Chest X-Ray Interpretation Online Course - How to Read a CXR

Chest X-Ray Interpretation Explained Clearly

An Excellent Foundation for Chest X-Ray Interpretation in 3 Short Videos | taught by Roger Seheult, MD

Course curriculum

Course Contents:
Chest X-Ray Interpretation Explained Clearly Video 1
Chest X-Ray Interpretation Explained Clearly Video 2
Chest X-Ray Interpretation Explained Clearly Video 3
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Instructor

Roger Seheult, MD
Roger Seheult, MD

- Quadruple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.

- Over 20 years teaching experience including: as an exam preparation instructor and an assistant professor of medicine.

- Experience as a medical director for both a Southern California Physician Assistant Program and a Respiratory Therapy Program.

Get to know Dr. Seheult by reading his bio

Course description

Understand Chest X-Ray interpretation with this clear and concise medical lecture by Dr. Seheult.

We're glad you're here!

You may have noticed that the videos in this medical course are also available at our MedCram YouTube channel... but stick around because all new MedCram medical videos will be available first here at MedCram.com (and publicly posted to YouTube later... if at all).

Also, a growing amount of MedCram content (medical videos, quizzes, review notes) is only available here at MedCram.com - and not available on YouTube.

We've got you covered!

MedCram medical videos allow you to cut down on study time and maximize retention and understanding by focusing in on what is most important. Dr. Seheult's medical Illustrations, charts, memory aids, and quizzes will make learning and reviewing medical topics a breeze. We think (and certainly hope) you'll find Chest X-Ray Interpretation Explained Clearly very informative, easy to follow, and fun.

Reviews for Chest X-Ray Interpretation Explained Clearly (256)

