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    Thoracic Imaging (2016): Society of Thoracic Radiology Clinical Update

    Topics covered in Thoracic Imaging – 2016 include:
    Diffuse Lung Disease, Pulmonary Arteries, Aorta, Lung Nodule, Lung Cancer, Lung Cancer Screening, Thoracic Oncology, Cardiac Imaging, Coronary Imaging, Pulmonary Infection, Mediastinum, Pleura, COPD, Airways and many others.

    Reviewing Thoracic Imaging – 2016 will help you to better:
    • Recognize basic concepts in imaging interpretation including pitfalls, anatomic variants and frequently missed diagnoses
    • Discuss the role of imaging in the screening, diagnosis, evaluation and management of cardiac disease, lung nodules, lung cancer, and other thoracic conditions
    • Describe current and emerging applications in radiography, CT, MR and PET
    • Apply a practical approach to the assessment and management of thoracic diseases

    Target Audience:
    Cardiothoracic Radiologists, Diagnostic Radiologists, Pulmonary Medicine specialists, Cardiothoracic Surgeons, fellows and residents with an interest in cardiothoracic imaging.

    • Cost: $1,095 - $1,195
    • Credit hours: 27
    • CME credits awarded by: Oakstone Publishing, LLC
    • Format: On-Demand Online, Online Video
    • Material last updated: May 13, 2016
    • Expiration of CME credit: May 13, 2019
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    UCSF Thoracic Imaging: University of California San Francisco Clinical Update

    Topics covered by UCSF Thoracic Imaging include:
    Acute Chest Cases, Coronary CTA. The Post-Operative Aorta , Adnexal Masses on Ultrasound, Kidney Stone, Retroperitoneal Masses, Colorectal Cancer Screening, Mediastinal Masses, Pediatric Appendicitis Ultrasound and many more.

    After viewing UCSF Thoracic Imaging, you will be better able to:
    • Manage the acute aorta and common cardiovascular abnormalities
    • Apply current consensus on pulmonary nodules, lung cancer and pulmonary embolism
    • Differentiate common solitary liver masses
    • Diagnose common and atypical pancreatic masses
    • Evaluate the small and large bowel in patients with abdominal pain
    • Manage women with vaginal bleeding and ovarian masses
    • Discuss utilization of imaging and approaches for reducing radiation dose
    • Diagnosis emergent pediatric finding
    • Develop a CT-based approach for colorectal cancer screening

    Target Audience:
    Radiologists and other medical professionals who would benefit from a greater understanding of the interpretation of abdominal and thoracic images.

    • Cost: $895
    • Credit hours: 10.5
    • CME credits awarded by: Oakstone Publishing, LLC.
    • Format: On-Demand Online, Online Video
    • Material last updated: April 16, 2017
    • Expiration of CME credit: April 15, 2020
  • Duke Radiology Cardiothoracic Imaging Plus

    Meetings by Mail presents Duke Radiology Cardiothoracic Imaging Plus.

    Duke Radiology’s faculty provides comprehensive focus on cardiothoracic disease and diagnosis throughout this activity, with additional discussion regarding pediatric, MSK and neuro imaging subjects. Topics include lung cancer screening, pulmonary nodules, sarcoidosis, pneumonia, pulmonary embolisms, radiation dose, coronary artery disease, aortic imaging, hypertension, cardiac CT, pediatric, neuro and MSK imaging.

    Available in Online Streaming and DVD-ROM formats.

    After completing Duke Radiology Cardiothoracic Imaging Plus, you will be better able to:
    • Discuss the latest techniques being used in cardiothoracic imaging.
    • Describe techniques and procedures currently used for best results in pediatric, neuro and musculoskeletal imaging
    • Consider differential diagnoses of common disease processes as they are seen on radiologic images
    • Demonstrate compliance with various governing agencies to sustain accreditation, licensing and board certification requirements

    Target Audience: Radiologists

    • Cost: $595
    • Credit hours: 16.5
    • CME credits awarded by: Global Education Group
    • Format: On-Demand Online, Audio CD
    • Material last updated: April 15, 2016
    • Expiration of CME credit: April 14, 2019