Development and utilization of a web-based application as a robust radiology teaching tool (radstax) for medical student anatomy teaching.

@article{Colucci2015DevelopmentAU,
  title={Development and utilization of a web-based application as a robust radiology teaching tool (radstax) for medical student anatomy teaching.},
  author={Philip G Colucci and Petro Kostandy and William R. Shrauner and Elizabeth Kagan Arleo and Michele Fuortes and Andrew S Griffin and Yun-Han Huang and Krishna Juluru and A. John Tsiouris},
  journal={Academic radiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={247-55}
}
Rationale and Objectives: The primary role of radiology in the preclinical setting is the use of imaging to improve students' understanding of anatomy. Many currently available Web-based anatomy programs include either suboptimal or overwhelming levels of detail for medical students.Our objective was to develop a user-friendly software program that anatomy instructors can completely tailor to match the desired level of detail for their curriculum, meets the unique needs of the first- and the… CONTINUE READING

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