The brand new Radiopaedia app is now available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Just search for radiopaedia or visit this link: http://j.mp/radiopaedia-app
The new app supersedes these older teaching files, which will eventually be removed from the app store (but not your device if you have already purchased a copy).
Whether it is an hour long sit down study session or 5 minutes in the cafeteria, Radiopaedia.org's Radiology Teaching Files are the perfect companion to all students of radiology.
Radiopaedia.org is a free radiology resource written by and for the global radiology community. We provide these Radiology Teaching Files to further your learning, help in preparation for board exams, and as a quick reference. You can squeeze in learning in a few spare minutes no matter where you are.
This volume has been completely remastered for the iPad. It contains 70 cases. The first 60 are the same as the iPhone version, in many instances however additional images have been included.
Each case can have multiple stacks, each with up to 25 images, resulting in the over 700 images in total. Additionally each image is presented in high resolution, to take advantage of the iPad (768 x 911px compared to the iPhone's 320 x 372px).
Cases in each volume are complete with images, diagrams, questions and answers, and a detailed discussion of each individual topic.
A new section has been added called "Additional online cases" where selected relevant cases from Radiopaedia.org are linked to directly. This volume contains links to a further 73 online cases, giving you in many cases the opportunity to see multiple examples of a condition.
As the leading and fastest growing collaborative radiology resource, Radiopaedia.org is interested sharing your knowledge and experience and welcomes your input.
If you would like to know more about becoming involved in Radiopaedia.org or the teaching files presented here, please contact us at email@example.com.
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- Minor bug fixes
- Added notification about new Radiopaedia app
Note: The new Radiopaedia app is now available and supersedes this app.