Daily Schedule

Schedule Day   

Radiology Review
SAM Credit
Resident Track
Global Exchange
Educational Track
 
All events occur in Eastern Time.

Sunday, April 18, 2021

8:30 AM9:30 AM
SRS.
When a useful new technology is discovered, several things usually follow. Those who use the technology correspond with each other and exchange information. Pretty soon they form a society. The society holds annual meetings and eventually the society publishes a journal. This session will look at radiology journals through the years.

M. Huckman
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1 CME
9:30 AM10:00 AM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

10:00 AM12:00 NOON
FC01.
SAM Global Exchange
This multimodality, multispecialty presentation will highlight the similarities and differences in diagnostic approaches to common presentations and challenges of cardiovascular diseases. The format will be one of international comradery to provide attendees with an effective and productive experience of how different cardiovascular entities are identified and managed in the US and Argentina.

F. Gutierrez, Imaging Pericardial Tamponade and Constriction
P. Carrascosa, Role of Spectral CT in Cardiovascular Imaging
L. Dragonetti, Cardiac Magnetic Resonance in Fabry Disease
A. Bierhals, Postoperative Aortic Valve and Root
H. Bedi, Carotid Plaque Characterization
S. Rossini, Imaging Complications of Abdominal Vascular Stents
F. Gutierrez, P. Carrascosa, L. Dragonetti, A. Bierhals, H. Bedi, S. Rossini
Subcodes: CA, NR
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC02.
SAM Resident Track
This session provides AJR authors, reviewers, and readers with an overview of the journal today, focusing on recent changes. The session will highlight key aspects of journal peer review and production processes. Additional topics of interest for prospective authors will include selecting a study question, performing an Original Research study, and writing a Review of Clinical Perspective article.

A. Rosenkrantz (2017 Berlin Scholar, 2014 Figley Fellow), AJR: Inner Workings
W. Yang, Selecting a Study Question for Your AJR Article
E. Chang, Writing an AJR Original Research Study
N. Schieda, Writing an AJR Review or Clinical Perspective Article
A. Rosenkrantz (2017 Berlin Scholar, 2014 Figley Fellow), W. Yang, E. Chang, N. Schieda
Subcodes: ED, OT
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC03.
SAM
By utilizing and heavily emphasizing custom developed graphic and visual AI software, this course dissects out the primary energies and fields used in the MR imaging process, explains their associated unique safety risks, and focuses on methodology as to how to assess and even quantify these potential risks associated with MR scanning of various foreign bodies, implants, and medical devices.

E. Kanal, Understanding MR Safety Through AI Software Simulation
E. Kanal
Subcodes: MR, ED, PS, HP
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC04.
SAM
Recent trials and approvals have led to breakthroughs in nuclear medicine that will affect the care of patients with dementia and cancer. FDA approval of tau-PET imaging opens the doors for a new era of imaging for neurodegenerative disease. Approval of FES-PET and trials using PSMA-targeted agents herald a new beginning for nuclear medicine in oncology.

P. Kuo, Breakthroughs in PET for Neurodegenerative Diseases
K. Zukotynski, Breakthroughs in PET for Oncologic Imaging
D. Yoo, Breakthroughs in Radiotherapeutics and Theranostics
P. Kuo, K. Zukotynski, D. Yoo
Subcodes: PT, NM, MI, NR
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC05.
SAM
This session will highlight innovate strategies for experiential learning and teaching in the ever-changing COVID-19 landscape. The focus of the session will be to optimize existing virtual programming and strategies and introduce novel methods for all levels of trainees and learners, emphasizing the importance and need to form connections through the virtual platforms. Innovative ideas such as team-based virtual educational and fitness challenges, group-readouts, virtual visiting electives, and engaging and interactive didactic lectures will be highlighted.

S. Jordan, Medical Student Virtual Electives: How to Keep It Interesting
A. Radmanesh, Panelist
R. Ram, Virtual Didactic Lectures: Effective Delivery and Increasing Participation
A. Kanfi, “Out of the Box” Teaching: Educational Scavenger Hunts and Team Case Competitions
L. Deitte, Virtual Didactic Lectures: Effective Delivery and Increasing Participation
E. England, Panelist and Panel Moderator
S. Jordan, A. Radmanesh, R. Ram, A. Kanfi, L. Deitte, E. England
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC06.
SAM
This course will provide attendees with information about well-established standardized reporting systems. This includes evaluation of thyroid nodules, lung nodules, liver observations in patients at risk for hepatocellular carcinoma, colonic polyps, ovarian lesion and prostate nodules. Key concepts as well as pearls and pitfalls will be addressed.