by Amy Burke
Thank you. The short, bite size lectures make it possible to complete a series as time allows.
by Dustin Hamlin
Great Review I give 5 Stars
by tahereh moheb
See all 256 reviews
by Amy Burke
Thank you. The short, bite size lectures make it possible to complete a series as time allows.
by Dustin Hamlin
Great Review I give 5 Stars
by tahereh moheb
by joadys bosques
by brian creghan
I would love a review course for a month for pre-usmle (step ck/cs) help. Great professor
by Alaa Omar
excellent stepwise approach for interpretation of CXR couple of suggestions: 1- Please try to tabulate the names and explanations of all the radiological signs 2- examples of pathology were excellent but i felt a) they were rushed through a bit, b) more examples can be given especially for variations of each pathology (e.g. different shapes of infiltrates, retrocardiac ...etc) Thank you
by Nicholas Hall
by tahere tirgar
by david warren
by Sergio Tejada
by Ivan Popov
Great - thank you !
by m zohouri
by Amos Zia
by Katrina Smith
by Michael Lubinski
Great ABCs to the chest x-ray. As a radiology student this was a wonderful quick lesson
by Amanda Edinger
Great review! Quick and to the point yet clear.
by Lativia Edmond
by Catherine Gutshall
Simply and clearly stated the basics of reading a CXR.
by Siti Aisyah Binti Zulkafli
by ANEESH P M
by claudia variu
Easy and comprehensive chest X-ray interpretation
by Jordan Podval
by Tanner Long
by Leonid Brodsky
by Adrianna Silva
by carles john
great course
by Sara Carnes Costello, NP
nice basis
by Mohamed Hajalamin
Very Good, but need more information about common clinical imagings
by ADITYA N
only for beginers
by maria duma
by kathy kimpler
by Jane Fritchley
Wonderful overview and approach to reading a chest film. Love the instructor.
by Aaron Kellington
by julie nyhus
by Wendy Manetti
Excellent overview, easy to understand!
by Clare Santana
neat examples
by mojam hajala
by Michael Toren
by gregory costa
by Peter Janssen
by Mohammad Amerah
Clear and understandable videos of this course
by Mujadad Gondal
by Delanie Urrutia
by Jennifer Cowgill
by Valerie Chang
Thank you for the review.
by Christy Shaw
by rebecca scharl
The first two videos were very complete. I would have liked more detail in the third video regarding abnormal chest radiographs. Thank you for this wonderful explanation.
by Juan Sarmiento, PA
by Laura Hollenbeck
by Sulaiman Muzzammil, Yaqub
Very educational. I think more is needed for abnormal x-rays, like hilar findings, calcification etc
by marlon appolis
by Elonde' Clarke
Very clear!
by David Everett
by Vivian Ou
by Dawn Simpson
Very helpful review.
by laurie freer
by tracy nauert
by George Pekos
by ross lauger
by João Grilo
by Ismail Adam Abdilahi
It looks very good, but an example of TB or Asthma is not included
by Thiyasha Wanniarachchi
Excellent! Wish they would go through the ABCDEF of at least 1 or 2 abormal CXR to see if we get the hand of it.
by Trang Nguyen
Helpful guide to learning how to read chest x-rays. Would like to learn more on how to distinguish radio graphically between pneumonia or atelectasis and also typical findings in aspiration
by Fernando Fernandez Arcas
by Adolfo Aguilera
Clear and to the point.
by Omar Gabriel, NP
Excellent concise presentation!
by Mackenzie Lupov
by Anda Jarvis
by mark rogalewicz
by arika Boswell
by Richard Benian
by marcia downer
short and to the point!
by Eric Snyder
Found this very concise and helpful. Plan to forward to my PA students as well.
by vinay kapadia
by naomi whitaker
I have been a hospitalist for 5 years. Feel like I have learned just as much in these videos as I have in the 5 years I have been working on the job. Thanks for the simple explainations
by Soli MININGOU
Great description, simplifying understanding and analysis.
by abrar hussain
by Ian Pelletier
Great!
by Dia Jones
Great introduction!
by Cady Knight
by Bernard O’Flynn
excellent clear introduction to chest xray
by Michael Hulsey
by Francisco Gonzalez
by Nyoka Schumacher
by Regina Walsh
