Radiology Books available through Cardinal Meyer Library:
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Academic Search Premier*
A multi-disciplinary database that provides full text for nearly 4,500 journals, including full text for more than 3,600 peer-reviewed titles.
McGraw–Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology.
Full text articles focusing on complementary, holistic and integrated approaches to health care and wellness.
Full text biology and medical journals indexed in PubMed.
Britannica Academic Edition
Encyclopædia Britannica, Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary and Thesaurus, magazines and periodicals, and many other research tools provide a variety of reliable sources to use to conduct thorough research.
Indexes nursing and allied health publications plus legal cases, clinical innovations, critical paths, drug records, research instruments and clinical trials with indexing back to 1937.
Consumer Health Complete*
Consumer-oriented content supports the information needs of patients.
Search multiple EBSCO databases simultaneously. Custom select any number of databases from the library’s complete list available through EBSCO.
Free Medical Journals.com
Full text of hundreds of medical journals.
Accesses online journals and institutional repository/ self-submitted scholarly articles.
Health Source: Consumer Edition*
This database is the richest collection of consumer health information available to libraries worldwide.
Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition*
In addition to many full text journals, Health Source includes the Lexi-PAL Drug Guide which provides up-to-date, concise and clinically relevant drug monographs.
LexisNexis Academic (now Nexis Uni)
Full text coverage of news, business, law, medicine and general reference.
LWW Nursing & Health Professions Premier Collection
Full-text nursing and allied health journals.
References and abstracts from biomedical journals with links to some full text.
Gateway to the resources of the National Library of Medicine.
Provides access to MEDLINE citations with links to many sites providing full-text articles.
The U.S. National Institutes of Health free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature.
Indexes more than 10 million scientific journal articles and book chapters.
Films on Demand
Multidisciplinary documentary film resource.
Radiologic Technology Videos from Films on Demand:
Medical Imaging: X-Rays, CT, MRI, Ultrasound, and Virtual Reality (38:04)
This comprehensive overview assesses a number of noninvasive ways to look inside the human body. Segment one addresses the limitations of X-ray and fluoroscopic technologies and introduces computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasound. Segment two describes how images are digitized and discusses the practical difficulties in achieving a clear image. Segment three demonstrates how computers can be used to enhance image definition. And segment four features two virtual reality programs that allow medical students to practice performing a craniotomy to remove a tumor and percutaneous rhizotomy to treat trigeminal neuralgia.
The Medical Imaging Revolution (52:06)
With advances in genetics and pharmacology capturing much of the public’s attention, it’s easy to overlook another rapidly evolving area of health science: medical imaging. This program fully explores that topic, spotlighting technologies which enable doctors to visually render the body’s interior at an astonishing level of detail. New possibilities for surgical precision are also featured.
The History of Medical Imaging (52:30)
Over the past century, Nobel Prize–winning scientists and doctors have worked untiringly to develop and fine-tune highly effective medical imaging equipment—tools that play a vital role in diagnosis and treatment. Combining rarely seen archival footage, interviews with imaging specialists, and incredible medical images, this program highlights milestones in X-ray scanning, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, and nuclear imaging.
Radiologic Technology Careers Series (55:43)
This four-part series—endorsed by the Radiologic Society of America and the Associated Sciences Consortium—introduces viewers to a diverse group of doctors and technicians who are pursuing rewarding careers in the radiological sciences. After watching these programs, students will see that the field of radiology includes much more than X-rays.
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