Pediatric Body MRI 2015 - PDF + Videos

Pediatric Body MRI 2015 – PDF + Videos

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Date of Original Release: November 1, 2015
Date Credits Expire: October 31, 2018

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A Review of Basic and Advanced Pediatric Imaging Techniques

This program is designed to help radiologists become familiar with current state-of-the-art body MR imaging techniques, the practical applications of these techniques, and the key MR imaging features of a wide array of disease processes in children. The goal of the program is to help pediatric radiologists, general radiologists and MRI technologists continually improve clinical performance and pediatric health care through the proper application MR imaging techniques and to better understand the role of body MRI in the management and treatment of pediatric diseases. It will help you to better:

  • Discuss basic techniques and ways to improve routine use of body MRI in terms of quality
  • Describe advanced techniques that are being applied in body MR imaging
  • Discuss the present and future role of body MRI in pediatric oncology
  • Review clinical experiences as it pertains to the use of body MRI in the management and treatment of pediatric diseases

Discover New Guidelines

A clinically based update, this learn-at-your-own-pace course in pediatric body MRI provides a maximum of 14.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Available online or on disk, it provides access to unbiased, evidence-based content and case-based reviews so that you may expand your knowledge and incorporate the latest guidelines into your daily practice.

View our full list of Topics/Speakers, Faculty, Accreditation and Media Format information.

Applied Physics and MRI Techniques

  • When to Use What Sequences – Govind B. Chavhan, MD, DNB, DABR
  • How We Do It: Body MR Angiography – Rajesh Krishnamurthy, MD
  • Optimization and Artifact Reduction in Abdominal MRI – Taylor Chung, MD


  • Clinical Perspective: Hepatobiliary Diseases in Children – Binita Kamath, MD
  • MRI of Liver Tumors – Alexander J. Towbin, MD
  • MRI of Diffuse Liver Diseases-Fat, Iron, Fibrosis – Andrew T. Trout, MD
  • MRI of Pancreatobiliary Diseases – Govind B. Chavhan, MD, DNB, DABR


  • Clinical Perspective: MR Urography – Walid Farhat, MD
  • Functional MR Urography Protocol Optimization: Tips & Tricks – Kassa Darge, MD, PhD
  • MR Urography Applications – Jonathan R. Dillman, MD, MS
  • Female Pelvis: Congenital Anomalies – Jesse Courtier, MD
  • Female Pelvis: Acquired Abnormalities Including Tumors – Monica Epelman, MD

Bowel Imaging

  • MR Imaging in the Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease – Anne Griffiths, MD
  • How We Do It: MR Enterography – Mary-Louise Greer, MBBS
  • MR Enterography: Interpretation and Added-Value – Jonathan R. Dillman, MD, MSc
  • MRI of Perianal Fistula – Michael S. Gee, MD, PhD

MRI Protocol Session

Govind B. Chavhan, MD, DNB, DABR


  • Liver Dynamic – Alexander J. Towbin, MD
  • Abdominal Tumor – Geetika Khanna, MD, MS
  • Female Pelvis – Monica Epelman, MD
  • Thoracic Outlet – Govind B. Chavhan, MD
  • Vascular Anomalies – Oscar Navarro, MD

Advanced MRI Techniques

  • Diffusion Weighted Imaging – Govind B. Chavhan, MD, DNB, DABR
  • MR Elastography – Daniel J. Podberesky, MD
  • Whole Body MRI in Children – Geetika Khanna, MD, MS

Pediatric Body Oncology

  • Clinical Perspective: MRI in Body Tumors – Ronald Grant, MD
  • Marrow Imaging – Paul S. Babyn, MD
  • Current Role of MRI in Pediatric Body Oncology – Ethan A. Smith, MD
  • What MRI Can Tell Us About Neurogenic Tumors and Rhabdomyosarcoma – Beth McCarville, MD

Superficial Lesions, Vascular Anomalies and Chest

  • MRI of Soft-tissue Vascular Anomalies – Oscar Navarro, MD
  • MRI of Mediastinum, Pleura and Chest Wall – David Manson, MD


  • Minimizing Sedation for MRI: Alternative Techniques – Michael S. Gee, MD, PhD
  • MRI for Appendicitis – Michael M. Moore, MD
  • MRI of Anorectal Malformation – Daniel J. Podberesky, MD
  • Case Based Review – Taylor Chung, MD; Kassa Darge, MD, PhD

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