BerlinCaseViewer for your mobile device. Or your Mac.

In everyday clinical practice, radiological procedures from MRI to CT will time and again lead you to diagnoses. The BerlinCaseViewer app makes it easy for you to study cases – with interactive quizzes for a hands-on learning experience.

Put your knowledge to the test and download the BerlinCaseViewer app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store now!

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About the app

The BerlinCaseViewer App is a medical training tool for you to learn how to interpret medical images on your iPhone, iPad, Android phone, or Mac – at home, on the go, or wherever you like. To give you a realistic learning experience the BerlinCaseViewer App is developed by radiologists for radiologists.


Get your free version for iPhone, iPad, Mac or Android devices.

How it works

Find full image data sets, curated by experienced specialists for various diseases. The BerlinCaseViewer App features:

  • Medical image data sets complete with related clinical information and case summaries
  • Medical image data displayed in high resolution
  • Interactive learning with multiple-choice questions to guide you through medical cases
  • Expert demonstrations in written and oral form
  • Offline learning once the case data is loaded
  • Regularly new learning modules

On-site Courses

You do not feel like studying on your own? Get colleagues to join. We will create an interactive learning experience with hands-on courses supported by our iPad-based training system.

Find out more about our on-site courses.

The BerlinCaseViewer blog – Latest Posts

On our blog, we share current news and developments in radiology with you. What else is new? Stay up to date with features of the BerlinCaseViewer app. Read on here.

NEW: Module on MRI of the Knee Joint Focussing on Meniscus Injuries

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Czy mówisz po polsku? Now radiologists and rheumatologists in our neighboring country Poland can get a head start on X-ray diagnosis of rheumatic diseases of the hands and feet in their native language. How did it come about? Dr. Dennis Bielecki, a radiologist currently working at Kings College in London, approached us looking for opportunities to collaborate. As he has extensive knowledge in the field of conventional radiography and completed his studies in Poland - as a US-American - it was obvious to ask him to translate selected cases.

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