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1.FRCR Anatomy Mock exams by Radiology Vibes: It would be too humble of us if we didn’t mention our comprehensive Anatomy mock exams. 3000 images covering almost all the questions that can be asked by FRCR or any Radiology anatomy exam! In-depth performance analysis and personalized feedback for each candidate. The Normal anatomical variants gallery is extremely high yield for FRCR exams.
2.E-anatomy: One of the best available online anatomy atlases. The android and IOS app is highly recommended, even for day to day radiological practice.
3.w-radiology: Free to view labelled radiological anatomy images.
4.MRI Master: Free labelled images of whole body anatomy on MRI.
5.Musculoskeletal MRI by Dr Alex Freitas : Free labelled scrollable images for learning MRI musculoskeletal anatomy.
6.Stanford MSK MRI Atlas: Another valuable website for musculoskeletal MRI anatomy.
7.Radiology Café: One of the popular websites for free anatomy practice tests.
8.Radiological Anatomy telegram channel: Dedicated Telegram channel for Imaging anatomy, specially for FRCR, EDIR exams and MD/DNB/DMRD Radiology residents.
1.Radiology - Integrated Training Initiative (R-ITI): It is an e-learning resource prepared by the Royal College of Radiologists and provides a great learning platform for radiology including self-assessment. With more than 650 hours of e-learning and 800 e-learning sessions, it is highly recommended for FRCR preparation. The only drawback is the high subscription fee.
2.MRIQuestions.com: One of the most detailed analysis of MRI Physics online. It is presented in a question-answer approach for learning MRI physics. It is one of the best reference for MRI physics and further reading.
3.Magnetic Resonance - Technology Information Portal (MR-TIP): Yet another good online resource for revising MRI Physics.
4.Pass FRCR : Free anatomy and physics questions for last week revision.
5.XrayPhysics.com: Useful topics on MRI physics, CT physics, X-ray physics, and Ultrasound physics along with review questions to practice.
6.FRCRexam.org : 5 paid FRCR physics mock tests.
7.MRI Physics Video playlist by Dr. Lipton (Albert Einstein College of Medicine) : 58 videos on MRI physics spanning over 20 hours!
1.Songs 4 FRCR: Radiology FRCR 2A Revision: A superb audio podcast that is specifically created for FRCR 2A revision. You can listen to their lectures and FRCR 2A MCQ tips during your commute to work.
2.Radiopaedia: One of the largest collections of Radiology cases and articles online. The format of the articles are extremely helpful in preparing for FRCR 2A & 2B exams.
3.Radiology - Integrated Training Initiative (R-ITI): It is an e-learning resource prepared by the Royal College of Radiologists and provides a great learning platform for radiology including self-assessment. With more than 650 hours of e-learning and 800 e-learning sessions, it is highly recommended for FRCR preparation. The only drawback is the high subscription fee.
4.Radiology Assistant: This is the educational site of the Radiological Society of the Netherlands. The detailed content in this website is second to none!
5.Radiographics: It is said that if you have reviewed the relevant Radiographics Journal articles, then you have a high probability to pass FRCR 2A. These articles are of great value for all exams as well as daily radiological practice.
1.Radiopedia Rapids: 7 free packets of rapid reporting with 30 cases per set.
2.AMA radiology: FRCR 2B specific courses and cases
3.FRCR Longs: High resolution dicom images for long cases. They also have rapid reporting sets.
4.Rad exams: 50 Rapid reporting packets.
5.Revise Radiology: Comprehensive course with online guidance
6.Radiology Jam: Audio podcast for FRCR 2B preparation that you can listen to during commute to work.