7th Mammograms to MRI Breast Imaging and Interventions 2016




    • Duke Radiology’s 7th Mammograms to MRI is designed to provide a comprehensive, multimodality review of established breast imaging practices along with advances in state-of-the-art techniques.  A complete discussion of analog and digital mammography, breast ultrasound, MRI and interventional techniques will focus on practical advice. Additionally, the educational content will provide a strong foundation to advance to newer technologies, such as tomosynthesis.  As such, breast imagers can meet their MQSA CME requirements by completing this activity, and all credits count towards Self Assessment CME requirements for Maintenance of Certification.
Session 1: Mammography
Mammography BIRADS – Soup to Nuts: Masses Jay A. Baker, MD
Mammography BIRADS – Soup to Nuts: Calcifications Jay A. Baker, MD
Architectural Distortion – Hiding in Plain Sight Jay A. Baker, MD
Session 2: Breast Cancer
Probably Benign – Rules of the Game Jay A. Baker, MD
Probably Benign – Consequences of Breaking the Rules Jay A. Baker, MD
Hindsight: What Can We Learn From Missed Breast Cancers? Mary Scott Soo, MD
Alphabet Soup of Breast Cancer Karen Johnson, MD
Session 3: Ultrasound, Lymph Nodes and High Risk Lesions
Breast Ultrasound – Update 2016 Karen Johnson, MD
Artifacts and Pitfalls in Breast Ultrasound Jay A. Baker, MD
Lymph Nodes Update: Managing the Axilla Sujata Ghate, MD
Risky Business – High Risk Lesions of the Breast Karen Johnson, MD
Session 4: MRI

Breast MRI: What’s New? Sujata Ghate, MD
Challenging Cases on Breast MRI Sujata Ghate, MD
Breast Tomosynthesis – The Promise & Reality Jay A. Baker, MD
Enhancing Lesions on Breast MRI: What Do I Do With These Sujata Ghate, MD
Session 5: Hot Topics
Young, Pregnant, Male Karen Johnson, MD
Breast Surgeries: Implants and Reconstruction Sujata Ghate, MD
Screening & Density & MR, Oh My – Controversies in Breast Imaging Karen Johnson, MD
Questions & Answwers
Session 6: Emerging Technologies
Breast Tomosynthesis – The Promise& Reality Jay A. Baker, MD
Breast Tomosynthesis: Clinical Cases and Practical Tips Mary Scott Soo, MD
What’s New? Emerging Technologies in Breast Imaging Jay A. Baker, MD
Tendons, Nerves and Masses
Session 7: Practice Improvements
Now, What Do I Say? – How to Talk to Patients Mary Scott Soo, MD
Rad-Path Correlation Mary Scott Soo, MD
How Not to Hurt Yourself, Colleagues and Patients – The Breast Imaging Report and Case Studies Sujata Ghate, MD
Questions & Answwers


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