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Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology

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Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology

The Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology (or "CHORUS") is a free medical reference database. It is based upon a system originally developed at the University of Chicago, but is currently maintained at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology
Abbreviation CHORUS
Type NGO
Purpose Research & Development
Services Academic Education Training
Official language
English
Website http://www.gamuts.net/

External links

  • CHORUS Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology homepage


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