V. Chernyak, RADS: Why Do We Need Them?
A. Kamaya, TI-RADS: Standardized Management of Thyroid Nodules
A. Bader, Screening Lung Cancer With LI-RADS
K. Fowler, LI-RADS v2018: CT/MRI Diagnostic Algorithm
V. Chernyak, A. Kamaya, A. Bader, K. Fowler
Subcodes: HP, HN, CH, GI
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
12:00 NOON1:00 PM
Opening Ceremonies and Member Business Meeting

1:00 PM2:00 PM
Resident Track
Presented by the 2021 ARRS Figley and Rogers Fellows in in Radiology Journalism, this session will highlight some of most viewed AJR articles of 2020 across subspecialties.

O. Awan, AJR Year in Review
F. Giganti, AJR Year in Review
O. Awan, F. Giganti
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1 CME
1:00 PM3:00 PM
FC07.
SAM
This course will provide attendees with information about well-established standardized reporting systems. This includes evaluation of thyroid nodules, lung nodules, liver observations in patients at risk for hepatocellular carcinoma, colonic polyps, ovarian lesion and prostate nodules. Key concepts as well as pearls and pitfalls will be addressed.

A. Kielar, How to Incorporate RADS Into Your Practice
J. Yee, C-RADS: Keys to Effective Use
K. Maturen, O-RADS: Where Are We Now?
N. Tan, PI-RADS: Where Are We Now?
A. Kielar, J. Yee, K. Maturen, N. Tan
Subcodes: HP, GI, OB, GU
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC08.
SAM Global Exchange
Approximately 25 percent of the world population is infected with tuberculosis (TB), a disease that has resurged due to HIV, drug resistance, and socioeconomic factors. Imaging plays a central role in the diagnosis and management of TB. This course will cover manifestations of the disease throughout the body, combining expertise from the Mexican Society of Radiology and Imaging and ARRS faculty.

M. Palacios Montesinos, Imaging in Diagnosis and Management of Tuberculosis
L. Alva Lopez, Thoracic Manifestations of Tuberculosis
O. Quiroz Castro, Tuberculosis in the Abdomen and Pelvis
A. Chhabra, Musculoskeletal Manifestations of Tuberculosis
N. Rodriguez Pedraza, Manifestations of Tuberculosis in the Neck
C. Zamora, Intracranial and Spinal Manifestations of Tuberculosis
M. Palacios Montesinos, L. Alva Lopez, O. Quiroz Castro, A. Chhabra, N. Rodriguez Pedraza, C. Zamora
Subcodes: CH, HN, NR, MK
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC09.
SAM
Venous disease is a cause of morbidity and mortality for patients of all ages, spanning from the impaired quality of life associated with superficial venous disease to the high mortality associated with pulmonary embolism. This course will cover the impact of recent trials, techniques, and devices, and will provide a look forward into the future of venous disease treatment.

R. Winokur, Superficial Venous Disease
C. Ingraham, Inferior Vena Cava Filters
J. Moriarty, Venous Thrombectomy/Thrombolysis
R. Srinivasa, Deep Venous Stent Reconstruction
J. Chick, Percutaneous Extra-Anatomic Venous Bypass Creation
R. Winokur, C. Ingraham, J. Moriarty, R. Srinivasa, J. Chick
Subcodes: VI
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC10.
SAM Resident Track
Practice Guide to Health Equity in Clinical Practice

G. Sadigh, Social Determinants of Health and Impact on Healthcare Access and Adherence
R. Carlos, Addressing Dsparities and Achieving Equity
G. Sadigh, R. Carlos
Subcodes: HP, SO
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
RS.
Resident Track
This course will provide an introduction to financial topics pertinent to trainee and staff radiologists to increase their financially literacy with the hope to decrease physician burnout and stress. It will be given by radiologists who are passionate about the subject and who will provide an unbiased approach to personal finance.

G. Mitchell, Student Loan Debt Management for Radiologists
S. Chan, Protecting Your Most Valuable Asset: Your Income!
C. Walker, Investing 101
J. Donald, Prioritizing Your Income as a First-Year Attending
G. Mitchell, S. Chan, C. Walker, J. Donald
Subcodes: ED, SO
Credits: 2 CME
3:00 PM3:30 PM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

3:30 PM5:30 PM
FC11.
SAM
This course will discuss how computational techniques relate to clinical practice of musculoskeletal radiology and how these can be used in musculoskeletal research.

