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USCAP Dilemmas and Delights in Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology 2023 (CME VIDEOS)

Both neoplastic and non-neoplastic bone and soft tissue pathology pose significant diagnostic challenges to the practicing pathologist, due to a lack of exposure to the broad range of entities and the diverse histologic spectrum of mesenchymal pathology. As the field is ever-evolving, new entities are described, and improved diagnostic techniques are introduced. This course, presented by expert educators, aims to introduce participants to newer entities, and refamiliarize learners to old challenges in the field. Participants will learn methods for distinguishing between histologically challenging tumors of bone and soft tissue, as well as recognizing features of non-neoplastic bone pathology.

Target Audience

Practicing academic and community pathologists, and pathologists-in-training

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this educational activity, learners will be able to:
– Describe common non-neoplastic entities in bone and joint pathology and recognize their mimics
– Discuss the differential diagnosis for epithelioid and myxoid tumors of soft tissue and design a relevant panel of ancillary testing to aid in their distinction
– Develop a differential diagnosis for challenging bone tumors based on histologic and clinical-radiologic features
– Describe selected new entities in soft tissue pathology and apply immunohistochemical and molecular studies in their workup

Topics: 

  • New Entities in Soft Tissue Neoplasia – Elizabeth G. Demicco, MD, PhD
  • Challenging Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors – G. Pétur Nielsen, MD
  • Epithelioid and/or Myxoid Tumors of Soft Tissue – Vickie Y. Jo, MD
  • Non-neoplastic Bone and Joint Disease – Roberto A. Garcia, MD

Original release date: January 24, 2023
Access to this course expires on:  December 1, 2025

Les 24es Rencontres de Neurologies 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

Les 24es Rencontres de Neurologies

Un minimum de temps pour un maximum de connaissances.

3 jours, plus de 20 spécialités de la neurologie abordées, une centaine d’orateurs experts et pas moins de 60 heures de formation via des conférences, ateliers, atelier de formation ou encore symposiums.

Programme : Click Here

Les 23èmes Rencontres De Neurologies 2021 (CME VIDEOS)

Nous aurons le plaisir de vous faire découvrir nos dernières innovations et nos gammes de produits du 13 au 15 décembre 2021.

Programme :

01 – épilepsie
02 – Neuropsychologie
03 – Imagerie Fonctionnelle
04 – Neurovasculaire
05 – SLA
06 – Nouvelles Technologies
07 – Confins Neurologie et Psychiatrie
08 – Neuro-Infectieux, COVID-19
09 – Maladie de Parkinson
10 – Neuromusculaire
11 – ENMG
12 – Sclérose en Plaques
13 – Les Top 5 De La Neurologie
14 – Confins Neurologie et Cardiologie
15 – EEG
16 – Urgences en neurologie
17 – Club des mouvements anormaux
18 – Céphalées-migraines
19 – Démences
20 – Rééducation
21 – Neuro-ophtalmologie

Les 24es Rencontres de Neurologies (CME VIDEOS)

Les 24es Rencontres de Neurologies

Un minimum de temps pour un maximum de connaissances.

3 jours, plus de 20 spécialités de la neurologie abordées, une centaine d’orateurs experts et pas moins de 60 heures de formation via des conférences, ateliers, atelier de formation ou encore symposiums.

Programme : Click Here

22ème Rencontres de Neurologie 2020 (CME VIDEOS)

Au programme de cette année et sur 3 jours, plus de 20 spécialités de la neurologie seront abordées par une centaine d’orateurs experts et pas moins de 60 heures de formation seront proposées via des conférences, ateliers, déjeuners-débats ou encore symposiums.

Au programme de cette année et sur 3 jours, plus de 20 spécialités de la neurologie seront abordées par une centaine d’orateurs experts et pas moins de 60 heures de formation seront proposées via des conférences, ateliers, déjeuners-débats ou encore symposiums.

Dates : du 14 au 16 décembre 2020

Programme :

01 – épilepsie
02 – Neuropsychologie
03 – Imagerie Fonctionnelle
04 – Neurovasculaire
05 – SLA
06 – Nouvelles Technologies
07 – Confins Neurologie et Psychiatrie
08 – Neuro-Infectieux, COVID-19
09 – Maladie de Parkinson
10 – Neuromusculaire
11 – ENMG
12 – Sclérose en Plaques
13 – Les Top 5 De La Neurologie
14 – Confins Neurologie et Cardiologie
15 – EEG
16 – Urgences en neurologie
17 – Club des mouvements anormaux
18 – Céphalées-migraines
19 – Démences
20 – Rééducation
21 – Neuro-ophtalmologie

 

Wrist MRI Masterclass (CME VIDEOS)

Your online Fellowship in Wrist MRI. Become fast and confident. 2-hour theory lecture with the anatomy and overview of important pathologies, followed by video demonstrations of cases and self-evaluating cases with questions.

