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DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
3635 Vista Blvd at Grand Blvd
Saint Louis, Missouri 63110-0250
Phone: 314-577-8025
Website: http://radiology.slu.edu
Email: radiology@slu.edu
 

Department of Radiology - Medical Student Clerkships



 

Medical student rotations are three weeks long. Four clerkships are currently offered:

General Radiology: Students rotate through plain films and fluoroscopy, body CT, body MRI and ultrasound, mammography, and interventional radiology at SLU Hospital.

Neuroradiology: Students rotate through adult neuroradiology at SLU Hospital.

Pediatric Radiology: Students rotate through pediatric radiology at Cardinal Glennon Hospital.

Pediatric Neuroradiology: Students rotate through pediatric neuroradiology at Cardinal Glennon Hospital.

During the clerkship, medical students closely interact with radiology residents and attendings as they interpret imaging studies or perform procedures. Students are expected to attend the mandatory lectures / small group sessions for medical students as well as daily radiology noon conferences for residents. Students must also prepare a short presentation on a specific radiologic topic of interest in the last week of their clerkship.

Radiology books are available in our department's library and can be borrowed from our program coordinator, Janet Knopp. The short introductory chest x-ray text book titled "Felson's Principles of Chest Roentgenology" is highly recommended for all medical students. For questions regarding learning resources, feel free to contact Dr. Stacy Kim at stacykim@slu.edu.

Please report to the radiology department's main office at 8AM on the first day of the rotation for orientation. The main office is on the second floor of SLU Hospital. The red arrow on this map will guide you: http://radiology.slu.edu/uploads/images/slu_map.jpg

Neuroradiology cases:

For SLU students, the SLU online library has several radiology texts including Fundamentals of Diagnostic Radiology by Brant and Helms, a comprehensive reference.
http://lib.slu.edu/mcl

Lectures for the current rotation:

To be announced.

The lectures will take place in the radiology conference room. The following quizzes may be taken after attending the corresponding lectures. The quizzes are graded as pass/fail and are designed to be learning tools rather than grading assessments.

Chest Radiography Quiz:
http://slu.chestquiz.sgizmo.com/s3/
Body CT Quiz:
http://slu.bodyquiz.sgizmo.com/s3/
Ordering Imaging Studies Quiz:
http://slu.appropriatenessquiz.sgizmo.com/s3/

For medical students planning to do an externship at SLU or for any other questions regarding the radiology clerkship, please contact Janet Knopp (program coordinator) at knoppjc@slu.edu or 314-268-5781.