Chest X-Ray Interpretation Made Easy - Learn to Read a CXR
 

INTERPRET & REVIEW CHEST X-RAYS SYSTEMATICALLY

Struggling to interpret chest X-rays efficiently? 

Are you looking for an efficient step by step process that you can utilize to interpret chest X-rays?

In Chest X-ray Interpretation Explained Clearly, renowned instructor Dr. Roger Seheult teaches a streamlined "A,B,C,D method" to accurately interpret Chest X-rays.


THE PREMIER INTRODUCTORY CHEST X-RAY VIDEO SERIES FOR PHYSICIANS, NPs, PAs, STUDENTS, AND MORE

This online course is highly-rated by clinicians (Physicians, NPs, PAs, and Nurses) in a variety of specialties. 



WHO IS THE INSTRUCTOR?

Dr. Seheult is trusted by Universities, clinicians & students for his ability to illustrate key concepts so they are understood, not memorized...

... and clear understanding is the foundation for mastery of chest X-ray interpretation. 


WHAT YOU'll RECEIVE FROM THIS COURSE:

  • A systematic approach to spot abnormal findings
  • Illustrations and examples of several abnormal chest x-ray findings 
  • A concise review and illustrations of key X-ray fundamentals
  • Interpretation practice. Dr. Seheult reviews several abnormal chest X-rays so you can follow along
  • A clinical perspective of chest x-ray nuances
  • A brief quiz reinforce core concepts and help you study


Start watching now (the first video is a "free trial") and experience confidence with the chest X-ray! This complete course and over 40 hours of CME /CE credits are available with MedCram All-Access.

Course Contents:
  • Chest X-Ray Interpretation Basics, Airway, and Bone free trial
  • Chest X-Ray Interpretation Cardiac, Diaphragm, & Lung Fields
  • Chest X-Ray Interpretation Various Pathology (CHF, Pleural Effusion, Pneumothorax, etc.)
  • Quiz

KATHY CARTER

LINDA SELLERS

Very concise , easy to follow and instructive

OLGA LOPUKHIN, MD

JOSEPH RUSSO

MELISSA COLAROSSI (NP Student)

MEADOW SUMMERS

NAM HA, MD

KATHARINE LASLEY, MD

ANNIE BENSCHEIDT

BALARANJAN PRAGATHEESH

clearly gives a system to work with and illustrates examples of what to look for and where

RON HEBERGER, PA-C

Excellent

GERRY PRIETO (Medical Student)

SANNY BAFFOUR

WILLEM PAULUS

NATHAN MORRIS, NP

Great starting place or review

ANDREW BABER

ZSUZSANNA GERENCSER, MD

DANIEL MOTAMEDI

Great Introductory course. Really helpful visuals

PHOSAKUFA MGIBA, MD

DAVID BARKOE, MD

Excellent introduction...I would suggest including pictures of CXR's that illustrate examples of some of the conditions being described during the normal CXR segment to help clarify the descriptions, e.g. quickly put up a CXR with a PTX while explaining a PTX. Otherwise, great.

NATALIE LEAK (NP Student)

Great basic review of chest x-rays!

ELAISA HAASE, MD

DIVYA .R

MINA VERDUSCO

Excellent overview. Straight to the point.

JESSICA WILLIS, PT

Great pictorial explanation that sticks

GREG GOODMAN, MD

ZACHARY ORR (NP Student)

SANDRA RAMIREZ, PA-C

Excellent

IMAD HALIMI

It was very useful and interesting for me as a nurse, thank you

MARINDA NEWKIRK, NP

Straight to the point with great examples.

APRIL PANCHYSHYN (NP Student)

Course was excellent. Helped a novice to understand the markers to evaluate.

SELENGE BADFAMJAV, MD

Thank you

REBECCA DORSEY, NP

MARISSA GATDULA

LEE GARDNER, MD

Fine review...Thanks again.

SARAH HOYLES

Good basics to get you started with image interpretation of the chest.

AHMED HASSAN

EZZAT BESHAY, MD

ANEESH P M, MD

IAN WONG, MD

FURQAN TAHER, MD

You really need to go over ground glass opacities, infiltrative masses that erode into bone, types of opacity. This is not physician level, it is barely medical school level. Please add.

