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The Incidental Small Renal Mass: Image I...

The Incidental Small Renal Mass: Image It, Treat It, or Ignore It?
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: Stuart G. Silverman, MD, Brian Robert Herts, MD, and Ivan Pedrosa, MD Code: RC607 Objective: Attendees will learn the latest developments on how to evaluate small, solid and cystic renal masses principally using MDCT, MR Imaging, and biopsy. They will also learn a practical and medically appropriate approach to managing renal masses, including...

Teeth and Jaws.

Teeth and Jaws.
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: James J. Abrahams, MD, Kristine Marie Mosier, DMD, PhD, and Per-Lennart Alwe Westesson, MD, PhD Code: RC606 Objective: This session has three sections. First is Basic Anatomy and Implants. Attendees will have better understanding of jaw anatomy that will allow them to better understand and interpret images of the jaw. They will also learn to use...

Central Nervous System Hemorrhage.

Central Nervous System Hemorrhage.
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: Alice Boyd Smith, MD, and James G. Smirniotopoulos, MD Code: RC605 Objective: This session have two sections. First is Brain Vascular Malformations and Hemorrhage, in which attendees will recognize the different categories of vascular malformations. They will also identify the imaging characteristics of the different forms of vascular...

Baby Boomer Bruises (An Interactive Sess...

Baby Boomer Bruises (An Interactive Session)
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: B. J. Manaster, MD, PhD, Cheryl Ann Petersilge, MD, Joseph Sekiguchi Yu, MD Code: RC604 Objective: This session describes the differential diagnosis for sports-related pain in the middle aged athlete. Attendees will learn to develop imaging strategies for the assessment of the middle-aged athlete. They will also recognize the imaging appearance...

Case-based Review of Pediatric Radiology...

Case-based Review of Pediatric Radiology: Pediatric Trauma
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: Donald P. Frush, MD, Thomas Laurence Slovis, MD, Carlos Jesus Sivit, MD, and Kathleen Helme Emery, MD Code: CP51 Objective: This session has three sections. The first is Update on Nonaccidental Trauma, which discuss the various types of acute intracranial hemorrhage on both CT and MR. Attendees will understand the difference between vitamin D...

Pulmonary Embolism and Pulmonary Arteria...

Pulmonary Embolism and Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension: Concepts and Controversies
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: Lacey Washington, MD, Sanjeev Bhalla, MD, Diana Litmanovich, MD, and Aletta Ann Frazier, MD Code: RC601 Objective: This session has four sections. First is Acute Pulmonary Embolism, which highlights population trends in the evaluation of patients with suspected PE. This section discusses the prevalence and clinical significance of subsegmental...

Case-based Review of Neuroradiology: Bra...

Case-based Review of Neuroradiology: Brain
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: Nafi Aygun, MD, Michael Alan Kraut, MD, and Tina Young Poussaint, MD Code: CN51 Objecive: This session has two sections. First is Adult Brain, which presents a variety of cases of adult brain neuroradiological studies, and use those as the bases for teaching points and take-home lessons relevant to the pathological processes depicted in the...

Hyperpolarized C-13 MR Contrast Material

Hyperpolarized C-13 MR Contrast Material
Time: 07:15 AM – 08:15 AM Author: Sarah J. Nelson, PhD, Craig R. Malloy, MD, and John Kurhanewicz, PhD Code: SH50 Objective: Attendees will understand the benefits and practical limitations of using hyper-polarization for in vivo applications. They will become familiar with the metabolic pathways and C-13 agents that can be studied using this approach. The session critically...

Coronary CT Angiography: Should It Be Pa...

Coronary CT Angiography: Should It Be Part of Clinical Practice?
Time: 07:15 AM – 08:15 AM Author: Pamela K. Woodard, MD, Richard Duszak Jr, MD, Quynh Truong, MD, Geoffrey D. Rubin, MD, and Udo Hoffmann, MD Code: SC50 Objective: Attendees will understand when coronary CT angiography should be performed, and the major indications for coronary CT angiography. They will also learn the indications for CMS/insurer...