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    For each field, Radiology.expert has chosen a selection of modules for you. You can therefore specifically prepare radiological aspects for each medical speciality.

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    Abdominal X-ray
    Abdominal X-ray

    Learn all there is to learn about the abdominal X-ray. Despite the fact that the CT has taken over a lot, this examination certainly still has clinical value in certain situations. Some knowledge about the abdominal X-ray is therefore essential.

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    Abdominal ultrasound
    Abdominal ultrasound

    Are those ultrasound images always still a big mystery to you? Read this module to get familiar with the frequent pathology you can encounter during an ultrasound examination of the abdomen.

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    Bone tumours
    Bone tumours

    Feel more confident in the future when encountering an osseous lesion on x-ray examination; in this module we will give you an easy checklist on how to evaluate and described an osseous lesion, so you can make a beter (differential) diagnosis.

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    CT abdomen general
    CT abdomen general

    The perfect way to get acquainted with the CT scan of the abdomen! Learn the basics (different types of contrast examinations) and read about examples of common abdominal pathology.

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    CT brain hemorrhage
    CT brain hemorrhage

    Learn about different types of intracerebral hemorrhage you can encounter on a CT scan of the brain. Herewith the basic brain anatomy is being discussed.

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    CT sinus
    CT sinus

    An important item within the field of otolaryngology; learn the basics of the CT sinus examination. Key topics are ostiomeatale complex, concha bullosa and sinusitis.

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    Chest X-ray
    Chest X-ray

    An chest X-ray is one of the most frequently performed radiological examinations and it is therefore good to have some knowledge about how it should be assessed.

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    Chest X-ray ICU
    Chest X-ray ICU

    Chest X-rays examinations of intensive care patients can be challenging. This module contains extra depth to the general module about the chest X-ray examination.

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    Chest X-ray child
    Chest X-ray child

    Learn everything about the chest X-ray of a neonate/child; get to know the differences compared to a chest X-ray of an adult.

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    Fracture general principles
    Fracture general principles

    Read all about the different types of fractures and how they should be described. This is an important module that forms the basis for assessing all types of X-rays.

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    Indication and Requests for Radiological Examination
    Indication and Requests for Radiological Examination

    Important questions such as WHICH radiological examination is most suitable? and WHAT information should I write down on an application form? These items will be discussed in this module.

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    Interventional Radiology - The Stroke Patient
    Interventional Radiology - The Stroke Patient

    UNDER CONSTRUCTION Discover the essential role of interventional radiologists in the management of stroke patients. This module offers comprehensive insights into the thrombectomy treatment, but also offers a clear overview of key aspects surrounding the stroke patient, including CT angiography and CT perfusion.

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    Ionizing Radiation
    Ionizing Radiation

    What do you know about the dangers of (ionizing) radiation caused radiological examinations? This module contains practical information about ionizing radiation produced by X-ray and CT examinations.

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    MRI Lumbar Spine
    MRI Lumbar Spine

    This module is packed with practical information and visually stunning images. The perfect way to learn about the MRI of the lumbar spine!

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    MRI Technique
    MRI Technique

    Learn the basics of MRI. Don't worry! This difficult subject is presented in an understandable and accessible way.

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    Nuclear Medicine
    Nuclear Medicine

    What is nuclear medicine exactly and what is it used for? Read everything about the underlying physics and the most common performed nuclear medicine examinations.

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    Scrotal ultrasound
    Scrotal ultrasound

    Read everything about what the ultrasound scrotal examination has to offer; from diagnosing something relatively harmless (such as hydrocele) to an emergency indication such as torsio testis.

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    Free Ultrasound Technique
    Ultrasound Technique

    How is an ultrasound image created? And what are the possibilities and limitations? Read all about the basic technique of ultrasound examinations.

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    Vascular Intervention
    Vascular Intervention

    Get acquainted with the interventional radiologist and learn more about the minimal invasive procedures/treatments in acute and chronic vascular pathology.

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    X-Ankle
    X-Ankle

    Learn the basic principles about the ankle X-ray examination; a frequently conducted examination and mainly used for identifying fractures and evaluation of patients with chronic ankle pain.

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    X-Elbow
    X-Elbow

    An X-ray of the elbow is a frequently conducted examination and is mainly used for diagnosing a fracture. Some of the key topics are radial head fracture, supracondylar humeral fracture, anterior/posterior fat pad and elbow luxation.

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    X-Hand
    X-Hand

    Learn the basic principles about the wrist X-hand examination; a frequently conducted examination and mainly used for identifying fractures and evaluation of patients with chronic pain of the fingers.

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    Free X-Hip
    X-Hip

    An hip X-ray examination can be used both in cases of suspected acute pathology (in particular fracture) and chronic pathology (including osteoarthritis).

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    X-Knee
    X-Knee

    Learn the basic principles about the knee X-ray examination; the topics range from acute pathology (in particular fracture) to chronic pathology (including osteoarthritis).

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    X-Shoulder
    X-Shoulder

    A great way to rehearse your knowledge on shoulder anatomy and get acquainted with the common pathology you may encounter on the X-shoulder examination.

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    X-Wrist
    X-Wrist

    Learn the basic principles about the wrist X-ray examination; a frequently conducted examination and mainly used for identifying fractures and evaluation of patients with chronic wrist pain.

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    X-ray/CT Technique
    X-ray/CT Technique

    Read all about the basics of the X-ray and CT technique. Topics such as X-ray densities, Hounsfield Units and contrast media are discussed.

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