Computed Body Tomography- The Cutting Edge 2015 – Videos + PDF
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Date of Original Release: May 15, 2015
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- Summarize the latest concepts in the chest and cardiac CT, including coronary artery imaging
- Analyze the newest applications of 64-slice multidetector/multislice CT
- Identify the role of CT in GI pathology, including virtual colonoscopy
- Recognize the latest concepts in liver and renal imaging
- Define the current role of MDCT/CTA in the evaluation of pancreatic and renal tumors
- Explain the current role of CT angiography and how to optimize its performance
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- Pattern Recognition and Differential Diagnosis: Cystic Hepatic Mass – Michael P. Federle, MD
- Pattern Recognition and Differential Diagnosis: Cystic Renal Mass – Michael P. Federle, MD
- Pattern Recognition and Differential Diagnosis: The Misty Mesentery – Michael P. Federle, MD
- Thoracoabdominal Trauma: Update on Imaging and Management – Michael P. Federle, MD
- CT of Incidentalomas: What You Need to Know – Elliot K. Fishman, MD, FACR
- CT of Renal Tumors – Elliot K. Fishman, MD, FACR
- CT of the Adrenal Gland: How We Do It – Elliot K. Fishman, MD, FACR
- Optimization of CT Protocols and Protocol Design – Elliot K. Fishman, MD, FACR
- Role of Multiplanar and Three Dimension Imaging in CT: Analysis and Interpretation – Elliot K. Fishman, MD, FACR
- The Missed Diagnosis on CT: Pearls and Pitfalls – Elliot K. Fishman, MD, FACR
- CT Evaluation of Pulmonary Embolism – Karen M. Horton, MD
- CT of Pancreatic Masses Beyond Adenocarcinoma – Karen M. Horton, MD
- CT of the Acute Abdomen: GI Applications – Karen M. Horton, MD
- CT of the Acute Abdomen: GU Applications – Karen M. Horton, MD
- Imaging COPD: Basic to Advanced Biomarkers – Ella Kazerooni, MD
- Key Elements of a Lung Cancer Screening Program – Ella Kazerooni, MD
- Lung RADS: Structured Reporting Management and Practice Audit for Lung Cancer CT Screening – Ella Kazerooni, MD
- Patient Centered Radiology – Ella Kazerooni, MD
- CT Enterography 2015 – Alec J. Megibow, MD, MPH, FACR
- CT of Bowel Obstruction – Alec J. Megibow, MD, MPH, FACR
- Dual Energy CT: Abdominal Applications – Alec J. Megibow, MD, MPH, FACR
- Pancreatic Cysts: More Secure or More Confused? – Alec J. Megibow, MD, MPH, FACR
- CT Evaluation of Pancreatitis – Siva Raman, MD
- CT Evaluation of Parenchymal Liver Disease – Siva Raman, MD
- CT Evaluation of Primary Liver Masses – Siva Raman, MD
- Congenital Heart Disease in Adults – Marilyn J. Siegel, MD
- Congenital Lung Lesions in Adults – Marilyn J. Siegel, MD
- CT of the Pediatric Patients in 2015: How I Do It – Marilyn J. Siegel, MD
- Radiation Dose in CT: Risks and Imaging Strategies – Marilyn J. Siegel, MD