RSNA Pilot Study

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This webpage collects the omments of students of the pilot study (2005-2007) supported by the RSNA/AUR/APDR/SCARD Radiology Educational Research Development Award

"The 3D imaging was really helpful in visualizing areas of the body that we could not see clearly in lab. Because the spatial relationships and surface anatomy are so important for clinical practice, the 3D imaging is such a useful learning tool, and I hope that all of the areas of the body can be studied this way (especially the pelvis!)"

“Bravo! I think this should replace cadaver study. ”

“I found the comparison of the model with CT images to be the most helpful aspect of this program. ”

“Visualizing 3D objects in 2D images (such as in CT, MR, and US) is really difficult, and I think SLICER is an invaluable tool to help us to do that!”

“It would be nice to be able to easily compare images on Slicer from different cases, in particular to view various anatomical variations or to compare a variation to the normal structure.”

“I think it would be a useful tool in radiology lab to use alongside the current online modules.”

“This session was fantastic! I gained a new appreciation of being to see the body in 3D terms. Initially I got a little frustrated trying to figure the program out -- but, in time I was able to use it sufficiently well to learn from the program. I only wish that Slicer could be installed on all of the computers in the other skills areas so more students could use it.”

“This is something that is very useful if you have a hard time seeing things in dissection, plus it really helped my visualize CT scans. I also worked in a small group which I also thought was very beneficial.”

“As long as it's complete, I think it will be a fantastic learning tool. ”