* Now compatible with iOS 8 *
RealWorld Radiology is your ultimate guide to the basics of thoracic imaging. Learn to read chest X-rays in no time and discover the most frequent diagnoses through multiple fully annotated examples.
RealWorld Radiology currently features more than 70 real-world cases (with more coming for free every month!) each containing:
- High-resolution X-rays
- All appropriate series (posterioranterior, lateral, expiratory, etc.)
- Clinical information regarding the patient and mode of presentation
- Detailed radiologic interpretation
- Drawings of every radiological finding right on the X-ray
Our cases have been especially selected for their high pedagogical value and real-world representativeness. They can be classified either by diagnosis (e.g. pneumonia, atelectasis, pulmonary fibrosis) or by actual radiological finding (e.g. alveolar opacities, interstitial opacities, silhouette sign), making the learning of the differential diagnosis easier than ever while keeping each case easy to find for quick access.
Test your knowledge with the Quiz mode and check if what you see matches the radiologist's findings.
All in all, RealWorld Radiology is your ideal reference for example-based learning or quick on-the-spot study while waiting for your attending.
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
- New Quiz mode
- iOS 8 compatibility
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
A great learning tool
This app had great clear and crisp images and looked great using an IPad mini without retina display. I found it useful in learning respiratory pathologies compared to x-ray images. Each pathology is color coded on each slide and angle by simply selecting the pathology.
Not worth the money. Most of the xrays are just duplicates of previous ones to make it look like they have more than they do. I've had this app for awhile now and have not seen more images added like they advertise. This would be a great free app
What was originally a very helpful app for students is no longer is functional on the iPhone. The text that describes the x-ray does not show up any more, so you do not get the descriptive language that was (in my opinion) the best thing about the app. Emailed them and was told they were working on it, but that it still works in the iPad, which I don't have. That was weeks ago, and still no change. Don't waste your money until they fix it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.