There is a very good site called Radiopaedia which is provided for educational use by medical professionals. In the tradition of ‘Open Science’ the Wikipedia reference on Radiopaedia describes it as a
‘non-profit-making wiki-based international collaborative radiology educational web resource containing reference articles, radiology images, and patient cases‘
while the home page of Radiopaedia describes it as
‘one of the web’s largest collection of radiology cases and reference articles‘
‘To develop the most comprehensive online resource where information is up to date and relevant to the needs of the radiology community, and to provide that information for free‘
In the Encyclopedia section there are useful mnemonics as well as sections on the Central Nervous System and Anatomy. The images load quickly and the site has an effective design. There is a lot of very good educational material on this site which continues to grow in popularity.
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