Topics covered in UCSF Radiology Interventional Review include:
Percutaneous Ablation of Bone, Neuro Spine Interventions, Endovascular Repair of Aortic Aneurysms, Bronchial Artery Embolization, Pulmonary Artery Interventions, Chemoembolization, Radioembolization, Stroke Interventions, Vertebroplasty, Kyphoplasty and many others.
Studying UCSF Radiology Interventional Review will help you to:
• Become familiar with the latest interventional radiology techniques, their indications and contraindications
• Identify the potentials and complications of new interventional radiology techniques for specific indications
• Accurately utilize imaging techniques like CTA, MRA and non-invasive arterial assessment into your daily practice
• Distinguish between different devices used for percutaneous ablation of liver and kidney lesions
Radiologists actively practicing interventional radiology, and newly qualified interventional radiologists wanting to compare their knowledge and training with UCSF experts. The course is focused primarily on body IR, rather than neuroradiological interventions.
- Cost: $1,295
- Credit hours: 24.5
- CME credits awarded by: Oakstone Publishing, LLC.
- Format: On-Demand Online
- Material last updated: December 16, 2016
- Expiration of CME credit: December 16, 2019
- Interventional Radiology CME
Interventional Radiology CME
Complete your CME requirements with Interventional Radiology CME courses, board reviews, and other activities from top CME providers. Physicians focusing on Interventional Radiology that are board-certified by the American Board of Radiology must maintain a continual average of 75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ over the three previous years to meet their maintenance of certification (MOC) requirements. These Interventional Radiology CME activities will also help physicians broaden their knowledge about imaging techniques such as CTA, different Interventional Radiology devices and other key topics related to Interventional Radiology.