Guide to Resources for Radiologic Imaging Sciences Students
You may perform a search in using a set of keywords or subjects (or any of several other criteria if needed). Here are some examples of terms for a keyword or subject search:
There are many medical reference books and these specifically for radiology:
Dorland's radiology/oncology word book R 616.07 R477d
Stedman's radiology words: includes nuclear medicine & other imaging. R 616.07 S812s
Glossary of maxillofacial radiology R 617.607572 S333g
You may find information in magazine and journal articles. Articles may be found in either in print, electronic or online versions of periodicals.
Current issues journals held by the library may be found shelved in the Periodicals section.
The Canadian journal of medical radiation technology
To search electronic databases for articles, these databases will be particularly helpful:
Comprehensive access to specific magazines and journals online can be found at the library webpage list called: A-Z List of Journals
The library has a large collection of full-text online books. Your search in our catalog may offer you ebooks or they can be found through a link to netLibrary (you will need your pipeline user name and password to use eBooks from off-campus)
Websites of interest:
FDA Center for Devices and Radiologic Health http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/index.html
National Council on Radiation Protection & Measurements http://www.ncrponline.org/
National Institutes of Health Diagnostic Radiology Department http://clinicalcenter.nih.gov/drd/
National Medical Library Diagnostic Imaging http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/diagnosticimaging.html
Visible Human Project http://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/visible/visible_human.html
XRay Technician Schools http://www.xraytechnicianschools.net/
Health Occupations Students of America http://www.hosa.org
Please ask, call, email or IM a librarian for assistance if you do not find the information you need through this guide.