High Resolution CT Scan vs. CT Scan - A Clear Medical Video

CT Scans vs. HRCT Explained Clearly

The Key Differences Between Standard and High Resolution CT Scans (HRCT) | taught by Roger Seheult, MD

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Course Contents:
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CT Scan of the Chest Explained Clearly
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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 the key differences between CT Scans and high resolution CT (HRCT) with this clear and concise medical lecture by Dr. Seheult.

We're glad you're here!

You may have noticed that this medical video is 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, medical review notes) is only available here at MedCram.com - and not available on YouTube.

We've got you covered!

MedCram medical videos allows 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 CT Scan of the Chest Explained Clearly very informative, easy to follow, and fun.

Reviews for CT Scans vs. HRCT Explained Clearly (94)

by brian creghan
Great Dr. He is the reason we need to get rid of USMLE and have instructors like this giving internship review courses and graded
by Fantahun Tedla
by Enamul Islam
See all 94 reviews
by brian creghan
Great Dr. He is the reason we need to get rid of USMLE and have instructors like this giving internship review courses and graded
by Fantahun Tedla
by Enamul Islam
by Fernando Fernandez Arcas
by Theunis van der Merwe
by Jordan Podval
by Adrianna Silva
by Duncan Inglis
Great description of both ct and hi resolution ct scans and where and why you would use these Many thanks
by ahmed hammad
by Clare Santana
nice and short and concise
by Kim Rolston
by UPEN CHOKSI
Explained in easy words, thoroughly and to the point, the difference between the two. Regards, Upen R. Choksi
by natalie gerzanich
Thanks! That was helpful. Makes sense what HRCT are.
by KUAN YU LIN
by Juan Sarmiento, PA
by Connie Chan
by David Everett
Love the clear concise approach to how MedCram's topics are explained.
by delia berinde
too short , not enough information
by Emil Karjin
concise
by Richard Benian
by Trang Nguyen
Easy to understand reasons to order each - but would like some guidance as to help interpret/read CT images of the lungs
by Michele Wilkinson
by ross lauger
by abdelazem hassan mohamed awad
by abdelazem hassan mohamed awad
by Zbigniew chmielewski
A lot of emphasis on pathophysiology and mechanism which is the best way to memorize the details and be able to see the big picture. Excellent quality course.
by Willem Paulus
I appreciate distinction between the two and much detail each cover. Great video
by Christine Anne Geronimo
great
by Patrick Purcell
Succinct and Excellent
by vinay kapadia
by Allison Callahan
Very clear and concise.
by mona philby
by Abdullah AKTAŞ
by Bernard O’Flynn
Good
by lee kang hiun
by Suraj K P
by Michael Hulsey
by edwin gillia,
by wayne Knox
This was a five-star. Well presented and easily understood. thank you
by Matthew Apedo
by Joseph Schnepp
by Amy Farstad
by Gerry Prieto
by Amr Atta
by Nicole Reveal
This video was brief but had useful information.
by hamzeh algneady
by Munaf siyamwala
by Katra Senica
by Kat Ando
Really appreciate your lectures, thank you!
by Pamela Hendleman
very informative in ways that I could understand. Thank you.
by Robert Bliss
by lisa ruocchio
by Christof Welss
by sergio daphne
Excellent
by Wendy Ray
by Murat Sari
by Dr ajay Parmar
by Vish Shan
by li ho
by Chinedu ejike
by Elizabeth Sesler
by Stephanie Petruzzo
by theresa core
by sidra arshad
by Melissa Pontini
by Mark Zender
by sakshi baijal
by jovana t
by edson mendes
by Pedro Rocha
by Abdi Osman Mohamud
by Guillermo Acevedo
Very clear and easy to remember.
by Amanda Carter
by zachary tomasik
Decent way to distinguish between nodules and fibrosis/emphysema
by Suchi Mishra
by abdullah mirza
by Michael Isaac
by shawna finding
by Lauren Achiam
by Missy Jiang
Very brief and clear explanation about the purpose of regular and HRCT tests. Very helpful for clinicians to decide the selection of regular vs. HRCT scan.
by Missy Jiang
by Talha Farooq
by hani deelo
by Dana Sills
very helpful and easy to understand
by lauren fogle
by mina Verdusco
great thank you very much
by Jose Luz
by Antonio Smith
kept things simple and easy to digest. serves its purpose effectively and efficiently
by Dawn Lucas
by Victoria Grady
very helpful.
by Sara Carnes Costello, NP
Appreciate the clarity of the explanations, brief but meaningful!
by josefa rodriguez
by Jennica Lippold
by Aakriti Pandita

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Understand the key differences between CT Scans and high resolution CT (HRCT) with this clear and concise medical lecture by Dr. Seheult.

