The SecondLook™ Basic Radiology Series
The Basic Radiology SecondLookTM application is a study aid that provides a series of radiographic images for students to self-test their level of knowledge and ability to recognize structures and pathologies in the human body. The images in the Basic Radiology SecondLookTM application were captured by faculty members of the Department of Radiology at the University of Michigan Medical School. Several images in the Pediatric Radiology set are used with permission of Oxford University Press. This application was developed with the learner in mind, especially medical and other health sciences students and radiology lab professionals. The SecondLookTM Lite Basic Radiology sample application is free to download and contains a representative slide from each of the available eight sets. All eight slide sets, covering General Radiology Concepts, Chest Radiology, Abdominal Imaging, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Trauma Radiology, Cardiac Radiology, Neuroradiology, and Pediatric Radiology, may be purchased as a complete mobile application. By taking a "Second Look" at these images, users are able to quickly self-evaluate and test their knowledge of human radiographic analysis in order to identify gaps and to be better prepared for tests. This mobile application will also serve as an excellent review tool for relevant clerkships and to prepare for licensing examinations. Both versions of this application are available for iPhones and iPads from the iTunes Store and for Android devices from the Google Play Store.
About the Authors:
Dr. Katherine Klein is Associate Professor in the Department of Radiology, Division of Breast Imaging, at the University of Michigan Medical School. She has a special interest in teaching Radiology to Michigan medical students and residents. Dr. Michael DiPietro is the Emeritus John F. Holt Collegiate Professor of Radiology, Division of Pediatric Radiology, and Emeritus Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases at the University of Michigan Medical School. Dr. Michael Cline is resident in the Department of Radiology at the University of Michigan Medical School and is specializing in Vascular and Interventional Radiology. Drs. De Freitas, Fang, Guan, Guy, Hackett, Rodriguez and Sayfie have all graduated from the University of Michigan Medical school and are now pursuing residency training in Radiology at different hospitals in the United States.
App content and Download Options from the iTunes Store and the Google Play Store:
A sample SecondLookTM Basic Radiology Lite application with representative sample slides is available for free. The full eight set SecondLookTM Basic Radiology mobile application can be purchased for $7.99. All proceeds go to the University of Michigan.
From time to time these apps may be updated with revised content. The SecondLookTM Basic Radiology apps will display a prompt if new updates are available for download. Tapping "Update" will cause the slide decks to be updated.
The Michigan Basic Radiology SecondLookTM series consists of eight slide sets, which cover the major aspects and applications of human radiographic analysis. Users have the option of reviewing the slides in either random or sequential order.
The first set covers major basic concepts of medical radiology.
The other sets focus on specific areas of human radiology, especially the recognition of normal and pathological structures and the diagnosis of abnormal findings.
Medical and health sciences students, as well as radiology lab professionals. This application was designed with learners in mind, who want to self-evaluate and review their knowledge of human radiology in preparation for quizzes or examinations.
Here's what University of Michigan Students said about the SecondLookTM concept:
"The Second Look (files) have been a godsend. They do a great job of both teaching and quizzing you on the relevant material. Once I complete the Second Look, I know I'm ready to quiz."
"The Second Look was a fantastic review for the exam, for both structure and function. I actually went over the Second Look (files) twice - once immediately after doing the lecture and lab to help reinforce what I learned, and then again before the exam as a review."
"The Second Look files are phenomenal and were an excellent way to test my knowledge after I had studied a bit."
- iOS: Requires iOS 9.0 or later, and is compatible with iPhones and iPads.
- Android: Requires Android 5 or higher and is compatible with most tablet and phone devices.
- Language: English
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