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NYU's Head to Toe Imaging 2020

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NYU’s Head to Toe Imaging 2020

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Accreditation

The NYU Grossman School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation

The NYU Grossman School of Medicine designates this enduring material for a maximum of 38.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Date of Original Release: February 15, 2020
Date Credits Expire: February 14, 2023

Breakdown of Credits by Modality:

  • CT – 12.50
  • MR – 12.00
  • Mammo* – 5.25
  • US – 2.50
  • X-Ray – 2.50
  • PET/CT – 2.25
  • Fluoro – 1.00
  • AI – 0.25

*Mammography Credits: Lectures fulfill a total of 5.25 breast imaging credits applicable to the MQSA accreditation requirements.

  • Breast MR – 2.50
  • Mammography – 1.75
  • Breast US – 1.00

Educational Objectives

At the conclusion of this CME activity, you will be better able to:

  • Evaluate and incorporate current imaging techniques and protocols for sub specialty imaging (Abdominal, Musculoskeletal, Neurologic, Thoracic, Cardiac, Breast, PET/CT, Emergency Medicine, Interventional) into clinical practice to enable accurate diagnosis, dictate best therapy options, and assess response to therapy, which may prompt therapy modification as needed.
  • Describe the Bosniak classification system, and its applicability to watchful waiting/surveillance management algorithms for small renal mass lesions.
  • Describe the recent literature and recommendations for imaging lung nodules and imaging appearances of various subsolid nodules.
  • Develop strategies to optimize and incorporate a gamut of studies, including CT, MR and PET, in order to accurately stage neoplasms with minimal cost and radiation exposure.
  • Develop imaging protocols and techniques to optimize radiation safety and dose reduction in CT, as well as utilize MR imaging in appropriate patient populations, without compromise to diagnostic quality and accuracy of imaging.

Intended Audience

The program is designed for clinical radiologists in either general or specialized practice, and is appropriate for radiologists in training. Familiarity with the fundamentals of CT, MR, PET, and US technology and applications, as well as basic anatomy, is assumed.

Topics/Speaker:

Neuroradiology

  • Pediatric Brain Tumors: What is New – Alireza Radmanesh, MD
  • Adult Brain Tumors: Radiogenomics – Rajan Jain, MD
  • Stroke Imaging – Seena Dehkharghani, MD
  • Adult Acquired White Matter Disorders – Benjamin Cohen, MD
  • The Irvin I. Kricheff Lecture – Metastatic Neck Disease: Assessment of Unknown Primary – Vijay M. Rao, MD, FACR
  • Sinuses: Inflammatory Diseases and Post Operative Imaging – Vijay M. Rao, MD, FACR
  • Transverse Myelitis – Maria J. Borja, MD
  • AJCC Update in HN Cancer Staging – Elcin Zan, MD
  • Post-operative Surveillance in HN Tumors – Mari Hagiwara, MD

Interventional Radiology

  • Prostate Artery Embolization: From Diagnostic Workup to Post-Procedure Imaging – Cash Horn, MD
  • Imaging and Management of Portal Hypertension – Bedros Taslakian, MD
  • LI-RADS and Interventional Oncology Follow-Up – Eric T. Aaltonen, MD, MPH

Interventional and Neuroradiology Challenging Cases

  • Challenging IR Cases – Meredith R. McDermott, MD
  • Neuroradiology ED Cases – Joseph Boonsiri, MD
  • Non-Vascular—Brain and Spine Cases – Anna Derman, MD
  • Vascular—Brain and Spine Cases – Matthew G. Young, DO
  • Head and Neck Cases – Gopi K. Nayak, MD

Breast Imaging

  • Imaging of the Postoperative Breast – Alana A. Lewin, MD
  • Tips and Tricks for Sonographic Correlation – Chloe Chhor, MD
  • Mammographic Analysis of Breast Calcifications – Edward A. Sickles, MD
  • Diagnostic Evaluation with Tomosynthesis – Beatriu Reig, MD, MPH
  • Mammographic Follow-Up as an Alternative to Biopsy: Strengths, Limitations, and Pitfalls – Edward A. Sickles, MD
  • Hormones, Imaging Biomarkers, and Breast Cancer Risk – Samantha L. Heller, PhD, MD
  • A New Perspective on Male Breast Cancer – Yiming Gao, MD
  • Updates on Fast Breast MRI and Advanced Breast MRI Techniques – Laura Heacock, MD
  • Medicolegal Aspects of Breast Imaging – Edward A. Sickles, MD

Pediatric Imaging

  • Pediatric Hip – Mark E. Bittman, MD
  • Pediatric Knee – Lynne P. Pinkney, MD
  • Pediatric Elbow – Shailee Lala, MD

Pediatric and Breast Imaging Challenging Cases

  • Pediatric Cases – Netta M. Blitman, MD
  • Breast Imaging of the Young, Pregnant, and Lactating Patient – Elizabeth V. Mausner, MD
  • Challenging Image-guided Breast Procedure Cases – Kristin R. Elias, MD

