Interactive Teaching Atlas of Urologic Imaging, CD-ROM
Complete with 102 cases, this CD-ROM tests the user's ability to interpret images and reach accurate diagnoses of urologic disorders such as stone disease and obstruction; urinary tract infection; solid renal neoplasms; renal cystic disease; transitional cell carcinoma; upper and lower urinary tract trauma; nephrographic abnormalities; adrenal abnormalities, and more.
Each case opens with the patient history and images. An easy-to-access menu enables the user to choose an appropriate diagnosis from a short list. Accompanying text reviews the radiologic findings, the diagnosis, as well as the differential diagnosis. The program keeps a running score of correct and incorrect responses and provides explanations for each answer, helping the user both track progress and know which areas require further study.
65 videos sequences of CT, MRI, and ultrasound examinations, complete with slide bar feature that enables the user to control image sequence as if viewing the original study
An interactive program that recreates the traditional one-on-one viewbox learning by providing feedback on the user's correct and incorrect answers
User-friendly menu with search function allows user to review cases either as unknowns, by specific diagnosis, or in random order
High-quality color artwork illustrates key concepts in anatomy and pathology
This state-of-the-art CD-ROM guarantees a stimulating educational experience for practicing physicians, residents and medical students seeking a firm understanding of all radiologic concepts pertaining to urology.
Dr. Robert Older has formed Urologic Multimedia Inc., to develop state-of-the-art uroradiology learning programs. All uroradiology programs are designed to take advantage of the multimedia computer. These uroradiology programs were designed for practicing Urologists, Radiologists, Nephrologists as well as residents in these fields. More information about these and other online programs is available on his website, www.uroradiology.net.
Minimum System Requirements:
Windows® 2000 or XP
750 MHz Intel Pentium III processor [or equivalent] or later
256 MB RAM