More Web-based Radiology Tools

I recently posted about Goldminer and Yottalook. Since then, there has been a thread on a listserv I subscribe to (unrelated) in which list members suggested online radiology resources. Included in these suggestions were the following.

Both RadiologyEducation.com and SearchingRadiology.com were created by Michael P. D’Alessandro, M.D.

RadiologyEducation.com calls itself a “digital library of radiology education resources,” but I’d describe it as a hyperlinked directory of recommended radiology resources on the web.

SearchingRadiology.com
is a Google Custom Search Engine (same as the Consumer Health and Patient Education Information Search Engine I made). SearchingRadiology.com does NOT indicate what or how many sites the CSE searches, but describes itself as searching “radiology peer-reviewed information.”
As Dr. D’Alessandro rightly points out in a comment below, SearchingRadiology.com searches radiology peer-reviewed information from AJNR, AJR, Anatomy Atlases, BJR, eMedicine, EURORAD, Gray’s Anatomy, Medcyclopaedia, Radiographics, and Radiology.

From the About page:

LearningRadiology.com was conceived, designed, developed, produced and is maintained in its entirety by William Herring, MD. Dr. Herring is the Vice-Chairman and Radiology Residency Program Director at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA, where he has been the residency Program Director for over 20 years.

All material on the site was produced by Dr. Herring. Started in June of 2002, the site was originally intended to replace the handout notes that accompanied lectures for the residents and medical students at Albert Einstein. It now contains over 10,000 pages, and it has grown in popularity so that, this year alone, about 20 million pages will be accessed during over 700,000 visits.

RSNA hosts an index site running the MIRC storage and query software at http://mirc.rsna.org. The RSNA MIRC site allows users to access materials published on participating sites from around the world.

More information on RSNA MIRC here.

Other posts on davidrothman.net about online radiology resources:

3 thoughts on “More Web-based Radiology Tools

  1. SearchingRadiology.com clearly indicates on its home page that it is:

    “Searching radiology peer-reviewed information from AJNR, AJR, Anatomy Atlases, BJR, eMedicine, EURORAD, Gray’s Anatomy, Medcyclopaedia, Radiographics, and Radiology”

  2. Right you are, Dr. D’Alessandro. I have corrected the post. Thank you for letting me know of my error.

    Best,

    -David

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