Radical Radiologist (Beta)

Radical Radiologist (Beta)


***AS FEATURED AT AUR 2013 IN LOS ANGELES AND RSNA 2012 MOBILE CONNECT IN CHICAGO***

New version includes interventional radiology topics such as chemoembolization and ablation!

Competitive radiology learning can now occur anywhere! This application provides a native, portable and competitive platform.

We offer the following sample applications:
-Genitourinary
-Hepatic masses
-Neuroradiology
-Pediatric musculoskeletal
-NEW: Interventional radiology

These concepts are easily demonstrated using this technology. This application represents a proof of concept constructed by Zachary Bercu, MD, Vivek Patil, MD, and Dairon Garcia, MD and was featured at RSNA 2012.

The neuroscience literature is rife with studies of the association between emotional arousal and memory, which is apparent during Socratic-method case conferences in residency programs. Novel technology can channel this concept more effectively. Prior novel learning modalities require fixed computers or individuals to be in the same room. With merely a mobile device and this application, one can stay updated about the latest radiology concepts.

***Please note that this application is not intended for use in diagnosis and should not be used for clinical diagnosis in the healthcare setting.***

Recent changes:
RECENT SERVER ISSUES APPEAR RESOLVED WITH THE LATEST VERSION.

Given the upgrade, we ask our previous users to create a new account.

Recent changes:
-Updated server side software.
-NEW INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY SECTION
-No more prefetching images!
-Should work on any Android device!
-New music.

Known issues:
-Formatting on tablets and HD devices.
-Limited question set.
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3.4
User ratings
15
Installs
1,000+
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File size
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About Radical Radiologist (Beta)
***AS FEATURED AT AUR 2013 IN LOS ANGELES AND RSNA 2012 MOBILE CONNECT IN CHICAGO***

New version includes interventional radiology topics such as chemoembolization and ablation!

Competitive radiology learning can now occur anywhere! This application provides a native, portable and competitive platform.

We offer the following sample applications:
-Genitourinary
-Hepatic masses
-Neuroradiology
-Pediatric musculoskeletal
-NEW: Interventional radiology

These concepts are easily demonstrated using this technology. This application represents a proof of concept constructed by Zachary Bercu, MD, Vivek Patil, MD, and Dairon Garcia, MD and was featured at RSNA 2012.

The neuroscience literature is rife with studies of the association between emotional arousal and memory, which is apparent during Socratic-method case conferences in residency programs. Novel technology can channel this concept more effectively. Prior novel learning modalities require fixed computers or individuals to be in the same room. With merely a mobile device and this application, one can stay updated about the latest radiology concepts.

***Please note that this application is not intended for use in diagnosis and should not be used for clinical diagnosis in the healthcare setting.***

Recent changes:
RECENT SERVER ISSUES APPEAR RESOLVED WITH THE LATEST VERSION.

Given the upgrade, we ask our previous users to create a new account.

Recent changes:
-Updated server side software.
-NEW INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY SECTION
-No more prefetching images!
-Should work on any Android device!
-New music.

Known issues:
-Formatting on tablets and HD devices.
-Limited question set.

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A Google User
Jul 31, 2014
Doesn't work
A Google User
Jul 4, 2013
May Nice
A Google User
Apr 11, 2013
Broken Dunno if I'm the only one, but since the update it no longer works on my phone. Thanks for the effort though. Great work considering it's for free
A Google User
Apr 11, 2013
Broken Dunno if I'm the only one, but since the update it no longer works on my phone. Thanks for the effort though. Great work considering it's for free
A Google User
Apr 10, 2013
Neat! Educational on a specialty level, and free too. Nice UI, like the music selection too.