Cardiac anatomy for radiology

It is that time of year again – the new first year radiology trainees are all buried deep in their anatomy text books. Roll on the first part of the FRCR exams – anatomy and physics.

I do a lecture on cardiac anatomy for our local group and have made them into a series of lectures on you tube. Not all are finished yet but here are links to what is on YouTube so far.

Part 1 – cardiac chambers

Part 2 – cardiac valves

Part 3 – great vessels

Part 4 – coronary arteries

Part 5 – pericardium

Part 6 – standard views

Part 7 – other imaging modalities

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