The Radiology Assistant is a non-profit organization.
Our goal is to provide education in radiology and to help medical care in South East Asia.
The Radiology Assistant is an initiative of the radiologist Robin Smithuis for the Radiology Society of the Netherlands to provide up-to-date radiological education for radiology residents and radiologists.
The free availability of this information reflects the commitment of the Radiology Assistant to provide knowledge to a wide audience.
We focus on common clinical problems in which imaging plays a major role in the management of the patient.
The subjects are presented by experts in the field.
Editors in chief:
Robin Smithuis (left), radiologist in the Rijnland Hospital, Leiderdorp, the Netherlands
Otto van Delden (right), interventional radiologist in the Academic Medical Center of the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
English text editor:
Marieke Hazewinkel (left) and Jennifer Bradshaw (right).
the Radiology Assistant gets money for the iPhone- and iPad-version of the web-site.
This is all used for charity and is given to Medical Action Myanmar.
Medical Action Myanmar
The driving force behind Medical Action Myanmar is Dr Frank Smithuis, a long-term veteran in health activities in Myanmar together with 3 former colleagues: Dr Khin Zarli Aye, Dr NiNi Tun and Rene Mous.
In addition, a number of health professionals, who have been involved in health activities in Myanmar are supporting MAM, including Professor Nick White of the Oxford and Mahidol University, Dr Alex Winkler who is former director of MSF Holland and currently director of Doctors for Children and Guy Stallworthy, who is former director of PSI Myanmar and currently working with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
iPhone version of the Radiology Assistant
The Radiology Assistant for iPhone is written by Wouter Veldhuis, radiologist at the University Medical Center Utrecht, in Utrecht the Netherlands.
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The app uses localized content with a layout that is optimized for your device's screen.
This means the articles can be viewed regardless of wifi/3G availability.
And with very fast loading times!
iPad version of the Radiology Assistant
Using the iPad-app is the best way to study the content of the radiology asistant.
You can use it when and wherever you want, because you don't have to be online.
There are over 70 articles in 8 categories with regular updates.
Just click on a category and find the article that you're interested in.