ARRS GoldMiner® Global finds radiology images from leading peer-reviewed, English-language radiology journals using non-English search terms.
ARRS GoldMiner® Global translates your search terms into English using the Microsoft® Translator web service. We then use the English-language term to query our database of images.
You can select one of our eight language communities, or simply enter your search term. The translator recognizes more than 35 of the world's most common languages; if it knows your language, it will translate your search query and return images for you.
Enter one or more words that describe a disease, imaging finding, or anatomic feature. It is best to keep your search short and simple.
You can filter the search results by imaging modality (e.g., "PET"), age group, and/or sex — just click on the pull-down menus in the grey bar at the top of the search results page. The selections will indicate the number of images for each selection.
Click on the small "thumbnail" image to open a full-size image on the original journal's web site. You can link to the full text of the article as well — just click on the article's name.
We thank Dr. Paul Fontelo and his associates at the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM), National Institutes of Health, for a custom interface to the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH®) database.
We thank the following physicians for their contributions to the ARRS GoldMiner® Global site: Dr. Joël Chabriais, Dr. Hong Chen, Dr. Peter Mildenberger, Dr. Norio Nakata, Dr. Francisco Quiroz y Ferrari, and Dr. Stefania Romano.
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