O. Ashikyan, Neoplasms: AI Classification and Detection
J. Burns, Neoplasms: Radiomics
M. Chalian, Cartilage Auto-Segmentation
M. Richardson (2007 Figley Fellow), Muscles: Auto-Segmentation, AI, and Radiomics
S. Gyftopoulos, AI-Assisted Shoulder Segmentations
A. Chhabra, Bones: Gait/Motion Analysis
N. Subhas, Fast MRI: 3D Joint in Under 10 Minutes
B. Do, Automating Clinical Workflow and Quality Improvement Processes Using Artificial Intelligence
O. Ashikyan, J. Burns, M. Chalian, M. Richardson (2007 Figley Fellow), S. Gyftopoulos, A. Chhabra, N. Subhas, B. Do
Subcodes: MK, HP
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC12.
SAM
Gain an understanding of the patterns of injuries common to victims of violence from a pathophysiology perspective. Learn about imaging protocols, pearls, pitfalls and best practice from experts in the fields. In this series of talks we will also cover approaches to mass casualty incidents which have unfortunately become increasingly common.

L. Avery, Fist, Face, and Other Fight-Associated Fractures
H. Maresky, Get the Point? Imaging Stab Wounds
N. Ditkofsky, Ballistic Trauma: The Basics in Bullet Form
M. Grant, Blast Injuries: Mechanisms, Injuries, and Management
E. Roberge, Mass Casualty Events: What You Need to Know!
L. Avery, H. Maresky, N. Ditkofsky, M. Grant, E. Roberge
Subcodes: ER, GN, CT
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC13.
SAM Resident Track
The course goals?are to educate radiologists and radiation oncologists on the importance of clinical effectiveness and outcomes research for the future of Radiology practice and facilitate engagement amongst radiologists and radiation oncologists to contribute to demonstrating the value of imaging in healthcare.?

P. Sanelli, Clinical Effectiveness and Outcomes Research (CEOR)
S. Kang, How to Get Started in CEOR
R. Carlos, Incorporating Patient-Centered Outcomes
C. Lee, Influencing the Health Policy Landscape Through CEOR
P. Sanelli, S. Kang, R. Carlos, C. Lee
Subcodes: HP
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC14.
SAM
This session will provide a state-of-the-art update on liver imaging, with emphasis on imaging of diffuse liver diseases, practical diagnostic approach of enhancing liver lesions, pitfalls in cirrhotic livers and the use of hepatobiliary contrast agents in cirrhosis.

K. Fowler, Imaging of Diffuse Liver Diseases
C. Sirlin (2002 ARRS Scholar), LI-RADS: The Past, Present, and Future
K. Elsayes, Pitfalls and Misdiagnoses in Cirrhosis
V. Chernyak, Use of Gadoxetate Disodium in Patients with Cirrhosis
K. Fowler, C. Sirlin (2002 ARRS Scholar), K. Elsayes, V. Chernyak
Subcodes: GI, MR
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC15.
SAM
This session focuses on strategies for recognizing and dealing with difficult conversations and microaggressions. The first hour will cover: Introduction to Microaggressions, The Use of Mindfulness in Difficult Conversations, Engaging in Difficult Conversations , and What to Say in the Moment. The second hour will be interactive and include a variety of scenarios and potential responses.

N. Kagetsu, Introduction
C. DeBenedectis, Introduction to Microaggressions
A. Jay, The Use of Mindfulness in Difficult Conversations
L. Deitte, Engaging in Difficult Conversations
N. Kagetsu, What to Say in the Moment
N. Kagetsu, C. DeBenedectis, A. Jay, L. Deitte, N. Kagetsu
Subcodes: ED, HP, SO
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC16.
SAM
Imaging is central to the diagnosis, treatment planning and monitoring of cancer patients. SAR Disease Focused Panels, comprised of abdominal radiologists with subspecialty expertise in each cancer type, have worked their clinical counterparts in surgery and oncology to develop standardized guidelines for image acquisition and exam reporting. This session will present these multidisciplinary consensus guidelines for imaging hepatocellular, pancreatic, ovarian, and prostatic cancers. The 2019 Bosniak classification for diagnosing cystic renal masses will also be presented.

S. Lee (2008 Figley Fellow), Introduction and Q&A
S. Silverman, The SAR Disease-Focused Panel Program: History, Evolution, and Future
A. Megibow, The SAR Disease-Focused Panel Program: History, Evolution, and Future
M. Mendiratta-Lala, LI-RADS Treatment Response Algorithm: Unequivocal Updates
A. Kambadakone-Ramesh, Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma: Posttreatment Imaging and Reporting Updates
M. Davenport, Bosniak v2019: Updated Classification of Cystic Renal Masses
A. Venkatesan, Ovarian Cancer Staging and Reporting Lexicon for CT and MRI
M. Harisinghani (2004 Figley Fellow), SAR Rectal and Anal Disease-Focused Panel Reporting Updates
A. Purysko, SAR Prostate Cancer Disease-Focused Panel Sets the Standards for Prostate MRI
T. Jaffe, Q&A
S. Lee (2008 Figley Fellow), S. Silverman, A. Megibow, M. Mendiratta-Lala, A. Kambadakone-Ramesh, M. Davenport, A. Venkatesan, M. Harisinghani (2004 Figley Fellow), A. Purysko, T. Jaffe
Subcodes: GI
Credits: 2 CME/SAM

Monday, April 19, 2021

8:30 AM10:00 AM
SS01: Genitourinary Imaging: Female Pelvis/Endocrine

SS02: How to Succeed in Research: Essential Skills for New Investigators

IC101.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on diagnostic and therapeutic considerations in biliary imaging.

