Heed, Knowledge, Cautionary in Radiology Reading Room



The College is proud to announce the launch of a new section in the College Newsletter, titled 'Heed, Knowledge, Cautionary in Radiology Reading Room' (HKCRRR). Through sharing with members and fellows the radiological findings of interesting radiology cases which can easily be misinterpreted, the new section coincides with our long-standing objective of upholding the professional standard of Radiology. It also serves another example that the College continues to strive for updating the professional knowledge of our members and fellows via various means.


The HKCRRR boasts a simple design with discussion directing readers straight to the most relevant information. The realm of Radiology is ever-expanding, the same will apply for the scope of cases that can be shared in this new feature. Members and fellows are most welcomed to share their cases with us, as well as giving feedbacks for the published cases. The submitted cases will be reviewed by a panel of experienced Fellows and every single case to be published will be further evaluated by invited experts of the field.


Going forward, the College will continue to seek opportunity to expand the role of the HKCRRR, including building a library of interesting cases that allow members and fellows to walk through systematically. I am sure HKCRRR will create the learning experience that many of us have been looking for. Do frequently visit the section.


Dr. Wong Yiu Chung
Warden, Hong Kong College of Radiologists


Issue 01, March 2018