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Sample sessions

Below are sample sessions from R-ITI which, like all R-ITI sessions, have been written by subject specialists. They demonstrate how the e-learning works, how multimedia features like animation are used to support the learning and how learners can check their understanding of a subject through assessment.

Cardiac Tumour

Reviewed in 2015

Cardiac TumourIn this session you will learn about the more common types of cardiac tumour. The imaging approach in these patients is discussed and the cross-sectional imaging appearances of some of these tumours is presented.



Cardiac Shapes

Reviewed in 2015

Cardiac ShapesThis session reviews the normal cardiac outline and which chambers contribute to this, followed by a review of specific chamber enlargement or absence and how this will alter the normal cardiac shape. A review of different diagnoses which result in characteristic cardiac shapes enabling the diagnosis to be made from the chest radiograph. Associated features such as other mediastinal findings and changes in the lungs will be included, where relevant e.g. right aortic arch.



Abnormalities of the Bladder and Urethra

Reviewed in 2016

Abnormalities Of The Bladder And UrethraIn this session you will learn about congenital abnormalities of the bladder and urethra. You will also learn about some normal anatomical structures in the urethra which can be confused with abnormalities.




Reviewed in 2016

Vestibular SchwannomasIn this session, we will cover the anatomy of the cerebellopontine angle (CPA) and the common types of CPA lesions with emphasis on vestibular schwannomas. We will briefly discuss the presentation of such lesions and the strategy for their investigation, including the role of computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and advanced MRI sequences.




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