Useful web resources for case based learning:
They have over 3000 cases and a free app to browse in between reporting sessions.
They are neatly arranged according to case number, body part but unfortunately there is no method to view ‘new’ cases or record those you have already viewed.
You are also able to search a particular diagnosis after which you can click ‘next’ at the bottom and view multiple examples of the same diagnosis in succession. Excellent for revision purposes.
Whilst limited in the number of images it presents information in a tabulated form based on modality, anatomy allowing the reader to hover over images to view giving a brief description for each. Useful for both learning and quick revision whilst reporting.
Each pathology is given its own row and each different modalities are listed in columns allowing the reader to scan across from left to right to compare USS / CT / MRI appearances.
It requires flash player and therefore maybe limited on hospital trust pc’s (although you can sneakily download the flash file to your mobile phone or laptop – contact the EBH radiology webmaster for more info).
Headneckbrainspine is highly recommended anatomy resource which shows you multiplanar CT and MRI slices allowing you to scroll through images whilst toggling on and off the bone/soft tissue components etc.