Radiology Interpretation Review Courses

Radiology Review for Acute Care, Primary Care & Pediatrics

Physicians, mid-level providers, and ARRT diplomates can improve their radiology interpretation skills with Med-Challenger. Review acute care, primary care, and pediatric radiographic imaging cases including CTs, MRIs, X-ray Cases and Radiology Review Questions.


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Acute Care Radiology Skills Review

Acute Care Radiology


Acute Care Radiology Skills Review, Med-Challenger Acute Care Radiology, Complete Review

  • Recognize typical radiographic examples of disorders in abdominal, pelvic, genitourinary, chest, as well as extremity cases and more.
  • Identify specific patient presentations with radiographs and diagnose disorders in abdominal, pelvic, genitourinary, chest, as well as extremity abnormalities and more
  • Peer-reviewed revisions by board-certified experts keeps content fresh
  • Media banks featuring high-resolution images and more for reference and teaching applications
  • Adaptive learning and other smart utilities built-in

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Acute Care Radiology Question Topics

Acute Care Radiology Skills Review Table of Contents
Introduction & Approach to Reading Chest Radiographs
Bowel Wall Thickening: Ischemic, Infectious, or Inflammatory
Branching Air Patterns within the Biliary System
Diaphragmatic Hernia
Displacement Phenomena and Mass Effects on Abdominal Images
Free Air in the Abdominal Cavity – Pneumoperitoneum
Ileus and Bowel Obstruction
Important Radiographic Findings on Periphery of Film, “Cornershots”
Injuries to the Spleen and Hemoperitoneum
Vascular and Non-Vascular Calcifications Found on Abdominal Imaging
Introduction to CNS Imaging
Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM)
Cerebral Edema
Cerebral Infarction
CNS Infection, Cerebritis vs Abscess
Extra-Axial Low Density Fluid Collection
Hydrocephalus
Intraparenchymal Contusion/Hematoma: Traumatic vs Spontaneous
Mass Lesions of the Brain
Neuroimaging in the AIDS Patient
Skull Fractures
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Subdural vs Epidural Hemorrhage
Introduction to Cervical Spine Imaging
Epidural Fluid Collection: Abscess vs Hematoma
Epiglottitis and Other Soft Tissue Infections
Evaluation of Foreign Bodies vs. Anatomical Variants
Evaluation of the Atlanto-Occipital Relationship
Evaluation of the Lower Cervical Spine
Evaluation of the Pediatric Cervical Spine X-ray
Evaluation of the Pediatric Prevertebral Soft Tissue Space (PVSTS)
Evaluation of the Prevertebral Soft Tissue Space (PVSTS)
Evaluation of the Subglottic Airway
Evaluation of the Upper Cervical Spine
Fractures of the Odontoid
Soft Tissue of the Neck
Unilateral and Bilateral Facet Dislocation
Diaphragmatic Abnormalities & Injuries
Miscellaneous Chest Cases
Sternal Fractures
Air in the Joints and Soft Tissues
Ankle Fractures
Destructive Bone Lesions
Imaging of the Knee
Shoulder
Traumatic Injuries to the Elbow
Traumatic Injuries to the Distal Forearm/Wrist
Fractures of the Facial Bones
Soft Tissue Changes on Facial Images
Degenerative, Congenital, and Neoplastic Lumbar Disease
Infection Involving the Vertebra or Disc Spaces
Lumbar and Sacral Fractures
Presentation of Myelopathies versus Radiculopathies
Congestive Heart Failure
Focal Densities, Infiltrates, and Atelectasis
Homogeneous Densities
Multiple and Diffuse Lung Densities
Pulmonary Contusions
Pulmonary Embolism
Esophageal Rupture
Hemomediastinum
Hiatal Hernia
Pneumomediastinum, Pneumopericardium and Subcutaneous Emphysema
Thoracic Aortic Dissection
Traumatic Aortic Disruptions
Introduction to Imaging of the Pelvis: Detection of Subtle Fractures and Joint Effusions
Acetabular Fractures
Bladder Disruption
Hip Dislocations
Major Pelvic Disruptions
Perivesical Hematomas
Renal Calculi Imaging
Renal Parenchymal/Retroperitoneal Injuries
Slipped Femoral Capital Epiphysis and Adolescent Hip Injuries
Urethral Disruptions
Airway Leaks and Pneumothoraces
Pleural Effusions and Hemothoraces
Med-Challenger Acute Care Radiology

Pediatric Radiology Skills Review

Pediatric Radiology


Pediatric Radiology, Med-Challenger Pediatric Radiology, Complete Review

  • Recognize and describe radiographic features in pediatric x-ray abnormalities in areas such as the abdominal, chest, head, neck and more.
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  • Adaptive learning and other smart utilities built-in

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Pediatric Radiology Question Topics

Pediatric Radiology Skills Review Table of Contents
Abdominal Foreign Bodies
Acute Inflammatory Conditions I, II
Differentiating Ileus and Obstruction
Intussusception, Pyloric Stenosis, and Malrotation
Miscellaneous Abdominal Cases
Chest Radiograph Cases – Set 1
Chest Radiograph Cases – Set 2
Chest Radiograph Cases – Set 3
Chest Radiograph Cases – Set 4
Chest Radiograph Cases – Set 5
Neonatal Chest Radiographs – Set 6
Lower Extremity Cases I, II, III, IV
Upper Extremity Cases I, II, III
Child Abuse (Non-Accidental Trauma) I, II
Brain Abscess
Infant Skull Fractures
Intracranial Hemorrhage
Intracranial Hypertension
Neurocysticercosis
Orbital Abnormalities
Stroke
Airway Management
Bony Abnormalities of the Neck I, II, III
Soft Tissue Abnormalities of the Neck
Med-Challenger Pediatric Radiology

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