Interactive Radiology

PrintPrintEmailEmailPDFPDF

Interactive Radiology

Interactive Radiology is a program designed for standalone software or a web based tutorial. The whole, program covers two modules in chest radiology designed for general practitioners. While users can choose where he/she may want to sart, it is advisable to start from module 1 as it provides input on the basics of chest radiology.

There are several ways that a user can interact with the software. User can click hypertexts to generate additional information or to focus attention to radiographics structures. The most important features though are resizable negatoscopes and image sliders. These two features give users a chance to view a bigger version of a plate being studied.

Pre and post test also provides users with interesting opportunity to interact with the content.

This is a joint project of Department of Health  and UP Telehealth Center  funded by World Health Organization.