Classic Lectures in Gastrointestinal Imaging 2016 (Videos)

Classic Lectures in Gastrointestinal Imaging 2016

This CME activity is a comprehensive practical review of gastrointestinal imaging including CT, MRI, Ultrasound Nuclear Medicine and PET. Basic applications, advanced protocols, emerging imaging technologies, pearls and pitfalls to diagnosis are included. In addition to imaging procedures a review of basic pathology of the gastrointestinal system provides a correlation to characteristics of disease and image findings

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  • Format: 41 Video Files (.mp4 format).
  • File Size: 6.19 GB.
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Description:

Target Audience

The CME activity is primarily intended and designed to educate diagnostic imaging physicians and pathologists who wish to gain knowledge into imaging correlation of gastrointestinal diseases. It should also be useful for referring physicians who order these studies so that they might gain a greater appreciation of the strengths and limitations of imaging and pathology studies

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 27.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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 November 30, 2019.
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:

  • Recognize the imaging appearance of normal anatomy and common pathology of the gastrointestinal system.
  • Differentiate benign and malignant nodules in the gastrointestinal system using imaging characteristics and pathology results.
  • Optimize imaging protocols to evaluate the gastrointestinal system.

No special educational preparation is required for this CME activity

Topics/Speaker:

01. Hepatobiliary MRI – Russel N. Low, M.D..mp4
02. Classification of Focal Liver Lesions – Rendon C. Nelson, M.D., FACR.mp4
03. New MR Techniques Applied to Liver Disease – Bachir Taouli, M.D..mp4
04. Hepatic Doppler – Ulrike M. Hamper, M.D., MBA, FACR.mp4
05. Cirrhosis and Hepatocellular Cancer – Bachir Taouli, M.D..mp4
06. Imaging Focal Liver Lesions – Rizwan Aslam, MB, ChB.mp4
07. Hepatobiliary Imaging (NM) – Kevin J. Donohoe, M.D..mp4
08. Diffuse Liver Disease – Laurence Needleman, M.D..mp4
09. The Incidental Liver Lesion Practical Approach and Role of Liver Specific MR Contrast Agents – Erik K. Paulson, M.D..mp4
10. MRCP Techniques and Diagnosis – Peter Liu, M.D..mp4
11. Detection and Staging of Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma – Rendon C. Nelson, M.D., FACR.mp4
12. MRI of the Pancreas – Russel N. Low, M.D..mp4
13. CT Imaging of Solid Pancreatic Cancer – Siva P. Raman, M.D..mp4
14. MRI of Biliary Cancer Gall Bladder, Intrahepatic and Extrahepatic Cancer – Janio Szklaruk, M.D., Ph.D..mp4
15. Variceal Pathways – Portal Hypertension and Beyond – Myron A. Pozniak, M.D., FACR.mp4
16. Approach to Cystic and Solid Pancreatic Lesions How, Why, What – Mahmoud Al-Hawary, M.D., FSAR.mp4
17. Complicated Cholecystitis – Sharlene A. Teefey, M.D..mp4
18. Pancreatitis and Associated Complications Current Updates – Mahmoud Al-Hawary, M.D., FSAR.mp4
19. CT Colonography Techniques and Hot Topics – with Workstation Review – Beth G. McFarland, M.D., FACR.mp4
20. Diagnosis and Staging in Colorectal Caner Role of CT – Dushyant V. Sahani, M.D..mp4
21. CT Colonography Clinical Case Review and Reading Strategies – with Workstation Review – Beth G. McFarland, M.D., FACR.mp4
22. Can We Narrow the Differential of Colonic Pathology Infection, Inflammation, Ischemia or Malignancy – Mahmoud Al-Hawary, M.D., FSAR.mp4
23. PET and PETCT in Colorectal Cancer – Todd M. Blodgett, M.D..mp4
24. MRI of the Gastrointestinal Tract – Russell N. Low, M.D..mp4
25. MRI of Apendicitis – Scott Reeder, M.D..mp4
26. Crohn’s Disease Evaluation with CT Enterography – Jorge A. Soto, M.D..mp4
27. MR Enterography Current Role and Future Directions – Bachir Taouli, M.D..mp4
28. MDCT in Acute Intestinal Obstruction – Jorge A. Soto, M.D..mp4
29. Imaging the Acute Abdomen When To Worry – Erik K. Paulson, M.D..mp4
30. Bowel Ultrasound – Richard G. Barr, M.D., Ph.D..mp4
31. Right Lower Quadrant Pain Imaging – William J. Weadock, M.D..mp4
32. Metabolic Liver Diseases – John Hart, M.D..mp4
33. Granulomas in the Liver With an Emphasis on Infectious Etiologies – Laura W. Lamps, M.D..mp4
34. Primary Liver Tumors – John Hart, M.D..mp4
35. Pathology of the Pancreatobiliary Tract Ampulla and Gallbladder – N. Volkan Adsay, M.D..mp4
36. Pathology of the Pancreatobiliary Tract Pancreas – N. Volkan Adsay, M.D..mp4
37. Controversies in the Diagnosis of Barrett’s Esophagus and the Role of the Pathologist in Establishing this Diagnosis – John R. Goldblum, M.D..mp4
38. Neuroendocrine Tumors of the Gastrointestinal and Pancreatobiliary Tracts – N. Volkan Adsay, M.D..mp4
39. Colitis is a Pain in the Butt – Joel K. Greenson, M.D..mp4
40. Beyond Acute Appendicitis Fascinating Lesions of the Vermiform Appendix – Laura W. Lamps, M.D..mp4
41. Inflammatory Bowel Disease and IBD-related Dysplasia One Pathologist’s Perspective – John R. Goldblum, M.D..mp4

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