Topics covered by the National Diagnostic Imaging Symposium
Lung Cancer Staging, Spinal Compression Fractures, Sports-Related Elbow Injuries, Controversies in Breast MR, CT Urography of the Ureters, Adnexal Incidentalomas, Low Back Pain, Acute Pancreatitis, Ectopic Pregnancy, Pulmonary Embolism, Advanced Carotid Doppler Interpretation and many others.
At the conclusion of the National Diagnostic Imaging Symposium
, you will
be better able to:
• Use MDCT and MR in evaluating the abdomen, liver, pancreas, spleen and bowel
• Apply ultrasound in obstetrical, gynecological, cardiovascular and other organ system evaluations
• Evaluate genitourinary malignancies, masses and anomalies with MRI, CT and US
• Understand the newest breast screening and diagnostic technologies
• Use CT angiography in cardiovascular imaging
• Stage and interpret CT findings within a lung cancer-screening program
Credits awarded by the National Diagnostic Imaging Symposium
20.75 hours MRI, 23.75 hours CT, 15.25 hours Ultrasound, 2.0 hours Nuclear, 9.25 hours Genitourinary, 6.25 hours Cardiovascular, 7.25 hours Breast MRI,
5.5 hours Breast Ultrasound, 0.5 hours Nuclear Breast Imaging, 6.75 hours Digital Mammography, 4.5 hours Ultrasound-Guided Breast Biopsy, 3.25 hours Stereotactic Breast Biopsy, 1.5 hours MRI-Guided Breast Biopsy, 2.5 hours Musculoskeletal, 5.75 hours Neuroradiology, 7.75 hours Chest, 8.75 hours Gastrointestinal, 2.5 hours Head and Neck, 19.25 hours Body and 2.5 hours MRA.