AMY NEWBY

ASMITA SINHA

ABDUL BASIT NUHU

ISMAIL ADAM ABDILAHI, MD

It looks very good, but an example of TB or Asthma is not included

REGINA WALSH, NP

Excellent instruction on introductory CXR interpretation. This will help greatly in my clinical practice. Thanks!

JENNIFER MCCLURE, RN

JAIME ARMIJOS

Excellent course - where you can learn, review, or remember things you forget over the years!! Very useful!! Thank you very much!!

KELLY KING

BHARAT P, MD

JULIANA ABREU

AYDA SHAMSA

ROBERT MULRY, NP

LAUREN CARTER

MIKHAIL KOLOMOYTSEV (NP Student)

MOHAMMED ABDULHALEEM

OPEYEMI OLUYEMI

Clear and concise. Everything you need to know.

EMILY SHAY

SARN SAECHAO

MELISSA SARHAN, NP

Very helpful in interpretation. You drawing the lines on things that are less obvious really created the picture for me.

TAMMY DEWITT (NP Student)

Very helpful.

MICHAEL LUBINSKI

Great ABCs to the chest x-ray. As a radiology student this was a wonderful quick lesson

JOÃO GRILO, MD

OLGA PUSHKARENKO

AKEH WOHA, MD

That was a great systematic approach.

ADRIANNA SILVA, RN

KIMBERLY JANZEN, MD

SOLI MININGOU, MD

Great description, simplifying understanding and analysis.

ANN BUTCHER, RN

I found there was a lot to take in. I would have to watch these lessons again.

MARICHA DELACRUZ-TUASON (NP Student)

So very easy! A B C D E F!!

KAYLA BROWN

Very helpful in understanding the basics of chest x-ray interpretation!

DIANA PRABLEK, MD

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.

ALLLEN KELLER, MD

Excellent overview of normal chest x ray. Discussion about abnormal chest x ray was rushed and would have liked this to be much more thorough (and longer)-with many more examples of abnormal chest x rays. Additionally, going through the algorithm for reading a chest xray with abnormal x rays (as was done with a normal film, would be helpful

ALAA OMAR, MD

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

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!

ELROMA DAVID

I think its a good video series. I watched another series on youtube and came back and watched this one again and things started to click even more.

SHAY JONES

THOMAS FRANKLIN, MD

it was helpful

MACKENZIE LUPOV, MD

CARLEY ZURFLUH

Easy to follow, thorough, and videos are the perfect length!

ERIK KEIM (Medical Student)

LINDA WHITENER, NP

Simply explained!

NICHOLAS VESOM

CRYSTAL FERGUSON, NP

great

KEVIN BOOTH

10 /10. Great response form clinical RT students. Easy to understand and follow.

CHANIE LOMIBAO (NP Student)

AREND ISAACS, MD

A bit underwhelming. What about the position and shape hilae, defn of upper lobe diversion, etc?

KENNEDY KIRK, MD

I would recommend you to be more careful with the systematic analysis. The A, B, C,... strategy is not complete. Thanks !

YOUCEF MEBARKIA, MD

Very good course thank you so much

NILDA GONZALEZ, NP

Excellent and clear explanations with good examples ... thank you !!

VALERIE CHANG, PA-C

Thank you for the review.

ARIKA BOSWELL

CHARLES KASTEN, NP

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.

LAETITIA AHOUA (Nursing Student)

NICK DORSEY, MD

Concise and to the point. Good intro to CXR.

GEORGE PEKOS, MD

CAROLINE COGEN

KEVIN NGUYEN, MD

MELANIE DEAL

Clear, well-organized. Great overview!

SUBHADEEP BOSE, MD

Its very nice Would like one more section on lung - eg - plethora vs oligemia , ILD, ARDS , tumours

JOSEPH SCHNEPP (NP Student)

DALONNA MCGILL

This lesson was clear and concise. I found it to be a very good review!!

ALEX VEGA (Medical Student)

MOHAMMAD PANNU, MD

FRANCISCO GONZALEZ, MD

EDWARD DES CLAYES (Medical Student)

very helpful for getting the basics of reading a chest x-ray

SIDRATU BUNDU, NP

Easy to understand, was able to grasp the basics of chest ray interpretation.

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.

GLENN FIELDS, NP

Great explanation of chest X-ray interpretation.

