Radiology Workshop for New Clerkship Student

Get Started. It's Free
or sign up with your email address
Rocket clouds
Radiology Workshop for New Clerkship Student by Mind Map: Radiology Workshop for New Clerkship Student

1. Basic X-Ray Skills

1.1. How are X-rays done?

1.1.1. Technique

1.1.2. PA vs AP films

1.2. X-Ray Quality

1.2.1. Penetration

1.2.2. Rotation

1.2.3. Inspiratory Effort

1.3. Using an organized approach to read an X-ray

1.3.1. A - airway

1.3.2. B - bones

1.3.3. C - cardiac

1.3.4. D - diaphragm

1.3.5. E - effusion

1.3.6. F - fields (lung fields)

1.3.7. G - gastric

1.3.8. H - hilum

2. Chest X-Ray Interpretation

2.1. Identify normal structures

2.2. Identify common pathology

2.2.1. Consolidation

2.2.2. Pleural effusion

2.2.3. Congestive hearth failure

2.2.4. Pneumothorax

3. Abdominal X-Ray Interpretation

3.1. Identify normal structures

3.2. Identify common pathology

3.2.1. Free air

3.2.2. Small bowel obstruction

3.2.3. Colonic distension

4. Location of Lines and Tubes

4.1. Central lines

4.2. Endotracheal tubes

4.3. Nasogastric tubes