Internal Derangement of Joints: Current Concepts and Controversies 2018 (Videos)

Internal Derangement of Joints: Current Concepts and Controversies 2018

This CME activity provides an update of current information on MR Imaging in the assessment of musculoskeletal disorders. Essential anatomy, physiology and pathology are emphasized that explain imaging findings in disorders of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot. MR imaging findings in the assessment of common problems in peripheral joints are compared to those derived from other imaging methods.

Product Details

  • Official Price: $1625.
  • Points to Download: 1700 Points
  • Format: 31 Video Files (.mp4 format).
  • File Size: 4.95 GB.
  • Download Link Below.

Download Link:

This post contains protected content. You must be logged in and have 1700 points to unlock it.


Description:

Target Audience

The target audience is practicing radiologists, orthopedic surgeons, rheumatologists, podiatrists, and other physicians interested in musculoskeletal disorders. Radiologic technologists who perform these types of procedures will also find the program beneficial

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

Credits awarded for these enduring activities 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.
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 30, 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:

  • Assess MR images in patients with internal derangements of peripheral joints.
  • Articulate the anatomic features fundamental to accurate interpretation of the MR imaging findings in these disorders.
  • Formulate a reasonable differential diagnostic list and be able to identify the most likely diagnosis.
  • Comprehend the pathogenesis and imaging findings associated with common and important disorders that affect all joints.

No special educational preparation is required for this CME activity

Topics/Speaker:

01. Common and Uncommon Disorders of Synovium-Lined Joints – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
02. Intra-Articular Tumors and Tumor-Like Processes – Edward Smitaman, M.D..mp4
03. Osteochondral, Subchondral, Cortical Acute Injuries – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
04. Osteochondral, Subchondral, Cortical Cartilage Imaging – Christine B. Chung, M.D.mp4
05. Osteochondral, Subchondral, Cortical Stress Injuries – Mini N. Pathria, M.D..mp4
06. Pectoralis MajorMinor and Teres MajorLatissimus Dorsi Tendons – Eric Y. Chang, M.D..mp4
07. Rotator Cuff Basic and Footprint Anatomy and Patterns of Failure with Emphasis on Terminology, Tears and Pseudotears, Impingement, and Calcification – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
08. Biceps Tendon and Rotator Interval – Eric Y. Chang, M.D..mp4
09. Entrapment Neuropathies of the Upper Extremity – Evelyne A. Fliszar, M.D..mp4
10. The Brachial Plexus – Brady Huang, M.D..mp4
11. Shoulder Superior Labrum Anatomy, Normal Variants, SLAP Lesions, and Microinstability – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
12. Macroinstability of the Glenohumeral Joint Including Various Patterns of Failure of the Labrum and Glenohumeral Ligaments – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
13. Throwing Shoulder – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
14. The Acromioclavicular Joint – Mini N. Pathria, M.D..mp4
15. Muscle Disorders – Mini N. Pathria, M.D..mp4
16. Elbow Anatomy, Ligaments, Instability, and the Throwing Elbow – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
17. Elbow Tendon Anatomy and Pathology with Emphasis on the Biceps, Brachialis, Triceps, and Flexor and Extensor Tendons – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
18. Wrist Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) Anatomy and Patterns of Failure – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
19. Wrist Intrinsic and Extrinsic LigamentsInstability – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
20. Interesting Cases Upper Extremity – Karen C. Chen, M.D..mp4
21. Entrapment Neuropathies of the Lower Extremity – Tudor Hughes, M.D., FRCR.mp4
22. Hip Joint Anatomy and External and Internal Femoroacetabular Impingement – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
23. Knee Anatomy Biomechanics and Overview of Injury Patterns – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
24. Meniscus Anatomy and Patterns of Failure – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
25. Muscles and Tendons about the Hip Anatomy, Strains, and Tears – Mini N. Pathria, M.D..mp4
26. Knee Extensor Mechanism – Mini N. Pathria, M.D..mp4
27. Knee Postoperative Ligaments – Brady Huang, M.D..mp4
28. Knee Cruciate Ligaments – Brady Huang, M.D..mp4
29. Knee Medial and Lateral Supporting Structures – Brady Huang, M.D..mp4
30. Ankle Tendons Normal Anatomy, Tendinosis, Tenosynovitis, and Tendon Tears – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4
31. Ankle Ligaments Normal Anatomy and Patterns of Injury – Donald L. Resnick, M.D..mp4

Written by 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

twenty + 7 =