C. Moreno, MRCP: Role in Patient Care
M. Lubner (2018 Figley Fellow), Cholangiocarcinoma: Current Concepts
A. Covey, Role of Imaging Prior to Biliary Intervention
C. Moreno, M. Lubner (2018 Figley Fellow), A. Covey
Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC102.
SAM Resident Track
This course will discuss how to implement tomosynthesis in your practice. New updates in tomosynthesis will be presented, including synthetic mammography.

E. Conant, Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Update
S. Friedewald, DBT Clinical Operations
E. Conant, S. Friedewald
Subcodes: MO, BR, DM
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC103.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the most commonly missed diagnoses in pediatric MSK imaging with focus on differentiating normal variants from trauma, determining pathology from normal variants in pediatric cartilage and bone marrow, and using imaging to assist in the differentiation of pediatric infection.

N. Chauvin, Pitfalls in Peds MSK Trauma-what is normal?
E. Schallert, Pitfalls in Peds Marrow and Cartilage imaging
J. Nguyen, Pitfalls in Pediatric Infection
N. Chauvin, E. Schallert, J. Nguyen
Subcodes: MK, PD, MR, ER
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC104.
SAM Resident Track
This course will explore a variety of emergency and trauma topics including acute vascular injuries and emergencies, pancreatic and mesenteric injuries, the role of whole body CT in trauma, and craniocervical injuries.

M. Patlas, Imaging of Pancreatic and Bowel/Mesenteric Injuries
M. Bernstein, Cervical Spine Trauma
F. Berger, Imaging of Acute Aortic Syndrome
S. Qamar, Trauma WBCT
M. Patlas, M. Bernstein, F. Berger, S. Qamar
Subcodes: ER, GN, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
9:30 AM10:30 AM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

10:30 AM12:00 NOON
SS03: Genitourinary Imaging: Urinary, Renal, Prostate

SS04: Breast Imaging

IC105.
SAM Resident Track
The course will cover imaging and clinical considerations for placental invasion as well as endovascular techniques for the management of postpartum hemorrhage and high-flow uterine vascular lesions.

A. Kennedy, Imaging of Placental Invasion
C. Kaufman, Interventional Radiology in Postpartum Hemorrhage
C. Ingraham, High-flow Uterine Vascular Anomalies
A. Kennedy, C. Kaufman, C. Ingraham
Subcodes: OB, VI, US, ED
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC106.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the role of CMR in evaluation of ischemic and nonischemic cardiomyopathies.

J. Collins, The Ischemic Ventricle
K. Cummings, The Hypertrophied Ventricle
C. Dennie, The Inflamed Ventricle
B. Sundaram, The Infiltrated Ventricle
J. Collins, K. Cummings, C. Dennie, B. Sundaram
Subcodes: CA, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC107.
SAM Resident Track
Imaging of acute neurological emergencies can be challenging because of the wide range of possible causes and the overlapping imaging appearance of many of these entities imaging. The key to formulating a succinct, pertinent differential diagnosis includes characterizing the pattern of abnormalities on imaging and identifying key features that suggest a particular diagnosis.

A. Sayah, Non-traumatic Brain Emergencies
J. Talbott, Non-traumatic Spine Emergencies
L. Ledbetter, Non-traumatic Head and Neck Emergencies
R. Radhakrishnan (2018 ARRS Scholar), Non-traumatic Emergencies: Pediatric
A. Sayah, J. Talbott, L. Ledbetter, R. Radhakrishnan (2018 ARRS Scholar)
Subcodes: NR, ER, PD
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC108.
SAM Resident Track
This course is a review of shoulder pathology with focus on impingement syndromes and the pathology of the cuff and labrum associated with these syndromes as well as other causes of pain around the shoulder outside of the cuff and labrum. Finally, this course will review the normal and abnormal findings in the post operative shoulder.

M. Anderson, Instability syndromes
K. Davis, MR of the Painful Shoulder-beyond the labrum and cuff
J. Pierce, MR imaging in the Post-operative shoulder
M. Anderson, K. Davis, J. Pierce
Subcodes: MK, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC109.
This course presents cases and commentary on malpractice litigation in radiology; failure to diagnose; appropriate communication; radiation exposure and radiation-induced injuries; informed consent; new technologies, including CT screening; medical-legal controversies surrounding mammography; and the problems with expert witnesses.

