Over 8 hours of on-demand video
Online radiology-based anatomy course featuring over 8 hours of live recorded expert video teaching by radiologists Dr Craig Hacking and Dr Andrew Dixon with English subtitles and a course certificate.
All course modules are designed to emphasize important imaging anatomy for health professionals with particular focus given to cross-sectional anatomy and anatomical variants (see course topics). Includes access to cases, slides, illustrations, labeled quizzes and multiple choice questions.
3 Months Access
Online access to all course content for 3 months
12 Months Access
Online access to all course content for 12 months
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- Ventricles & cisterns
- Craniocervical vessels
- Skull base & face
- Lungs & diaphragm
- Retroperitoneum & renal tract
- Peritoneal compartment
- Pelvis & abdominopelvic vessels
- Neck spaces & larynx
- Upper limb (recorded 2016)
- Lower limb (recorded 2016)
- Finale quiz
- Over 25 labeled anatomy quizzes
- Over 150 multiple choice questions
- Access to presenter cases and slides
- Access to illustrations and annotated cases
- Bonus videos: anatomic position, types of joints
Who should register?
Ideal for any health professionals and students, particularly those approaching an examination in anatomy and those who work in roles where medical imaging knowledge is important.
- consultants, registrars, residents, interns
- radiology and surgical trainees and prospective trainees
- medical students, anatomy students
- radiographers, physiotherapists, paramedics, nurses
Radiopaedia is proud to be able to provide this online course for free in 125 low and middle-income countries. We'd like to thank those in paid countries for helping to make this possible.
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Dr Craig Hacking (@drcraighacking) is a radiologist at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital with a special interest in trauma and emergency radiology. He is the current anatomy editor at Radiopaedia.org and has been involved in teaching and examining anatomy to undergraduates, medical students, surgeons and radiologists for over a decade. Craig is on the executive committee for the Australian and New Zealand Emergency Radiology Society (ANZERG) and has spoken at the Annual Conference of Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists.
Dr Andrew Dixon (@DrAndrewDixon) is a radiologist and co-Director of Radiology Training at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. He is recognized both locally and internationally as an engaging radiology educator. In addition to his academic director role with Radiopaedia.org, Andrew has founded the Radiology Channel on YouTube and the Radiology Signs social media project.