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hello everybody,
this is my first post here.. and im not sure sure if it's even the right place to be posting,

my question is... what to do with the radiology and bones x-rays in kaplan lecture notes?
as in to know them well incase they bring an image of something broken or fractured in the exam?
i didnt start my clinical part of medicine yet, with one year left for the basic part to end...

any help would be much appreciated, thanks in advance
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KLN Covers everything you need to know in terms of NORMAL Xray images. In terms of Radiology, I've seen from people that CT's are far more important than Xrays!
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Do you know of any good Radiology Atlas? I heard it helps out as well. However I wasn't able to find any further info on it.
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Do you know of any good Radiology Atlas? I heard it helps out as well. However I wasn't able to find any further info on it.

I'll look for an atlas and update u soon, hopefully
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Try this youtube videos:

Normal CT scan abdomen


Normal CT scan chest


Chest x ray


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Oh wow. Thanks. Very helpful links.
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Try this youtube videos:

Normal CT scan abdomen


Normal CT scan chest


Chest x ray


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bebix.. this forum sure will miss ur contributions! thank you <3
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you can check out Images for the boards or Rapid review of radiology books.Hope it helps.Otherwise just google.
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