"Radiology, this is Dr. Gray"

"Radiology, this is Dr. Gray" "What are the findings on the patient in 13?"

I am a person too. Say hi. Introduce yourself. Give me some context. I don't know any room numbers. Give me a name. Has the patient even finished being scanned yet? No? Well then can I have a minute please?

"Radiology, this is Dr. Gray" "Can I get a quick read on XX"

Do you think I'm not already going as fast as I can with the 100 studies I read per night? Do I not always call you when it's done? If it's taking a while, there is a good reason.

"Radiology, this is Dr. Gray, calling about your patient X,X. It's negative." "Oh I was pretty sure it would be, but CYA ya know"

K, thanks for wasting my time and hospital resources.

I'm at the end of my rope. I get no positive feedback from anyone. I don't get to feel I have helped anyone. No one listens to my recommendations. Like IT, no one cares what I do until I mess up. I feel like a faceless, nameless, overworked cog in a terrible machine.

ADDENDUM: Thank you all for your kinds words of support and encouragement. Nearing the end of a very busy night float block, the sleep deprivation and dehumanizing nature of modern medicine had gotten to me. I appreciate the position I have been granted, privilege of caring for patients and being part of the team, and the things the referring clinicians do that I am no longer responsible for. We are all in this together. Be excellent to each other.

I would like to address the common comment I saw regarding speaking to radiologist in person. I absolutely agree, many radiologist run from clinicians. I do not want to be that radiologist and would like to offer some tips for approaching flighty radiologists and general reading room etiquette.

  1. When calling, give the identifier and what exam you are referring to up front. Pause until the study is pulled up. Then continue. I cannot hear anything you say between the patient name and the scan being pulled up.

  2. When coming to the reading room, make your presence and purpose known and then grab a chair about 6 feet away. As soon as I finish my train of thought or reach a stopping point in my search pattern, I am more than happy to help. Search patterns in radiology are monumentally important. Without search patterns important things are missed.

Anyway, back to the grind.

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The radiology waiting room in local hospital has the usual naff floral decor, except... they’re x-rays.
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New radiology interview format this year released - thoughts?

There is apparently a new format for the radiology interviews tomorrow, just sent out, as:

  1. Comittment to speciality - 2 minutes
  2. Coping with pressure and managing uncertainty - 5 minutes
  3. Team involvement - 5 minutes
  4. Attributes and skills - 2 minutes

Coping with pressure and managing uncertainty is part of the person specification, but seems strange to spend a third of the interview on it?

Also doesn't seem like much focus on radiology specifics, or even portfolio things, more on 'soft skills', like teamwork, communication and so on.

Thoughts?

Note - not encouraging people to share thier actual questions and breach their non-disclosure agreement - this is info freely available to all applicants.

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Interest in radiology/chances?

Hi fellow members of the community,

Been a long time lurker here, just wanted to make a post and see if any of you guys can give some honest advice and guidance. I will get straight to the point. I recently received my Step 1/COMLEX 1 score (239/639). Always had an interest in radiology and don't get me wrong, I know I don't have the most competitive scores but was wondering:

  1. If there are any members here that can shed a light on my chances?
  2. Things I can do now to help my chances?

Any advice would be truly appreciated!

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Opinions on radiology application process/interview

Now that interviews are over was wondering what people thought about the application/interview process.

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Plastics or Diagnostic Radiology?

Just want to say that I feel very grateful I can even be having this conflict. Med school has not been easy and has been a lot of hard work that has luckily paid off. Want to get people's opinions on plastics vs diagnostic radiology and hear about your experience.

Background: Almost done with my third year and getting ready to take step2 within the coming month. Have been working for plastics since starting medical school. Go to a mid-tier school and have Step1 255-260, junior AOA, 4/5 Honors with very high shelf scores. Lots of research and leadership roles within plastics at my school, no home program here though. Also trying to couples match, my partner does not want to go into a competitive specialty.