L. Berlin, Malpractice Involving Radiology, Update 2021
L. Berlin
Subcodes: HP, SO
Credits: 1.5 CME
12:00 NOON1:00 PM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

Corporate Symposia - TBD

1:30 PM3:00 PM
SS05: Musculoskeletal Imaging

SS06: Musculoskeletal Imaging

IC110.
SAM Resident Track
This course will explore pearls and pitfalls in abdominal trauma and musculoskeletal injuries to the acetabulum and calcaneus.

J. Soto, Pitfalls in Imaging of Blunt Abdominal Trauma
F. Munera, MDCT Blunt and Penetrating Retroperitoneal Injuries
A. Sheikh, Acetabular Fractures
M. Kumaravel, Calcaneal Fracture Imaging
J. Soto, F. Munera, A. Sheikh, M. Kumaravel
Subcodes: ER, GN, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC111.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review rules and regulations associated with radioactivity being used in clinical practice as well as providing a discussion on topics in PET/CT, PET/MR and reviewing commonly missed findings in general nuclear medicine and PET.

D. Metter, Must Know Rules and Regulations
H. Nadel, PET/CT or PET/MR?
K. Banks, Cases to Catch: Part I
H. Agress, Cases to Catch: Part II
D. Metter, H. Nadel, K. Banks, H. Agress
Subcodes: NM, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC112.
SAM
The course will focus on the advancements in the field of ultrasound with specific emphasis on contrast enhanced ultrasound (CEUS), Doppler-based new applications for evaluation of the vascular system and flow, updates in thyroid ultrasound with TI-RADs reporting as well as sonographic evaluation of liver masses using LI-RADs criteria.

S. Sheth, CEUS: Concepts & Applications in the Liver & Kidneys
M. Revzin, Advancements in Doppler Imaging
M. Frates, Practical Approach to US TI-RADs: What We've Learned
D. Fetzer, successes and Challenges in US LI-RADS
S. Sheth, M. Revzin, M. Frates, D. Fetzer
Subcodes: US, GN, ED, OT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC113.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review clinical features and imaging of thoracic outlet syndrome as well as endovascular and surgical management.

R. Iyer, Presentation and Imaging of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
C. Malone, Endovascular Management of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
D. Bandyk, Decompressive Management of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
R. Iyer, C. Malone, D. Bandyk
Subcodes: CH, VI, US, ED
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC114.
SAM Resident Track
This course will be an introduction to the core concepts of quality and safety.

A. Kelly (2014 Berlin Scholar), Definitions in Quality and Safety
P. Cronin, From QC to CQI
H. Abujudeh, Components of a Radiology Quality and Safety Program
S. Bastawrous, Just Culture and What it Means for Radiology
A. Kelly (2014 Berlin Scholar), P. Cronin, H. Abujudeh, S. Bastawrous
Subcodes: QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
3:00 PM3:30 PM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

3:30 PM5:00 PM
SS07: Emergency/General Radiology

SS08: Neuroradiology

IC115.
SAM
This course will review the new staging guidelines for breast cancer. New digital pathology technology will be introduced, which has the potential to help shape future tumor boards. We will discuss SNPs in identifying high risk patients.

H. Pederson, Update in Breast Cancer Genetics; SNP Profiling
B. Calhoun, New Breast Cancer Staging Guidelines
H. Gilmore, Digital Pathology Tumor Board
H. Pederson, B. Calhoun, H. Gilmore
Subcodes: BR, QI, QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC116.
SAM Resident Track
This introductory lecture will cover basic patterns of HRCT with a focus on using an approach to generate concise differential diagnoses. The talks will be geared towards the ARRS members and members in training who would like a refresher on HRCT interpretation.

S. Agarwal, Introduction to HRCT
N. Parkar, Micronodular Lung Disease
B. Little, Cystic Lung Disease
S. Rossi, Mosaic Lung Attenuation
S. Agarwal, N. Parkar, B. Little, S. Rossi
Subcodes: CH, ED
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC117.
SAM Resident Track
This course will present a must-see collection of challenging abdominal cases encountered in practice.

P. Pickhardt (2002 Figley Fellow), Pitfalls in the GI Tract
E. Siegelman, Pitfalls of Liver MRI
P. Liu, Pitfalls of Biliary and Pancreatic Imaging
P. Pickhardt (2002 Figley Fellow), E. Siegelman, P. Liu
Subcodes: GI, GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC118.
SAM Resident Track
This course will discuss techniques to optimize CNS imaging in adult and pediatric patients. Review CNS procedure basics. Describe diagnostic workup and treatment of spontaneous intracranial hypotension.

