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Dr Andrew Dixon
Radiologist. Educator. Director of Radiology Training at . Academic Director for .
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Chirag Patel 17h
Great talk by on postoperative CT imaging. Watch out for haemostatic material - bubbly appearance with no peripheral enhancement. Don’t mistake for an abscess!
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Dr Andrew Dixon 9h
Recording a talk for . Turns out that if you want good light on your face and reasonable acoustics then you just have to improvise...
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Frank Gaillard Oct 9
Predicting cavernous sinus invasion by pituitary adenomas using the Knosp et al classification Read more:
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Radiopaedia.org Oct 8
The Advanced Radiology Services Foundation is Radiopaedia's first-ever Feature Sponsor. With their generous support we will be embarking upon a substantial improvement to how cases are uploaded, edited and presented.
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Radiopaedia.org Oct 6
Q: This 85yo male fell over. You won't miss the fracture but you might miss the... ANSWER:
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Dr Henry Knipe Oct 7
Ever wanted to contribute a case to but not quite sure where to start? Check out our learning pathway "Creating cases" - - everything you need to know to get started!
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Radiopaedia.org Oct 7
We love finding out how Radiopaedia is shaping lives around the world. This is one such letter from Ghana. If you are from a low or middle income nation, please come and get access to all our courses for free.
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Andrew Murphy Oct 3
We’ve spent the last 6 months building the new AI section of Our project yielded 57 new articles, and a constantly updated image database reference. I had a real blast doing this with a great team. Read our blog post here
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Mya Cubitt Oct 3
Another jam packed interactive trauma radiology session from and for I learn something new every time. (Clinical correlation recommended)
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Dr Andrew Dixon Oct 2
Not a bad view to wake up to this morning 😊
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Dr Andrew Dixon Oct 2
Looking forward to teaching a trauma radiology workshop at in Sydney tomorrow with . Then trying out a couple of new talks at the main conference on Friday.
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Radiopaedia.org Sep 30
50% Discount Offer ENDS in less than 12 hours! Visit to register now. Includes certificate & English captions. FREE in 122 countries thanks to your generous support.
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Radiopaedia.org Sep 30
Fantastic vertebral anatomy illustrations by our Senior Editor . 💥50% discount on our Online Anatomy Course ends TODAY! Just $30 or free in 122 countries. Visit to register now💥
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Radiology Signs Sep 29
TODAY is your final chance to get 's newly updated Medical Imaging Anatomy Course for just $30! 💥Visit before it is too late 💥
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Dr Andrew Dixon Sep 29
Recovering rather nicely from yesterday's Trauma Radiology Course 😍
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Radiopaedia.org Sep 29
These chest radiograph mediastinal anatomy illustrations by are just fantastic - all the bumps suddenly make sense! 💥Final day for 50% discount on our video-on-demand Anatomy Course. Just $30! Visit now💥
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Tim Luijkx Sep 29
: a pelvic binder works best when at the level of the femoral trochanters. It should not be at the level of the iliac wings. cases of Correct placement: Incorrect placement:
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Craig Hacking Sep 28
So what is the point of still doing the supine trauma CXR ? 3 good reasons.
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