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SCMR board review 2020 (Videos)

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Format: 32 Videos

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published date: 26 Jun 21

The CMR Board Review Course organized by the SCMR, is intended to align to the objectives for the physician certification in cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) launched by the Alliance for Physician Certification & Advancement™ (APCA™).

The Certification Board of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (CBCMR) examination assesses candidates on their knowledge, skills and abilities in preparing patients for CMR studies, selecting appropriate protocols, conducting CMR studies in a spectrum of scenarios and interpreting the results, and performing post-processing tasks.

Topics: 

- Basics of MRI
Basic MR Physics
Basic Pulse Sequences for MR Imaging
CMR and Devices - Patient Preparation, Safety and Artifacts
MRI safety
Principles of Fast Imaging
- Interpret CMR Exams - Ischemic and non-ischemic disease
Acute Myocarditis and Lake Louise Criteria
Assessing Acute Coronary Syndromes
Assessing Non-compaction cardiomyopathy
CMR for Assessing DCM and ARVC
CMR for IASRD
CMR for T1 and T2 Mapping
- Interpret CMR Exams - Non-ischemic heart disease, pericardial diseases, cardiac masses
CMR for Assessing HCM
CMR for Cardiac Masses and Tumors
CMR for Differentiating Athletes Heart from Cardiomyopathies
CMR for Infiltrative and Storage Heart Disease
CMR for Iron Overload
CMR for Pericardial Disease
- Interpret CMR exams - Vascular diseases
CMR for Assessing Aortic Diseases
CMR for Assessing Coronary Arteries
CMR for Assessing Peripheral Vascular Disease
CMR for Assessing Pulmonary Arteries and Veins
Extracardiac and Extravascular Findings
- Select and perform patient-specific protocols
Cine Imaging
CMR for flow quantification
LGE
Optimizing CMR Image Quality
Recognizing and Minimizing Common CMR Artefacts
Stress Perfusion Imaging
- Valvular heart disease and congenital heart disease
CMR for Basic Congenital Heart Disease
CMR for Complex Congenital Heart Disease
CMR for Shunts
CMR for Valvular Heart Disease

Release Date : February 12-13, 2020

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