Radiology residents have access to a multitude of educational resources, including ACVR society discussions and case studies. A more detailed learning resource is currently being developed, to include an in-training examination for all residents as they progress through their 3 or 4-year programs. On-line teaching resources spearheaded by veterinary radiologists include:
The number and quality of sustained virtual learning opportunities has skyrocketed since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The ACVR’s President Alexander recently summarized the varied extra-institutional learning initiatives sponsored by the ACVR and partner affiliates.
PLEASE NOTE: Residents need to be generating a report and receiving specific supervised feedback from a boarded radiologist for the cases to count in their clinical case logs. These rounds cannot be intended to replace involvement with clinical cases, but are nevertheless a welcome complement to resident learning.
Free Physics Training! Aimed at trainee radiologists, covering the basic science, X-ray, US, CT, MR and nuclear medicine
RSNA Resident Training Physics Modules Self-guided modules designed to supplement physics training
Bone Path Library – Brought to you by Dr. Roy Pool and Texas A&M University
VeterinaryRadiology.net – Dr. Allison Zwingenberger
Veterinary Radiology MIRC by Dr. Adrien-Maxence Hespel;
CaseConnexx– Diagnostic Imaging Resident Case Blog: IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants
Animal Insides – IDEXX telemedicine consultants
The Veterinary Radiologist – Instagram account by Dr. Joseph Amory
Antech Imaging – Multiple educational support items including cases and rounds; Contact Diane.Wilson@antechimaging services.com
Vet-CT – variety of educational opportunities including cases, rounds and courses; Contact email@example.com
Ivraimaging.org IVRA Open Education Resources. Radiology teaching materials include various infectious disease examples, challenging cases and links to other online resources
IDEXX – weekly case rounds; Contact Angela-Skidmore@idexx.com
Rounds in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (RIVDI); Dr. Mason Savage – offered bi-weekly; https://canvas.instructure.com/enroll/KNGXDY
VetMeet– A resident KCC session is offered at the annual VetMeet Summer Camp; Contact Dr. Anna Adrian firstname.lastname@example.org
ACVIM Brain Camp; Offers an advanced diagnostic imaging 6-hour course; https://www.acvim.org/continuing-education/live-education—ace-courses/acvim-north-american-neurosience-course-(brain-camp)
LADIS Equine Diagnostic Imaging Course – Dr. Beth Biscoe; email@example.com
MRI In Practice – MR Physics Course
ACVR Nuclear Medicine Society Short Course – contact Dr. Andra Voges (firstname.lastname@example.org)
https://www.imaios.com/en/vet-Anatomy an interactive atlas of veterinary anatomy based on medical imaging, under the direction of Dr. Susanne AEB Boroffka, dipl. ECVDI, PhD and Dr. Antoine Micheau, MD.
Radiographic Anatomy Software Application – Dr. Sarah Nemanic, Oregon State University. Free, web based. Covers canine, feline and equine radiographic anatomy. Study mode and a quiz mode. Requires a Gmail account to access the site, also free.
Anatomic atlas for the canine lumbosacral spine. 2nd ed. Hynes C, Carnevale M, Lay J, Jones J, Clemson University. 2017
Ultrasound Videos – North Carolina State University’s Channel on YouTube!
Limb Anatomy (CT 3D models compared to radiographs) – Dr. Alexander Zur Linden
Radiographic Variants of Normal According to Dog Breeds – Developed by University of Florida
The American College of Veterinary Radiology does not imply endorsement of a particular philosophy, product, or procedure. The scientific material and techniques linked to this website reflect the views of the presenters and have been made available by the ACVR “as is” for educational and informational purposes only.
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