Excellent instruction on introductory CXR interpretation. This will help greatly in my clinical practice. Thanks!
by shannon navas
by Sidratu Bundu
Easy to understand, was able to grasp the basics of chest ray interpretation.
by Glenn Fields
Great explanation of chest X-ray interpretation.
by Joseph Schnepp
by Laurita Caddy
by na ab
by brandy graham
by Sibel Chiamil
by Dr Karnam
Nice presentation. My students loved the explanations. Would appreciate if you did have a cxr with gas under the diaphragm.
by Jackie Nash
by Rupak Banerjee
Easy and appropriate but some more pathological X-rays would have made it better. thanks.
by Gerry Prieto
by Zachary Orr
by Ezzat Beshay
by Nicole Reveal
Loved these videos! The ABCD mnemonic is helpful!
by Delilah Turner
This is great! I enjoy and learn from all of your video lectures.
by Amr Atta
by Muhammad Nazmul Ahsan
by Michael Jacobs
by Tammy DeWitt
Very helpful.
by Sanny Baffour
by KIRIAKI PANAGIOTOPOULOU
A very well structured presentation of the basic points concerning normal and abnormal chest x-ray.
by Katra Senica
by Isabel Velez
by bushra tariq
by marci coates
by Christof Welss
by amit regev
by Ingrid Trausmiller
Very helpful. Easy to follow! Recommend it!
by Ravi Chandra
excellent basic knowledge given on interpreting cxr
by ahmed hassan
by Selwyn Joseph
by Marinda Newkirk
Straight to the point with great examples.
by fazia guermour
The course is very clear but I wish to see more examples of pathologic x rays. thank you
by Berhanu Bedassa
by baljinder singh
Very precise and with all the necessary info explained in simple language.loved it . Thanx
by tiku arrey
by Desiree Huntley
by Nikolay Kolev
by Ghali Lemtiri-Chlieh
Amazing and simple overview of CXR interpretation, perfect for an introductory first year medical student looking at CXRs.
by Diana Prablek
This course is a great review. My comment being that correlation with a lateral film and comparing structures and location to confirm findings and further understand what's going on would make this course terrific. Thanks for the review and will help me be a better instructor.
by Timothy Taylor
by Timothy Taylor
by olga lopukhin
by theresa core
by Melissa Pontini
This was a great refresher on chest xrays.
by Selenge Badfamjav, MD
Thank you
by DR.Indradev yadav
Excellent
by Keva Joseph
by AHMED GADOURA
by Michael Holt
Though he does so briefly at the end, perhaps Dr. Seheult should premise his discussion by stating that the observer may not see clearly what is seen by the instructor until significant study/observation of many chest x-rays is accomplished. Otherwise, the student may not identify the delicate/salient points of chest x-ray interpretation.
by Sm Ber2c
Clear & concise review of chest x-rays.
by Joseph Russo
by Taylor Guyer
by Amanam Ekwere
by Kennedy Kirk
I would recommend you to be more careful with the systematic analysis. The A, B, C,... strategy is not complete. Thanks !
by MIKE UPDIKE
Very informative. I like the A, B, C, D, E and F approach. Thank you.
by Jenny Kirwan
by Stephanie Balint
by ather ali
Great review of landmarks and simple definitions of vocabulary dealing with cxr's. Great for residents, med students and physicians looking to brush on simple CXR interpretations, and being able to see obvious pathologies on CXR.
by Cassandra Brosnahan
by Willem Paulus
by Abdul Basit Nuhu
by Amanda Sheets
very helpful in looking at my patient's xrays. i hope to share this info with my colleagues.
by Carley Zurfluh
Easy to follow, thorough, and videos are the perfect length!
by Toloa Pearl
Very helpful. Thank you.
by ama boga
great course
by Elias Fubini
by Felicia Ayoade
by Joseph Drinkard
by Hassina Yazid
thank you for this good lecture
by lijo saji
by Casie Coon
by EILEEN RIVERA
very informative
by Theodoros Gkousgkounis
by balaranjan pragatheesh
clearly gives a system to work with and illustrates examples of what to look for and where
by Theresa Brummer
by Jaime Armijos
Excellent course - where you can learn, review, or remember things you forget over the years!! Very useful!! Thank you very much!!
by Suchi Mishra
Excellent
by sarah eliba
