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COVID-19 education quiz (CT)

Playlist contributed by: Western Australian Radiology Training

Instructions

This playlist is made to help you appreciate the imaging spectrum of COVID-19 pneumonia and some of its mimics.

These are presented as blinded cases

Six out of twelve patients on this list have COVID-19

The other six are mimics.

Imaging findings of COVID-19 can be normal and can vary dependent on the stage of disease and the severity of disease amongst individuals. It can sometimes have a significant overlap with other conditions.

These cases are for people with pre-existing "normal" lungs. If the lungs are abnormal to begin with, the patterns can then be very different.

How to do quiz

  1. Get a piece of paper and scroll through each case and after each case write down from 1 to 12
    1. COVID-19 or not
    2. Possible alternative diagnosis (es)
    3. This is a guess only - don't worry whether if you get it right or not on the first round
    4. Then click Next at the bottom after case
  2. If you need to find the actual diagnosis
    1. Right-click on case ID on the bottom right (ideally on second round) and then open in a new window or new tab.
  3. Play through as many times as possible
  4. You can also open the radiopaedia COVID-19 article (edited by the hour) by right-clicking as new tab as refer "as and when needed" - This currently has close to 100 imaging-related accessible publications on the reference list (and growing by the day)

If still difficult to operate, follow this video instruction

Other background non-COVID readings

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Playlist information

rID: 26183
System: Chest, Oncology
Visibility: public

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