ESR eBook for Undergraduate Education in Radiology

The eBook for Undergraduate Education in Radiology is a project developed by the Education Committee and the Undergraduate Education Subcommittee of the European Society of Radiology. This eBook has been created to serve medical students, but also residents in their first year(s) of training, as well as academic teachers throughout Europe to understand and teach radiology as a whole coherent discipline, respectively.

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Authors: Pedro Gil Oliveira, Filipe Caseiro-Alves

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Authors: Kyra van Rijn, Jaap Stoker

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Authors: Anisha Bhagwanani, Vivienne Eze, Stuart Taylor

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Author: Üstün Aydıngöz

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Author: Carlo Catalano

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Authors: Maria Raissaki, Ignasi Barber, Jean-François Chateil, Julian Jürgens, Rutger Nievelstein, Annie Paterson, Michael Paddock, William Ramsden, Andrea Rossi, Aurelio Secinaro, Susan Shelmerdine, Samuel Stafrace, Eilish Twomey

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Authors: Jonathan Cohen, Caroline Ewertsen

About

The eBook for Undergraduate Education in Radiology is a project developed by the Education Committee and the Undergraduate Education Subcommittee of the ESR.

This eBook has been created to serve medical students, but also residents in their first year(s) of training, as well as academic teachers throughout Europe to understand and teach radiology as a whole coherent discipline, respectively. Its contents are based on the Undergraduate Level of the ESR European Training Curriculum for Radiology and summarize the so-called core elements that may be considered as the basics that every medical student should be familiar with. Although specific radiologic diagnostic skills for image interpretation cannot be acquired by all students and rather belong to the learning objectives of the Postgraduate Levels of the ESR Training Curricula, the present eBook also contains some further insights related to modern imaging in the form of examples of key pathologies, as seen by the different imaging modalities. These are intended to give not only interested undergraduate students but also radiology residents an understanding of modern radiology, reflecting its multidisciplinary character as an organ-based specialty.


Core Knowledge
Core Knowledge
    Further Knowledge
Further Knowledge


This project was initiated by the former ESR Education Committee Chair, Prof. Carlo Catalano, together with Prof. Andrea Laghi and Prof. András Palkó, and realised under the guidance of the current ESR Education Committee Chair, Prof. Minerva Becker.

This is an ongoing project and new chapters will be added in the future.

We sincerely hope that this eBook, created with huge efforts by the foremost radiological experts on the continent, will serve teachers and students and will help in understanding radiology as a dynamic and compelling discipline. We would like to extend our special thanks to the authors!  
 

Table of Contents

More chapters are to follow soon aiming to cover the content of the ESR Curriculum for Radiological Undergraduate Training: 

1. Principles of Radiation Biology and Radiation Protection

2. Principles of Imaging Techniques

a. X-Ray

b. Ultrasound

c. Computed Tomography

d. Magnetic Resonance

e. Nuclear Medicine

3. Contrast media in Radiology

4. Breast Imaging

5. Cardiac and Vascular Imaging

a. Cardiac Imaging

b. Vascular Imaging

6. Chest Imaging

7. Gastro-intestinal Imaging

a. Large Bowel

b. Small Bowel

8. Abdominal Imaging

a. Liver Imaging

b. Bile Ducts Imaging

c. Pancreas and Spleen Imaging

9. Gynaecological and Obstetric Imaging

10. Head and Neck Imaging

11. Interventional Radiology

12. Musculoskeletal Imaging

13. Neuroradiology

14. Paediatric Radiology

15. Urogenital Radiology

16. Endocrine System