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Have you ever felt you wanted to do something to contribute? Hello. My name is Iulian Dragusin, DO and I am a radiology resident. As medical learners we consume a universe of information, but we rarely feel like we have the expertise to contribute anything. CCR is a radiology learning podcast. It's focused on learning how to read radiographic studies. I will use primary and secondary literature to bring you practical knowledge you can use to interpret radiology. Further this will be a lighthearted podcast that is not an aggressive dissection of cutting edge papers. There are lots of podcasts that cater towards established radiology attendings, this one is focused on the learner. There will also be a wellness section that involves a recommendation I make that is unrelated to medicine (shout out to the curbsiders). I also want to eventually have guests on the podcast and talk about things that are indirectly related to radiology such as career development and deployment as a radiologist. Theme music by Francis Preve **Disclaimer** I strongly emphasize this podcast is not medical advice, it is for information, entertainment and educational purposes only. It should not be used to diagnose or treat any medical condition, nor should it be seen as official policy at any institution. You should always do your own research and let me know when I am wrong. I am not responsible for any mistakes or consequences that result of actions that a listener of this podcast undertakes. **Disclaimer** This podcast does not represent the views or opinions of the department of defense, the US Air Force or any Residency Program. The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the speakers.

Have you ever felt you wanted to do something to contribute? Hello. My name is Iulian Dragusin, DO and I am a radiology resident. As medical learners we consume a universe of information, but we rarely feel like we have the expertise to contribute anything. CCR is a radiology learning podcast. It's focused on learning how to read radiographic studies. I will use primary and secondary literature to bring you practical knowledge you can use to interpret radiology. Further this will be a lighthearted podcast that is not an aggressive dissection of cutting edge papers. There are lots of podcasts that cater towards established radiology attendings, this one is focused on the learner. There will also be a wellness section that involves a recommendation I make that is unrelated to medicine (shout out to the curbsiders). I also want to eventually have guests on the podcast and talk about things that are indirectly related to radiology such as career development and deployment as a radiologist. Theme music by Francis Preve **Disclaimer** I strongly emphasize this podcast is not medical advice, it is for information, entertainment and educational purposes only. It should not be used to diagnose or treat any medical condition, nor should it be seen as official policy at any institution. You should always do your own research and let me know when I am wrong. I am not responsible for any mistakes or consequences that result of actions that a listener of this podcast undertakes. **Disclaimer** This podcast does not represent the views or opinions of the department of defense, the US Air Force or any Residency Program. The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the speakers.
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Have you ever felt you wanted to do something to contribute? Hello. My name is Iulian Dragusin, DO and I am a radiology resident. As medical learners we consume a universe of information, but we rarely feel like we have the expertise to contribute anything. CCR is a radiology learning podcast. It's focused on learning how to read radiographic studies. I will use primary and secondary literature to bring you practical knowledge you can use to interpret radiology. Further this will be a lighthearted podcast that is not an aggressive dissection of cutting edge papers. There are lots of podcasts that cater towards established radiology attendings, this one is focused on the learner. There will also be a wellness section that involves a recommendation I make that is unrelated to medicine (shout out to the curbsiders). I also want to eventually have guests on the podcast and talk about things that are indirectly related to radiology such as career development and deployment as a radiologist. Theme music by Francis Preve **Disclaimer** I strongly emphasize this podcast is not medical advice, it is for information, entertainment and educational purposes only. It should not be used to diagnose or treat any medical condition, nor should it be seen as official policy at any institution. You should always do your own research and let me know when I am wrong. I am not responsible for any mistakes or consequences that result of actions that a listener of this podcast undertakes. **Disclaimer** This podcast does not represent the views or opinions of the department of defense, the US Air Force or any Residency Program. The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the speakers.

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Episodes

CCR Episode 3 Lateral CXR

3/31/2019
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The lateral chest x ray. The ubiquitous companion to the PA. This episode is about applying the mnemonic "All The Many Lung Lines" to the lateral. We go through the search pattern and identify some important things to look for. Abdomen Thorax Mediastinum Lungs Lines Wellness: Google "humane society" give a furry friend a forever home Resources: (I have no affiliation) Felson's Chest https://www.amazon.com/Felsons-Principles-Roentgenology-CD-ROM-Goodman/dp/1416029230 Radiology Assistant...

Duration:00:18:41

CCR Episode 2 Chest X Ray Search Pattern

3/12/2019
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The Chest X ray. The most ubiquitous of all radiographic studies. There is a TON to them and more than I am able to cover in one sitting. In this episode we talk about a search pattern adapted from Ben Felson's Chest book. All The Many Lungs Lines Abdomen, Thorax, Mediastinum, Lung (unilateral) Lung (again, compared to the other lung) and Lines (invasive devices) We talk about the radiographic anatomy and putting eyeballs on all parts of the film We touch on the difference between a PA and...

Duration:00:22:32

CCR intro episode 1

3/12/2019
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Thanks so much for checking this out. In this first episode I lay out the purpose and layout of this podcast. 1. Hi Im Iulian. Im a radiology resident and I love to teach. I also feel the need to make something in this world rather than just consume content others have made. I love podcasts so this seemed like a good idea. 2. This is a radiology learning podcast directed at learners less so than experts. 3. I'll be going through how to interpret basic radiographic studies on each episode. 4....

Duration:00:02:25