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The Johns Hopkins Neuroradiology Review: Johns Hopkins Clinical Update Neuroradiology Board Review
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD. 
Neuroradiology CME Credit Hours...26.5.
CME Credits Awarded by....University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine.
Cost...........Prices vary according to the format, from $1095 to $1195.
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Instruction Type...Slide-Video Lectures.
Format...Video DVD, Audio CD, Audio MP3 CD, Streaming Video and Combination Packages. 
Target Audience...Neuroradiology.
Educational material last updated...November 20, 2015.
Expiration of CME credit...November 20, 2018.
Topics covered in The Johns Hopkins Neuroradiology Review include:
External and Middle Ear, Inner Ear, PET-CT in Head and Neck Cancer, Head and Neck Emergencies, AJCC Staging, Brachial Plexus, Ischemic Injury of Neonatal Brain, Phakomatoses Syndromes, CNS Infections in Children, Acute Stroke Imaging, Acute Stroke Interventions, Cerebral Hemorrhage, CNS Infections in Adults, Common Adult Brain Tumors and many more.
Studying The Johns Hopkins Neuroradiology Review will help you to better:
• Discuss latest developments in the field of neuroradiology practice in the context of applied neurologic disease diagnoses and treatments
• Adapt relevant latest neuroimaging techniques, when applicable, to their practice
• Interpret neuroimaging studies with an up-to-date approach using latest knowledge and techniques
• Adapt low dose CT neuroimaging practices in children

Penn Radiology’s Comprehensive Neuroradiology: Best Practices Penn Radiology’s Comprehensive Neuroradiology: Best Practices
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD.
Radiology CME Credit Hours...25.25, including 24 hours MR, 20.5 hours CT and 4.25 hours Nuclear Medicine (Presentations overlap).
This program meets the Self Assessment requirement for ABR Maintenance of Certification (MOC). Additionally, the SCBT-MR 39th Annual Course meets ACR CME requirements for accreditation in both CT and MRI.
CME Credits Awarded by.... Global Education Group.
Cost...........$645. Combo and Quantity Discounts Available
Format...Streaming Online & DVD-ROM.
Target Audiences... RADIOLOGISTS, NEUROLOGISTS, NEUROSURGEONS and other specialists with interest in NEURORADIOLOGY.
Educational material updated...February 1, 2017
Expiration of CME credit...January 31, 2020
Meetings by Mail presents Penn Radiology’s Comprehensive Neuroradiology: Best Practices. Designed as a Board Review for neuroradiologists, neurologists and neurosurgeons, this resource features more than 20 experts providing a detailed analysis of this imaging subspecialty. Topics include Spinal and cervicocerebral vascular disease and intervention, neoplastic and non-neoplastic disorders of the brain, spine, head and neck, functional MRI, perfusion and permeability imaging, molecular imaging, PET, spectroscopy and pediatrics. Available in Online Streaming and DVD-ROM formats. After completing Penn Radiology’s Comprehensive Neuroradiology: Best Practices , you will be better able to: 1. Describe current concepts in imaging of disorders of the brain, spine, skull base, neck, and cerebral/cervical/spinal vasculature 2. Identify clinically relevant findings on CT and MR imaging studies of patients requiring emergent treatment of infectious/inflammatory/ischemic/traumatic conditions affecting the brain, spine, spinal cord, skull base, orbits, temporal bones, face, neck, and associated vasculature 3. Apply multiple state-of-the-art imaging modalities to differentiate neoplastic from non-neoplastic disorders of the central nervous system, head, neck and spine 4. Discuss techniques for radiation dose reduction in CT protocols 5. Discuss current best practices in the imaging and management of vascular lesions of head, neck and spine, potential complications of those therapies and imaging of the post-operative patient 6. Identify anomalies on prenatal ultrasound and MRI examinations 7. Describe the anatomy as it pertains to surgical landmarks of the nasopharynx, oropharynx, oral cavity, larynx, and hypopharynx as well as analyze patterns of spread of upper aerodigestive tract malignancies