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Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology Mobile Medicine Apps

Learning to read x-rays, MRI and CT scans, and other diagnostic images takes practice. For studying on-the-go, many may find mobile medicine apps to be the most convenient and easily-accessible way to learn. Here are some radiology and diagnostic imaging apps that have been well-reviewed and may be useful when studying for exams or when assessing diagnostic images.

You can learn more about mobile medicine trends in radiology from this article (Free, open access journal): Radiology smartphone applications: Current provisions and cautions by Rodrigues, et. al.

Find more mobile apps in the Becker Mobile Medicine Libguide: http://beckerguides.wustl.edu/mobileresources

 

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