Welcome! To my interactive tool aimed at supporting third year medical students in interpreting chest Xrays! I hope you find this resource useful.
Interpreting and presenting chest X-rays on ward rounds and in OSCE stations is a frequent source of stress for many medical students. Clinical teaching often varies from placement to placement and there is little standardised teaching on the topic. This resource has been put together to help solve this problem and provide a structured method for the interpretation and presentation of chest X-rays.
Click on the Interpreting Chest X-Rays tile at the bottom of the page to begin the tutorial.
The resource also includes an interactive quiz for when you feel more comfortable. Click on the test your knowledge tile at the bottom of the page to start the quiz.
Created by: Dr Thomas Batten MBBS
Supervised by: Dr Audrey Sinclair, Consultant Radiologist at St George's Hospital, London
IT Assistance Provided by: Mr Luke Woodham, St George's University of London
Map: Interpreting Chest X-Rays_2 (1952)
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