by Megan Brandt
by Chris Hitchcock
by Kishan Patel
by Michael Isaac
by zainab saddiq
Teaching was clear,made chest x-ray interpretation easy to grasp
by Chris Jones
Good tips for beginners. Good advice on how to proceed from here.
by valerie benavides
by Kim HANSON
by PRANAB DE
Superb
by kelly king
by Melanie Deal
Clear, well-organized. Great overview!
by Missy Jiang
by Rommel Dahiroc
by Andrew Griffiths
Excellent concise run-down on plain film imaging of the thorax. It would have been more useful to see some of the example films used in the third part whilst describing the abnormalities in the first two parts. Overall, a very useful resource for chest "x-ray" interpretation.
by Denise Gordon
Very clearly defined and understandable lecture! Loved it.
by Vergel Guintu
Awesome - I'm a long-time RN, and knowing what doctors are looking at on CXR helps
by Amy Matos
by Sarn Saechao
by Elizabeth Duran
Simple and straight to the point... I really learned more in these short lectures than in a 3 hour lecture at the university... Thanks!
by Felix Onyeise
by hani deelo
by Carrie Lavergne
by Alejandra Mercado
Awesome course. Clearly understandable. The material was easy to follow and provided great information on how to interpret chest x-rays, what to look for, and be able to diffferentiate between what is normal vs what is not. Overall, I am amazed by the content taught at Med Cram. It is all very easy to understand and apply it make better connections during my learning process. The drawings are an awesome way to teach visual learners. Thank you again.
by Ruben Ngnitewe
by Megan Flynn
by paul verrette
well done. The basics of the lateral would be helpful
by lauren fogle
by ayda shamsa
by Dr. Kiran Sandhu
by Stephanie Fingland
by mina Verdusco
Excellent overview. Straight to the point.
by tyler diettert
Very clear and concise
by freidoon Amiri
simple and best way to explain the basics
by chantele sahli
Excellent thank you!
by Red Hen
by Genna Doll
Very clearly explained
by Brian Stacy
by Emily Shay
by Greg Goodman, MD
by Christa Kirby
by teke apalata
by sue le sueur
by Kayla Brown
Very helpful in understanding the basics of chest x-ray interpretation!
by Cody Woodbury
by Annie Benscheidt
by Amanda Barrett
by catherine hill
Very clear, high level review with good illustration
by Alex Wilkie
by alina palanchuk
by shalini sudan
by Gina broussard
The radiology review was a great tool to formulate a systematic routine when looking at films. Thank you! Absolutely loved the examples; more would be great!!
by DaLonna McGill
This lesson was clear and concise. I found it to be a very good review!!
by Brad Hemingway
by Pierre Coulombe
by Kurtley du Plessis
Thanks for the great approach.
by Jason Russell
Awesome. Well done and complete. Would like a place or two to pause and explore a bit or zoom
by Cerilien Lamy
by Rebecca Spott
by Kelly Wilson
by Sonia Deantoni
by Dennis McDonagh
very clear and concise drawings and explanations
by mohammed abdulhaleem
by Helen Sladen
by Meadow Summers
by marissa gatdula
by Ferdnand Blacer
by aziza esmeil
by Virginia Cashman
Its a start to understanding what was never reviewed in NP school. I have trouble seeing the shades of gray.
by Keri Rolls
by shyam goyal
by cat tallant
Thank you so much!! Great beginning for further study.
by Erin Brandon
Excellent explanation and interpretation. This video helped make way more sense of a chest x-ray.
by Angela Good
by Akeh Woha
That was a great systematic approach.
by Ma. Rema Bombales
Very clear, brief and concise. Thanks
by Noel Kayo
Excellent. Thank you for the access.
by Divya .R
by LINDA SELLERS
Very concise , easy to follow and instructive
by asmita sinha
by Olga Pushkarenko
by ali nathani
by josefa rodriguez
by Priya Mathai
Excellent!
by Geo Mathew
Thank you for helping me truly understand CXR after years of looking at it. Wish someone had taught me this 20 yrs ago.
by chiamaka eneh
by Evelyn Priest
by Tamara Pheiffer
by Mary Yacovone
Nicely done!
by lamis almalki
by mary mcatee
by Christina Taylor
Very good basic explanation for beginner!

