Radiopaedia's Radiology Review Course consists of over 12 hours of live recorded video lectures and 120 review questions spanning seven different radiology subspecialties (see topics and speakers). The content is pitched at general radiologists and radiology residents/registrars, but is likely to be of interest to other health professionals depending on experience level. English captions are provided.
REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
All the lectures can now be found as part of our Lecture Collections. If you have access to the original course then login to view the content.
Neuroradiology 2hr 33min
- intracranial enhancement
- pituitary region
- diffusion weighted imaging
- perivascular cysts and their mimics
- spinal cord & coverings
- deep neck spaces with focus on parotid lesions
- cystic neck lesions
- lymph node levels
- schwannoma & paraganglioma
- orbital pathology
Musculoskeletal 1hr 38min
- intervertebral disc herniation
- crystal diseases
- meniscal tears
- osteochondrosis, osteonecrosis, osteopenia
- apophysitis, tendinopathy, enthesitis
Chest Imaging 1hr 25min
- pulmonary nodule patterns
- chronic consolidation
- lower zone fibrosis
- upper zone fibrosis
- air trapping
- pulmonary cavities
- lung cysts
Abdominal Imaging 1hr 42min
- small bowel obstruction & ischemia
- incidental adrenal lesions
- imaging assessment of pancreatic cancer resectability
- abdominal tuberculosis
- rectal cancer
- neonatal chest x-ray
- pediatric bone lesions
- failure to pass meconium
- non-accidental injury
Obstetrics & Gynecology 1hr 33min
- early pregnancy location and viability
- fetal growth and Dopplers
- abnormal uterine bleeding
- deep infiltrating endometriosis
- twin pregnancy
- uterine variants
- ovarian/adnexal torsion
Video Quizzes 53min
- Paired case quiz
- The Room vs Frank Gaillard
- Jaw lesions quiz
- The Room vs UK Speakers
All videos are now available for online viewing and can be watched immediately after registration payment is received. A bonus video on 'spinal cord and coverings' by A/Prof. Frank Gaillard from our Neuroradiology Update Course is also available now. Videos are not able to be downloaded for offline use.
Dr. Andrew Dixon is a Consultant Radiologist and a Director of Radiology Training at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. He has subspecialty expertise in musculoskeletal imaging and neuroradiology. He previously gained private musculoskeletal radiology experience working alongside A.Prof David Connell at Imaging at Olympic Park. He is an internationally recognized educator contributing to courses including Radiopaedia's Trauma Radiology Course, Emergency Radiology Course and Medical Imaging Anatomy Course. His research interest is in the use of technology in radiology, including deep learning and social media.
Associate Professor Frank Gaillard is the Founder and Editor in Chief of Radiopaedia.org, which he began in December 2005. He is also a neuroradiologist and Director of Research in the University of Melbourne Department of Radiology of the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Australia. In addition to his work as a clinical radiologist, he has active research interests in neurodegenerative diseases, imaging of CNS tumors and computer-aided MRI interpretation.
Dr. Jan Gerstenmaier is a Consultant Radiologist at Alfred Health in Melbourne, Australia. He graduated from the University of Glasgow, United Kingdom. Prior to his radiology training, he worked as a resident in the UK and Australia. He completed his radiology specialist training at St Vincent's University Hospital in Dublin, Ireland. Subsequently, he was a fellow in abdominal imaging at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He is a fellow of the Faculty of Radiologists at RCSI, Ireland; the Royal College of Radiologists (UK); and the Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Radiologists. His interests are hepatobiliary and adrenal imaging, and liver tumor ablation.
Dr. Jeremy Jones is a Consultant Pediatric Radiologist at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh, UK and an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh. He has subspecialty interests in pediatric neuro and pediatric musculoskeletal imaging. He is Theme Lead for Imaging for MBChB at Edinburgh Medical School and is involved in post-graduate radiology training and lead for pediatric imaging training. He has an interest in IT and sits on the national PACS Governance board for Scotland as well as Chairing the PACS Clinical Advisory Group.
Dr. Yuan Ling is a Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist at Imaging at Olympic Park and the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. He has a particular clinical and research interest in sports imaging and soft-tissue injuries. He is a musculoskeletal examiner for the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists.
Dr. Vikas Shah is a Consultant Radiologist at the University Hospitals of Leicester. He has taught abdominal and emergency imaging at several national and international courses, including the Radiopaedia Emergency Abdominal Imaging course. He has a particular passion for delivering radiology education using social media and new technology. Outside of work, Vikas is kept busy by his young children and is slowly mastering the art of Lego!
Dr. Miranda Siemienowicz originally trained as a Radiologist at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. She went on to complete a Thoracic Imaging Fellowship at the Toronto General Hospital in Canada, the world pioneering center for single and double lung transplant. She is now based at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, the largest lung transplant hospital in the southern hemisphere, and also works privately with Medical Imaging Australia. She has multiple thoracic imaging publications, including in interstitial lung disease and transthoracic needle biopsy of the lung.
Dr. Alexandra Stanislavsky is a Consultant Radiologist with Monash Health and Monash BreastScreen. After graduating from Melbourne University in 2004, she completed her radiology training and an MRI Fellowship at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. Alexandra undertook further fellowships in women's imaging at the Royal Women's Hospital and in breast imaging with BreastScreen. She is passionate about teaching and has enjoyed ongoing editorial involvement with Radiopaedia.org since 2010. She is an Associate Editor for the Australian Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine (AJUM).