American Society of Spine Radiology 2018 (Videos)

American Society of Spine Radiology 2018

The 2018 American Society of Spine Radiology CME Teaching activity provides presentations and discussions of new and important developments in spine radiology. Topically organized sessions concentrate on various aspects of diagnostic and interventional spine techniques. Nationally and internationally recognized experts share their experiences through didactic lectures, discussions and case-based reviews.

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  • Points to Download: 1500 Points
  • Format: 68 Video Files (.mp4 format).
  • File Size: 4.04 GB.
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Description:

Target Audience 

This CME teaching activity is primarily intended and designed to educate radiologists, neuroradiologists, musculoskeletal radiologists, interventional radiologists, spine surgeons, pain management and rehabilitation physicians, anesthesiologists, as well as fellows and residents-in-training in these specialties. Course material is also aimed at allied health professionals, including physician assistants and nurse practitioners, who specialize, or have particular interest, in conditions affecting imaging and treating the spine.

Accreditation

Physicians: Educational Symposia is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Educational Symposia designates this enduring material for a maximum of 19.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

SA-CME: Credits awarded for this enduring activity are designated “SA-CME” by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) and qualify toward fulfilling requirements for Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part II: Lifelong Learning and Self-assessment.

All CME course participants are required to pass a written or online test with a minimum score of 70% in order to be awarded credit. (Exam materials, if ordered, will be sent with your CME order.) All CME course participants will also have the opportunity to critically evaluate the program as it relates to practice relevance and educational objectives.

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM for these programs may be claimed until June 14, 2021.
This CME activity was planned and produced by Educational Symposia, the leader in diagnostic imaging education since 1975.
This CME activity was planned and produced in accordance with the ACCME Essential Areas and Elements.

Educational Objectives 

At the completion of this CME activity, subscribers should be able to:

  • Demonstrate an increased understanding of recent advances in spine and peripheral nerve imaging to daily practice.
  • Review and understand the variety of diverse pathology that affects the spine, including congenital, degenerative, infectious/inflammatory, neoplastic, traumatic, and vascular conditions.
  • Develop greater understanding of the unique conditions that affect the spine and how imaging and image-guided intervention are used in their treatment.
  • Gain a better understanding of the controversies and limitations inherent to the diagnostic modalities and interventions used in the assessment and treatment of spinal diseases.
  • Understand the interplay between surgical intervention, oncology, percutaneous therapy and diagnostic imaging in the clinical management of spinal disease.

No special educational preparation is required for this CME activity

Topics/Speaker:

