The website says that it "provides the first comprehensive community internet site for radiologists and related professionals in the medical imaging industry." It provides "a forum for radiologists, business managers, technologists, members of organized medicine, and industry to meet, transact, research, and collaborate on topics within the field of radiology with the ease and speed that only the internet can provide. And it "features the latest news and information about medical imaging."
The website describes itself as "the premier radiological website dedicated to computed tomography (CT) scanning...CTisus.com provides the latest in radiology technology and 3D imaging information, and uploads new content daily."
From MJH Life Sciences: "MJH Life Sciences® delivers trusted information that drives informed decisions across multichannel platforms. MJH Life Sciences® delivers on the reach and influence of key decision makers through print and digital content, live events, educational programs, custom market research, and creative services to over 60 brands."
From the European Society of Radiology: "The purpose of Eurorad is to provide a learning environment for radiologists, radiology residents and students worldwide. It is a peer-reviewed educational tool based on radiological case reports."
From the website: "Innerbody Research’s mission is to provide objective, science-based advice to help our readers make more informed choices about home health products and services. As the healthcare industry rapidly evolves, you can count on us to provide the most up-to-date reviews, guides and research."
From the National Library of Medicine: "MedPix® is a free open-access online database of medical images, teaching cases, and clinical topics, integrating images and textual metadata including over 12,000 patient case scenarios, 9,000 topics, and nearly 59,000 images. Our primary target audience includes physicians and nurses, allied health professionals, medical students, nursing students and others interested in medical knowledge."
According to the website: "RadiologyInfo™ is dedicated to being the trusted source of information for patients, families and health care providers about the vital role of medical imaging, image-guided therapy and radiation therapy in health care."
From the University of Rochester Medical Center: "Our radiology teaching file system contains hundreds of interesting cases available for review. The system is intended to provide practice to physicians, fellows and residents in the interpretation of radiological images from a variety of different cases."
When evaluating information -- especially information you have found online -- it is helpful to practice "lateral reading," which is explained in this video from the University of Louisville Libraries.