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Cardiothoracic Radiology Cases and other resources from the Society of Thoracic Radiology

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Cardiothoracic radiology case with a CT scan showing dissection of the aorta

  • This a playlist of all webinars by the Society of Thoracic Radiology.
  • The playlist currently consists of more than 100 videos with an average video length of 50-80 minutes. That is more than 11000 minutes or nearly 8 hrs!
  • This list will be updated automatically as new videos are being added.
  • This is hosted by the Society of Thoracic Radiology Youtube channel by Dr. Jeffrey Kanne and colleagues.
  • These consist of anonymized cardiothoracic radiology cases in DICOM format followed by relevant case discussions. The DICOM images help understand cases better than a single image.
  • You may have to click twice on the video to play, especially on mobile devices.

Cardiothoracic Radiology Cases

Recommended Books for Cardiothoracic Radiology:

Other recommended radiology books:

Recommended Radiology Books (Updated 2019)

 

Other useful resources from the Society of Thoracic Radiology:

  • Thoracic and Cardiac case of the month
  • Free access to Online webinars:
  • ePosters 2016
  • Online Paid CMEs
  • Journal of Thoracic Imaging
  • STR membership, free for residents and fellows. 
  • ABR study guide topics Webinars:
    • Thoracic Radiology
      • Anatomic variant, Physiology, and Signs in Radiology
      • Central Airways Diseases, Bronchiectasis, and Obstructive Lung Disease
      • Diffuse Alveolar Disease and Inflammatory Conditions
      • Diffuse Lung Disease
      • Diffuse Lung Disease-cystic
      • Diseases of the Pleura, Chest Wall, and Diaphragm
      • Infectious Pneumonia
      • Lung Cancer and other Parenchymal Neoplasms
      • Benjamin Felson Memorial Lecture CT Screening: Role of the Thoracic Surgeon
      • Gordon Gamsu Memorial Lecture: Management of Screen-Detected Nodules
      • Scanlon Lecture Who Should Be Screened for Lung Cancer: Weighing Risks and Benefits
      • Evaluating Response of Lung Cancer to Treatment: The Role of Imaging
      • Gordon Gamsu Memorial Lecture Pulmonary Nodule Characterization
      • Lung Cancer Screening: Nodule Management
      • Role of Imaging in Lung Cancer Staging
      • The IASLC Lymph Node Map
      • PET/CT Imaging in Lung Cancer
      • Benjamin Felson Memorial Lecture: Hitting the Target: Molecular Targets of Lung Cancer
      • When PET Doesn’t Work: Situations in Which FDG PET has Low Sensitivity.
      • Gordon Gamsu Memorial Lecture – National Lung Screening Trial
      • Overview of Subsolid Nodules
      • Imaging of Solid Solitary Nodules
      • Risk Stratification of Pulmonary Nodules
      • Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Staging: Where Are We Heading?
      • Mediastinal Masses
      • Postoperative and Post-treatment Thorax
      • Pulmonary Arteries
      • Thoracic Manifestations of Systemic Disease
      • Thoracic Surgery and Interventions
    • Cardiac Radiology 
      • Acquired Disease
      • Cardiac Masses
      • Cardiomyopathy
      • Congenital Heart Disease
      • Ischemic Heart Disease
      • Valvular Disease
      • Aortic Disease
      • Other Cardiac Topics

Combining the webinars the ABR study guides this is a huge repository of Cardiothoracic Radiology cases for readers.

 

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