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Spotters / Spot radiology cases are crucial for clearing your exams. Be it the MD / DNB / DMRD exam or other competitive exams such as the EDiR exam. The reason why these are important is that they are objective. In your practical exam, long and short cases are unpredictable. You may get a tough case from a system that you have not prepared well. Also, your viva can go anywhere depending on the examiner and your answers. It is tough to prepare for that section. All you can do is practice presenting and HOPE! That is not the case with Spotters.

Spot cases in most cases are all or none. You either know the diagnosis or you don’t. Answers are scored objectively and not depending on the examiner’s evaluation of you (mood in certain cases!). I believe that if you prepare your spotters well, you can secure a decent score irrespective of the rest of the practical. It is also important to note that spotters are usually the first component of the exam and if you do well you will go into the rest of the exam super-confident!

What exams are these radiology cases useful for?

  • MD / DMRD / DNB Radiology Exam.
  • FRCR Exam for the UK.
  • Hot-Seat US Radiology Radiology Board Exams
  • FRANZR Exams for Australia

Hence, I have created this spotter collection to help you clear your radiology exam. These radiology cases have been selected by me and a few of my colleagues over years of practice and include a few of the most commonly asked questions in the exam. Currently, there are more than 600 cases in the collection covering multiple systems and I intend to add more sets gradually.

Hi, My Name is Dr. Amar Udare.

I am a board-certified radiologist and radiology education is my passion. My goal is to help YOU prepare for your radiology board exams.

Dr Amar Udare
Dr Amar Udare

What is included in the membership?

  • All the radiology cases on RadioGyan for three months / one year.
  • Currently, there are more than 600 typical exam spotter cases and we are constantly adding new cases to the platform.
  • Most spotter cases have additional descriptions or accompanying videos. These will help you understand the case and answer relevant OSCE style questions. The sidebar has been removed and the images are larger natively on the desktop.
  • No ads on spotter pages so that you can focus on solving cases.
  • Priority support from me in case you have any doubts about particular cases.
  • The yearly subscription is cheaper than 4 quarterly subscriptions but you can choose either depending on your exam schedule.
  • Video explanation for spotter cases (currently for 15 case sets).

These are unbiased unedited reviews from previous residents who have used these spotters for their radiology exams:

  1. 100 % of the residents stated that these were useful for their exams.
  2. More than 45 % of cases were from the case collection/companion cases/explanation.
  3. Nearly 95% of radiologists agree that these help them with their routine reporting.
  4. More than 80% of students were happy with the interface.

DON’T TAKE MY WORD FOR IT

Read what past students have to say

RadioGyan spotters collection is a perfect combination of rare and important cases, both for exam preparation as well as for general practice. The images are crystal clear, and there is no controversy in the radiological findings. Every exam going student that I know practices spotters from RadioGyan. Further, few of the spot sessions are system wise, which helps when we prepare for examination in a pattern of different modules. I would highly recommend every radiology trainee to go through these cases and enhance their knowledge. A great deal of dedication and hard work is needed to create and maintain such a collection!
Dr. Ayush Jain
Senior Resident, Department of Radiology, Maulana Azad Medical College and associated Lok Nayak Hospital, New Delhi
“They are very important and useful to pass any exam and for usual practice”
Farah Majeed
Radiologist, Baghdad Hospital
Great collection. Excellent description for Differential diagnosis which is fruitful and must to remember.
Dr. Patel Ronitkumar Anilbhai
Radiology Resident

I would be more than happy to share the unedited excel sheet with the reviews if you are interested. I intend to add more resources to each of these sections to consolidate YOUR learning. Trust me you will definitely get a few of these spotters in your exam. These spotters have helped thousands of residents to clear their exams and you would definitely benefit from them. Make sure you solve these at least two times before your exam.

To do list as per suggestions from students:

  • More spotter cases.
  • OSCE type exam questions
  • System-wise and modality wise spotter cases
  • Video explanation for ALL case sets.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How many radiology cases are included?

There are 600+ cases, arranged in sets of 10. You can check the latest list here: RadioGyan Cases List.

Is there a free trial?

Given the nature of the content, there is no free trial. You can check one sample case set here.

What subscription options are available?

You can subscribe for 3 months or one year. One year subscription gives you nearly 2 months free. Subscriptions renew automatically at the end.

What payment methods are available?

Payment can be made using a credit card or debit card and you shall get instant access to the cases. We can work out alternative payment methods such as UPI or PayPal for yearly membership but that would not be ideal as I will have to manually add you to the system.

I did not get any email confirmation after registration / I am not getting follow-up emails.

Email sending is automated. Please check your SPAM folder for the email ID: admin@radiogyan.com and add it to your inbox and preferably in your “Primary tab” if you are using Gmail. Also simply replying to the email will also ensure that future emails are land in your inbox.

I am having technical issues. How can I get support?

Please email your query in detail, preferably with screenshots to admin@radiogyan.com. Please give up to 24hrs time to sort out the issue taking into consideration the time difference. You can also check out the exclusive support forum for members.

Can I cancel my membership?

You can cancel your membership anytime. You will not be charged for further membership. Do not that you WILL NOT get a refund for the membership that you canceled.

Can I get refunds?

Given the nature of the content, there is no free trial. You can check one sample case set here. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to reach out to me.

Can I share my password with my friend/colleague?

I strongly advise you not to. Your access to the website is logged and monitored. You can only check-in using only ONE device at a time. The system will lock you out automatically if it detects sign-in activity from multiple locations.

What is the format of the cases?

Cases are presented as PowerPoint slides in sets of 10. Answers are provided on the page with short explanation and link to relevant resources.

What systems are covered?

All radiology systems are covered. Nuclear medicine is not included. Currently cases are arranged randomly, but I plan to update system-wise cases in the near future.

Is explaination available for ALL cases?

No. The core product is spot cases with diagnosis. I have tried to provide an explanation for few case sets and will be updating these regularly, including video descriptions. You can ask specific queries in the support forum and I would be happy to help :).

Why should you sign up for this course when everything is available for free elsewhere?

Good question. When you are preparing for your exam you need to be focused on your preparation. These are high-yield cases that we have collected and filtered for exams. You can always surf around for free resources and learn. In fact, if you come across a good one please let me know so that I can share it with other residents too!

I have questions other than the one listed above.

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email me at admin@radiogyan.com.

Dr. Amar Udare, MD Radiology.

University Gold Medalist.

Aunt-Minnie Best Radiology Educator Nominee (2018 and 2020)

Other RadioGyan Membership levels:

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Free membership to access certain sections of the website. This is to ascertain that the website is being used by genuine radiology professionals and to keep bots away. The majority of the content on the website and on all its social media platforms is free and will continue to remain so. Note that this DOES NOT include the spotters’ section. For that, you need to sign up for the basic membership.

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As Radiogyan.com grows, so does our commitment to provide quality and freely accessible radiology content. Your financial support will help me develop new and improved site features that will be free for the benefit of all. These include stuff like DICOM-based cases, quiz format questions for better retention, and more video content on our YouTube channel.

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Last Updated on April 9, 2021

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About the Author


Dr. Amar Udare, MD, DNB

Dr Amar UdareDr. Amar Udare is a board-certified radiologist. He is currently working as a fellow radiologist at McMaster University, Canada. He has a passion for teaching (#FOAMrad and #FOAMed) and has been a semi-finalist for the 2018 and 2020 Aunt-Minnie Most effective Radiology Educator Awards. He has authored multiple peer-reviewed publications which can be accessed on PubMed and Google Scholar.

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