Items tagged “frcr”

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Osteopoikilosis

  Diagnosis certain
Roberto Schubert
Published 21 Jun 2011
94% complete
X-ray
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FRCR examination

The FRCR (Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists) examination is set by the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) in the UK. The RCR is the professional body for clinical radiology and clinical oncology. This article and the subsequent included links are related to the FRCR examination in cl...
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Final FRCR Part B examination

The Final FRCR Part B examination (colloquially known as the Part 2B exam) is the final part of the FRCR examination set by the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) in the United Kingdom. Passing the Final FRCR Part B examination entitles the candidate to become a Fellow of the Royal College of R...
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Final FRCR Part B rapid reporting

The Final FRCR Part B rapid reporting component of the Final FRCR Part B exam is the final part of the FRCR examination.  It aims to assess the candidate's ability to accurately detect abnormalities in the type of plain films usually seen in a standard reporting pile.  Thus, it generally consist...
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Pathology checklists

Pathology checklists are series of sometimes missed pathological entities possible to see on radiological studies. They are helpful when reporting a radiograph, ultrasound, or cross-sectional examination as a way to ensure that you fully review a film and don't fall foul of satisfaction of searc...
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Adult chest radiograph pathology checklist

The adult chest radiograph pathology checklist is just a pathology checklist of things not to miss when reviewing a chest radiograph, especially in the exam setting. standard review areas apices retrocardiac area hilar regions below the diaphragm right descending pulmonary artery (like a l...
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Non-accidental injuries

  Diagnosis certain
Augusto César Vieira Teixeira
Published 22 Jun 2013
90% complete
CT X-ray
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Von Hippel Lindau disease

  Diagnosis certain
Ian Bickle
Published 01 Jul 2014
95% complete
CT MRI Ultrasound
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Progressive massive fibrosis

  Diagnosis almost certain
Ian Bickle
Published 16 Jul 2014
79% complete
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Cleidocranial dysostosis

  Diagnosis certain
Sharifah Intan
Published 24 Sep 2014
75% complete
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Cutaneous neurofibromas in neurofibromatosis type 1

  Diagnosis certain
Francis Fortin
Published 06 Mar 2015
85% complete
X-ray
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Floating tooth: maxillary metastasis

  Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 11 Mar 2016
95% complete
CT X-ray
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Apical pneumothorax on cervical spine CT

  Diagnosis certain
Andrew Dixon
Published 23 May 2016
89% complete
CT
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Left lower lobe collapse

  Diagnosis certain
Ian Bickle
Published 30 Dec 2016
88% complete
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Thoracic neuroblastoma

  Diagnosis certain
Jane McEniery
Published 22 Apr 2020
95% complete
CT X-ray Nuclear medicine
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Knee radiograph (checklist)

The knee radiograph checklist is just one of the many pathology checklists that can be used when reporting to ensure that you always actively exclude pathology that is commonly missed; this is particularly helpful in the examination setting, e.g. the FRCR 2B rapid-reporting. Radiograph Knee ra...
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Pelvic radiograph (checklist)

The pelvic radiograph checklist is just one of the many pathology checklists that can be used when reporting to ensure that you always actively exclude pathology that is commonly missed; this is particularly helpful in the examination setting, e.g. the FRCR 2B rapid-reporting. Plain radiograph ...
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Shoulder radiograph (checklist)

The shoulder radiograph checklist is just one of the many pathology checklists that can be used when reporting to ensure that you always actively exclude pathology that is commonly missed; this is particularly helpful in the examination setting, e.g. the FRCR 2B rapid-reporting. Radiograph Sho...
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Cervical spine radiograph (checklist)

The cervical spine checklist is just one of the many pathology checklists that can be used when reporting to ensure that you always actively exclude pathology that is commonly missed; this is particularly helpful in the examination setting, e.g. the FRCR 2B rapid-reporting. Radiograph Although...
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Thoracic spine radiograph (checklist)

The thoracic spine checklist is just one of the many pathology checklists that can be used when reporting to ensure that you always actively exclude pathology that is commonly missed; this is particularly helpful in the examination setting, e.g. the FRCR 2B rapid-reporting. Radiograph These ra...

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