Interpreting Chest X-Rays with Dr Eric Strong

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 most important principles in medicine.

Dr Eric has 100+ useful and interactive medical education discussions, which provide a simple didactic and pragmatic approach to dealing with and understanding basic medical principles. Good examples include hyperkalaemia, hypokalaemia, hypernatraemia, hyponatraemia, and clinical topics such as cardiac heart sounds

Here is the 9 part series of Chest X-ray interpretation videos from Dr Eric Strong with 2 self-assessment videos

How to Interpret a Chest X-Ray

Lesson 1 – Introduction

Lesson 2 – A Systematic Method and Anatomy

Lesson 3 – Assessing Technical Quality

Lesson 4 – Airways, Bones, and Soft Tissues

Lesson 5 – Cardiac Silhouette and Mediastinum

Lesson 6 – Diaphragm and Pleura

Lesson 7 – Diffuse Lung Processes

Lesson 8 – Focal Lung Processes

Lesson 9 – Atelectasis, Lines, Tubes, Devices, and Surgeries

Lesson 10 – Self Assessment [Part I]

Lesson 11 – Self Assessment [Part II]

Further reading

Radiology Library

CT, X-ray, ultrasound

BA MA (Oxon) MBChB (Edin) FACEM FFSEM. Emergency physician, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.  Passion for rugby; medical history; medical education; and asynchronous learning #FOAMed evangelist. Co-founder and CTO of Life in the Fast lane | Eponyms | Books | Twitter |

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