I’m looking for a radiology quiz with the following features:
- Images with multiple choice; correct answer given after. Or,
- Images without choices; I can guess and then check the answer
- Ideally, I could limit the quiz to certain tumors, since our class has a smaller scope than a radiology residency
- Similar to Univ. Michigan Anatomy quizzes, but for bone tumor radiology.
Update [3 Jul 2012, 12:20 PM]: A friend sent me a link to this page on radswiki.net, which pointed me to the following sites. However, I haven’t vetted them yet (need to eat lunch):
- Musculoskeletal Case studiesfrom LearningRadiology.com
- See also MSK image library on same site. While not in Q-A quiz format, this is exactly the information I want: image+diagnosis.
- MSK & Soft Tissue cases from peer-reviewed MedPix (hosted on usuhs.edu): this is probably the best yet: over 1,400 cases with History (Hx), one ore more images, and then a “Show Answer” button to reveal the diagnosis (Dx).
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- radquiz.com – Lots of links and lots of content, but I haven’t found quizzes yet.
- bonetumors.org – Probably the best free bone tumors website; created and maintained by a single MD with assistance from others. Has a page on every bone tumor. Has some “learning content,” but no quizzes.
- rsna.org offers CME modules with accompanying articles from RadioGraphics journal. The articles are free after a one year embargo; however, the CME modules cost dozens of dollars.
- American Board of Radiology (ABR) Self Assessment modules: links to rsna.org CME modules (above).
- AppliedRadiology.com has four Musculoskeletal quizzes
- LearningRadiology.com has five MSK radiology questions in the format I’m looking for: image with several multiple choice guesses; however, they are all fracture.
Other useful radiology pages I found:
- “22-Must-see diagnoses” from learningradiology.com
- Bone Tumors – Differential diagnosis by Henk Jan van der Woude and Robin Smithuis: While not a quiz, here is an amazing one-page summary of bone tumors: tables, diagrams, and accompanying text, complete with a dozen references. This looks great!
Still not satisfied; if you find something better, please let me know. Thanks!