Great iPhone app radiopaedia

Radiology is a massive subject and preparation for post graduate fellowship exams can often be overwhelming for many. Time can become a limited commodity. These unique Radiology Teaching Files allow you to fit in as much study as possible in the the small (and otherwise useless) chunks of time that crop up here and there. Twenty minutes on the train, 5 minutes in line at the check out, 10 minutes with a cup of coffee in the staff cafeteria. They all add up. At the end of it, you have more time to do the things you want.

There are currently 6 volumes available in both LITE and FULL versions. These are :

Volume 1 : Brain
list of topics : beware : spoiler alert !
full version currently has 70 cases : find it in iTunes
lite version contains 10 cases : find it in iTunes
Volume 2 : Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary
list of topics : beware : spoiler alert !
full version currently has 70 cases : find it in iTunes
lite version contains 10 cases : find it in iTunes
Volume 3 : Musculoskeletal
list of topics : beware : spoiler alert !
full version currently has 60 cases : find it in iTunes
lite version contains 10 cases : find it in iTunes
Volume 4 : Paediatrics
list of topics : beware : spoiler alert !
full version currently has 50 cases : find it in iTunes
lite version contains 10 cases : find it in iTunes
Volume 5 : Chest
list of topics : beware : spoiler alert !
full version currently has 50 cases : find it in iTunes
lite version contains 10 cases : find it in iTunes
Volume 6 : Head and Neck
list of topics : beware : spoiler alert !
full version currently has 50 cases : find it in iTunes
lite version contains 10 cases : find it in iTunes
We are working hard to bring you the seventh volume in the series, which will tackle the genitourinary system.

To get you started, each volume comes as a LITE (free) version, comprising 10 quality cases to give you a flavour of what to expect from the FULL version.

Cases are complete with images, diagrams, questions and answers, and a detailed discussion of each individual topic to enhance your learning. There are also links to other online topics and cases.

Collaboration
All the cases featured in the Radiology Teaching Files are contributed by folk just like you. Not only that, but all the articles are also written by Radiopaedia’s ever-growing community.

As the leading and fastest growing collaborative radiology resource, Radiopaedia.org is interested sharing your knowledge, experience and expertise, and welcomes your input.

If you would like to know more about the Teaching Files, or becoming involved in Radiopaedia.org, please contact us at general@radiopaedia.org

FAQ
Why not free ?
So you may ask yourself why are these not free; after-all the rest of the site is free?

Well the answer is simple: we too need to pay the bills. The income we receive from our sponsors and from these teaching files go toward the upkeep of the existing site and development of new features and products.

Will the online version continue to be free ?
Absolutely. That is the whole mission of Radiopaedia.org – to provide free access to a great radiology resource. We are able to do this by having fantastic sponsors.

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