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80 Dr.Krekotin

Friday 05/31/2013 19:54:34 MDT
It's greate resourse. Well done!

Background: Russia
79 KYH
Location: South Korea

Thursday 05/30/2013 22:58:32 MDT
This website is fantastic, incredible, amazing,,,

Thank you for your effort.

Background: Radiologist
78 chen zhuqing
Location: china

Saturday 05/25/2013 23:43:21 MDT
Neuroanatomy modules are in minute details,I hope more people in China know this web site.

Background: radiology fellow
77 Taylor Stone
Location: St. Louis, MO

Saturday 05/18/2013 08:15:47 MDT
Thank you for all your hard work developing this site. It is absolutely fantastic. I have personally enjoyed using the modules, cases, and most recently flash cards as I have begun studying for the new Core exam and I definitely recommend the site to other residents.



Best,



Taylor

Background: Chief Resident
76 dr nishu
Location: india

Tuesday 05/14/2013 01:26:13 MDT
excellent work !

Background: radiologist
75 dr anil
Location: India

Thursday 05/02/2013 01:00:54 MDT
its really amazing with all those information with a single click.you people have done a wonderful job

thank you so much

Background: radiology student
74 Scott
Location: Kansas City

Tuesday 04/30/2013 14:55:47 MDT
Outstanding resource. Any chance for identifying brachial plexus on CT atlas?

Background: Medical Physics
73 Haifang Li
Location: Stony Brook University

Monday 04/29/2013 08:58:33 MDT
Your interactive brain atlas is a great help for us to understand the brain anatomy. I wish you could label brodmann's area on the MRI images so that it will help fmri studies.



Thanks for creating such nice atlas's.

Background: Research Scientist
72 lee myung ki
Location: s.korea

Sunday 04/28/2013 19:35:47 MDT
thank you for your all things....

Background: technician
71 HANIFEHPOUR
Location: IRAN

Wednesday 04/24/2013 13:11:36 MDT
FANTASTIC SITE BUT I CAN NOT DOWNLOAD ANATOMY FILES. THANKS

HANIFEHR@YAHOO.COM

Background: RESIDENT
70 Dr.Taha
Location: Saudi Arabia

Thursday 03/21/2013 13:28:46 MDT
Amazing... I was looking for such a site for a lon time...today I've found it...the efforts you have done are highly appreciated.

Thanks a lot for that

Taha

Background: Internist
69 Mazen
Location: Cleveland, OH

Tuesday 03/19/2013 18:45:59 MDT
It's really a great site. That's what I was looking for. It looks like real neuroradiology rotation with a free source to learn more.



I think you can add Brain MRA & CT with contrast for main vessels when you have free time.



Thank you very much for this site. Wish you the best!

Background: Medical Student
68 arvy
Location: India

Friday 03/08/2013 06:36:51 MST
fantastic site & one of a kind..:)

Background: Med student
67 jill
Location: uk

Wednesday 02/27/2013 10:45:36 MST
fantastic site

Background: general interest
66 K Blay

Saturday 02/09/2013 12:31:34 MST
Delightful site! Was wondering how to incorporate some of your images and scrolling presentation in Powerpoint slides for teaching.

Acknowledgement will obviously be given



Thanks

Background: Radiologist
65 Michael Kors Outlet

Friday 02/01/2013 22:33:57 MST
Great and nice post thank you.

Background: gewe
64 dr mubeen
Location: india

Friday 02/01/2013 06:41:03 MST
thanks for your great effort in making this website.i feel its unique and helped me get command of h&n anatomy. kindly suggest someother similar site for thorax , abdomen, msk etc ...

?(mubeenb@gmail.com)

Background: radiologist
63 CM
Location: Saint Louis, MO

Wednesday 01/09/2013 09:49:18 MST
Thank you for your enormous effort. This site was wonderful for Boards studying and also in preparation for practice.

Background: Radiologist
62 Dr.Ildiko Szogedi
Location: Budapest,Hungary

Sunday 01/06/2013 07:47:02 MST
This website, and your virtual education methods was excellent, and supported to my scientific work.I wish you all the best for your developer staff.

Best regards,from Budapest

Dr.Ildiko Szogedi Ph.D

Background: University of Pecs - Researcher-Teacher
61 Eliza

Saturday 01/05/2013 10:10:32 MST
Really helpful page for students. Now more easier can understand all anatomycal structures and see them in 3D vision.

Thanks!

Background: radiology student
60 JT

Sunday 12/30/2012 11:12:36 MST
Amazing website! What I have been looking for since I started medical school to learn neuroanatomy! Great for all levels. Simply wonderful and perfect!!

Background: Medical Student
59 Mehboob Hussain
Location: Qassim University, KSA

Sunday 12/23/2012 01:39:53 MST
This is an excellent site. I recommend this site to Radiology residents appearing for the board exams and equivalent. The flash cards are exam oriented and provides quick review. The cases are excellent for learning and review.

well done.

Background: Assist Prof of Radiology
58 teuku_yose
Location: Indonesia

Thursday 12/20/2012 06:49:14 MST
YES, this is the best yet the easiest way to understand the basic anatomy of the head... It's simple and it's clear. It's Great! Thanx very much..!!

Background: neurosurgery
57 Lute Fisk
Location: Norway

Monday 12/10/2012 02:55:07 MST
Thank you for a very user-friendly website, a great way to learn neuroradiolgy with excellent clinical correlation! Keep up the good work Brett.

