8 Sep, 2011  |  Written by  |  under Images, Radiology

As a radiologist, you have probably seen some pretty interesting things. People come in to be x-rayed for any number of strange accidents. X-rays help doctors and surgeons pinpoint the type of break that might need to be fixed — and where strange objects might be lodged in the body.

Of course, most radiology technicians don’t see the most unusual images out there. For most radiologists, the craziest thing you are likely to see is something swallowed or stuck up the nose by a kid — or, for adults, the results of a freak home improvement accident.  Luckily, though, we have the Internet to help us find the truly bizarre. Here are 25 of the most unusual x-ray images on the Web:

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13 Jul, 2011  |  Written by  |  under Radiology

If you are a student of radiology or choosing between radiology degree programs, getting an education to supplement an education can seem a timely and costly thing. Paying high subscription fees or even going to the library and searching the shelves for relevant radiology reading isn’t for everyone. But if you have interest access, it can be for you.

To help the overachiever, we have gathered top 30 radiology journals and publications. Many of these offer loads of free online options, including the latest news, studies, and more. Even those confident in their medical education will enjoy all the extras that some offer such as videos, podcasts, and online forums.

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7 Jul, 2010  |  Written by  |  under Radiology

If looking to start or advance a career in radiology, the competition can be stiff. With positions in x-ray, CT, MRI, ultrasound, mammogram, and many more, the world of radiology can be confusing. To help, we have gathered the top 100 radiologist bloggers. Everyone from students to doctors weigh in on the subject.

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