Today we are celebrating the 10th International Radiology Day – IDoR 2021. Every year, radiologists use November 8th to raise awareness of the importance of medical imaging around the world. It was on this day that Conrad Wilhelm Röntgen discovered X-rays 126 years ago. Today, on top of that, we’re celebrating also the release of the Android version of the BerlinCaseViewer app.
Continuing education in radiology made easy – following this credo, we regularly update the BerlinCaseViewer app. This way you can study our special cases even more intuitively. The current version is a tad more user-friendly and also comes with a few new features.
Starting this fall, the learning content of our radiology app will be available in eight more languages in addition to German and English: Spanish, French, Chinese, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Romanian and Greek. In this article, we reveal why we put so much effort into making the BerlinCaseViewer app multilingual, when we seemingly already have a common language with English.
More and more people are using the BerlinCaseViewer to delve into exciting special cases and improve their radiology knowledge. Of course, we too are constantly learning and working on making your experience with our app even more intuitive and interactive. That is why we roll out regular updates.
“Are you on TikTok?,” that is what students ask each other. After all, Generation Z makes up a large chunk of the community, and amusing clips for entertainment in less than 60 seconds are fun. Hence, the self-declared mission of the content platform: “to inspire creativity and bring joy.”
The heart and lungs work as a team to keep us alive. In the second issue of Case of the Month, we focus on these two organs. The new radiology module “Cardio / Pulmo” is all about cardiac and pulmonary diseases.
On February 25th, the platform AuntMinnieEurope.com awarded the best radiological achievements of 2020. A community of over 31,000 members could suggest nominations in eight categories, ranging from “Most Influential Radiology Researcher” to “Best New Radiology Vendor”. A committee decided who would move on into the final. Then the news at the end of 2020: The BerlinCaseViewer, with its free module on COVID-19 pneumonia, first made it onto the shortlist for “Best New Radiology Software” and eventually reached the final.
Do you want to experience our app on the big screen? Well, we haven’t exactly made it to the movies or on television yet. However, the BerlinCaseViewer is now available for the Mac in addition to the iPhone and iPad.
The ASAS Online Case Library provides you with realistic cases to study axial spondyloarthritis (axSpA). The web-based tool allows you to work on cases directly in your browser.
What an eventful year! 2020 was a lot, but definitely different. In the annual review at the BerlinCaseViewer, we review the last twelve months. Find out what’s new and what you can look forward to in 2021.