This is a case of pyloric stenosis in an infant, with abnormal findings demonstrated by ultrasound, discussed by a radiologist.
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.
10 minute discussion of a CT showing typical findings of diverticulitis with abscess.
Very brief discussion of two chest radiographs (CXRs) on the same patient, one normal, the other with pulmonary vascular congestion.
Discussion of a CT abdomen performed on a 60yo male with lymphoma. Emphasis is on cross-sectional anatomy. 8 minutes
This is 10 minute discussion which will enable you to easily distinguish frontal lobe from parietal lobe on CT Head, and thereby allow you to clearly identify precentral cortex of the frontal lobe (motor cortex) and postcentral gyrus of parietal lobe (sensory cortex of the parietal lobe). It requires only recognizing the cingulate sulcus at the top of the brain, which is easy because it looks like a moustache!
This is a discussion of ultrasoundi findings in an nfant with pyloric stenosis, discussed by a radiologist.
This is a discussion of a CT abdomen in a patient Crohn disease with lower abdominal pain.
This is a discussion by a radiologist of a case of PE (pulmonary embolus) demonstrated by CT. The case also illustrates the ability in some cases to detect PE even when IV contrast opacification of the pulmonary arteries is poor.
This is a 4 minute discussion of a CT showing a classic renal cyst, with review of associated renal and renal arterial anatomy.