- Handbook of Interventional Radiologic Procedures by Krishna Kandarpa MD, PhD & Lindsay Machan MD
- Advanced Endovascular Therapy of Aortic Disease by Alan B. Lumsden et al.
- Abrams’ Angiography: Interventional Radiology by Jeffrey Geschwind MD, Michael Dake
- The Requisites Vascular and Interventional Radiology by John A Kaufman & Michael Lee Diagnostic Imaging: Interventional Procedures by T Gregory Walker
- Articl.net: a site with key radiology journal articles organized by topic
- ACR Manual on Contrast Media: In depth coverage of various contrast agents and management of contrast reactions
- Vumedi.com: great medical videos/animations but requires an account
- CTisUS: Great website for imaging protocols
- Biodesign: The Process of Innovating Medical Technologies by Stefanos Zenios et al.
Multiple Choice Question Banks:
This is a standard way of simply building our knowledge-base over the course of residency. Doing at least 10-20 questions a week is a feasible way to augment and maintain your clinical knowledge through radiology residency.
- MKSAP: This 1200 Qbank is what medicine residents finish in about 2 years to prepare for IM boards. It also gives current guidelines and reference articles for each question.
- USMLEWorld QBank for IM Boards: This Qbank with over 950 questions used by medicine residents to prepare for IM boards.
Internal Medicine Intensive Review Courses:
Typically about 5 days in length, these courses would be a great way (after the core exam is taken) to provide a knowledge boost to get ready for a career of patient care.
- Mayo Clinic: $1200 for residents
- Harvard: $1100 for residents
- Cleveland Clinic: $1100 for residents
- UCSF: $800 for residents
- Colombia University in NY: $350 for residents
Useful Mobile Apps:
- ASCVD Risk Estimator: AHA/ACC atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease risk factor app incorporates the new AHA/ACC guidelines on lipid management, important evidence-based recommendations which directly apply to our patients with arteriovascular disease
- Current Guidelines: ACP has an app for that!
- Doctor’s Dilemma: Jeopardy style app
- Prognosis: Interactive cases where you review the H&P and select the appropriate tests and therapy followed by an explanation
- QuantiaMD: Interactive cases with community responses
- OnExam App: To help maintain and refine physical exam skills. Nicely detailed. Buerger’s test for arterial insufficiency anyone? Check it out!
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