Am finishing up IM wards and feel burnt out for the first time in med school. I hate going in on the weekends and writing long notes and worrying about people's sodium levels. I know IM is not for me but am wondering if the long hours are also not for me.

Pro for plastics: Really like the personalities at my home program. Hard working people that are fun and helpful all around. I love the surgeries and feel like time goes by very fast in the OR. Whenever I get to suture or actually help in a surgery, I feel like I had a great day. Great potential income.

Cons for plastics: The personalities that apply to plastics are type-A, competitive, and make it a point to prove that they are better than you. I am wondering if people are still like this once they are residents and attendings or if I just have a skewed sample. I would want to work with people that treat you like teammates instead of competition. Long surgical residency. Would like to have kids and a life and am wondering if I would have to give that up for a handful of years while I train. Difficult to couple's match and may end up somewhere far away from family.

Pro for Radiology: Would be easier to couples match since there are more programs and I would be a good applicant. Laid back personalities. Get to take vacations and work on their own time. Great potential income although less than plastics maybe? I enjoyed M1 and M2 and like studying for tests and working at my own pace.

Con for Radiology: Have not done a rotation with rads but maybe reading scans every day for the rest of my life may be boring compared to the diversity seen in plastics. May feel like I am missing out on a career in plastics which I have worked really hard for. Doing a prelim year in

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Radiology interviews - what to expect this year with the virtual format

Anyone got any ideas what we are expecting this year with the virtual 'single 15 min station'. Feels so hard to prepare when its so different to previous years!

Any radiology STs got any words of wisdom?
Do we know how many people they interview compared to places available?

Anyone want to join me in my haze of uncertain anxiety? :)

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Radiology ST1 Oriel Update

Oriel has just updated the ST1 Radiology application status.

Mine has gone from β€œlonglist” to β€œshortlisted reserve”

Anyone got a interview ?

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Why does a little wrist support cost $450 but radiology 70 bucks? They shouldve just told me to buy one at the cvs. imgur.com/gallery/kNA7uIf
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Do you still get to see general neurology patients if you subspecialize (e.g. neurointerventional radiology)?

Part of what makes neurology appealing is working up a complex diagnosis.

Does subspecializing (especially in procedural subspecialties like NIR) mean that you no longer get to see the bread and butter of neurology or those rare and exciting cases?

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Best part of working in radiology is using my iPhone 12 Pro Max to test the X-ray tube. I figured I’d share the insides! Look at the sensor shift stabilizer around the 3rd camera.
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Radiology Portfolio Scores

Just had my portfolio score back. 9/10 which is the same as I’d scored myself.

How did you all do? Any surgery-esque discrepancies?

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horse X-Rays and radiology reports xrays.horse/examinations/
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MS4 that matched into Radiology. Not very interested in procedures. Can they be avoided in residency? In practice? Are there fellowships that lend themselves to having less procedures?

I'm sure I'll have to learn the basic procedures in residency, but would be happy no never do them again :)

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Radiology MSRA Scores

Hi there,

Thought we could compile a list of scores to better assess this years take.

Post your score (total and split) and outcome

Edit: and how much prep you did!

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Interventional Radiology vs Vascular Surgery

Which specialty has more support, resources available, and versatility? All considerations welcome. It seems like vascular surgeons always will be king in vascular medicine and management, but the coolest stuff that I see regarding potential advancements and new methods seem to come from IR, not VS. At the same time, IR seems to have less support and credibility because of its lack of a unique domain for managing patients. These are the specialties I am stuck between for residency application.

I love endovascular work, and I believe there will be an abundance of it in the future, but I wouldn’t want my career to be a constant uphill battle in trying to provide endovascular care and management as an IR vs VS physician.

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Radiology brought to you by popular TV shows v.redd.it/24lluw13vpi61
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Radiology chances, DO student

Hi everyone!

Just wanted to see my chances of getting into a rads residency in the Northeast and Midwest/Central US region. I am currently a 3rd year DO student!