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Understand Chest X-Ray interpretation with this clear and concise medical lecture by Dr. Seheult.

We're glad you're here!

You may have noticed that the videos in this medical course are also available at our MedCram YouTube channel... but stick around because all new MedCram medical videos will be available first here at MedCram.com (and publicly posted to YouTube later... if at all).

Also, a growing amount of MedCram content (medical videos, quizzes, review notes) is only available here at MedCram.com - and not available on YouTube.

We've got you covered!

MedCram medical videos allow you to cut down on study time and maximize retention and understanding by focusing in on what is most important. Dr. Seheult's medical Illustrations, charts, memory aids, and quizzes will make learning and reviewing medical topics a breeze. We think (and certainly hope) you'll find Chest X-Ray Interpretation Explained Clearly very informative, easy to follow, and fun.

Reviews for Chest X-Ray Interpretation Explained Clearly (256)

by Amy Burke
Thank you. The short, bite size lectures make it possible to complete a series as time allows.
by Dustin Hamlin
Great Review I give 5 Stars
by tahereh moheb
See all 256 reviews
by Amy Burke
Thank you. The short, bite size lectures make it possible to complete a series as time allows.
by Dustin Hamlin
Great Review I give 5 Stars
by tahereh moheb
by joadys bosques
by brian creghan
I would love a review course for a month for pre-usmle (step ck/cs) help. Great professor
by Alaa Omar
excellent stepwise approach for interpretation of CXR couple of suggestions: 1- Please try to tabulate the names and explanations of all the radiological signs 2- examples of pathology were excellent but i felt a) they were rushed through a bit, b) more examples can be given especially for variations of each pathology (e.g. different shapes of infiltrates, retrocardiac ...etc) Thank you
by Nicholas Hall
by tahere tirgar
by david warren
by Sergio Tejada
by Ivan Popov
Great - thank you !
by m zohouri
by Amos Zia
by Katrina Smith
by Michael Lubinski
Great ABCs to the chest x-ray. As a radiology student this was a wonderful quick lesson
by Amanda Edinger
Great review! Quick and to the point yet clear.
by Lativia Edmond
by Catherine Gutshall
Simply and clearly stated the basics of reading a CXR.
by Siti Aisyah Binti Zulkafli
by ANEESH P M
by claudia variu
Easy and comprehensive chest X-ray interpretation
by Jordan Podval
by Tanner Long
by Leonid Brodsky
by Adrianna Silva
by carles john
great course
by Sara Carnes Costello, NP
nice basis
by Mohamed Hajalamin
Very Good, but need more information about common clinical imagings
by ADITYA N
only for beginers
by maria duma
by kathy kimpler
by Jane Fritchley
Wonderful overview and approach to reading a chest film. Love the instructor.
by Aaron Kellington
by julie nyhus
by Wendy Manetti
Excellent overview, easy to understand!
by Clare Santana
neat examples
by mojam hajala
by Michael Toren
by gregory costa
by Peter Janssen
by Mohammad Amerah
Clear and understandable videos of this course
by Mujadad Gondal
by Delanie Urrutia
by Jennifer Cowgill
by Valerie Chang
Thank you for the review.
by Christy Shaw
by rebecca scharl
The first two videos were very complete. I would have liked more detail in the third video regarding abnormal chest radiographs. Thank you for this wonderful explanation.
by Juan Sarmiento, PA
by Laura Hollenbeck
by Sulaiman Muzzammil, Yaqub
Very educational. I think more is needed for abnormal x-rays, like hilar findings, calcification etc
by marlon appolis
by Elonde' Clarke
Very clear!
by David Everett
by Vivian Ou
by Dawn Simpson
Very helpful review.
by laurie freer
by tracy nauert
by George Pekos
by ross lauger
by João Grilo
by Ismail Adam Abdilahi
It looks very good, but an example of TB or Asthma is not included
by Thiyasha Wanniarachchi
Excellent! Wish they would go through the ABCDEF of at least 1 or 2 abormal CXR to see if we get the hand of it.
by Trang Nguyen
Helpful guide to learning how to read chest x-rays. Would like to learn more on how to distinguish radio graphically between pneumonia or atelectasis and also typical findings in aspiration
by Fernando Fernandez Arcas
by Adolfo Aguilera
Clear and to the point.
by Omar Gabriel, NP
Excellent concise presentation!
by Mackenzie Lupov
by Anda Jarvis
by mark rogalewicz
by arika Boswell
by Richard Benian
by marcia downer
short and to the point!
by Eric Snyder
Found this very concise and helpful. Plan to forward to my PA students as well.
