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Daniel J. Kowal, MD
Radiology Lectures
Radiologist Headquarters
Radiology education. Simplified.
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4.8 stars from 100 ratings
Some of the best teaching in radiology…shows pertinent findings, shows you what to look for and how to differentiate it from other Dx, search patterns, mnemonics, and ways to understand it from a first principles description! From Cases of the week to 5 Case in 5 minutes rapid reviews, he has it...Read full review »
DangerouslyFaithful via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/30/21
Best Radiology podcast!
As a junior doctor who aspires to be a radiologist, I find your podcasts super helpful, concise and yet well explained. Love you sense of humour as well when you try to keep it light at times :) One of the best podcasts out there! Can watch and learn a lot in five minutes, while on the train or...Read full review »
Dr. NNA via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/22/20
Cant believe I just discovered this gem! Great classic differentials , more tailored for juniors, excellent for quick reviews! I see no more podcasts have been published for a while please bring them back!
Manecya via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/17/20
Recent Episodes
In this radiology lecture, we review the ultrasound appearance of Achilles tendinosis, partial thickness tears and full thickness tears through four unique cases. Key teaching points include: * Achilles tendon is strongest in body. Originates from soleus and gastrocnemius muscles, inserts...
Published 07/29/22
In this radiology lecture, we review the ultrasound appearance of adenomyosis through three unique cases, including an MRI example. Key teaching points include: * Adenomyosis results from ectopic endometrial tissue in myometrium. Leads to dysfunctional smooth muscle hyperplasia/hypertrophy...
Published 06/29/22
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