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FHS-PK | Radiology: Apps

The purpose of this subject guide is to highlight the important intellectual resources on Radiology including books, eBooks, journals, databases, apps, websites, etc.

Most Popular Apps


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Elsevier Inc.


For more than 135 years, Elsevier has specialized in health science content across the entire curriculum, ensuring students have access to reliable and relevant information. As the premier health science information provider, Elsevier attracts the leading authors and editors in their fields. 

A number of Smart Learning solutions are available for health science faculties and students.


Online, The BMJ is one of the world’s leading general medical journals for researchers, educators, clinicians, and policy-makers. The BMJ app brings you the latest weekly issue including Offline access: handy for planes, trains, and automobiles, or wherever there’s no wi-fi, Selected news articles and columnists, etc.


Most Popular Apps


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Wolters Kluwer Health is the leading clinical decision support resource with evidence-based clinical information – including clinical drug information, patient engagement, clinical terminologies, clinical surveillance, nursing education, nursing practice solutions, medical research, medical, nursing and allied health journal and book publishing solutions, continuing education.

UpToDate, Ovid, Lippincott Apps can be installed on Android.  



 JAMA Network


The JAMA Network brings JAMA together with 11 specialty journals to offer enhanced anytime, anywhere access to the research, reviews, and perspectives shaping the future of medicine. Three mobile applications offer convenient access to JAMA Network content for all your devices.  ​