by vinay kapadia
by naomi whitaker
I have been a hospitalist for 5 years. Feel like I have learned just as much in these videos as I have in the 5 years I have been working on the job. Thanks for the simple explainations
by Soli MININGOU
Great description, simplifying understanding and analysis.
by abrar hussain
by Ian Pelletier
Great!
by Dia Jones
Great introduction!
by Cady Knight
by Bernard O’Flynn
excellent clear introduction to chest xray
by Michael Hulsey
by Francisco Gonzalez
by Nyoka Schumacher
by Regina Walsh
Excellent instruction on introductory CXR interpretation. This will help greatly in my clinical practice. Thanks!
by shannon navas
by Sidratu Bundu
Easy to understand, was able to grasp the basics of chest ray interpretation.
by Glenn Fields
Great explanation of chest X-ray interpretation.
by Joseph Schnepp
by Laurita Caddy
by na ab
by brandy graham
by Sibel Chiamil
by Dr Karnam
Nice presentation. My students loved the explanations. Would appreciate if you did have a cxr with gas under the diaphragm.
by Jackie Nash
by Rupak Banerjee
Easy and appropriate but some more pathological X-rays would have made it better. thanks.
by Gerry Prieto
by Zachary Orr
by Ezzat Beshay
by Nicole Reveal
Loved these videos! The ABCD mnemonic is helpful!
by Delilah Turner
This is great! I enjoy and learn from all of your video lectures.
by Amr Atta
by Muhammad Nazmul Ahsan
by Michael Jacobs
by Tammy DeWitt
Very helpful.
by Sanny Baffour
by KIRIAKI PANAGIOTOPOULOU
A very well structured presentation of the basic points concerning normal and abnormal chest x-ray.
by Katra Senica
by Isabel Velez
by bushra tariq
by marci coates
by Christof Welss
by amit regev
by Ingrid Trausmiller
Very helpful. Easy to follow! Recommend it!
by Ravi Chandra
excellent basic knowledge given on interpreting cxr
by ahmed hassan
by Selwyn Joseph
by Marinda Newkirk
Straight to the point with great examples.
by fazia guermour
The course is very clear but I wish to see more examples of pathologic x rays. thank you
by Berhanu Bedassa
by baljinder singh
Very precise and with all the necessary info explained in simple language.loved it . Thanx
by tiku arrey
by Desiree Huntley
by Nikolay Kolev
by Ghali Lemtiri-Chlieh
Amazing and simple overview of CXR interpretation, perfect for an introductory first year medical student looking at CXRs.
by Diana Prablek
This course is a great review. My comment being that correlation with a lateral film and comparing structures and location to confirm findings and further understand what's going on would make this course terrific. Thanks for the review and will help me be a better instructor.
by Timothy Taylor
by Timothy Taylor
by olga lopukhin
by theresa core
by Melissa Pontini
This was a great refresher on chest xrays.
by Selenge Badfamjav, MD
Thank you
by DR.Indradev yadav
Excellent
by Keva Joseph
by AHMED GADOURA
by Michael Holt
Though he does so briefly at the end, perhaps Dr. Seheult should premise his discussion by stating that the observer may not see clearly what is seen by the instructor until significant study/observation of many chest x-rays is accomplished. Otherwise, the student may not identify the delicate/salient points of chest x-ray interpretation.
by Sm Ber2c
Clear & concise review of chest x-rays.
by Joseph Russo
by Taylor Guyer
by Amanam Ekwere
by Kennedy Kirk
I would recommend you to be more careful with the systematic analysis. The A, B, C,... strategy is not complete. Thanks !
by MIKE UPDIKE
Very informative. I like the A, B, C, D, E and F approach. Thank you.
by Jenny Kirwan
by Stephanie Balint
by ather ali
Great review of landmarks and simple definitions of vocabulary dealing with cxr's. Great for residents, med students and physicians looking to brush on simple CXR interpretations, and being able to see obvious pathologies on CXR.
by Cassandra Brosnahan
by Willem Paulus
by Abdul Basit Nuhu
by Amanda Sheets
very helpful in looking at my patient's xrays. i hope to share this info with my colleagues.
by Carley Zurfluh
Easy to follow, thorough, and videos are the perfect length!
by Toloa Pearl
Very helpful. Thank you.
by ama boga
great course
by Elias Fubini
by Felicia Ayoade
by Joseph Drinkard
by Hassina Yazid
thank you for this good lecture
by lijo saji
by Casie Coon
by EILEEN RIVERA
very informative
by Theodoros Gkousgkounis
by balaranjan pragatheesh
clearly gives a system to work with and illustrates examples of what to look for and where
by Theresa Brummer
by Jaime Armijos
Excellent course - where you can learn, review, or remember things you forget over the years!! Very useful!! Thank you very much!!
