26th Annual Duke Radiology Overview

 

 

 

        • For more than a quarter century, Duke Radiology’s expert faculty has united to present the most pertinent topics for today’s practicing radiologist. This all new edition explores the use of multiple modalities over a wide range of subspecialty areas, with special focus placed on the newest radiologic advances and procedures.  Worth up to 19.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and accepted as self assessment CME for Maintenance of Certification requirements!

 

        • Topics: Abdominal, pediatric, neuro, cardiothoracic, musculoskeletal, interventional and women’s imaging, as well as nuclear medicine.

 

        • HD video capture includes speaker’s cursor movements.
Session 1: Abdomen I: Liver Imaging
Hypervascular Liver Lesions in the Cirrhotic – Intro to LI-RADs Mustafa R. Bashir M.D.
Role of the Interventional Radiologist in the Management of HCC Paul Suhocki M.D.
Interesting Liver Cases Rendon C. Nelson M.D., FACR
Dealing With Liver Incidentalomas Rajan Gupta M.D.
Session 2: Abdomen II and Renal Imaging
Imaging Workup of the Incidental Adrenal Nodule Lisa M.Ho M.D.
Characterizing Solid Renal Neoplasms with MR Brian Allen M.D.
Interesting Cases in Abdominal Oncology Erik K. Paulson M.D.
Imaging Findings After Interventional Oncologic Procedures James Ronald M.D., Ph.D.
Session 3: Pediatric Imaging
Intussusception Caroline W. T. Carrico M.D.
Pediatric Emergencies Gary R. Schooler M.D.
Common Pediatric MSK Trauma for the Practicing Radiologist Charles M. Maxfield M.D.
Sonography of Pediatric Scrotal Disorders Donald P. Frush M.D., FACR
Session 4: Neuroradiology I: CNS, CSF, Gadolinium & Temporal Bones
Central Nervous System Infections James M. Provenzale M.D., FACR
Evaluation of Low CSF Pressure Syndromes as a Cause of Headaches Linda Gray M.D.
Considerations for Gadolinium Based Contrast Agent Use David S. Enterline M.D.
Temporal Bones: Key Anatomy and Problem Based Approach Jenny K. Hoang MBBS
Session 5: Neuroradiology II: Tumors, Lesions & Strokes
Neuroepithelial Tumors Christopher Roth M.D.
MRI of Treated Brain Tumors Daniel P. Barboriak M.D.
Sellar and Perisellar Lesions Timothy J. Amrhein M.D.
Fundamentals of Stroke MRI Peter G. Kranz M.D.
Management of Acute Stroke: Retrieve, Remove or Resolve? Tony Smith M.D.
Session 6: Women’s Imaging
Imaging Pre- and Post- Uterine Fibroid Embolization Waleska Pabon-Ramos M.D., M.P.H.
Ultrasound Artifacts Chad M. Miller M.D.
Hindsight: What Can We Learn From Missed Breast Cancers? Mary Scott Soo M.D., FACR
Breast Cases Ruth Walsh M.D.
Lymph Nodes Update: Managing the Axilla Sujata V. Ghate M.D.
Breast MRI: Management of Suspicious Findings Connie Kim M.D.
Session 7: MSK
Acute Aortic Syndromes Joseph Mammarappallil M.D., Ph.D.
Congenital Heart Disease: What Every Radiologist Needs to Know Joseph Davis M.D.
PE: Overdiagnosis in the MDCT Era? Lacy Washington M.D.
Imaging Evaluation in Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension David R. Sopko M.D.
Lung Cancer Staging: Concepts/Controversies H. Page McAdams M.D., FACR
Before You Call it “Normal”: Misses at Chest Radiography Jared D. Christensen M.D.
Session 8: MSK Imaging & Nuclear Medicine
MRI of Rotator Cuff Disease Charles E. Spritzer M.D.
MRI of the Ankle: Lateral Pain Emily N. Vinson M.D.
SPECT/CT in Musculoskeletal Nuclear Medicine Olga G. James M.D.
Nuclear Brain and CSF Imaging Brandon Howard M.D., Ph.D.
Cardiac PET Salvador Borges-Neto M.D.
PET/CT 2016 Update Bennett Chin M.D.
Clinical Applications of SPECT/CT Imaging Michael W. Hanson M.D.

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