01. Keynote Address Value Based Imaging for LBP – Jeffrey (Jerry) G. Jarvik, M.D., M.P.H..mp4
02. LBP From the Bench Side to the Clinic – Jeffrey S. Ross, M.D..mp4
03. Pearls of Spine Imaging To Image or Not – Johan W.M. Van Goethem, M.D., Ph.D..mp4
04. The Role of Dynamic MRI in Diagnosing Lower Back Pain – Jeffrey C. Wang, M.D. (NASS).mp4
05. Advanced Imaging of LBP – Lawrence N. Tanenbaum, M.D., FACR.mp4
06. Metamorphosis of a Diagnostic Radiologist into an Interventional Spine Radiologist How to Start a Practice – Amish H. Doshi, M.D..mp4
07. Indications and How to Do Steroid Injections – Todd Miller, M.D..mp4
08. Indications and How to Do Facet Injections – Walter S. Bartynski, M.D..mp4
09. Indications and How to Approach Vertebral Augmentation – Gregory J. Lawler, M.D..mp4
10. Vertebral Augmentation – Tales from the Crypt – Mary E. (Lee) Jensen, M.D..mp4
11. Appropriate Use of ImagingIntervention for Post-Operative Infection – Lubdha M. Shah, M.D..mp4
12. How Much Imaging is Too Much Imaging – Paul E. Kim, M.D..mp4
13. Will Structured Reporting Enhance the Value of Spine Imaging – Richard H. Wiggins, III, M.D., CIIP, FSIIM.mp4
14. Value and Deficiencies of the Spine Nomenclature – Alan L. Williams, M.D., FACR, MBA.mp4
15. Myelography A Dying Art Current Utility – Richard Silbergleit, M.D., MBA.mp4
16. Discography The Current Evidence – John D. Barr, M.D..mp4
17. Keynote Address GoalsExpectations to Restoring a Normal Life to the Spinal Cord Injured Patient – Role of Rehabilitation – Anthony Burns, M.D., M.Sc..mp4
18. Clearing the Injured Spine – Vahe M. Zohrabian, M.D..mp4
19. Special Considerations for the Traumatized Pediatric Spine – Erin Simon Schwartz, M.D..mp4
20. Clearance for Return to Play in High Performance Athletes After Spinal Trauma – Gregory W. Petermann, M.D..mp4
21. Role of MRI in SCI Correlation with Neurologic Deficit and Prognosis – Falgun H. Chokshi, M.D., M.S., DABR.mp4
22. Is DTI the Missing Link in Spinal Cord Injury – Eric D. Schwartz, M.D..mp4
23. Spine Tumor Imaging What the Radiation Oncologist Needs to Know – Michelle Alonso-Basanta M.D., Ph.D..mp4
24. Surgical Stabilization in Spine Oncology – Daniel Refai, M.D..mp4
25. Pediatric Spine Tumors You Might Actually See – Nilesh K. Desai, M.D..mp4
26. Interventional Therapeutics for Spinal Tumors – Jack W. Jennings, M.D., Ph.D..mp4
27. Advanced Imaging of Spinal Tumors Diffusion Imaging and Beyond – Puneet S. Pawha, M.D..mp4
28. Multi-disciplinary Case Conference Interventionalists, Surgeon, Oncologist – Moderator Kent B. Remley, M.D..mp4
29. Keynote Address MRI Findings in Complications and Failures of Lumbar Spinal Surgery Why Does the Failed Back Fail – A. Jay Khanna, M.D., MBA (NASS).mp4
30. Pathogenesis Of Spinal Stenosis – Victor M. Haughton, M.D..mp4
31. Imaging of Spinal Stenosis – Kiran S. Talekar, M.D., MBBS.mp4
32. Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy – Adam E. Flanders, M.D..mp4
33. Degenerative Disk Disease in the Pediatric Population – Aseem Sharma, M.D..mp4
34. Surgical Objectives for Treatment of Spinal Stenosis – Bohdan W. Chopko, M.D., Ph.D..mp4
35. DiscitisOsteomyelitis and Its Mimickers – M. Judith Donovan Post, M.D., FACR.mp4
36. Imaging of Post-Operative Complications – John L. Go, M.D..mp4
37. Transvers Myelitis Role of Neuroradiology – Eric D. Schwartz, M.D..mp4
38. Pediatric Spine Infections – Pia Maly Sundgren, M.D., Ph.D..mp4
39. Inflammatory Spondyloarthropathies – Sophia C. Symko, M.D..mp4
40. Granulomatous Diseases – Wende N. Gibbs, M.D..mp4
41. Imaging 3.0 Adding Value to Imaging – Keith J. Dreyer, D.O., Ph.D..mp4
42. Health Care Reform in 2015 – An Update – Vinil N. Shah for Joshua A. Hirsch, M.D., FACR, FSIR.mp4
43. The Alphabet Soup of Government Programs You Should Care About; ACO’s, SGR, MU – Gaurang V. Shah, M.D..mp4
44. Case Files from the ASNR Presidential Archives – Gordon K. Sze, M.D., FACR.mp4
45. Legal Ramifications of Your Reports – Stephen L.G. Rothman, M.D..mp4
46. ABR Co-sponsorship of the Pain Management Certificate – Meng Law, M.D., MBBS, FRACR & Frederick E. Weiss, MD, PT, DPT, RMSK.mp4
47. Vascular Injury to the Carotid and Vertebral Arteries – Allison M. Grayev, M.D..mp4
48. MRI Patterns in Spinal Cord Pathologies – Lisa M. Tartaglino, M.D..mp4
49. Practical Plexus Imaging – Efrat Saraf-Lavi, M.D..mp4
50. MR Neurography – John A. Carrino, M.D., MPH.mp4
51. Is Whiplash Amenable to Imaging – Edward Quigley, III, M.D., Ph.D..mp4
52. Vascular Lesions of the Spine and Spinal Cord Imaging Features, Algorithms and Treatment – Michele H. Johnson, M.D..mp4
53. Surgical Perspective in the Evaluation of Back Pain – Thomas Mroz, M.D. (NASS).mp4
54. Assessment of Axial and Radicular Pain – Dan T.D. Nguyen, M.D..mp4
55. Neurology and Physical Exam of the Spine for Spine Radiologists – Stanley Golovac, M.D..mp4
56. Pharmacological Management of Pain – Wade H.M. Wong, D.O., FACR, FAOCR.mp4
57. Local Anesthetics and Steroids – John M. Mathis, M.D., MSc..mp4
58. Percutaneous Disk Procedures New Horizons – Christopher Hancock, M.D..mp4
59. Advanced VP and KP Techniques – Allan L. Brook, M.D., FSIR.mp4
60. Cryoblation and Radiofrequency Ablation in Spine and Sacrum – Jonathan (Jay) M. Morris, M.D..mp4
61. Treatment of Malignant Compression Fractures Augmentation and Local Ablation – Bassem A. Georgy, M.D.mp4
62. Principles and Techniques of the MILD Procedure – Wade H.M. Wong, M.D., FACR, FAOCR.mp4
63. Epidemiology & Diagnosis of CSF Hypotension – Patrick H. Luetmer, M.D..mp4
64. Fixing the Elusive Spinal Leak Blood Patches versus Open Surgery – Felix E. Diehn, M.D..mp4
65. An Interventional Approach to SI Joint Pathology – A. Orlando Ortiz, M.D., MBA, FACR.mp4
66. Facet Pain Syndromes – Alyssa T. Watanabe, M.D..mp4
67. How to Approach Facet Interventions – Blake A. Johnson, M.D., FACR.mp4
68. Synovial Cysts – Jeffrey A. Stone, M.D., FACR.mp4

 

 

 

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