Topics : 

1 – Introduction
How to Use this Masterclass in WRIST MRI
2 – Overview Lecture
MR Anatomy
Wrist MR Exam considerations
MR Pathology – Bone
MR Pathology- Soft Tissue
Expectations
3 – How to assess Wrist MRI
My approach
4 – Cases
Case 1
Case 2
Case 3
Case 4
Case 5
Case 8
Case 9
Case 10
Case 11
Case 12
Case 13
Case 14
Case 15
Case 16
Case 17
5 – Practice Cases
Live Cases 1-4
Quiz Case 3
Solution Case 3
Case 5 – Self assessment
Solution Case 5
6- Special Focus: Ulnar Nerve
MRI anatomy of the distal ulnar nerve
Ulnar nerve pathology – Case 1
Ulnar nerve pathology – Case 2
Ulnar nerve pathology – Case 3
Ulnar nerve pathology – Case 4

Le Congrès du Sommeil 2022 (Videos)

Bienvenue au Congrès Français sur le sommeil 2022

Topics : 

La personne vivant avec un SAOS : le nouveau centre de gravité ?

 

Hypersomnolence en population pédiatrique

 

Évolution des systèmes de diagnostic en médecine du sommeil : un nouveau défi

 

L’examen du sommeil : à la recherche d’informations dormantes

 

Version française : Syndrome des jambes sans repos : nouveautés sur le plan clinique et thérapeutiques

 

Communications Orales 2 : Phenotypage clinique et physiopathologique des troubles respiratoires nocturnes

 

Les nouvelles caractéristiques du sommeil

 

Chirurgie maxillo-faciale et SAOS de l’adulte

 

Apnées et Insuffisance Cardiaque : quelles stratégies en 2022 ?

 

Évolutions à long terme des SAOS de la petite enfance à l’adolescence

 

Sommeil, rythmes circadiens et cancer : facteurs de risque et traitements

 

Somnolence et fatigue mentale : pourquoi faut-il les différencier ?

 

Phénotypes du cycle veille-sommeil dans les troubles bipolaires émergents

 

Le patient au cœur du succès de son traitement

 

Communications Orales 4 : Le sommeil psychiatrique

 

Version française : Phénotypes du cycle veille-sommeil dans les troubles bipolaires émergents

 

Ces rêves que le sommeil nous cache

 

E-santé et médecine du sommeil

 

Version anglaise : Syndrome des jambes sans repos : nouveautés sur le plan clinique et thérapeutiques

 

Somnolence résiduelle sous PPC

 

Communications Orales 1 : Hypersomnolence

 

Peut-on prédire le risque cardiovasculaire associé aux apnées du sommeil ?

 

On vous dira tout sur la Mélatonine !

 

Communications Orales 5 : Prendre soin de la qualité du sommeil de nos patients apnéiques

 

Ten years in review

 

Communications Orales 3 : Physiologie, physiopathologie et milieux extrêmes

 

Syndrome des jambes sans repos : nouveautés sur le plan clinique et thérapeutiques

 

L’insomnie chronique : une maladie du jour et de la nuit

 

Actualités dans la prise en charge de la narcolepsie pédiatrique

 

Comment améliorer la prise en charge des patients ?

 

Sommeil et mémoire

 

Intérêts et perspectives du Mazindol ER dans le traitement des hypersomnies centrales

 

Les différents visages de l’anxiété nocturne

 

Actualités 2022 : year in review

 

La somnolence dans le SAOS et sa prise en charge pharmacologique

NB : les 3 vidéos suivantes ne sont pas disponibles dans la rediffusion 

– Intérêts et perspectives du Mazindol ER dans le traitement des hypersomnies centrales
– Comment améliorer la prise en charge des patients ?
– L’insomnie chronique : une maladie du jour et de la nuit

Stems to Sternum: Sports Imaging Inside and Out Online Course 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

This course provides critical updates from esteemed sports medicine experts regarding clinically essential anatomy, including imaging of the tendon, muscle, ligament, cartilage, and bone of the extremities. Specific evidence-based discussions will focus on reviewing athletic injuries of the chest and abdomen. In addition to the complete anatomic review, radiologists will examine the explicit pathologic conditions of each joint using multiple modalities: radiography and ultrasound, as well as CT and MR imaging.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this activity is radiologists and other health care professionals who have an interest in imaging of sports injuries.
Goals and Objectives:
After completing the material in this article, the learner should be able to:

  1. Identify important anatomic structures of the extremities
  2. List the common pathologic conditions seen with sports injuries
  3. Recognize the imaging features of sports injuries
  4. Understand the roles of radiography, ultrasound, CT, and MR imaging in the evaluation of sports injuries

Module 1: Basics and Beyond- Sports Related Knee Injury

  • Donald Resnick has nothing to disclose.
  • Mark Anderson has nothing to disclose.
  • Christine Chung has nothing to disclose.
  • Eric Chang has nothing to disclose.
  • Karen Cheng has nothing to disclose.
  • Alecio Lombardi has nothing to disclose.

