THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 6 - Echoes Everywhere!
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Welcome to EPISODE 6 of THE PHYSICS PODCAST from RADIOLOGY JAM - Echoes Everywhere!  This week we continue our journey into MRI sequences with a particular focus on the techniques that allow FAST imaging.. spoiler alert there are a lot of echoes involved :) The FRCR Part 1 physics exam can be challenging for those new to radiology and medical physics. The aim of THE PHYSICS PODCAST by RADIOLOGY JAM is to cut through the jargon and ask those questions you wish you had!  We are starting with the hardest topic first, the one that candidates find most challenging... MRI! To save us from ..read more
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THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 5 - All about Fat!
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Welcome to EPISODE 5 of THE PHYSICS PODCAST from RADIOLOGY JAM - All about Fat!  We are back after an extended break (new jobs/renovating flats etc) This week we discuss how we can manipulate the appearance of fatty tissue on MRI to help aid our diagnostic sensitivity - it might seem like magic - but thankfully Joely Smith is here to explain it all :) The FRCR Part 1 physics exam can be challenging for those new to radiology and medical physics. The aim of THE PHYSICS PODCAST by RADIOLOGY JAM is to cut through the jargon and ask those questions you wish you had!  We are starting with ..read more
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THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 3 How we use magnets to create an image (part 2)
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Welcome to EPISODE 3 of THE PHYSICS PODCAST from RADIOLOGY JAM -How we use magnets to create an image (part 1) Following on from last weeks episode the amazing medical physicist Joely Smith explores how the signal created is converted to an image we can see on screen and interpret with our human eyes/brain! The FRCR Part 1 physics exam can be challenging for those new to radiology and medical physics. The aim of THE PHYSICS PODCAST by RADIOLOGY JAM is to cut through the jargon and ask those questions you wish you had!  We are starting with the hardest topic first, the one that candidates ..read more
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THE PHYSICS PODCAST - Series 1 MRI - Episode 1 Magnetism
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by RADIOLOGY JAM
11M ago
Welcome to THE PHYSICS PODCAST from RADIOLOGY JAM! The FRCR Part 1 physics exam can be challenging for those new to radiology and medical physics. The aim of THE PHYSICS PODCAST by RADIOLOGY JAM is to cut through the jargon and ask those questions you wish you had!  We are starting with the hardest topic first, the one that candidates find most challenging... MRI! To save us from the MRI spiral of doom is Medical Physicist Extraordinaire Joely Smith.  Joely Smith is an MR Physicist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and an Honorary Lecturer at Imperial College London. The team ..read more
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2b Trouble shooters: Cardiac CT and Cardiac MR
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11M ago
Episode 3 in our TWO B TROUBLE SHOOTERS series is CARDIAC IMAGING - Cardiac CT and Cardiac MR with Dr Ben Ariff, Cardiac Radiologist at Imperial College NHS Trust and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, London Dr Ariff completed his specialist training in general internal medicine, clinical pharmacology and radiology, providing him with a unique insight and understanding of cardiovascular imaging. He is sub-specialised in cardiovascular CT and MR. Dr Ariff is a level 3 trainer in cardiovascular CT and MR as is a course director in accredited CT and CMR courses around the wor ..read more
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2b Trouble Shooters - CARDIAC
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by RADIOLOGY JAM
11M ago
Episode 2 in our TWO B TROUBLE SHOOTERS series is CARDIAC IMAGING with Dr Ben Ariff, Cardiac Radiologist at Imperial College NHS Trust and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, London Dr Ariff completed his specialist training in general internal medicine, clinical pharmacology and radiology, providing him with a unique insight and understanding of cardiovascular imaging. He is sub-specialised in cardiovascular CT and MR. Dr Ariff is a level 3 trainer in cardiovascular CT and MR as is a course director in accredited CT and CMR courses around the world. He has hands-on experien ..read more
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2b Trouble Shooters - SPINE
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11M ago
Welcome to the first "2b trouble shooters" episode.  You asked and we delivered! SPINES! Despite its perceived difficulty MRI Spines are a FAIR exam case. As they are a common and an expected on-call scan and you should have a safe and logical method when reporting spinal MR.  You need to know what a normal spine looks like on each sequence. This is achieved by understanding the basic anatomy of the cord and associated spaces, the intervertebral discs and associated spaces, the vertebrae themselves and last but not least the paraspinal soft tissues.  Our 2b TROUBLESHOOTING episo ..read more
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MSK
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11M ago
Welcome to The FRCR TWO B PODCAST from Radiology Jam.  Our 6th episode is MSK or  Musculoskeletal Imaging! MSK imaging forms the bulk of the FRCR 2b exam, from rapids to long cases and also in the viva, there a some classic cases you just have to know! Learn the common skeletal manifestations of systemic diseases such as sickle cell or hyperparathyroidism, learn the common traumatic injuries to the knee and learn various arthritis that can affect the hand - these often come up! This podcast is the work of the Radiology Jam Team, but could not have been created without the guidance of ..read more
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GU - Genitourinary Imaging
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Welcome back to THE FRCR TWO B PODCAST from RADIOLOGY JAM, Episode 5: GU - Genitourinary Imaging!  GU Imaging for the 2b exam is relatively concise - especially compared to the mammoth GI or gastrointestinal imaging chapters. Imaging of the renal tract is a large section of GU Imaging and part of the bread and butter of core radiology training so most candidates find this relatively straightforward.  However for some candidates gynaecological imaging, and pelvic MRI in particular, is intimidating! I highly recommend reviewing some pelvic MRI at your local institution and if this is n ..read more
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GI
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by RADIOLOGY JAM
11M ago
Welcome to The FRCR TWO B PODCAST from Radiology Jam. Our fourth episode is GI or Gastro-Intestinal Imaging! GI is perhaps the most accessible of all 2b cases, after all acute abdominal CTs are what you see day in and day out oncall. There are multiple organs to check, each with a limited number of signs to look out for, but dont be fooled for each sign the differential list can be quite long so be ready with your top three and have the rest of the differentials in your backpocket! It is always worth considering is there a syndrome or association that links this case together?If it seems too s ..read more
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