Background: Radiology Resident
56 milind raje
Location: sharjah UAE

Friday 12/07/2012 08:57:42 MST
lovely site, great presentations.....just the stuff for us; general radiologists who are faced with neurostuff in private practice....keep updating and best of luck

Background: Radiologist
55 mohamed hasan
Location: eygpt

Sunday 11/04/2012 13:29:51 MST
i introduce great thanks for your great effort on preparing this web sit which help the more of radiologists in learning radiology

Background: radiologist
54 V. Georgiev
Location: Bulgaria

Thursday 11/01/2012 10:43:26 MDT
This is the best site i have ever seen. I understant finally so many things. THANK YOU!

Background: This is the best!
53 Akos Jaray
Location: Hungary

Tuesday 10/30/2012 13:10:59 MDT
Thank you very much for the enormous effort!

I found your site brilliant. Great way to learn!

Background: radiologist
52 Cristian Sedano
Location: CHILE

Wednesday 10/24/2012 21:01:28 MDT
Excelent ,easy access and clear information. Good correlation with images and anatomy references.



Thanks a lot

Background: Fellow Neurorradiology
51 Campos-Coy
Location: Monterrey, N.L. Mexico

Thursday 10/18/2012 23:15:28 MDT
Congratulations, outstanding web-site.

Is very obvious your Radiology Education commitment and you did a breakthrough in the way to learn and teach radiology

Great job.....!

Background: Radiology Professor
50 Dr. He
Location: NJ

Monday 10/15/2012 21:51:12 MDT
I have been trying to look for a website for learning NeuroRadiology. Now I know I found it. Finally!!! Thank you so much for your great work!

Background: Neurology
49 amal
Location: dubai

Monday 10/15/2012 01:29:25 MDT
thank you very much for your contribution. Good collection of cases. Can you please include more neonatal cases, God bless you.

Background: radiologist
48 OJL
Location: Houston

Thursday 10/11/2012 14:51:37 MDT
Great website with informative cases! Great job and thank you!!

Background: Neuroradiologist
47 Sara
Location: Canada

Thursday 10/11/2012 13:16:32 MDT
This is for no doubt one of the best radiology websites that I have ever used. Would be lovely also if you could add 3D images on top of Axial, Coronal and Sagital... Thank you!

Background: Radiation Oncology
46 Hender
Location: Utah

Friday 09/07/2012 15:32:38 MDT
this is great! It gets tricky to know exactly were in the brain or skull base the physicians are at times and this is such a help. I hope it does not go away when your fellowship ends!

Background: Surgical physical coder for NRS and ENT
45 Dr.MLDM

Friday 08/31/2012 02:29:11 MDT
O my gosh. Why did I not find this awesome site sooner? Great job. You are awesome.

Background: Radiology resident
44 YouRock

Sunday 08/26/2012 08:02:19 MDT
Thank you! You earned a lot of karma points with this site!

Background: radiology resident
43 rajeev
Location: india

Monday 08/20/2012 15:08:06 MDT
thank u i learnt to evaluate temporal ct

Background: ent consultant
42 Armpit
Location: Australia

Wednesday 08/15/2012 21:28:18 MDT
Great website. Excellent resource for anyone. Best of luck for the transition to private. 1st year consultant is one of the most challenging parts of a career.

Background: Radiology MD
41 Mahmoud Asaad
Location: Jordan

Tuesday 08/07/2012 09:58:11 MDT
I have always looked for something that explains the radio-anatomy of the brain in details so that i can break that shameful silence that strikes me every time the attending points on a very tiny structure in the MRI and simply asks what it is!! This website is a gift not only to radiologists, but to all doctors of all specialties. I can not be more thankful.

Background: Neurosurgery junior resident
40 Niknejad
Location: Tabriz, Iran.

Friday 07/27/2012 08:00:04 MDT
Thanks again for update this great web site .

Background: Radiology Resident
39 zlkf
Location: turkey

Friday 07/27/2012 07:00:57 MDT
thanks for study

Background: radiologist
38 Keith
Location: Illinois

Saturday 07/21/2012 13:38:30 MDT
Great site! Easy navigation.

Background: Musculoskeletal radiologist
37 Richard
Location: MS, USA

Tuesday 07/10/2012 12:47:33 MDT
Big thanks for creating and updating this tremendous gift. Fantastic resource for all of my fellow residents. Wishing you the best of luck in your transition to the other side of radiology!

Background: radiology resident
36 Rosario

Sunday 07/08/2012 08:54:20 MDT
Love this site... thank you!

Background: Radiology Resident
35 Jennifer
Location: Dallas

Friday 07/06/2012 18:20:54 MDT
You're website is incredible. Who could ask for anything more?

Background: patient
34 blaine
Location: montana

Thursday 07/05/2012 09:42:46 MDT
great website...thanks. p.s. how can you guys/gals remember all that stuff?

Background: rad tech
33 Surendra singh Solanki
Location: Navsari, India

Wednesday 07/04/2012 03:33:35 MDT
we as radiation oncologist people, we are always depended on the CT/MRI scans. to contour the disease we should be knowing name of the organ. Last so many years i was always searching this type of info on net. Thanks to u. I will spread this news to many radiation oncologist in India. Thanks again for making our life easy.

Background: Consultant, Radiation Oncology
32 Rajendra M.

Tuesday 07/03/2012 10:37:25 MDT
Its too good a teaching tool, which makes one understand levels easily.

Nice job.

Background: gray
31 Jen
Location: PA

Friday 06/29/2012 03:45:58 MDT
Thank you for creating this beautiful, amazing teaching tool. Love the cases. Please don't ever take it down!

Background: neurology resident