At SIIM 2014, mobile technology was a hot topic. See the apps presented by a mobile technology expert here.
With over a million apps in the app store, finding a valuable radiology app can be a daunting process. At SIIM 2014, Woojin Kim, MD, assistant professor of radiology, hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, divided apps into categories and called out a few worth checking out. Here is a brief list:
Case Reviews: helps prepare for radiology boards.
iRadiology: quick review of classic radiology cases.
Radiology 2.0: One Night in the ED: presents teaching files.
Radiopaedia: explores medical imaging material.
Ctisus iQuiz: quizzes on radiology topics.
AIRP Syllabus: syllabus lecture materials.
Diagnostic Radiology: dynamic approach to abdominal radiology.
IMAIOS e-Anatomy: atlas of human anatomy for radiologists.
Chest Radiology Differential Diagnosis Lists: differential diagnosis lists.
Calculator – Bone Age
Bone Age: Gilsanz and Ratib digital hand bone age atlas.
RadRef – Normal Values in Diagnostic Imaging: access the normal range of frequent measurements.
iMRI: library of MRI acronyms.
MRI Simulator: simulates MRIs.
iRad MRI: vendor free protocols.
iRad Xrays: positioning and anatomy atlas.
Multimedia and Navigation
mskNAV: learning and navigating musculoskeletal ultrasound.
Mobile MIM: viewing, registration, fusion or display for diagnostic imaging.