Interpret Medical Images with Ease
Human anatomy applied on reading of X-Rays, CT, and MR images of the thorax, abdomen, pelvis, vertebral column, and limbs.
Updated on Nov, 2023
Language - English
Duration -3 hours
To recognize the pathology on X-Ray, CT, or MR images, we need to know how to read the normal image first. This course is designed to help you to apply your knowledge of normal human anatomy to the interpretation of medical images and to build your confidence in this field.
Together, we will look through the X-Rays, CT, and MR images of the thorax, abdomen, pelvis, vertebral column, and upper and lower limbs, and identify the body structures, muscles, vessels, and organs on the axial, sagittal, and coronal planes. You will review the anatomy of the heart and lungs, organs of GIT, and the organs of the male and female reproductive system; will repeat the joints of the upper and lower limb and review the clinically relevant muscles and tendons working on them; additionally, we will review the great vessels of the thorax, abdomen, and pelvis and learn how to differentiate them.
You’ll find several excises and learning materials for self-learning and self-assessment which will help you to build and strengthen this component of applied anatomy.
At the end of the course, you will be able to identify the normal anatomical structures on various medical images and differentiate the imaging modalities with ease. And you’ll build a strong foundation for your exams and future clinical practice.
Who this course is for:
- Medical students completed the human anatomy course
- Medical students preparing to USMLE and other medical exams
- Radiology fellows eager to repeat the normal anatomy applied on images
What will you learn in this course:
Recognize and differentiate the normal anatomical structures depicted on X-Rays, CTs and MR images of the thorax, abdomen, pelvis, limbs, and vertebral column.
Apply your anatomical knowledge to radiology and appreciate 3D relations between the organs and structures.
Build a strong foundation for interpretation of medical images: you need to know the normal appearance of the structures to recognize the pathology.
Grow your confidence in reading medical images; make these type of USLME questions the easiest for you.
What are the prerequisites for this course?
I anticipate basic knowledge of anatomical terminology from the learners.
Check out the detailed breakdown of what’s inside the course
- Introduction 07:06 07:06
Radiologic Anatomy of the thorax
Radiologic Anatomy of Vertebral column
Radiologic Anatomy of Upper Limb
Radiologic Anatomy of Abdomen
Radiologic Anatomy of Pelvis
Radiologic Anatomy of Lower Limb
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