Clinical Tools
CME Sites (with Credits)
Medical Textbooks
    teaching materials from the very basic to in-depth radiology knowledge, free of charge to all users, and requires no registration
  • Radiology textbook at eMedicine
    online textbook on radiology maintained by and covers a wide range of radiology topics, The chapters are written for physicians, and is free of charge.
  • Basics of MRI
    intended for the medical student or professional. The heavily illustrated guide has 14 chapters including the mathematics, spin physics, NMR spectroscopy, basic imaging techniques and imaging hardware of MRI.
  • CHORUS - Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology
    ONLINE REFERENCES-CHORUS - Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology
  • Images Magazine 2012 (pdf)
    Department of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging University of California, San Francisco
  • The International Thoracic Teaching Resource: A Chest Imaging Database
    Breast Imaging Teaching Cases with Mammography and Ultrasound Images ... A database collection of cases from 1995 to 2001 from Harvard Medical School.
  • Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology: A Practical Approach
    Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology: A Practical Approach This is an open access E-Book that presents a comprehensive review of ultrasound in obstetrics & gynecology. The E-Book is filled with descriptive figures, tables and clips. The E-Book contains detailed information on the practical aspect of the ultrasound examination in obstetrics and gynecology with technical details such as how to hold and orient the transducer, operate the ultrasound equipment and diagnose complex obstetric and gynecologic abnormalities. Various tips that the authors use in their daily ultrasound practice. We believe that this open access E-Book will provide the foundation for ultrasound training in obstetrics and gynecology and should be downloaded by anybody who is involved in ultrasound imaging. Translations into various languages are forthcoming.
Organizations / Associations / Institutions
  • The Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education (SUSME)
    provide a forum for the exchange of information about the use of ultrasound in medical education and facilitate communication and collaboration between educators who are using ultrasound in medical education. develop a database of information about the use of ultrasound in medical school curriculum
Related Link Lists
  • Emergency Bedside Ultrasound Training Series
    maintained by Department of Emergency Medicine at Vanderbilt University. Videos of different topics are hosted including renal, gall bladder, cardiac ultrasound, aorta, musculoskeletal ultrasound, deep vein thrombosis etc. The audio-visual effect are good and comes with a user friendly interface.
  • Introduction to Emergency Ultrasound
    This online website is created by members of American college of emergency Physicians practicing bedside emergency ultrasound. A stepwise approach with video clips is available in different areas.
  • Ultrasound Learning Module
    This is a library of video presented by the Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education and University of South Carolina School of Medicine. Topics ranges from Ultrasound Physics, Abdomen (renal, biliary, liver, spleen), Gynaecology, Cardiac and thyroid ultrasound.
Youtube Videos
  • Ultrasound at U of SC School of Medicine
    The University of South Carolina Ultrasound Institute was awarded a grant by The Duke Endowment to train rural primary care physicians to implement point of care ultrasound. A few of the physicians and patients agreed to share their experiences with us.
  • SonoSite
    for more videos and information about ultrasound technology. This video reviews the use of medical ultrasound imaging as an alternative to the more traditional CT scan-based strategy for the management of uncomplicated kidney stones. It reviews human antomy, probe positioning, and scanning techniques; the video also includes ultrasound images as visual aids. This topic is of particular interest to urologists, critical care, emergency medicine, internal medicine, and primary care clinicians.
  • Ultrasound at U of SC School of Medicine
    Youtube Channel maintained by U of SC School of Medicine