Chest X-Rays (CXR) are routine investigation in clinical practice and consequently it is important for medical students and clinician’s alike to know how to interpret them. There are many approaches to CXR interpretation, each trying to ensure that key abnormalities are identified and no area is overlooked.
Robert Kienböck (1871-1953) was an Austrian radiologist and pioneer in radiotherapy. Eponymously associated with Kienböck's disease - avascular necrosis of the lunate bone
Tom Bentley Throckmorton (1885 – 1961) was an American neurologist. Eponym: Throckmorton sign (John Thomas sign) where Penis Points to Pathology on X-ray
Dr Eric Strong is Clinical Assistant Professor at the Stanford University School of Medicine and has created a YouTube Education Channel with a variety of well thought out, well paced, information rich, free lectures which deal with some of the…
Rick Abbott gives us his take on the good, the bad and the ugly of the different emergency radiology services he's encountered in Tasmania and the United States.