About Radiology Masterclass


Radiology Masterclass aims to provide world class educational services. The site is designed with UK medical students and junior doctors in mind, but Radiology Masterclass now reaches a broad range of health care professionals worldwide.

We aim to offer educational material which covers the undergraduate medical imaging curriculum as specified by the Royal College of Radiologists, London, UK. Radiology Masterclass pledges only to publish material which is deemed to be of the highest quality. We believe that this commitment to quality of educational material is the reason for the ongoing success of the site.


Dr Graham Lloyd-Jones - Consultant Radiologist - Radiology MasterclassRadiology Masterclass was founded in 2007 by Dr Graham Lloyd-Jones (BA, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR) who continues as director and editor. Dr Lloyd-Jones initially trained in Graphic Design at the University of the West of England (1991) before going on to study Medicine at Imperial College, London (2001). He trained in post-graduate medicine in West London and then as a Radiologist in Southampton, UK (2009). He now works as a Consultant Radiologist at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, Wiltshire, UK where he is head of the Department of Radiology. His specialist interests are musculoskeletal and thoracic imaging, and he is also the Lead Radiologist for the Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre based at Salisbury. Dr Lloyd-Jones is the co-author and illustrator of 'Radiology at a Glance' (Wiley-Blackwell, 2nd Ed. 2017).

Interview with Dr Graham Lloyd-Jones

Gloria Onwumeme of The Student Doctor Network interviews Dr Graham Lloyd-Jones, founder of Radiology Masterclass. Read the full interview here - Interview with Dr Graham Lloyd-Jones.


Radiology Masterclass is grateful to the following people for their help.

Dr Mary Gawne-Cain (Consultant Neuroradiologist - University Hospital Southampton UK) for her work on editing the CT brain tutorials and CT brain image galleries.

Dr Charles Peebles (Consultant Cardiothoracic Radiologist - University Hospital Southampton UK) for his help in providing images for the 'Basics of MRI Interpretation' tutorial.

Dr Richard Smith (Consultant Rheumatologist - Salisbury District Hospital UK) for editing the 'Imaging of Musculoskeletal Disorders' tutorial.

Dr Mark Wills (Consultant Gastrointestinal Radiologist - Salisbury District Hospital UK) for his work in editing the Chest X-ray tubes tutorial and image gallery.

Dr Chris Watts (Consultant Interventional Radiologist - Royal Bournemouth Hospital UK) for his work in editing the Chest X-ray tubes tutorial and image gallery.

Affiliation scheme

Radiology Masterclass invites academic and health care institutions to join the affiliation scheme. Any individual who is in a recognised role of medical education, undergraduate or postgraduate, can apply to join the scheme on behalf of their institution. Any person associated with an affiliated institution (on the basis of their institutional email address) is given access to the courses section certificated assessments at discounted rates. For more information please see the affiliate scheme page. To apply for membership to the scheme please complete the affiliate scheme application form.


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The use of Radiology Masterclass website is no substitute for formal medical training. Radiology Masterclass takes no responsibility for lack of exam success and advises adherence to local standards required within a formal undergraduate and postgraduate medical education curriculum. Where local advice differs from methodology proffered in the Radiology Masterclass website, local advice must be followed. Radiology Masterclass does not guarantee that data referring to clinical guidelines or nomenclature is up to date. No clinical decision should be made based on material in this website, reference to senior clinical opinion and knowledge gained from wider medical education is always required. Radiology Masterclass does not offer medical advice and if asked to do so via the contact form is not obliged to respond.

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COVID-19 Lung Disease: A Pulmonary Vasculopathy

COVID-19 lung disease is not a respiratory pneumonia. Radiologically the disease is more accurately considered to be a disease of the lung vessels, a pulmonary vasculopathy.

Watch the presentation by Dr Graham Lloyd-Jones, Director of Radiology Masterclass, given on November 11th 2020 at the annual (virtual) conference of the British Society for Haematology, titled - What can the Radiology tell us about the vasculopathy of COVID-19 lung disease?

COVID-19 discussion update

Update from Dr Graham Lloyd-Jones, director of Radiology Masterclass. Acute COVID-19 lung disease: A pulmonary vasculopathy - not a respiratory pneumonia

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Recommended textbook

Radiology at a Glance - 2nd Edition

Co-authored by the author of Radiology Masterclass, Radiology at a Glance is a complete overview of medical imaging suitable for medical students, junior doctors and other health professionals. Second edition published September 2017.

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