Module 2: Imaging Patterns of Acute Sports Injury in the Knee: Classification and Treatment

  • Alice Ha has nothing to disclose.
  • Naveen Subhas receives grant support from Siemens Healthcare for investigating CT metal artifact reduction techniques.
  • Alissa Burge has nothing to disclose.
  • Corey Ho has nothing to disclose.
  • Roger Bartolotta has nothing to disclose.
  • Chih-Yang Juan has nothing to disclose.
  • Xiaojuan Li has nothing to disclose.
  • Carl Winalski has nothing to disclose.
  • Meghan Jardon has nothing to disclose.
  • David Gimarc has nothing to disclose.
  • M. K. Jesse has nothing to disclose.
  • James Korf has nothing to disclose.

Module 3: Talk to the Hand: Acute and Chronic Hand and Wrist Sports Injuries

  • Hiroshi Yoshioka has nothing to disclose.
  • Tetyana Gorbachova has nothing to disclose.
  • Jon Jacobson receives royalties from Elsevier. Dr. Jacobson receives consulting fees from Bioclinica and receives stocks as the Medical Director for POCUSPRO.
  • Connie Chang has nothing to disclose.
  • Maryam Golshan has nothing to disclose.
  • Kensuke Yoshino has nothing to disclose.
  • Hiroshi Yoshioka has nothing to disclose.
  • Micah Cohen has nothing to disclose.
  • Maria Grigovich has nothing to disclose.
  • Yulia Melenevsky has nothing to disclose.
  • Susan Braley has nothing to discloe.
  • Eric England has nothing to disclose.
  • Casey Reed has nothing to disclose.
  • Philip Ross has nothing to disclose.
  • Sina Habibollah has nothing to disclose.

Module 4: Chest and Body Related Sports Injuries

  • Lewis Hahn has nothing to disclose.
  • Emily Tsai has nothing to disclose.
  • Linda Morimoto has nothing to disclose.
  • A.J. Mariano has nothing to disclose.
  • Margaret Lin has nothing to disclose.
  • Jody Shen has nothing to disclose.

Module 5: Elbow Injuries in Sports: Pee Wee to Pro

  • Michael Tuite has nothing to disclose.
  • Benjamin Levine has nothing to disclose.
  • Nancy Chauvin has nothing to disclose.
  • Bethany Casagranda has nothing to disclose.
  • Daniel April has nothing to disclose.
  • Jonathan Lin has nothing to disclose.
  • Jeffrey A. Belair has nothing to disclose.
  • Lulu He has nothing to disclose.
  • Adam Zoga has nothing to disclose.

Module 6: Sporting Shoulder: Overhead Thrower and MORE

  • Luis Beltran has nothing to disclose.
  • Soterios Gyftopoulos has nothing to disclose.
  • Jenny Bencardino has nothing to disclose.
  • Karen Chen has nothing to disclose.
  • Yadiel Sanchez-Padilla has nothing to disclose.
  • Eric Chang has nothing to disclose.
  • Brady Huang has nothing to disclose.

Module 7: Foot and Ankle Injuries in Sports

  • Matthew Bucknor has nothing to disclose.
  • Daniel Walz has nothing to disclose.
  • Yulia Melenevsky has nothing to disclose.
  • Hilary Umans has nothing to disclose.
  • Lina Chan has nothing to disclose.
  • David Chen has nothing to disclose.
  • Kevin McGill has nothing to disclose.
  • Pamela J. Walsh has nothing to disclose.
  • Paul Wojack has nothing to disclose.
  • Rachel Bass has nothing to disclose.
  • Tetyana Gorbachova has nothing to disclose.
  • Caio Nery receives a speaker honorarium from Arthrex, Inc. (USA)
  • Aline Serfaty has nothing to disclose.

Module 8: Just Common Enough-Sports Related Injuries

  • Matthew Hammer has nothing to disclose.
  • Constantine Raptis has nothing to disclose.
  • Mohamed Jarraya has nothing to disclose.
  • Carol Andrews has nothing to disclose.
  • Jonathan Friedman has nothing to disclose.
  • Kacie Steinbrecher has nothing to disclose.

