Radiopaedia.org, the online collaborative radiology resource
Radiopaedia.org is a rapidly growing open-edit radiology resource primarily complied by radiologists and radiology residents/registrars and fellows from across the globe. The site aims to create the best radiology reference available, and to make it available for free, forever and for all.
It is designed to facilitate a meaningful collaboration between all our contributing users, as well as allow non-contributors to browse through thousands of articles and interesting and illustrative cases. Read more about getting involved.
The open credentials and desire to create a fee world-class resource are similar to those of wikipedia. However, the importance of accurate information means that additions checks and balances are required for Radiopaedia.org and our section editors provide this. They constantly review additions and changes to articles and cases, something that is facilitated by being spread around the globe through a variety of time zones.
Radiopaedia.org is more than just a reference site.
– case of the day – highlights a selected case which is presented on this page every day – subscribe to RSS feed
– radiology channel – our youtubeTM channel which contains video tutorials on various topics
– radiology signs tumblrTM blog – high quality radiological signs added on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
– playlists – collate, group or share your favourite cases from either your own case library or from others
– tumblr feed – a dedicated tumblrTM feed for the site
– iOS radiology teaching files – contains collections of cases with questions, illustrations, answers as well as relevant articles with pathology
– twitter feed and facebook page – includes the case of the day and other information about the site and organisation
– pinterest board – a dedicated pinterestTM board
– instagram page – projects interesting images through instagramTM
– collaborative publications – a great way to team up with other users and submit posters and publications for international conferences and journals
– the radiopaedia blog – subscribe to upcoming events and comment on discussions
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