Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton- From the University of Washington’s Radiology Departments, this resource offers radiographic images of the body’s upper and lower extremities as well as the spine.
Chest X-ray Atlas -This atlas may be utilized by any student wishing to gain more knowledge regarding chest x-rays, which are grouped into three categories: pathologies, diseases, and radiologic signs.
The Whole Brain Atlas-Available from Harvard University, this resource contains a comprehensive neuroimaging primer as well as images and information on the “normal brain” as well as diseases such as neoplastic, degenerative, and infectious.
Anatomy of the Female Pelvis: Stanford Visible Female - This comprehensive guide offers images and information on pelvic bones, muscles, internal and external structures as well nerves, vessels, and lymph nodes.
Human Anatomy Learning Modules - Available from Dartmouth Medical School, these learning modules cover information related to the back, upper and lower extremities, the thorax, abdomen, and head and neck. In addition, tutorials in radiology and neuro-radiology are offered for further study and research.
Lieberman’s Classic Collection in Radiology -This digital library from Harvard University contains an extensive collection of images and information on a variety of topics, such as aberrant air, foreign bodies, emergency radiology, infectious diseases, oncology, and many more.
Collaborative Hypertext in Radiology-This comprehensive collection includes main topics such as the nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory systems and then subtopics under each of these systems containing information and images.
Imaging Correlates for Assorted Clinical Findings -This extensive collection lists diagnoses and then provides images related to each diagnosis.
This collection of images allows users to select a category and view specific types of images relating to the category. In addition, a glossary of radiological terms is provided.
Basic Radiation Physics-This resource contains a comprehensive overview of basic radiation physics as well as specific topics in this field.
History of Radiology- This presentation has been enhanced using RealAudio. View images and listen to the lectures accompanying each image.
Introduction to Radiology- This resource contains an insightful introduction to radiology, covering topics such as radiographs, tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and fluoroscopy.
Lieberman’s Active Tutorials in Radiology- Available from Harvard University, these tutorials teach medical students and residents basic and more advanced Radiologic imaging including CT, US, MRI and Nuclear Medicine.
Introduction to Radiology- Available from the University of Virginia, this website contains a plethora of online interactive tutorials covering thoracic, abdominal, musculoskeletal, and neurological topics.
Yale Anatomy Clinic-This online clinic provides a comprehensive introduction to anatomy.
Academic Radiology- This journal publishes original reports of clinical and laboratory investigations in diagnostic imaging, the diagnostic use of radioactive isotopes, computed tomography, positron emission tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, digital subtraction angiography, and related techniques
Applied Radiology This journal boasts a wealth of information on the field of radiology. Browse the latest developments radiology, view case studies, and find out more about professional development opportunities.
Radiology- This monthly journal, published by the Radiological Society of North America, is a medical journal devoted to the practice of clinical radiology and allied sciences.
Academy of Radiology Research - The Academy identifies sources of support for radiology research and the use of that research to improve the knowledge base, radiology educational programs, and radiology patient care
American Roentgen Ray Society - The oldest radiology society in the United States, ARRS provides a monthly peer-reviewed journal and an annual scientific assembly as well as other radiology and educational resources.
American Society of Radiologic Technologists - Provides current news about radiology, information for patients and public, educational materials catalog, educational and research foundation, recruitment and retention tool kit, continuing education, career center, professional development, and government relations.
National Society of Radiology Practitioner Assistants – This society offers a wealth of information regarding the radiology practitioner assistant profession and continuing education meetings.
North American Society for Cardiac Imaging - An international non-profit professional association dedicated to the advancement cardiovascular imaging and the application of imaging methods to the study of the heart and vascular diseases in both the experimental laboratory and clinical settings.
Society for the Advancement of Women’s Imaging – This organization seeks to support residency and fellowship training and sponsor educational and scientific meetings that focus on women’s imaging.
Society for Computer Applications in Radiology – This society is dedicated to computer applications and information technology in medical imaging through education and research and works to bridges the gap between engineers and scientists who develop the systems and radiologists and technologists who use them.