Module 9: Pelvis, Hip, and Thigh- Classic Sports Injuries

  • William Morrison has nothing to disclose.
  • Donna Blankenbaker has nothing to disclose.
  • Eric England has nothing to disclose.
  • Jan Fritz in an unpaid Scientific Advisor for Siemens Healthcare U.S.A. and General Electric Healthcare. Dr. Fritz receives honorarium for Continuing Medical Education for Siemens Healthcare U.S.A.
  • Adam Zoga has nothing to disclose.
  • Susan Braley has nothing to disclose.
  • Artemis Petrides has nothing to disclose.
  • Casey Reed has nothing to disclose.
  • Jeffrey Youngquist has nothing to disclose.

Critical Case Findings and Practice Management in the ED Online Course 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

Imaging utilization in the emergency setting has been steadily increasing over the past several decades. Data shows this is due to both an increase in the number of patients seen in emergency centers and also an increase in the average number of imaging examinations obtained on a per patient basis. Using a multisystem approach, participants will improve their interpretive skills in the broad spectrum of imaging case studies acquired in an emergency department environment. The value for developing or improving a disaster preparedness and response plan for radiology departments and radiology practices will also be discussed.    
Target Audience:
The target audience is radiologists at all training levels that are involved in clinical coverage of emergency department imaging.
Goals and Objectives:
After completing the material in this article, the learner should be able to:

  1. Recognize the importance and implications of certain imaging findings, across various body systems.
  2. Outline previously learned material crucial to making correct emergent imaging diagnoses.
  3. Identify and communicate life-threatening diagnoses in a timely fashion.
  4. Adopt or improve a radiology practice or department disaster preparedness and response plan, also known as an emergency operations plan (EOP).

 

Nontraumatic Emergencies-An Update Online Course 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

Non-traumatic pathologies are one of the most common reasons for consultation in emergency care services. This course provides comprehensive instruction on the appropriate indications and protocols for imaging in an emergency setting. In addition, it will help participants accurately diagnose and understand various pitfalls and mimics leading to misinterpretation of acutely ill patients.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this activity is radiologists and radiologists in training with an interest in emergency radiology.
Goals and Objectives:
After completing the material in this article, the learner should be able to:

  1. Describe the entities that make up Acute Aortic Syndromes with distinguishing features.
  2. Discuss evidence-based updates in the imaging of acute appendicitis.
  3. Explain the spectrum of soft-tissue pathologies, organized by an anatomic approach.

Imaging in the ICU Online Course 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

This course focuses on the application of imaging, as a fundamental tool for diagnosis and management, in Critical Care Units. The most commonly requested imaging modality is portable radiography which is very valuable in differentiating common clinical scenarios, fluid management and handling of life-support lines and tubes. Computerized Tomography is spared for more complex situations and further assists with decision-making, particularly when it comes to invasive procedures. Portable ultrasound has found numerous indications in critically-ill patients, provides diagnostic aid and guides bedside procedures. This course covers a variety of illnesses, involving different body organs, which are commonly encountered in ICU setting and explains utility of imaging in diagnosis, problem solving, and facilitating procedures in critically ill patients.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this activity is radiologists at all training levels with an interest in ICU imaging.
Goals and Objectives:
After completing the material in this article, the learner should be able to:

  1. Review the risk factors and causes of nosocomial pulmonary infection.
  2. Discuss common circulatory assist devices used in the ICU, common indications for use, and mechanisms of action.
  3. Discuss neuroimaging evaluation in patients presenting with delirium.
  4. Review safety assessment using ultrasound.

Module 1

  • Mark Parker has nothing to disclose.
  • Benjamin Zalta has nothing to disclose.
  • Ami Rubinowitz has nothing to disclose.
  • Charles White is a member of the advisory board for Riverain Medical.
  • Tami Bang has nothing to disclose.

