General Radiologic Technologist
Radiologic Technologist Associations
The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
Modalities of interest include: radiography, nuclear medicine technology, radiation therapy, cardiovascular-interventional radiography, mammography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, quality management, sonography, bone densitometry, vascular sonography, cardiac-interventional radiography, vascular-interventional radiography, breast Sonography, and radiologist assistant.
The American Society of Radiologic Technologists
Publications, studies and surveys, professional resources, as well as legislative and regulatory information.
International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
This comprehensive site includes information about: Anatomy, Education, Methodology, Pathology, Physics, Research Labs, Tutorials, publications, related organizations, and much more.
Radiological Society of North America
Educational programs and materials. Site includes information about education, publications, informatics, research, and careers.
Provides instant access to images published in selected peer-reviewed radiology journals. This website allows viewers to search for images by findings, anatomy, imaging technique, and patient age, and gender.
Dave’s Places in Radiology
This site is designed and maintained by Dave Woeber, a registered radiologic and CT technologist.
This page has links to Physics, Anatomy, Organizations, Resources, etc.
A digital library of radiology education resources. The site includes teaching files, anatomy atlases, and links to radiology journals.
This patient education website is co-sponsored by the American Society of Radiology and the Radiological Society of North America. Among the features are plain language explanations of procedures, a glossary, patient safety, and explanations of various careers in the field.
A search engine for radiology peer-reviewed information including Anatomy Atlases, BJR, eMedicine, Gray's Anatomy, Medcyclopaedia, Radiographics, and Radiology.
A comprehensive website that covers physics, pathology, positioning, contrast media, equipment and more. Unique features include documents on cultural and religious beliefs. Commonly used English x-ray words are translated into several other languages.
A medical imaging search engine for web, journals, teaching files, images, books, and more.
Teaching Files, Anatomy, Pathology
Introduction to Chest Imaging
This site provides an overview of chest imaging and radiology. Created by the University of Virginia's Medical School, the site provides an introduction to the techniques of taking chest images as well as reading and understanding chest x-rays. Other useful materials on this site are divided into sections that include technique, anatomy, interpretation, and pathology. Each section is complemented with x-ray images, diagrams, short tutorials, and practice tests.
London Southbank University
There are over one thousand individual cases and hundreds of discussion or teaching documents. All documents have been produced by Ian Maddison, a Radiologist. There are rich cross-links between documents so that readers may decide for themselves the relevance of any listed differential diagnosis.
Muscle Atlas: Musculoskeletal Radiology
This site addresses the world of musculoskeletal radiology in medical and physiological knowledge. This online muscle atlas covers the lower and upper extremities and is primarily designed for use by health science professionals. It also includes teaching and instructional materials related to radiology. There is a table of contents, and all of the major muscles are listed alphabetically. Additionally, for each muscle, visitors can view a high-quality image of the related muscle groups and the function of the muscle.
This is a free service to the international community that is funded in part by the National Institutes of Health. Users have contributed over 20,000 cases containing over 100,000 images, and new cases are added every day.
This site has an extensive Radiology Teaching Library containing hundreds of images. You may save the images on your computer for future reference or for teaching purposes.
Online Radiology Teaching Files and Medical Image Atlas and Database
The teaching files and medical images can be browsed by organ system. Also, see the “Case of the Week,” which allows users to offer their own diagnosis before knowing the details of a case.
The Radiology Assistant
The site focuses on common radiological issues in a problem-oriented way for radiology residents and radiologists. Worth a look is the "Cases" area where radiograms can be found with short quizzes that will test diagnostic abilities.
Teaching files are organized by different imaging modalities as well as by body system. Areas of interest include Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT), PET, SPECT, Pediatric Imaging, Ultrasound, Interventional Radiology, Image Reconstruction, and Image Processing.
BioMed Central: The Open Access Publisher
This free website is an independent publishing house committed to providing immediate free access to peer-reviewed biomedical research. It provides access to over 160 journals in all areas of biology and medicine. Access to journals is free, but you must register to search.
Produced by the National Library of Medicine, an arm of the National Institutes of Health, this comprehensive website includes a medical encyclopedia, dictionaries, drug information, a link to the PubMed/Medline database, and links to many other reliable sources of information.