Stats

Step1: 239, Level1: 554 (had to take during Obgyn rotation, so score suffered). Haven't taken Step2/Level2.

Honors in peds,FM,psych. HP in Obgyn. No other grades atm.

I have one case study presentation, but no publishments.

Only one letter of rec so far in FM, as I just didn't connect with any other attending, but hoping to get a letter in Rads 4th year.

Also, what are your opinions on having 2+ Rads sub-i's?

Thanks peeps and keep crushing.

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New radiology research shows promising results for focused ultrasound treatment of Alzheimer’s wvutoday.wvu.edu/stories/…
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Radiology programme preferencing dates

Hi guys, probably not what everyone is worrying about during the interview period but has anyone had any information about preferencing radiology programmes? The application handbook says the preferencing period was 1st-17th March, but I've not had any emails about it, nor can I find any way to do it on Oriel.

Is everyone else in the same boat?

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Thomas Jefferson Radiology

I made a post yesterday about how much I liked training there. Some people asked questions about the program in the comments but then the mods took the post down.

I'm not sure why. I did mention that I thought we got better training than another program in Philadelphia (will rename unnamed). Seems like a bad reason to take down a post since "name and shame" is a game that the mods love to play these days.

If you are finalizing your rank list you should consider ranking TJUH highly!

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Radiology lectures/YouTubes/FOAMed resources?

I really struggle with radiology. Looking at sites like Radiopedia are helpful but sometimes I just don't understand what specifically I am looking at - wish they did arrows or something specifically to point at what it is I am supposed to be seeing lol.

Are there any good online lectures or YouTube video channels or other forms of FOAMed so I can better understand imaging please?

Thanks

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Do I still have a chance at Diagnostic Radiology? Interest in Midwest schools.

Hi everyone,

I am at a cross-road of med school career where I have to choose a specialty to put all my chips on the table. I am deciding between EM or Radiology. I just received my step 1 score 1 week ago and it was a 243, which is slightly above the average for Radiology, however, I don't really have anything else to potentially make me competitive.

I was at the bottom 1/3 of my class, 3/5 most of the time in clinicals, virtually no research experience/publications. So be honest with me, what are my chances at landing a mid-tier, low-high-tier Midwest radiology program?

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They put self pay snacks for the employees at the radiology clinic where I work. It has a fridge full of beer.
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Matching into Radiology

How difficult is it for a US IMG to match into radiology? Like what kind of average step scores are needed? Do they even look at US IMG’s for rads without any publications?

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Interventional Radiology Pre-op labs

My department is attempting to reduce the amount of preop lab work we obtain. I am doing research outside of reddit and I am currently talking to other IR departments on my hospital chain (they all run a little differently).

But it can't hurt to ask here. What pre-op labs are required in your IR department? I know it will vary by procedure but the standard labs my department gets are PT/INR, BMP, and CBC.

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A little veterinary radiology for you.
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Interventional radiology lifestyle, is it worth it?

I’m seriously considering interventional radiology as a career but I had some concerns regarding the lifestyle as a consultant.

I enjoy working hard but the interventional radiologists at my hospital always seem to be in on the weekends and staying late to do procedures. This seems to be exacerbated by the fact that it’s usually the consultant on their own rather than a team of juniors.

My alternative careers include general surgery, urology or anaesthesia so hard work and late hours isn’t a deterrent. However, in these specialities, there’s usually a reg/SHO that is physically present in the hospital to do the grunt work whereas this isn’t the case with IR.

I wanted to hear from people on here if they though the career and lifestyle is tolerable as a consultant and worth the work?

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Best Radiology Training programmes across the country

Hi, can someone please advise regarding radiology training programmes in different deaneries. I am not looking for a particular geographical area and would like to apply to a deanery that offers the best training. Also please share your thoughts about academy vs traditional programmes.

