Learn Abdominal Radiology

Educational website for students, trainees, and healthcare providers

New Abdominal CT comic on Radiopaedia!

How to read Abdominal CT

Annotated cases, videos, templates and more!

Abdominal CT 101

24 annotated teaching cases of essential pathology

Virtual Elective

5-day virtual elective for students and trainees

Next steps

Closed-loop obstruction

Online lecture with interactive cases

Renal pathology

26 teaching cases cover core renal pathology on CT

Case collections

Fill in the gaps with these focused, high-yield case collections

Radiology Reporting

Reporting tips, RG manuscript, and lectures

CT Basecamp

Teaching case archive

For Educators

Resources for being a rockstar teacher

Essentials of Abdominal CT

Master the essentials of reading abdominal CT

Masterclass: Common Pathologies

Acute abdomen and cancer imaging

Masterclass: Trauma

Release planned for summer of 2022

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Medmastery featured lectures

Abdominal planes on CT

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Evaluating the liver

Evaluating the arteries

Identifying acute appendicitis

Detecting Diverticulitis

Diagnosing SBO

Diagnosing HCC

Identifying solid organ injuries

Diagnosing spleen, liver, pancreas injuries

Evaluating bowel and mesenteric trauma

Investigating pelvic fractures

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Lecture library: Online collection of selected lectures

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Content on this website is provided for educational purposes only and for use by medical professionals. It should not be used for self-diagnosis or self-treatment, nor does it constitute medical advice. It is not intended as a substitute for independent professional medical care. Institutions, hospitals, and providers may differ in their specific practices. No part of this curriculum is intended to replace proper medical training through graded supervision.