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Peripheral Vascular Imaging: My Biggest ...

Peripheral Vascular Imaging: My Biggest Challenges and My Most Effective Solutions.
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: Johannes Lammer, MD, Robert A. Lookstein, MD, and Barry Stein, MD Code: RC812 Objective: Attendees will learn the technique of CT and MR Angiography. This session discusses the difference between CT Angiography and MR Angiography, and highlights the indications for CT Angiography versus MR Angiography in patients with...

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...

Current Status of Coronary Artery Imagin...

Current Status of Coronary Artery Imaging
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: Stephan Achenbach, MD, Scott Daniel Flamm, MD, and Pamela K. Woodard, MD Code: RC303 Objective: This session has three sections. First is CT Angiography, in which attendees will understand the image acquisition process as well as typical pitfalls for coronary CT angiography. Attendees will improve their recognition of typical findings and...

Cardiac CT Angiography and MR Imaging.

Cardiac CT Angiography and MR Imaging.
Time: 2:00 PM-3:00 PM Author: James P. Earls and Vincent B. Ho Code: RC103 Objective: This session includes two sections; the first is titled “Cardiac CT Angiography”, which discusses the latest methods for performing coronary CT Angiography, in addition to application of the physics of CT to improve quality and efficacy while minimizing radiation dose. This section also discusses...

MEDRAD to showcase CTPA app

MEDRAD to showcase CTPA app
MEDRAD will offer RSNA 2010 attendees hands-on demonstrations of personalized-protocol software that individualizes CT Pulmonary Angiography (CTPA) contrast dosing, and has proven to increase the percentage of diagnostic-quality studies to rule out Pulmonary Embolism (PE) when compared with an institution’s standard protocol (at a slightly higher contrast dose than a standard...