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Register for the full course here >> http://goo.gl/u7h4Ut
Register for the full 6 hour online video course for just $24! Hurry, discount ends this Monday.

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One-day case based review of emergency radiology (medical and surgical) presented by Radiopaedia.org's Dr Andrew Dixon and Dr Frank Gaillard.

Watch online for $25 here: http://goo.gl/m6G8rC
Attend in person from $205 here: http://goo.gl/Ew6IYw

The six hour course video can be viewed online as many times as you like over a guaranteed 3 month access period from June to August, so you don't need to worry about timezones. Everyone in the world can join in!

Radiopaedia is proudly global. You asked us to make our courses accessible online around the world and so that's what we are doing. But we do need your support. $25 is an awesomely good value price for 6 hours of video teaching and we need lots of you registering in order to keep this educational model viable for the future. We are also offering free online course access to people from 116 developing countries as part of our commitment to open access education. So if you appreciate what we are trying to do, and you want to learn some emergency radiology from the world's best educators, then please consider registering.

NEW! We've added an FAQ page to help you get more information. You can find it here: http://goo.gl/kjb21U

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Emergency Radiology Course with Dr Andrew Dixon & Dr Frank Gaillard. Watch online via post-course video access or attend in person. Visit www.radiopaedia.org/courses
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Interactive A to Z of Brain Imaging quiz: www.radiopaedia.org/idor2014
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Excellent video by Dr Matt Skalski #radiology #video

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A child with Ollier’s disease: a non-hereditary, sporadic, skeletal disorder characterised by multiple enchondromas. Later in life there is a high chance (up to 25%) of malignant transformation into chondrosarcoma. 
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New 'Cases in Radiology' episode - an abdominal trauma case presented by Dr Andrew Dixon. 

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Click link for ANSWER: http://goo.gl/kGQPj8
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Stroke series: Endovascular management of acute ischemic stroke. Presented by Dr Peter Mitchell. #radiology #youtube
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