This webinar will review the mechanisms of many nuclear medicine radiopharmaceuticals and the imaging findings of many common lesions on nuclear medicine scintigraphy. Attendees also will practice identifying routine clinical scenarios in which nuclear medicine may aid lesion characterization. After attending this webinar, attendees should be able to: List the indications, strengths, and weaknesses of … Read More
This webinar has been designed to improve diagnostic accuracy of GI urgent/significant diagnosis by: Increasing understanding of the significant diagnosis of hepatobiliary & gastrointestinal pathology. Increasing understanding of the significant inflammatory pancreatic pathology.
By the end of this lecture, participants should be able to describe: Basic physiology of diphosphonate nuclear bone scan. Basic approach to protocolling bone scans based on clinical scenario. Relevant anatomy and changes in radiotracer distribution to develop a brief relevant differential diagnosis and recommend next best workup step, if appropriate.
This on-demand course will review: Tomosynthesis – Case presentations, to include management of radial scars MRI – Practical application of MRI, who benefits the most? Abbreviated MRI MBI The future – Individualized treatments at the molecular level
This on-demand course will help participants: Understand the relationship between non-contrast head CT and IV-tPA administration Identify patients requiring advanced stroke imaging with CTA/CTP Utilize results of advanced stroke imaging in triaging patients for thrombectomy Understand the recent literature regarding late presenting stroke therapy Gain basic interpretation skills for advanced stroke imaging
This on-demand course will help participants: Appreciate the scope of pulmonary thromboembolic disease Understand the basis for the PIOPED group’s reports and recommendations Be able to explain the different clinical decision support tools for pulmonary embolism risk stratification Recognize the controversy in CTEPH imaging
This on-demand course will: Briefly review ACR guidelines for appropriate imaging strategies Discuss Acute Pancreatitis, including revised Atlanta Working Group classification, and a discussion of imaging reporting implications in management and outcomes (CT Severity Index – Balthazar)