Module 2

  • Arun Krishnaraj has nothing to disclose.
  • Alison Smith has nothing to disclose.
  • Miral Jhaveri has nothing to disclose.
  • Evan Stein has nothing to disclose.
  • Viera Lakticova has nothing to disclose

Challenging Cases in Thoracic Imaging: Unknown Film Panel Session Online Course 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

Challenging unknown thoracic imaging cases are common in every day private and academic practice settings. This course highlights how the ability to analyze and interrogate imaging findings varies with level of training and years of experience. The course provides a succinct overview of challenging cases in thoracic imaging, covering multiple disease categories, highlighting different techniques and search patterns that can be used to approach such cases. The speakers focus on the analysis of unknown imaging case findings and the synthesis of such findings to establish the most appropriate working differential diagnosis and probable case diagnosis.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this activity is radiologists and radiologists in training with an interest in thoracic imaging.
Goals and Objectives:
After completing the material in this article, the learner should be able to:

  1. Discuss challenging unknown thoracic imaging cases are common in every day private and academic practice settings.
  2. Interpret cases in several disease categories

Practical Applications of Computational Science in Musculoskeletal Imaging Online Course 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

This course discusses how current advances in computational sciences relate to clinical practice of musculoskeletal radiology. Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions aimed at detection and classification of arthritic and other disease processes of musculoskeletal system are discussed. The audience will learn about the use of AI to increase the speed of acquisition and resolution of musculoskeletal MR images. Participants will also learn about potential pitfalls and biases of AI.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this activity is radiologists and radiologists in training with an interest in computational science in musculoskeletal imaging.
Goals and Objectives:
After completing the material in this article, the learner should be able to:

  1. Describe the benefits and limitations of AI solutions for fracture detection.
  2. Identify potential pitfalls of AI and deep learning in MSK and other radiological applications.
  3. Discuss imaging assessment in bone density and bone strength.

Reading Cases with the Experts: An Interactive Session Online Course 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

Subspecialty Code(s):

 

CH – Chest/Pulmonary Imaging, GI – Gastrointestinal Imaging, MK – Musculoskeletal Imaging, PD – Pediatric Imaging

 

Additional Information:

 

This “Meet the Experts” course consists of 4 internationally well-known masters in the areas of major radiology subspecialties including thoracic imaging, abdominal imaging, musculoskeletal imaging, and pediatric imaging. Participants will increase their knowledge on managing difficult and challenging radiology cases after attending this session where pearls and pitfalls of the cases will be discussed by experienced experts

 

 

Tumor Imaging: Breast Imaging Online Course 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

This course is an excerpt from the Tumor Imaging Categorical Course. It only includes the Breast Imaging lectures. A book is NOT included with this purchase. Participants will gain the interpretive, technical, and systems knowledge radiologists need to provide quality screening, while learning strategies to address overall care disparities in breast cancer. This course includes discussions of AI and Pathology, along with a multimodality approach to breast cancer imaging.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this activity is radiologists and radiologists in training with an interest breast cancer imaging.
Goals and Objectives:
After completing the material in this article, the learner should be able to:

  1. Explain the importance of the history of mammography.
  2. Discuss why the randomized controlled trials are important.
  3. Explain the advantage of breast cancer screening with ultrasound.
  4. Discuss the advantage of Contrast-enhanced mammography (CEM)
  5. Discuss the disparities in breast cancer and the implications of screening African American Women.
  6. Explain the economics of breast cancer screening.

Module 1: Breast Cancer: Background History, BI-RADS, Ultrasound

  • Debra Copit has nothing to disclose.
  • Sarah Friedewald receives consulting fees, and has a research grant as from Hologic, Inc.. Dr. Friedewald has a research grant as the principal investigator from Google.
  • Melissa Durand has nothing to disclose.
  • Donna Plecha has nothing to disclose.
  • Holly Marshall has nothing to disclose

Module 2: Breast Cancer: BI-RADS, Tomosynthesis

  • Hannah Gilmore has nothing to disclose.
  • Emily Conant has research grants from Hologic, Inc and iCAD, Ins. Dr. Conant receives travel costs and a per diem as a member of an Advisory panel for Hologic, Inc. dr. Conant receives a per diem as a member of an Advisory panel for iCAD, Inc.
  • Regina Hooley receives honorarium as an Advisory Board Member for Hologic, Inc
  • Jordana Phillips is the PI for a research project funded by General Electric. Dr. Phillips is also a paid consultant for Hologic.
  • Victoria L. Mango has nothing to disclose.
  • Lars J. Grimm has nothing to disclose.
  • Jennifer A. Harvey has nothing to disclose.
  • Donna M. Plecha has nothing to disclose.
  • Ana D. French has nothing to disclose.
  • Reni S. Butler has nothing to disclose.
  • Alexander K. Rende has nothing to disclose.
  • Jasmine Gandhi has nothing to disclose.

