , as to familiarize the student with a 360 approach
Concepts are explained concisely and the review questions aid in consolidating the various topics covered