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Any radiology resources out there that are REALLY high-yield?
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The only radiology that you will be looking at is the brain scans.

USMLE Roadmap- Neuroscience

is the best by far IMHO for scans. It labels everything so all you have to do is save and print them.

this book is the best by far for neuro.
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Btw, any radiology resources out there that are REALLY high-yield?

peewee is right about neuro....

here are some of the multimedia websites that I use when i'm sick and tired of looking at books.

MRIs
http://www.mritutor.org/mriteach/index.html

Radiology tutorial by a Harvard physician
http://eradiology.bidmc.harvard.edu/...tivetutorials/

Atlas of the Brain by Harvard Med
http://www.med.harvard.edu/AANLIB/home.html

CT files (but there are a lot of THEM) I'd pick and choose in these!
http://www.ctisus.org/tf/indextf.html

Interactive Heart sounds from University of washington (I know you didn't ask for them, but I thought hey i'd add this in here)
http://depts.washington.edu/physdx/heart/demo.html

Hope all of these help!
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