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Want to do Radiology but worried I might regret it

Hey guys! I recently started considering a career in radiology and I have done a taster week but a part of me is still scared that I might regret it, the taster week doesn’t feel enough to actually give me a proper insight into the career and I feel like I’m choosing blindly still. Even though I think radiology is a really interesting career, I honestly did find the taster just a LITTLE boring but every trainee I ask loves it so I feel like clearly a couple of days around the department is not actually a proper representation of what life as a radiologist is actually like. Radiology is quite competitive and I want to be sure enough to dedicate my time into my portfolio but its like a voice in the back of my head keeps asking if I am sure I want to do this and what if I end up regretting my decision when I do get into Radiology? Ive always wanted to do Medicine but after being in Medicine for God knows how long now due to redeployment, I lowkey find it such a miserable life and as much as I love patient contact and the excitement of medicine, i’m not sure medicine is worth it for me. I have thought of GP but its really not for me unfortunately. Im not sure how I began to consider Radiology recently, I think it was very random. With time I just started to really appreciate radiologists and one day I asked myself why I never considered it - thats it lol. I do plan to do another taster and I have a friend who is a radiology consultant who is more than happy for me to spend time with her during my F3 but applications are only a few months into my f3 and I should have sorted my portfolio out before that. My question is for people applying to radiology or any radiology trainees, have you ever felt a bit unsure about your decision given the lack of representation of radiology during Foundation training?

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Radiology LTFT

Does anyone know how easy it would be to do LTFT training in Radiology? Specifically for Category 2 reasons e.g. religious role/training, opportunities for personal/professional development etc.

Is this quite common in Radiology?

What things have people in LTFT been able to pursue in addition to their training?

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A little radiology [meme] for you guys
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So how do we feel about midlevels taking it upon themselves to act as their own radiologist and use POCUS to decide whether or not formal imaging is necessary? I'm curious what the radiology world thinks. Also what are your plans for when RNs/NPs put half of us out of work with the Butterfly system? reddit.com/r/SheepofWallS…
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Opinions on radiology self-assessment scoring

How has the self-assessment scoring affected everyone or how do you think it will affect applications this year?

Personally it has affected me in the way that I couldn’t logistically get everything completed by end of November partially due to COVID, whereas previous years could get everything completed just before interviews.

If it is marked out of 40 - each point would be 4 marks which is significant, especially considering its 33%.

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Radiology should be a core rotation

If the point of rotating through multiple specialties is to get a better understanding of how these fields operate/be better able to communicate and consult with them in the future, radiology should 100% be a core rotation. It interacts with every specialty except psych and path.

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Measuring volumes in radiology

Hey all, basic question here...

How do you measure volumes in radiology?

Does it depend on the clinical situation (eg tumor vs hemorrhage)? If so, are there specific equations for these situations?

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What's up with Radiology?

Anyone got an invite or offer? MSRA score?

My thing just progressed to interview, no further info.

EDIT: sorry I literally posted the same thing at the same time as someone else. Oh the anticipation!

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What sort of letters of recommendation should I bet shooting for in Diagnostic Radiology?

Hi all, I'm applying next year and was wondering what to do with respect to letters. I've been able to wrangle 3 top notch radiology letters and two of them will attempt to give their take on our interactions from a clinical perspective, though in rads it's hard. I've worked with these folks for several years on a lot of projects and they are from three different top 10 medical school programs. I also have 1 letter from my FM rotation to talk about my clinical prowess. My FM rotation LOVED me and was eager for me to do elective time there so I asked him for a letter, but he surprisingly turned it around in like a day. My worry is that it was a bit of a rush job, but who knows.

My concern is about rads heavy letter packet. I do have my PhD and want to be in a research-heavy place, but not sure if 3 letters from rads with whom I've done lots of research projects with is TOO much. I did really well so far in third year and got wonderful clinical comments on all my rotations which should make their way into my MSPE letter (mostly from residents), but I wonder if I should be gunning for at least one more clinical letter?

