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Radiology books for medical students and residents

My approach to reading X-rays and CT scans have improved over the years, but that nagging feeling of not knowing enough still surfaces whenever I pull up a scan. Medical students don’t get enough exposure to imaging during medical school, and residents are expected to read and interpret radiographic images from day 1. Below are some radiology books to help you learn the basics if you feel behind.

You can click on any of the links to read reviews. I will add more to this list as time permits.

Learning Radiology: Recognizing the Basics: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access

Radiology Secrets: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access

Applied Radiological Anatomy for Medical Students
Crash Course (US): Imaging: with STUDENT CONSULT Access
Case Studies in Medical Imaging: Radiology for Students and Trainees
Clinical Radiology for Medical Students
Radiology and Imaging For Medical Students
The Radiology Survival Guide: for Students and Junior Doctors
Imaging for Students
The Medical Student’s Guide to the Plain Chest Film
Exercises on Chest Film Analysis: A Basic Chest Radiology Handbook for Students and Residents

Pediatric Radiology: An Introduction for Medical Students, Residents, and Pediatric Health Care Providers

Other searches:

“Diagnostic Imaging”;  “radiology” on Listmania; etc.


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