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Do you find paediatric elbow x-rays difficult to interpret?

Do you want to learn how to read them like a pro?

Would you like to be part of a unique global research project on paediatric elbow x-ray interpretation?

If your answer is yes to any of these questions then read on.

Paediatric elbow x-rays can be some of the most challenging images we interpret. With the ever-changing number of growth centres as children age, an x-ray of a 3-year-old is very different to an 11-year-old.

DFTB have developed our first global study, using the power of the DFTB community. We are looking at understanding elbow x-ray interpretation in children. For around 20 minutes of your time, we’ll get to understand more about this tricky topic and you’ll get some DFTB-style education and a certificate.

The study closes on 7th September 2021.

To find out more visit

Be a part of something new. Our first global piece of research - and no Lego munching required!

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