Musculoskeletal Imaging

  • Shoulder Imaging: Pearls and Pitfalls – Soterios Gyftopoulos, MD, MSc
  • Elbow Imaging: Pearls and Pitfalls – William R. Walter, MD
  • Groin Injuries – Erin Alaia, MD
  • Hip Cartilage and Labral Injuries: What the Surgeon Wants to Know – Donna G. Blankenbaker, MD, FACR
  • Knee Avulsion Injuries – Prepared by – Zehava S. Rosenberg, MD, Presesnted by – Mohammad M. Samim, MD
  • AI in MSK Imaging – Michael P. Recht, MD
  • MSK Infections: How to Avoid Misdiagnosis – Donna G. Blankenbaker, MD, FACR
  • Surgery of the Lumbar Spine: The Basics – Leon D. Rybak, MD
  • Weird Bone Lesions – Mohammad M. Samim, MD
  • Ultrasound of Lumps and Bumps – Ronald. S. Adler, MD, PhD
  • Ultrasound Guided Procedures – Christopher Burke, MD

PET Imaging

  • PET Imaging of Colorectal Carcinoma – Munir Ghesani, MD, FACNM, FACR
  • PET Imaging of Prostate Cancer – Shawn Karls, MD
  • Management of Neuroendocrine Tumors with Ga-Dotatate PET – Elcin Zan, MD

Musculoskeletal and PET Imaging Challenging Cases

  • MSK Cases: Upper Extremity – Renata La Rocca Vieira, MD
  • PET Results and Path Reports: Concordance or “Learning Opportunity?” – Munir Ghesani, MD, FACNM, FACR
  • MSK Cases: Lower Extremity – Michael B. Mechlin, MD
  • Ga-Dotatate PET: False-positives and Incidental Malignancies – Elcin Zan, MD

Thoracic Imaging

  • Central Airway Diseases – Maria C. Shiau, MD
  • An Imaging Approach to Small Airway Disease – Travis S. Henry, MD
  • Seeing the Picture in a Mosaic – Georgeann McGuinness, MD, FACR
  • Thoracic Sarcoidosis: Hidden in Plain View – Jeffrey B. Alpert, MD
  • Shades of Gray: Subsolid Lung Nodules – Lea Azour, MD
  • Leveling the Playing Field: Navigation Guided Thoracic Intervention – William H. Moore, MD
  • State of the Art: CT Pulmonary Angiography – Jane P. Ko, MD
  • Smoke: Differentiating Flow Artifact from Pathology on Thoracic CTA – Travis S. Henry, MD

Cardiac Imaging

  • Wrong Way Turns: Coronary Anomaly Misses and Misperceptions – Lea Azour, MD
  • Mama Told Me There’d Be Days Like This: Challenging Cardiac CT Cases – Jill E. Jacobs, MD, FACR, FAHA
  • Extraordinary Cases in Congenital Heart Disease – Dan Halpern, MD

Thoracic and Cardiac Imaging Challenging Cases

  • Challenging Chest Cases: To Err is Human – Francis G. Girvin, MD
  • Segmental Approach to Congenital Heart Disease – Puneet Bhatla, MD
  • Zebras in the Chest Reading Room – Geraldine Brusca-Augello, DO
  • Cardiovascular MRI Cases: What We Got Wrong and Why – Leon Axel, PhD, MD

Abdominal Imaging

  • Practicing Green CT – Alec J. Megibow, MD, MPH, FACR
  • Ultrasound Diagnosis of Non-gynecologic Causes of Pelvic Pain – Genevieve L. Bennett, MD
  • Small Bowel Imaging – Kira Melamud, MD
  • The Morton A. Bosniak Lecture – Imaging of Solid Renal Masses: Lessons Learned from Bosniak Classification – Hersh Chandarana, MD, MBA
  • Prostate MR – Andrew B. Rosenkrantz, MD
  • Bariatric Imaging Pearls from the Practicing Surgeon – Manish S. Parikh, MD
  • Top 10 Updates in Body Imaging from 2019 – Nicole M. Hindman, MD
  • Challenging Benign Focal Liver Lesions – Nicole M. Hindman, MD
  • Fibrosis, Cirrhosis, and HCC: An Imaging Update – Krishna Shanbhogue, MD
  • Post Y90 Liver Imaging – Sooah Kim, MD
  • Rectal MRI – Myles Taffel, MD

Emergency Imaging

  • Mass Casualty Incidents: An Introduction for Imagers – Mark P. Bernstein, MD, FASER
  • Facial Trauma – Sergey Kochkine, MD
  • Emergency Pelvic US – Aspan S. Ohson, MD

Emergency and Abdominal Imaging Challenging Cases

  • Weird and Wonderful ER Cases – Alexander Baxter, MD
  • TI-RADS – Chrystia Slywotzky, MD
  • Renal Cases – Stella Kang, MD
  • Vascular Cases – ChenChan Huang, MD
  • Bowel Cases – Bari Dane, MD
  • Gynecologic Cases – Angela Tong, MD
  • Body ER Cases – Jay Karajgikar, MD

 

 

 

 

 

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