An enhanced study experience

Hello Folks! Hope you are all studying hard for the exam in April. We noticed that scrolling through our studies resulted in blurry images, and that our plain films were being sub-sampled (shown at a lower resolution). Turns out our DICOM viewer needed to be updated and modified, which we have done. And the results […]

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Introducing Rapid Reporting Bonus Sets

Following requests from members to include rapid reporting sets, we went ahead and did just that! If you are a Silver or Gold member, you may now access 5 sets of 30 films each, which are viewable through our DICOM viewer, here. What sets us apart is that our rapids are made up of full […]

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DICOM: What Sets Us Apart

Our integrated DICOM viewer is what separates us from the rest. But why, what is DICOM? DICOM stands for “Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine,” and is the main image file format used by radiological hardware devices the world over for modalities such as radiography, ultrasonography, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and radiation […]

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FRCR Longs just keeps getting better!

Hello Scholars, There are just three months till exam time, and to help you make the most of it, we’ve expanded our 20 exam-packet offering to 25, for a grand total of 150 high-quality, DICOM-image case files. Happy studying! Sincerely, The FRCR Longs Team

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Tips & Tricks: Long Cases Answer Structure Breakdown

The Long Cases / Reporting Section The purpose of the Long Cases (officially known as “Reporting”) section of the FRCR exam is to test a candidate’s ability to rapidly assess multiple radiological studies of different modalities, spot the findings, and interpret them within the clinical context provided. The candidate then writes an answer that demonstrates […]

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DICOM Viewer Update

Hello Radiology Folks! We have just updated our DICOM viewer, which now features window level presets. The basic window presets will be available in the real exam, including lung, soft tissue and bone. This way your exam prep simulates the FRCR exam experience more closely. Happy studying! Sincerely, The FRCR Longs Team

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Welcome to FRCR Longs!

Hello Folks, Welcome to FRCR Longs, the first dedicated FRCR 2B Long Case practice website, and the first with an integrated DICOM viewer! This site was created with the aim of optimizing your long case score, to help you pass the exam on the first go. That’s why we went the extra mile in incorporating […]

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