U. Rassner, Optimizing CNS Protocols
S. Pruthi, Peds Protocols- Not just FAST*
V. Shah, Neuroradiology Procedures 101
T. Amrhein, Diagnostic Workup and Treatment of SIH
U. Rassner, S. Pruthi, V. Shah, T. Amrhein
Subcodes: NR, VI, BI, PD
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC119.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review pathology and imaging in hip pain including labral and cartilage pathology, surrounding tendon and bursal abnormalities as well as the imaging features of athletic pubalgia and adductor injuries.

D. Blankenbaker (2007 Figley Fellow), Imaging of the athletic hip-intraarticular pathology
J. Peterson, Imaging of the painful hip-extraarticular pathology
A. Zoga, Athletic pubalgia and adductor injuries
D. Blankenbaker (2007 Figley Fellow), J. Peterson, A. Zoga
Subcodes: MK, MR, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

8:30 AM10:00 AM
SS09: Gastrointestinal Imaging

SS10: Gastrointestinal Imaging

IC201.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on commonly misdiagnosed and misunderstood disease processes and presentations in MSK imaging to include atypical presentations of inflammatory arthropathy, soft tissue calcifications and intra-articular masses.

D. Flemming, Atypical presentations of inflammatory arthropathies
L. Ladd, Soft tissue calcifications-navigating the differential
C. Andrews, Junk in the joint-diffentiating intraarticular masses
D. Flemming, L. Ladd, C. Andrews
Subcodes: MR, MK, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC202.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on emergency thoracic conditions that may be encountered on call or in an Emergency Department.

I. Vlahos, Current issues in CT diagnosis of Pulmonary Embolism
L. Azour, Thromboembolic disease in Covid-19 infection
R. Short, Acute Aortic Syndromes
A. Bernheim, Imaging of diffuse pulmonary hemorrhage
I. Vlahos, L. Azour, R. Short, A. Bernheim
Subcodes: CH, CT, ER
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC203.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on recent innovations (i.e.. new instrumentation and radiopharmaceuticals) that have implications for abdominal PET/CT in clinical practice.

T. Wong, Technical Advances
M. Osman, Prostate PET/CT
O. James, Neuroendocrine PET/CT
G. Dillehay, Lutathera: What You Need to Know to Start Your Program
T. Wong, M. Osman, O. James, G. Dillehay
Subcodes: NM, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC204.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the normal and abnormal imaging findings in the post operative knee to include cartilage repair, meniscal surgeries and ligament reconstruction.

S. Gyftopoulos, Post operative imaging of the cuciate Ligaments
H. Rosas, Imaging of the post operative meniscus
D. Rubin, Update on cartilage repair surgery
S. Gyftopoulos, H. Rosas, D. Rubin
Subcodes: MK, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT01.
Review SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

R. Ramaswamy, Tips: Fundamental Review and Current Clinical Update
D. Abdollahian, Rapid Fire Review - Venous
R. Ramaswamy, Prostate Artery Embolization
H. Chou, Rapid Fire Review: Nonvascular
R. Ramaswamy, D. Abdollahian, R. Ramaswamy, H. Chou
Subcodes: VI, RF
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
9:30 AM10:30 AM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

10:30 AM12:00 NOON
SS11: Pediatric Imaging

IC205.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review disease characteristics, screening guidelines, clinical manifestations and endovascular management of hereditary hemorrhagic telangectasia.

C. Kaufman, An Introduction to HHT
C. Kaufman, Endovascular Management of Pulmonary AVMs
G. Nesbit, HHT and Epistaxis
J. Gemmete, HHT and Cerebrovascular Lesions
C. Kaufman, C. Kaufman, G. Nesbit, J. Gemmete
Subcodes: CH, VI, ED, NR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC206.
SAM Resident Track
This series will explore conditions diagnosed on HRCT and the role of the radiologist in multidisciplinary teams.

J. Gruden, Diagnosing Usual Interstitial Pneumonitis
B. Elicker, Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis
S. Hobbs, Pneumoconiosis
M. Parker, Smoking related diseases
J. Gruden, B. Elicker, S. Hobbs, M. Parker
Subcodes: CH, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC207.
SAM Resident Track
This course is a review of the imaging approach to commonly encountered indications in pediatric neuroimaging.

B. Soares, Imaging of the neonate with encephalopathy
I. Neuberger, Imaging of the child with macrocephaly
J. Wright, Imaging of the child with epilepsy
C. Maxfield, Imaging of the infant with a sacral dimple
B. Soares, I. Neuberger, J. Wright, C. Maxfield
Subcodes: PD, NR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC208.
SAM Resident Track
This course will describe the imaging evaluation of classic ENT clinical symptoms.

