We're releasing three new call-prep assessments: Body CT, Chest CT, and Neuro MRI (75 cases total). Assessment cases include nested multiple choice questions that follow a recommended search pattern. You also can add your own preliminary report. Assessments are available to institutions.
This new feature allows program directors to assign courses and assessments to trainees. Program directors can select multiple trainees at once and can notify them via email of new assignments. Once added, the trainee(s) will see the assignment in their account (accessible via "Your Assignments" link at the top of the page) and have the option to mark it complete.
New Neuro MRI Course 🎉
We've added new MRI brain and spine lessons, which cover high-yield diagnoses for call and emphasize common resident misses.
Check it out: https://www.casestacks.com/neuro/mri/
New Cross-Sectional Courses
We've added Body and Chest CT courses!
Improved Site Speed & Stability
Over the past few months we've made a number of improvements to site speed and stability, including transitioning to new server hardware and software.
Show/Hide Anatomy Labels
For the anatomy modules you can now toggle the anatomy labels on and off.
Check it out:
- Med school modules: https://www.casestacks.com/medical-school/radiographic-anatomy/
- Temporal bone anatomy: https://www.casestacks.com/medical-school/radiographic-anatomy/
New Site Design
Our entire site (including the navigation and landing page) has been completely redesigned. The new design is more modern, flexible, and loads faster.
New Radiograph Courses
We've completed three new courses covering peds, MSK, and abdominal radiographs. That's 696 new cases! 🤩
We're releasing new call-prep assessments, including 105 cases covering a mix of Neuro CT and radiographs designed to simulate radiology call. Cases include nested multiple choice questions that follow a recommended search pattern and allow you to add your own preliminary report.
"Hybrid" Case Loading
For select cases with lots of images (such as CT spine) you can now chose to load an image stack (faster loading times, but not interactive) or a fully interactive stack (windowable etc, but slower to load). Hopefully this makes viewing cases easier/faster for those of you with slow internet connections! We'll expand this functionality to additional cases over the coming months.