Module 3: Breast Cancer: MRI, AI and Pathology

  • Jessica Leung receives stock shares as member Scientific Advisory Board for Subtle Medical. Dr. Leung receives honorarium as a panelist for GE Healthcare and honorarium as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for Seno. Dr. Leung receives honorarium as a member of the Contrast Advisory Board for Bracco Diagnostics.
  • Stephanie Patterson has nothing to disclose.
  • Dana Smetherman has nothing to disclose.
  • Michael Fishman receives consulting fees as a Scientific Advisory Board member for Hologic.
  • Ethan O. Cohen has nothing to disclose.
  • Carol T. McLaughlin has nothing to disclose.
  • Annette I. Joe has nothing to disclose.
  • Clare Poynton has nothing to disclose.
  • Priscilla J. Slanetz has nothing to disclose.
  • Amy K. Patel has nothing to disclose.

Tumor Imaging: CT Colonography Online Course 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

This course is an excerpt from the Tumor Imaging Categorical Course. It only includes the Lung Cancer lectures. A book is NOT included with this purchase. Participants will gain the interpretive, technical, and systems knowledge radiologists need to provide quality lung cancer screening, while learning strategies to address overall care disparities. This course includes discussions of screening, treatments, pitfalls and a look into the future of lung cancer screening.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this activity is radiologists and radiologists in training with an interest in lung cancer screening.
Goals and Objectives:
After completing the material in this article, the learner should be able to:

  1. Discuss the role of imaging and staging and assessment for treatment response in lung cancer patients.
  2. Review lung cancer staging and potential pitfalls on imaging.
  3. Discuss imaging findings during lung cancer therapy.
  4. Explain the structure of current screening programs and the radiologic reporting systems.
  5. Summarize the treatment options for primary and secondary lung neoplasms.

Module 1: Lung Cancer Screening, Missed Cases and Staging

  • Efren Flores has nothing to disclose.
  • Suzanne Byrne has nothing to disclose.
  • Lucy Modahl has nothing to disclose.
  • Dexter Mendoza has nothing to disclose.
  • Alejandra Cardona has nothing to disclose.
  • Mark H. Hammer has nothing to disclose.
  • Francine L. Jacobson has nothing to disclose.
  • Jo-Anne O. Shepard has nothing to disclose.
  • John M. Archer has nothing to disclose.

Module 2: Lung Cancer Imaging Interventions and Advancements

  • Florian Fintelmann has nothing to disclose.
  • Saurabh Agarwal has nothing to disclose.
  • Subba Digumarthy receives honorarium as an Instructor at a workshop for siemens Medical Solutions.
  • Rydhwana Hossain has nothing to disclose.
  • Mark C. Murphey has nothing to disclose.
  • Maria M. Wrobel has nothing to disclose.
  • Alexis M. Cahalane has nothing to disclose.
  • John M. Archer has nothing to disclose.
  • Amanda Marrero has nothing to disclose.
  • Allison Herring has nothing to disclose.
  • Charles White is on Riverain Medical’s Advisory Board and the recipient of financial compensation.

Tumor Imaging: Lung Cancer Online Course 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

This course is an excerpt from the Tumor Imaging Categorical Course. It only includes the Lung Cancer lectures. A book is NOT included with this purchase. Participants will gain the interpretive, technical, and systems knowledge radiologists need to provide quality lung cancer screening, while learning strategies to address overall care disparities. This course includes discussions of screening, treatments, pitfalls and a look into the future of lung cancer screening.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this activity is radiologists and radiologists in training with an interest in lung cancer screening.
Goals and Objectives:
After completing the material in this article, the learner should be able to:

  1. Discuss the role of imaging and staging and assessment for treatment response in lung cancer patients.
  2. Review lung cancer staging and potential pitfalls on imaging.
  3. Discuss imaging findings during lung cancer therapy.
  4. Explain the structure of current screening programs and the radiologic reporting systems.
  5. Summarize the treatment options for primary and secondary lung neoplasms.

Module 1: Lung Cancer Screening, Missed Cases and Staging

  • Efren Flores has nothing to disclose.
  • Suzanne Byrne has nothing to disclose.
  • Lucy Modahl has nothing to disclose.
  • Dexter Mendoza has nothing to disclose.
  • Alejandra Cardona has nothing to disclose.
  • Mark H. Hammer has nothing to disclose.
  • Francine L. Jacobson has nothing to disclose.
  • Jo-Anne O. Shepard has nothing to disclose.
  • John M. Archer has nothing to disclose.

Module 2: Lung Cancer Imaging Interventions and Advancements

  • Florian Fintelmann has nothing to disclose.
  • Saurabh Agarwal has nothing to disclose.
  • Subba Digumarthy receives honorarium as an Instructor at a workshop for siemens Medical Solutions.
  • Rydhwana Hossain has nothing to disclose.
  • Mark C. Murphey has nothing to disclose.
  • Maria M. Wrobel has nothing to disclose.
  • Alexis M. Cahalane has nothing to disclose.
  • John M. Archer has nothing to disclose.
  • Amanda Marrero has nothing to disclose.
  • Allison Herring has nothing to disclose.
  • Charles White is on Riverain Medical’s Advisory Board and the recipient of financial compensation.

