Radiology Spotters RadioGyan.com
- Spotters Set 1
- Spotters Set 2
- Spotters Set 3
- Spotters Set 4
- Spotters Set 5
- Spotters Set 6- MSK special set!
- Spotters Set 7
- Spotters Set 8
- Genitourinary Radiology Cases – Spotter Set 9
- Spotters Set 10
- Spotters Set 11
- Spotters Set 12
- Spotters Set 13
- Spotters set 14
- Spotters set 15
- Spotters set 16
- Spotters set 17
- Spotters set 18 – Body Imaging Special !
- Spotters set 19 – Plain film special!
- Spotters set 20 – Fetal Ultrasound Special!
- Spotters set 21 – Plain Film Special!
- Spotters Set 22 – Obstetrics Gynecology Ultrasound (OBGY) special set!
- Spotters set 23
- Spotters set 24
- Spotters set 25
- Spotters set 26 – Neuroradiology special set!
- Spotters set 27 – Neuroradiology Cases!
- Spotters set 28 – 10 interesting Radiology Cases!
- Spotters set 29 – 10 learning Radiology spotters!
- Spotters set 30 – Excellent MSK MRI teaching cases !
- Spotters set 31 – 10 MUST KNOW Bone Tumors for Radiology Residents!
- Spotters set 31A with MRI- 10 MUST KNOW Bone Tumors for Radiology Residents!
- Spotters Set 32 – 10 Interesting Radiology Cases!
- Spotters Set 33 – Aunt Minnie Chest Radiology Cases!
- Spotters set 34 – Radiology Cases Quiz
- Spotters Set 35 – Interventional radiology wires and catheters!
- Spotters set 36 – Normal anatomy variants radiology
- Spotters set 37 – Aunt Minnie Radiology Cases!
- Spotters set 38 – Radiology Cases Quiz 2!
- Spotters set 39 – Radiology Cases Quiz 3!
- Spotters set 40 – Radiology Artifacts
- Spotters set 41- Aunt Minnie Radiology Cases 2 !
- Spotters set 42 – Learning Radiology Spotters 2
- Spotters Set 43 – Classic Radiology Cases!
- Spotters Set 44 – Aunt Minnie Radiology Cases 3
- Spotters Set 45 – Interesting Radiology Cases 2
- Spotters Set 46 – Radiology cases quiz 4
- Spotters Set 47 – Aunt Minnie Radiology Cases 4
- Spotters Set 48 – MRI spine cases
- Spotters Set 49 – Interesting Radiology Cases 3
- Spotters Set 50 – Learning Radiology Cases
- Spotters Set 51 – Radiology Cases Quiz 5
- Spotters Set 52 – Interesting Radiology cases 4
- Spotters Set 53 – MSK MRI cases
- Spotters Set 54 – Learning Radiology Cases 2
- Spotters Set 55 – Interesting Radiology Cases 5
- Spotters Set 56 – Classic Radiology Cases 2
- Spotters Set 57 – Classic Radiology Cases 3
- Spotters Set 58 – Interesting Radiology Cases 6
- Spotters Set 59 – Neuroradiology cases
- Spotters Set 60 – Learning Radiology Cases 3
- Spotters Set 61 – Radiology Board Review Cases
- Spotters Set 62 – Radiology Board Review Cases 2
- Spotters Set 63 – Radiology Quiz Cases
- Spotters Set 64 – Radiology Spotters
- Spotters Set 65 – Radiology Spotters
Spotters are very important components of the radiology practical exams and if you score well in spotters you have won half the battle.
Although this is not the best way to evaluate the caliber of a student because when you will be reporting it will rarely happen that you will get these “typical” Aunt-Minnie cases. Plus no one would be standing with a gun to your head to diagnose cases in a minute. Read this excellent article by Dr Ravi Ramakantan on this topic – Spot the spot! All said and done, that’s how our system is and you have no other option.
A tip on attempting spotters is to stick to the first answer that strikes you. You will be right in most cases, provided you have studied well and attempted lots of spotters.
Each post has 10 radiology spotters.
Most of the spotters are straightforward.
Spotters slides will advance automatically at the end of a minute.
These are best viewed on a desktop, preferably in full-screen mode. On a mobile phone use it in the full-screen mode by clicking on the icon at the bottom right of the presentation.
Best way to attempt is to write down answers on a piece of paper and then check them at the end of the presentation.
Answer slides are at the end of each presentation which are accompanied by links to individual cases if you wish to read more about these.
Get into the practice of writing COMPLETE answers for all spotters so that you do not commit silly mistakes in the exam. For eg “Osteosarcoma involving the right distal femur” is a better answer than just writing “osteosarcoma”
You can write your answers in the comments sections on each page to check out how you fare as compared to others.
If you wish to contribute spotters please submit them here.
If you have any suggestions/ corrections contact us here
You can go through cases with diagnosis and description here.