We're glad you're here!

You may have noticed that this medical video is 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, medical review notes) is only available here at MedCram.com - and not available on YouTube.

We've got you covered!

MedCram medical videos allows 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 CT Scan of the Chest Explained Clearly very informative, easy to follow, and fun.

Reviews for CT Scans vs. HRCT Explained Clearly (94)

by brian creghan
Great Dr. He is the reason we need to get rid of USMLE and have instructors like this giving internship review courses and graded
by Fantahun Tedla
by Enamul Islam
See all 94 reviews
by brian creghan
Great Dr. He is the reason we need to get rid of USMLE and have instructors like this giving internship review courses and graded
by Fantahun Tedla
by Enamul Islam
by Fernando Fernandez Arcas
by Theunis van der Merwe
by Jordan Podval
by Adrianna Silva
by Duncan Inglis
Great description of both ct and hi resolution ct scans and where and why you would use these Many thanks
by ahmed hammad
by Clare Santana
nice and short and concise
by Kim Rolston
by UPEN CHOKSI
Explained in easy words, thoroughly and to the point, the difference between the two. Regards, Upen R. Choksi
by natalie gerzanich
Thanks! That was helpful. Makes sense what HRCT are.
by KUAN YU LIN
by Juan Sarmiento, PA
by Connie Chan
by David Everett
Love the clear concise approach to how MedCram's topics are explained.
by delia berinde
too short , not enough information
by Emil Karjin
concise
by Richard Benian
by Trang Nguyen
Easy to understand reasons to order each - but would like some guidance as to help interpret/read CT images of the lungs
by Michele Wilkinson
by ross lauger
by abdelazem hassan mohamed awad
by abdelazem hassan mohamed awad
by Zbigniew chmielewski
A lot of emphasis on pathophysiology and mechanism which is the best way to memorize the details and be able to see the big picture. Excellent quality course.
by Willem Paulus
I appreciate distinction between the two and much detail each cover. Great video
by Christine Anne Geronimo
great
by Patrick Purcell
Succinct and Excellent
by vinay kapadia
by Allison Callahan
Very clear and concise.
by mona philby
by Abdullah AKTAŞ
by Bernard O’Flynn
Good
by lee kang hiun
by Suraj K P
by Michael Hulsey
by edwin gillia,
by wayne Knox
This was a five-star. Well presented and easily understood. thank you
by Matthew Apedo
by Joseph Schnepp
by Amy Farstad
by Gerry Prieto
by Amr Atta
by Nicole Reveal
This video was brief but had useful information.
by hamzeh algneady
by Munaf siyamwala
by Katra Senica
by Kat Ando
Really appreciate your lectures, thank you!
by Pamela Hendleman
very informative in ways that I could understand. Thank you.
by Robert Bliss
by lisa ruocchio
by Christof Welss
by sergio daphne
Excellent
by Wendy Ray
by Murat Sari
by Dr ajay Parmar
by Vish Shan
by li ho
by Chinedu ejike
by Elizabeth Sesler
by Stephanie Petruzzo
by theresa core
by sidra arshad
by Melissa Pontini
by Mark Zender
by sakshi baijal
by jovana t
by edson mendes
by Pedro Rocha
by Abdi Osman Mohamud
by Guillermo Acevedo
Very clear and easy to remember.
by Amanda Carter
by zachary tomasik
Decent way to distinguish between nodules and fibrosis/emphysema
by Suchi Mishra
by abdullah mirza
by Michael Isaac
by shawna finding
by Lauren Achiam
by Missy Jiang
Very brief and clear explanation about the purpose of regular and HRCT tests. Very helpful for clinicians to decide the selection of regular vs. HRCT scan.
by Missy Jiang
by Talha Farooq
by hani deelo
by Dana Sills
very helpful and easy to understand
by lauren fogle
by mina Verdusco
great thank you very much
by Jose Luz
by Antonio Smith
kept things simple and easy to digest. serves its purpose effectively and efficiently
by Dawn Lucas
by Victoria Grady
very helpful.
by Sara Carnes Costello, NP
Appreciate the clarity of the explanations, brief but meaningful!
by josefa rodriguez
by Jennica Lippold
by Aakriti Pandita

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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