N. Koontz, Imaging of Hearing Loss
M. Jhaveri, Imaging of Vision loss
C. Glastonbury, Imaging of Vocal Cord Paralysis
A. Bhatt, Imaging of Horner's Syndrome
N. Koontz, M. Jhaveri, C. Glastonbury, A. Bhatt
Subcodes: HN, NR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC209.
SAM
This course will review the role of cross-sectional imaging for cardiac valve evaluation and device planning.

P. Rajiah, Surgical Prosthetic Valve Evaluation with CT
A. Bierhals, TAVR Imaging: Pearls, Pitfalls, and Complications
S. Patel, Imaging for EP Procedures
A. Shah, LVAD Imaging
P. Rajiah, A. Bierhals, S. Patel, A. Shah
Subcodes: CA, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT02.
Review SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

P. Bhambhvani, Case-based Review of Nuclear Medicine
P. Kuo, Case-based Review of Nuclear Medicine
W. Rieter, Case-based Review of Nuclear Medicine
C. Shah, Case-based Review of Nuclear Medicine
P. Bhambhvani, P. Kuo, W. Rieter, C. Shah
Subcodes: NM, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
12:00 NOON1:00 PM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

Corporate Symposia - TBD

1:30 PM3:00 PM
SS12: Efficacy/Education/Administration/Informatics

SS13: Gastrointestinal Imaging

IC210.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review imaging features of spine infection and osseous tumors with focus on the surgical implications and approach. This course will also review the post operative spine with emphasis on the implications on surgical management.

E. Walker, Bone Tumors of the Spine- narrowing the differential
B. Petersen, Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases of the Spine
L. Shah (2017 Figley Fellow), Post-operative Spine-hardware and complications
E. Walker, B. Petersen, L. Shah (2017 Figley Fellow)
Subcodes: MK, ER, NR, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC211.
SAM Resident Track
In this course, participants will learn the workup and management of lymph nodes, both from a radiologist and surgeon perspective

T. Moseley, Imaging Evaluation of Lymph Nodes
H. Marshall, Lymph Node Procedures
P. Li, Surgical Management of Lymph Nodes
T. Moseley, H. Marshall, P. Li
Subcodes: BR, BI, US, MO
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC212.
SAM Resident Track
This course is a further introduction to the core concepts of quality and safety.

M. Bruno, RCA and HFMEA
J. Kruskal, PEER Learning in Radiology
H. Abujudeh, Standardized Protocols and Checklists
A. Kelly (2014 Berlin Scholar), Communication in Radiology
M. Bruno, J. Kruskal, H. Abujudeh, A. Kelly (2014 Berlin Scholar)
Subcodes: QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC213.
SAM
This course will review the most recent releases of standardized systems used in GU imaging. The course will cover diagnosis of cystic renal masses (Bosniak 2019), prostate neoplasm (PI-RADS v2.1) and urinary bladder neoplasm (VI-RADS). The course will review the diagnostic criteria, scientific evidence supporting each of the systems, and reporting guidelines.

M. Davenport, Updates on Bosniak 2019 Criteria
A. Westphalen, Updates on PI-RADS v2.1
D. Margolis, Review of VI-RADS
M. Davenport, A. Westphalen, D. Margolis
Subcodes: GU, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT03.
Review SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

D. Wolfman, Renal cases with rapid review
B. Wildman-Tobriner, Prostate and testicle cases
A. Mariano, Bladder and gynecology cases with rapid review
A. Kielar, Guidelines and updates for ovarian lesions
D. Wolfman, B. Wildman-Tobriner, A. Mariano, A. Kielar
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
3:00 PM3:30 PM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

3:30 PM5:00 PM
SS14: Musculoskeletal Imaging

IC214.
SAM
This course will focus on guidelines that may help in daily practice.

C. Wu, Lung-RADS v 1.1
J. Ko, Approach to Incidental Findings on CT
S. Kligerman, Diagnosis of UIP on CT - ATS/Fleischner
A. Huete, Approach to Pulmonary Hypertension
C. Wu, J. Ko, S. Kligerman, A. Huete
Subcodes: CH, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC215.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on acute abdominal imaging topics covering both common and uncommon entities that are musts for emergency, general, and abdominal radiologists.

V. Mellnick, Blood and Bleeding in the Abdomen and Pelvis
B. Pooler, Imaging of Appendicitis & Alternative Diagnoses
D. Katz, Non-contrast CT of the Acute Abdomen
V. Mellnick, B. Pooler, D. Katz
Subcodes: GI, ER, GN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC216.
SAM Resident Track
This course will be a review of the role of Coronary CT in the evaluation of atherosclerotic and non-atherosclerotic disease and the role of cross-sectional imaging in thoracic vascular disease.