by Suchi Mishra
Excellent
by sarah eliba
by Megan Brandt
by Chris Hitchcock
by Kishan Patel
by Michael Isaac
by zainab saddiq
Teaching was clear,made chest x-ray interpretation easy to grasp
by Chris Jones
Good tips for beginners. Good advice on how to proceed from here.
by valerie benavides
by Kim HANSON
by PRANAB DE
Superb
by kelly king
by Melanie Deal
Clear, well-organized. Great overview!
by Missy Jiang
by Rommel Dahiroc
by Andrew Griffiths
Excellent concise run-down on plain film imaging of the thorax. It would have been more useful to see some of the example films used in the third part whilst describing the abnormalities in the first two parts. Overall, a very useful resource for chest "x-ray" interpretation.
by Denise Gordon
Very clearly defined and understandable lecture! Loved it.
by Vergel Guintu
Awesome - I'm a long-time RN, and knowing what doctors are looking at on CXR helps
by Amy Matos
by Sarn Saechao
by Elizabeth Duran
Simple and straight to the point... I really learned more in these short lectures than in a 3 hour lecture at the university... Thanks!
by Felix Onyeise
by hani deelo
by Carrie Lavergne
by Alejandra Mercado
Awesome course. Clearly understandable. The material was easy to follow and provided great information on how to interpret chest x-rays, what to look for, and be able to diffferentiate between what is normal vs what is not. Overall, I am amazed by the content taught at Med Cram. It is all very easy to understand and apply it make better connections during my learning process. The drawings are an awesome way to teach visual learners. Thank you again.
by Ruben Ngnitewe
by Megan Flynn
by paul verrette
well done. The basics of the lateral would be helpful
by lauren fogle
by ayda shamsa
by Dr. Kiran Sandhu
by Stephanie Fingland
by mina Verdusco
Excellent overview. Straight to the point.
by tyler diettert
Very clear and concise
by freidoon Amiri
simple and best way to explain the basics
by chantele sahli
Excellent thank you!
by Red Hen
by Genna Doll
Very clearly explained
by Brian Stacy
by Emily Shay
by Greg Goodman, MD
by Christa Kirby
by teke apalata
by sue le sueur
by Kayla Brown
Very helpful in understanding the basics of chest x-ray interpretation!
by Cody Woodbury
by Annie Benscheidt
by Amanda Barrett
by catherine hill
Very clear, high level review with good illustration
by Alex Wilkie
by alina palanchuk
by shalini sudan
by Gina broussard
The radiology review was a great tool to formulate a systematic routine when looking at films. Thank you! Absolutely loved the examples; more would be great!!
by DaLonna McGill
This lesson was clear and concise. I found it to be a very good review!!
by Brad Hemingway
by Pierre Coulombe
by Kurtley du Plessis
Thanks for the great approach.
by Jason Russell
Awesome. Well done and complete. Would like a place or two to pause and explore a bit or zoom
by Cerilien Lamy
by Rebecca Spott
by Kelly Wilson
by Sonia Deantoni
by Dennis McDonagh
very clear and concise drawings and explanations
by mohammed abdulhaleem
by Helen Sladen
by Meadow Summers
by marissa gatdula
by Ferdnand Blacer
by aziza esmeil
by Virginia Cashman
Its a start to understanding what was never reviewed in NP school. I have trouble seeing the shades of gray.
by Keri Rolls
by shyam goyal
by cat tallant
Thank you so much!! Great beginning for further study.
by Erin Brandon
Excellent explanation and interpretation. This video helped make way more sense of a chest x-ray.
by Angela Good
by Akeh Woha
That was a great systematic approach.
by Ma. Rema Bombales
Very clear, brief and concise. Thanks
by Noel Kayo
Excellent. Thank you for the access.
by Divya .R
by LINDA SELLERS
Very concise , easy to follow and instructive
by asmita sinha
by Olga Pushkarenko
by ali nathani
by josefa rodriguez
by Priya Mathai
Excellent!
by Geo Mathew
Thank you for helping me truly understand CXR after years of looking at it. Wish someone had taught me this 20 yrs ago.
by chiamaka eneh
by Evelyn Priest
by Tamara Pheiffer
by Mary Yacovone
Nicely done!
by lamis almalki
by mary mcatee
by Christina Taylor
Very good basic explanation for beginner!

Instructor

Roger Seheult, MD
Roger Seheult, MD

- Quadruple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.

- Over 20 years teaching experience including: as an exam preparation instructor and an assistant professor of medicine.

- Experience as a medical director for both a Southern California Physician Assistant Program and a Respiratory Therapy Program.

Get to know Dr. Seheult by reading his bio

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