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Radiology Physics 300

Radiology Physics 300 was designed for radiology resident and radiology fellowship education

Radiology Physics 300 was designed for radiology resident and radiology fellowship education

Radiology Physics 300

by Hawki Inc
Radiology Physics 300
Radiology Physics 300
Radiology Physics 300

What is it about?

Radiology Physics 300 was designed for radiology resident and radiology fellowship education. It can also be used by anyone looking to learn or refresh their knowledge of medical imaging physics. Radiology Physics 300 provides the user with 300 multiple choice questions. The questions can be taken in an 'exam mode' where the answers are provided after all questions have been answered. Alternatively, the questions can be taken in an 'answer mode' where a detailed explanation is provided after each question is answered. The 300 questions cover medical imaging fundamentals, basic imaging science and technology, radiation biology, radiation protection and the following imaging modalities: plain radiography, fluoroscopy, computed tomography, ultrasound, magnetic resonance and nuclear medicine. In addition, there are 50 interactive images provided that demonstrate various imaging artifacts.

Radiology Physics 300

App Details

Version
1.2
Rating
(8)
Size
6Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
March 19, 2013
Release date
February 14, 2013
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App Store Description

Radiology Physics 300 was designed for radiology resident and radiology fellowship education. It can also be used by anyone looking to learn or refresh their knowledge of medical imaging physics. Radiology Physics 300 provides the user with 300 multiple choice questions. The questions can be taken in an 'exam mode' where the answers are provided after all questions have been answered. Alternatively, the questions can be taken in an 'answer mode' where a detailed explanation is provided after each question is answered. The 300 questions cover medical imaging fundamentals, basic imaging science and technology, radiation biology, radiation protection and the following imaging modalities: plain radiography, fluoroscopy, computed tomography, ultrasound, magnetic resonance and nuclear medicine. In addition, there are 50 interactive images provided that demonstrate various imaging artifacts.