Look Here for Radiology Resources!

Below you’ll find a list of resources that may be helpful during your Diagnostic Imaging journey.

Written Exams:

BeFocused is a free study timer application for the iPhone. It gives you a study and a break timer and can help identify wasted time and aid in learning to focus intensely.

Khan Academy: They have a free application and videos on various topics.  The Medical Section allows you to focus on the advanced topics such as cardiovascular with fetal development vasculature and endocrinology.

AzurVet on YouTube:  Cross sectional anatomy video of the head with labels of formina.

Physics:

Bob Grossman on YouTube:  Casual, but surprisingly helpful mini lectures

RSNA Physics Modules:  Free for residents if you sign up for RSNA. They also have books.

MRI Physics:

Various youtube videos including ones from these  sources:

Books:

Sonography Principles and Instruments by Frederik W. Kremkau PhD : This book  has great questions at the end of each chapter and at the end of the book.

The Essential Physics of Medical Imaging by Bushberg, Seibert, Leidholdt and Boone  

Review of Radiologic Physics by Walter Huda MD : This book has great practice questions. We received feedback that practice questions in  both the new and old editions somewhat different, should you seek more practice.

Christensens Physics of Diagnostic Radiology (Curry et al).  Older publication but has nice prose and is a pleasure to read as a basis for other learning.

MRI in Practice by Westbrook,Talbot and Roth

Diagnostic MRI in Dogs and Cats- Edited by Wilfried Mai

For Cardiology Study:

Veterinary Echocardiography by June A. Boon, MS

Anatomy Basic:  As a very basic reference to rattle off important anatomy.
http://vetmed.illinois.edu/courses/imaging_anatomy/ 

Anatomy CT: Excellent cross-sectional anatomy reference for CT
https://www.imaios.com/en/vet-Anatomy

Anatomy MRI: Excellent cross-sectional anatomy reference for MRI of the canine brain with histology/pathology images side by side.   http://vanat.cvm.umn.edu/mriBrainAtlas/

Miller’s anatomy of the dog book by Evans and de Lahunta

vet-Anatomy Application 

Mobile Applications:

Headspace is a meditation application you could explore, especially for the time immediately prior to oral boards. They offer a free trial.

Flashcards + by Chegg : this is a flashcard application for Iphone. This application allows you to create your own decks of virtual flashcards and you can download categories powered by Quizlet.com such as Math & Science (Chemistry, Health Sciences, Life Sciences, Physics)

Additional Books: 

• Handbook of Small Animal Radiology and Ultrasound  Good for differential diagnoses with lists.

• Robertson & Thrall Normal Variants Atlas

Textbook of Veterinary Diagnostic Radiology by Donald Thrall

Veterinary Computed Tomography by Tobias Schwarz, Jimmy Sanders
(helpful to look at all the pictures)

Atlas of Small Animal CT and MRI by Allison Zwingenberger and Erik Wisner
(helpful to look at all the pictures)

Websites and Blogs: 

IEVS (International E-Learning Veterinary School)

ACVR videos on Vimeo

Veterinary Radiology  (They have a Facebook page as well)

Animal Insides Radiologist (Limited to Residents and Board Certified Radiologists Only)

AAVDI: What’s Your Diagnosis?

Small Animal Ultrasonography

Aunt Minnie

Pomodoro Study Technique and Timer App.

VetMeet

Vet Talks on You Tube

Follow VetCT on LinkedIN for cases posted under in their “It’s Your Case” Series.

NCSU US cases on YouTube: Use to perform a self-test for classic cases

View Resident Resources on the ACVR website:

Obi Veterinary Education – Complete RACE – approved CE

Diagnostic Mindset– Resources and professional materials related to diagnostic imaging.

Equine Resources:

International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology

Equine focused webinars on IMV Imaging Summer School

Platinum Performance Equine Webinar Series

Facebook Pages & Groups:

Vet-Rad

Veterinary Imaging Consultations

Veterinary Ultrasound Society of the ACVR (Request Access)

Rounds:

Virtual Rounds hosted by IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants.

ACVR’s Rounds in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (RIVDI) 

If you’d like to add to the list, send your resources to angela-skidmore@idexx.com.

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