I've all of sudden begun to freak out if prelim programs won't want to take me because I'll have have is the FM and MSPE letter talking about my clinical skills. Our rotations have been reduced to 4 weeks and we swap services so it's very hard to get an attending to write you anything meaningful. Would love to hear some thoughts on this!!

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Shortlisted Reserve for Radiology

kinda' bummed. Any success stories? Can i assume if i don't get an interview invite by Friday then i'll need to settle for applying next year - since interviews are literally next week? :/

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First ultrasound was in the lab and radiology department and not the obgyn office

Has anyone else had this? I guess they wanted to make sure there was actually a baby before sending me to the obgyn office? It was very nerve wrecking and they didn’t say anything at all during the ultrasound so I immediately assumed something was wrong. At the end they said heart rate was 122 which is normal for being early (they didn’t tell me how far along I was or anything) and gave me a picture of the ultrasound.

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ER to and from Radiology transportation

At the different facilities I have worked a hot issue for most places is who takes the patient from the ER to and from Radiology. I was wondering how you guys feel this should be handled. What works for you? Gonna say small hospital = less than 20 ER rooms

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Radiology northern Ireland

Has anyone got any idea on what to expect for the interview? Not that I have one, still waiting to hear. Their website is not that great.

Can any trainees on here tell me what the training is like? Do you rotate every year or is it more frequent? Are the placements all commutable from Belfast?

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Just got these bad boys done after a nasty fall 14 years post op...can hardly move and a lot of pain. Waiting to hear back from radiology. I’m probably just dying nbd.
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Research in medical school related to radiology

I am currently a first year medical student, and while I am not sure what specialty I want to do yet, I am interested in radiology. This summer, I'm doing an epidemiology/cancer/health disparity type research project. Does it matter that this is not related to radiology? Should I do another project in addition to this one that is related to radiology?

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Most patient facing diagnostic radiology special interests?

With IR obviously being so hands on I wondered which other areas/ special interests can be considerably patient facing or provide scope of some procedures? I’ve heart that breast radiology can be high patient contact and I presume MSK provides the opportunity for procedures but if someone could further guide me that would be great. TIA

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Radiology exam

hi i take my radiology exam in april, do you guys have any studying tips or what i should mainly be studying? also any good websites to study on?

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AI and Radiology

I spoke to a physician about my interest in radiology yesterday. He told me to steer clear of the field due to advances in AI. I don’t agree with their statement, I believe that AI would be more of an aid rather than a replacement. What are your thoughts and opinions?

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HeadNeckBrainSpine Radiology Deck

Hello everyone,

I previously shared a Radiology deck made from Herring's Radiology. As I prepare for an advanced Radiology elective, I was looking for another source that I could use to build on those cards/look at content from another point of view. I found this website through my school's curriculum page (http://headneckbrainspine.com/Flashcards.php) and noticed someone had made .xls files that I could easily import into Anki. These cards are Basic cards with an extra section. All fields are editable provided you have the addon. I used a modified MedShamim + AnKing card style that I have slowly modified over time. None of the text is bolded, underlined, or italicized at the moment but the styling will automatically occur as you edit the text. There also is no media. However, if you use the previously mentioned website and add images, or add images from other sources, the deck can be very useful.

The deck has subdecks for:

  • Neuroradiology
  • Body CT
  • Chest radiology
  • GI
  • GU
  • IR
  • Mammography
  • MSK
  • Nuclear
  • Pediatric radiology
  • Ultrasound

I have not vetted the cards for accuracy or formatting issues beyond the first 5 I looked at in the deck. Please let me know if there are any issues and I will attempt to correct them.

Thanks for reading this far and keep smashing that spacebar,

Ankigravity

Deck: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WZCFhpFzrFPcMFKJYTjyKqb20KF_cw8R/view?usp=sharing

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Posting requests for clinical interpretation of your images or radiology report is not allowed.

Breaking this rule will get you banned.

Techs posting interesting cases to share with each other for discussion is allowed however.

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