This is a 15 minute discussion of cross sectional anatomy of the abdomen and pelvis on CT. Abnormal findings are discussed.
This is a 26min discussion of chest CT anatomy and findings in a pt with lung cancer
A board-certified radiologist discusses five patients with kidney and bladder pathology: Chronic UPJ obstruction, bladder stone, pyelonephritis, bladder cancer, and crossed-fused renal ectopia. Less than 24 minutes long.
This is a fairly detailed discussion of chest CT anatomy, including lung and mediastinal anatomy. This includes basic cardiac anatomy and the anatomy of the great vessels.
This is a review of a CT chest for pulmonary embolism. This is designed to assist health care personnel to understand the approach to interpreting CT PE/pulmonary embolism studies. The discussion is provided by a board certified U.S. radiologist. There is an emphasis on cross-sectional anatomy and anatomic relationships in multiple planes.
An brief discussion of pelvic ultrasound findings in a patient with ovarian torsion. Also review of key structures, and emphasis on approach to analysis of findings.
This is an 8-minute discussion of cross-sectional imaging anatomy on unenhanced CT Abdomen and Pelvis for basic ANATOMY part 1
This is a discussion of a CT abdomen of a patient with diverticulitis. This is intended to be helpful to practicing radiologists, radiology residents, medical students,Radiologist Assistants, physician assistants,nurses and nurse practitioners, and anyone interested in medicine, anatomy,or cross-sectional medical imaging. Emphasis is on cross-sectional anatomy and anatomic relationships in multiple planes. Discussion is by a U.S. radiologist
Remarkable but sad case of cancer in a young patient. Cross sectional anatomy of abdomen also discussed.
Pulmonary Embolism CT Discussion.mp4