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4,600+ Expert-Written Diagnoses
More than 4,600 diagnoses written by the world’s leading experts in radiology. Each diagnosis module contains Key Facts, Terminology, Imaging Findings, Differential Diagnosis, Pathology, Clinical Issues, Diagnostic Checklist, and Selected References linked to sources like PubMed.
200,000 Images
STATdx includes over 200,000 searchable images, including x-ray, CT, MR and ultrasound images.
1,500+ Expert Differential Diagnosis Topics
The 1,500+ Expert Differential Diagnosis modules are based on anatomy, imaging patterns, clinical presentation, or modality-specific findings.
300 Comprehensive Anatomy Modules
Over 300 Anatomy modules. Each module includes normal anatomy color graphics, multiple modalities and planes, all extensively labeled. In addition, each module includes Terminology, Imaging Anatomy Issues, and Clinical Implications.
20,000 Patient Cases
Over 20,000 supporting individual patient cases, each of which includes demographics, history, case description, and the author/contributor. The description includes case notes and annotations from a renowned expert in that field. All cases include numerous labeled images and certain cases include cine clips.
200+ Procedures
Review concise, detailed information for both simple and interventional radiological procedures. Includes step-by-step guidelines, images, pre- , intra- and post-procedure tips, and common potential problems and complications.
Diagnostic Confidence
Make Decisions with Differentials
Differential Diagnosis topics are created by radiology specialists in each area and contain a list of diagnoses relevant to a specific finding (such as liver scar). The diagnoses are ranked by Common, Less Common, or Rare. Unique imaging clues help you determine which diagnoses to consider and compare, guiding you through the diagnostic process.
Compare Diagnoses
Once you determine which differentials to consider, use the Compare feature to compare multiple diagnoses, side-by-side.
Patient Case Examples
Each example case is connected to a specific diagnosis and includes demographics, history, case description and the author/contributor. All cases include numerous labeled images and certain cases include cine clips.
40,000 Live References
Key references appear at the end of each diagnosis, selected by radiology experts. Click to delve deeper into the details.
Use RADsearch to search alternate information online, including Key Radiology Journals, Google, Google Scholar, Google Images, PDF Search and PubMed. The full text is available in open access journals or through your journal subscription.
RADTools is a compilation of common tools utilized by radiologists, often referred to as “look up” information for reports and patient care. Includes tables such as TNM and Cancer Staging Tables, work-up protocols, alignment angle references and classifications. Also includes many types of calculators, including calculators to determine bone age and radiation dosages.
Global Search
STATdx Global Search allows non-English speakers to search STATdx in 49 different languages. Powered by Google™ Translations with search results in English.
User Interface Translations
Users can select a language other than English to display throughout the user interface, allowing for searches in their preferred language. Translations are available in eight languages: Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Italian, German, French, and Japanese.
Answers Right When You Need Them
Browse Diagnoses Within Context
Content hierarchies guide you through categories of diseases.
System-Wide Search
Use the STATdx advanced search engine to quickly find the diagnoses, differential diagnoses, imaging anatomy, procedures, imaging findings, and RADTools you are searching for.
Category Search
Limit searches to a specific category
Topic Previews
Preview topic content when browsing topic titles in the table of contents, in search results, and within diagnosis modules
Consistent Format
Each topic follows the same organizational format, making it simple to find the information you need every time
Image Search
Use image search to quickly browse through the 200,000 high-quality, richly annotated images
Pin Favorites to Top
Pin your favorite categories to the top of the home page for easy access.
Save your favorites and bookmark diagnoses for later review and easy access.
Track History
The side panel shows the topics you have recently viewed.
Download Images
Download images to presentations for educational purposes.


Can I access STATdx on an iPad?

Yes, STATdx is a web-based application that works on mobile versions of Safari and Chrome. However, please keep in mind that STATdx works best on a personal computer because of the image sizes. We've taken special care to make sure you have what you need in the reading room.

How was the content developed and where did the images come from?

Elsevier STATdx content is authored and updated by a world-renowned team of leading radiologists. Each diagnosis and image was written and submitted by a radiologist who specializes in that area of diagnosis, creating the world’s largest collection of radiology information compiled by radiology experts.

Can STATdx be used in academic institutions?

Yes! STATdx is used in 99% of all radiology academic institutions in the US and Canada. The exemplary cases in STATdx are optimal for a diagnostic learning environment. Historically, it took radiology trainees years to collect a foundation of case-based radiology knowledge. Using STATdx they can acquire this radiology case exposure for a given diagnosis in minutes!

Can I earn CME Credit in STATdx?

Physicians can now earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ through STATdx. Active STATdx users can earn point of care (PoC) learning credit for the queries they perform in STATdx. For more information visit https://www.statdx.com/cme.