Update on Breast Imaging and Multi-modality Biopsy 2022 (CME VIDEOS)

Update on Breast Imaging and Multi-modality Biopsy will cover timely topics in breast imaging, including digital breast tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound, contrast-enhanced mammography, molecular breast imaging, and breast MRI. Presenters will specifically talk about what is new with each modality, and a corresponding lecture will be presented on biopsy methods for each breast imaging modality.    
Target Audience:
The target audience for this activity is radiologists and other health care professionals who have an interest in breast imaging and breast biopsy.

 

Goals and Objectives:
After completing the material in this article, the learner should be able to:

  1. Identify current trends and future directions in breast imaging from both the latest research and clinical perspectives.
  2. Describe the latest applications of breast imaging biopsy techniques and their impact on patient care.
  3. Identify practice and patient care improvement opportunities.
  4. Provide timely and new information on current and new applications of breast imaging to improve patient care and detect early breast cancer.

Module 1

  • Stamatia Destounis receives intuitional research grants for research projects with iCAD and Hologic Inc.
  • Sarah Friedewald receives consulting fees, and has a research grant from Hologic, Inc. Dr. Friedewald has a research grant as the principal investigator from Google.
  • Liane Philpotts has nothing to disclose.
  • Jessica Leung receives stock shares as member Scientific Advisory Board for Subtle Medical. Dr. Leung receives honorarium as a panelist for GE Healthcare and honorarium as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for Seno. Dr. Leung receives honorarium as a member of the Contrast Advisory Board for Bracco Diagnostics.

Module 2

  • Haydee Ojeda-Fournier receives consulting fees from ViewPoint Medical. She also receives stock options from Curemetrix.
  • Linda Moy is a Principal investigator on a research grant for Siemens Healthcare, and is an advisor for Lunit Insight and iCAD. Dr. Moy serves on the RSNA Editorial Board for Radiology.
  • Laurie Margolies is on the medical advisory board for Screenpoint Medical.
  • Janice Sung is the principal investigator of a research study from GE for a research grant.

DDSEP 10 Complete (Syllabus + Questions + Answers + Explanations)

DDSEP® 10, AGA’s self-education program created by GI experts, is how practicing gastroenterologists and hepatologists and GI fellows stay up-to-date to improve care of their patients or prepare for a board exam.

  • Stay current on the latest patient care advances in the fields of gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition.
  • Prepare for the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) GI board certification or the ABIM 10-year Maintenance of Certification (MOC) examinations.
  • Earn 102 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and Maintenance of Certification Points.

Enhance your knowledge and refine your expertise with case-based scenarios seen in practice and best practices to provide up-to-date patient care or prepare for a GI board exam. DDSEP 10 is everything you need to succeed.

Chapters

Chapter 1 – Esophageal Disorders
Chapter 2 – Acid Diseases of the Stomach
Chapter 3 – Pancreatic Physiology and Disease
Chapter 4 – Diseases of the Biliary Tract
Chapter 5 – Viral Hepatitis
Chapter 6 – Metabolic, Hereditary, Inflammatory, and Vascular Diseases of the Liver
Chapter 7 – Cirrhosis and Liver Transplantation
Chapter 8 – GI Diseases in Pregnancy
Chapter 9 – Diarrhea and Constipation
Chapter 10 – Gastrointestinal Motility
Chapter 11 – Gastrointestinal Infections of the Small Intestine and Colon
Chapter 12 – Gastrointestinal Bleeding
Chapter 13 – Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Chapter 14 – Gastrointestinal Cancers
Chapter 15 – Nutrition, Obesity and Eating Disorders
Chapter 16 – Issues in Pediatric Gastroenterology
Chapter 17 – Small Bowel Disease

UCSF Radiology Clinical Update 2023 (CME VIDEOS)

The UCSF Radiology Clinical Update is a diverse review of conventional and advanced imaging of the breast, chest, abdomen, neuro, and musculoskeletal systems.