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

HANI ALI-GHOSH

VARSHA SHAH, MD

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.

ROBERT SAUNDERS, RN

Something every nurse should know. How many times do we get to see the CXR as it takes place yet not know what we are seeing. This course gives me the knowledge to make a contemporaneous reading and be able to intelligently discuss with the physician as well as anticipate treatment.

MOJAM HAJALA

CLAUDIA VARIU, MD

Easy and comprehensive chest X-ray interpretation

JANE FRITCHLEY

Wonderful overview and approach to reading a chest film. Love the instructor.

ADITYA N, MD

only for beginers

DELANIE URRUTIA, RN

CHRISTOF WELSS

MUHAMMAD ABDAL, MD

MICHAEL TOREN

MARIA DUMA, MD

VICTORIA TRAN (NP Student)

CLAIRE BOUCHARD (NP Student)

JOSEFA RODRIGUEZ

STEPHANIE BALINT (NP Student)

SM BER2C, MD

Clear & concise review of chest x-rays.

DR.INDRADEV YADAV

Excellent

RICARDO GUTIERREZ, NP

SARAH ELIBA

CASSANDRA BROSNAHAN, NP

COURTNEY MACKRELL (NP Student)

HEATHER ASHER PRINCE, PA-C

I thought it was a great overview. The colored overlays were very helpful.

ERICA PERETS, NP

Would like more information on how to tell the difference in pneumonia vs pleural effusion

AMR ATTA, MD

MARCIA DOWNER, PT

short and to the point!

CASSANDRA BACHETTI, RN

I liked how the videos showed normal vs abnormal findings. I would like to see more abnormal examples.

ANGELA GOOD

AMA BOGA

great course

MONICA GAY (NP Student)

Very easy to follow with clear and concise information I can use every day!!

THOMAS POWER, PA-C

I really enjoy the courses. With this one though, it seemed to move too rapidly with some of the explanations not detailed enough. Also there appeared to be pathology on some of the example films that weren’t discussed. For example, on one of the films that showed atelectasis it appeared that the left hemidiaphragm was elevated with loops of bowel higher in the chest cavity. Really missed having the quizzes in this section. They help review and reinforce the material. Would have liked some examples of lateral views and pathology.

YAIR GRINBERG, MD

Very clear and systematic.

PIERRE COULOMBE

LAURA WILMOTT, NP

Clear and concise

CHIZOBA NGWUBE, MD

CLARE SANTANA, RN

neat examples

THERESA CORE, NP

IVAN SOTO-ARAPE

ROMMEL DAHIROC

JEFFREY WASSERMAN, MD

Well done. Easy to understand

LITTLE MEDIC, Paramedic

Great introduction to chest x rays. Wish there was more.

KEVA JOSEPH

EVELYN PRIEST

MICHAEL HULSEY, NP

CHARLES EATON , RN

Systematic approach , succinct and great intro

TANNER LONG (Medical Student)

ROBERT CAGLIERO III

ANDA JARVIS, NP

ZAINAB SADDIQ

Teaching was clear,made chest x-ray interpretation easy to grasp

THEODOROS GKOUSGKOUNIS

GLENN VELEZ, PA-C

clearly explained course on essentials of reading CXR

NA AB

UMESH BANDGAR, MD

VINAY KAPADIA, NP

INGRID TRAUSMILLER, PT

Very helpful. Easy to follow! Recommend it!

YOHANNES TEFERI, MD

Excellent!

ADOLFO AGUILERA, MD

Clear and to the point.

ALINA PALANCHUK

STEPHANIE FINGLAND

SAMUEL BAKER, RN

KURTLEY DU PLESSIS, MD

Thanks for the great approach.

MARIAN GELBER

very informative, good refresher

MOHAMED EL AMINE ABADA, MD

DELILAH TURNER

This is great! I enjoy and learn from all of your video lectures.

TOLOA PEARL

Very helpful. Thank you.

BERNARD O’FLYNN, MD

excellent clear introduction to chest xray

TEKE APALATA

BRIAN STACY

PAUL VERRETTE

well done. The basics of the lateral would be helpful

LEONID BRODSKY, MD

WENDELL BLOCK, MD

Helpful to review methodical approach to reading CXRs

GERALD GLAVAZ