Identifying rheumatoid arthritis early can be difficult. In general practice, there is often a lack of experience with the inflammatory rheumatic autoimmune disease. A reason for this might be that specialist training in the field of rheumatology is not exactly the first choice for medical students. Yet, prompt treatment is important for good medical care […]
Joachim Sieper is a Professor of Rheumatology at the Benjamin Franklin Campus of the Charité Berlin. In an interview with online editor Eva Reidemeister, he reveals why the term “Bechterew’s disease” is outdated and why we speak of axial spondyloarthritis today.
The BerlinCaseViewer app offers you a range of modules in the field of radiological training. Some of them more, some of them less extensive. In the future, you will be able to better follow your progress during case work-up and adjust the font size on large screens, among other things. This article gives an overview […]
The year 2021 is drawing to a close, and we at BerlinCaseViewer are taking the opportunity to look back on the past twelve months. What successes have we been able to celebrate with our specialist radiology modules? What has happened in our team? And what can you expect from the BCV in terms of radiological training in 2022? Find out more in our annual review 2021.
Now one might ask: What does the most beautiful Christmas cookie with medical relevance actually look like? Does an entire dough skeleton fit in the oven? And what ingredients is such a cookie made of for Santa Claus, M.D.? With the BerlinCaseViewer the matter was clear: Under the banner of biscuitology, we would bake sacroiliitis, syndesmophytes and the like.