Aimed at enhancing interpretation of imaging studies acquired in a wide range of common clinical scenarios, this continuing medical education course provides an update on a variety of established applications of CT, MR, US, and mammography, as well as emerging technologies, helping you to better:

  • Form appropriate differential diagnosis based on multi-modality imaging of key organ systems
  • Perceive and accurately interpret subtle and challenging mammographic signs of breast cancer
  • Describe key findings of disease on MRI of the brain and spine
  • Apply considerations in U/S, CT, and MRI of the female genitourinary tract
  • And more…

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will be able to:

  • Minimize interpretation errors
  • Form appropriate differential diagnosis based upon multi-modality imaging of the key organ systems
  • Apply strategies to minimize the exposure of patients to radiation
  • Perceive and accurately interpret subtle and challenging mammographic signs of breast cancer
  • Recognize pitfalls in the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism
  • Describe key findings of disease on MRI of the brain and spine
  • Recognize imaging signs of joint dysfunction in the knee and shoulder
  • Apply considerations in U/S, CT, and MRI of the female genitourinary tract

Intended Audience

Radiologists, physicians, and other healthcare professionals who work with the processing and interpretation of medical images.

TOPICS / SPEAKERS

Update on Imaging of Pulmonary Embolism – Brett M. Elicker, MD

MRI of the Knee Meniscus – Common Tears and Misses – Rina P. Patel, MD

Scrotal Sonography – A Systematic Approach – Lori M. Strachowski, MD

MR Knee Pitfalls – Corners and Notch – Rina P. Patel, MD

Adnexal Torsion – 7 Tips to Tell It’s Twisted – Lori M. Strachowski, MD

The Postoperative Knee – Rina P. Patel, MD

Ultrasound Criteria for 1st Trimester Pregnancy Failure – Lori M. Strachowski, MD

Basics of MSK Ultrasound – Rina P. Patel, MD

Male Breast Imaging – Lori M. Strachowski, MD

CT of Acute Aortic Diseases – Brett M. Elicker, MD

Imaging of Acute Lung Diseases – Brett M. Elicker, MD

Hip Impingement – What the Surgeons Want to Know – Rina P. Patel, MD

Mammographic Analysis of Breast Calcifications – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

Management of Unknown Bone Lesions in Adults – Rina P. Patel, MD

The Palpable Breast Lump – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

MR Shoulder – Labrum and Ligaments Simplified – Rina P. Patel, MD

Breast MRI Basics and Cases – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

Top 5 MR Wrist & Hand – Rina P. Patel, MD

Imaging of the Axilla – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

Approach to Imaging of Pulmonary Infections – Brett M. Elicker, MD

Brain – Top 10 Do-Not-Miss Diagnoses – Vinil N. Shah, MD

Avoiding Mammography Misses – Tips & Tricks – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

Spinal Nomenclature & Disc Disease – Vinil N. Shah, MD

Near-Misses on Mammography – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

Lung Cancer Screening and CT of Pulmonary Nodules – Brett M. Elicker, MD

Spinal Infection – From Aureus to Zika – Vinil N. Shah, MD

Multi-Modality Breast Imaging Cases 1 – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

CSF Hypotension – What the Diagnostic Radiologist Needs to Know – Vinil N. Shah, MD

Multi-modality Breast Imaging Cases 2 – Heather I. Greenwood, MD

How Should You Approach the Subsolid Pulmonary Nodule – Brett M. Elicker, MD

Non-obstetric CT-MRI in Pregnancy – Priyanka Jha, MBBS

Practical Imaging Approach to Myelopathy – Vinil N. Shah, MD

Imaging the Postpartum Uterus – Priyanka Jha, MBBS

Intradural Spine Tumors – How to Tell Them Apart – Vinil N. Shah, MD

Cardiac Findings on Routine Chest CT – Brett M. Elicker, MD

Endometriosis US-MRI – Pearls and Pitfalls – Priyanka Jha, MBBS

Postoperative Spine Simplified – Vinil N. Shah, MD

GI Tract – Postoperative Imaging – Priyanka Jha, MBBS

Neuroradiology Jeopardy – Vinil N. Shah, MD

Thoracic Imaging Jeopardy – Brett M. Elicker, MD

O-RADS US Fundamentals – Lori M. Strachowski, MD

O-RADS MRI Fundamentals – Priyanka Jha, MBBS

O-RADS Cases – When US is Enough – Lori M. Strachowski, MD

O-RADS Cases – When MRI Adds Value – Priyanka Jha, MBBS

HRCT of Diffuse Lung Disease – Key Findings and Patterns – Part 1 – Brett M. Elicker, MD

Lessons Learned from Abdominal Imaging QA Cases – Priyanka Jha, MBBS

HRCT of Diffuse Lung Disease – Key Findings and Patterns – Part 2 – Brett M. Elicker, MD

The Gravid Cervix – Measurements and More – Lori M. Strachowski, MD

Abdominal Imaging Jeopardy – Priyanka Jha, MBBS

Instructive OB Ultrasound Cases – Lori M. Strachowski, MD

Date of Original Release: January 16, 2023
Series Expiration Date: January 15, 2026 

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