- Imaging Sites on the WWW -- Links from the Univ. of Iowa
- Radiology Links -- From AuntMinnie.com
- Physiologic Imaging -- From the University of Iowa
- Radiology Anatomy Teaching Modules -- From the University of Washington, Department of Radiology
- Radiology Web Lab -- From the University of Washington
Online Educational Tools -- image banks, and more! Good source for images to transfer.
- X-Rays from Medline Plus -- includes some tutorials
- Radiation Exposure from Medline Plus
- Neuroradiology Teaching Files
- MyPACS.net Teaching File Management System
- RadiologyInfo -- resource for patients
- SRX-X Educational Resource
- Whole Brain Atlas from MIT
Go to Medical Gross Anatomy and search for an image to transfer for Exercise 4. "Insert an Image"
Cabrillo College Sites
FOR WEBSITES CONSIDER...
Consider the source--Use recognized authorities. Know who is responsible for the content.
Focus on quality-- All Web sites are not created equal. Does the site have an editorial board? Is the information reviewed before it is posted?
Be a cyberskeptic--Quackery abounds on the Web. Does the site make health claims that seem too good to be true? Does the information use deliberately obscure, "scientific" sounding language? Does it promise quick, dramatic, miraculous results? Is this the only site making these claims?
Look for the evidence--Rely on medical research, not opinion. Does the site identify the author? Does it rely on testimonials?
Check for currency--Look for the latest information Is the information current?
Beware of bias--What is the purpose? Who is providing the funding? Who pays for the site?
Consult with your health professional--Patient/provider partnerships lead to the best medical decisions.
Source: MedlinePlus Guide to Healthy Web Surfing 2014