J. Jacobs, Coronary CTA: Atherosclerotic Disease Evaluation
D. Vargas, Coronary CTA: Beyond Stenosis
C. Raptis, Imaging of the Post-operative Thoracic Aorta
C. Francois, MR Angiography of the Chest: How I Do It
J. Jacobs, D. Vargas, C. Raptis, C. Francois
Subcodes: CA, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC217.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the spectrum of lymphatic disorders, their imaging features and endovascular management.

G. Nadolski, Global Lymphatic Diseases and Imaging
J. Gemmete, Pediatric Lymphatic Disorders and Interventions
J. Chick, Thoracic Lymphatic Interventions
R. Srinivasa, Abdominal Lymphatic Interventions
G. Nadolski, J. Gemmete, J. Chick, R. Srinivasa
Subcodes: VI, ED, MR, CH
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT04.
Review SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

M. Yano, Diffuse Liver and Gallbladder Diseases
R. O'Malley, Imaging of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
W. Masch, Biliary Diseases
R. O'Malley, Retroperitoneum, Peritoneum, and Mesentery
S. Wang, Multisystem Diseases Affecting the Abdomen/GI Tract
M. Yano, R. O'Malley, W. Masch, R. O'Malley, S. Wang
Subcodes: GI, MR, CT, RF
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

8:30 AM10:00 AM
SS15: Vascular and Interventional Radiology

SS16: Breast Imaging

IC301.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the challenges and solutions for dealing with difficult patients.

R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar), The Difficult Patient
R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar)
Subcodes: QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC302.
In this presentation, ABR leaders will discuss various aspects of why Board Certification is important in 2021, the new remote exam models, an update on Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA), and frequently asked questions regarding ABR finances. The participant will gain a greater understanding of ABR processes and requirements.

B. Wagner, Why is Board Certification Important in 2021?
C. Canon, The New Remote Exam Models
V. Mathews, Update on Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) Update
R. Barr, Frequently Asked Questions Regarding ABR Finances
B. Wagner, C. Canon, V. Mathews, R. Barr
Subcodes: OT
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC303.
SAM Resident Track
This course will feature different imaging techniques, all using intravenous contrast. We will also discuss the potential harms of gadolinium.

C. Comstock, Abbreviated Breast MRI
C. Badve, Gadolinium Deposition
B. Patel, Contrast-Enhanced Mammography
C. Comstock, C. Badve, B. Patel
Subcodes: BR, DM, MR, PS
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC304.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the normal and abnormal imaging findings in the post operative knee to include cartilage repair, meniscal surgeries and ligament reconstruction.

D. Goodwin, MR muscle injury and trauma
M. Jesse, Infectious and Inflammatory Myositis
M. Mills, Nerve Impingement Syndromes-Patterns of Muscle Atrophy
E. White, Post operative imaging of extensors and collaterals
D. Goodwin, M. Jesse, M. Mills, E. White
Subcodes: MK, MR, CT, ER
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT05.
Review SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

D. Naeger, Imaging of Lung Cancer
G. Shroff, Signs in Radiology
M. Martin, Imaging of Chest Trauma
A. El-Sherief, Review of CT Lung Terminology: Part I and Part II
D. Naeger, G. Shroff, M. Martin, A. El-Sherief
Subcodes: CH
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
9:30 AM10:30 AM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

10:30 AM12:00 NOON
SS17: Cardiac Imaging

SS18: Cardiac Imaging

IC305.
SAM Resident Track
The course will focus on the sonographic evaluation of pathological processes of the uterus, provide updates in evaluation of ovarian neoplasms and a review of emergent and non-emergent benign conditions of the adnexa.

J. Langer, Uterine US– From Inside Out
L. Poder, US of Ovarian neoplasms - Updates
J. Wong-You-Cheong, US of Benign Conditions of Adnexa
T. Morgan, 1st Trimester US: Findings & Management Incl Ectopic
J. Langer, L. Poder, J. Wong-You-Cheong, T. Morgan
Subcodes: US, GU, OB, ER
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC306.
SAM
This course will focus on the imaging in treated lung cancers.

M. Truong, Assessing Response to Treatment
B. Carter (2016 Figley Fellow), Imaging after Radiation Therapy
M. Chung, Imaging after surgical treatment
F. Fintelmann (2019 ARRS Scholar), Imaging after Immunotherapy
M. Truong, B. Carter (2016 Figley Fellow), M. Chung, F. Fintelmann (2019 ARRS Scholar)
Subcodes: CH, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC307.
SAM Resident Track
The course will focus on a general carotid and vertebral Doppler overview, essentials of abdominal and peripheral Doppler ultrasound as well as the role of Doppler in the evaluation of renal transplants.

C. Deurdulian, US of Carotid and Vertebral Arteries
J. Pellerito, Aorta, Renal, and Mesenteric Doppler
G. Joshi, Essentials of Renal Transplant
M. Lockhart, Primer for US Doppler of Peripheral Vascular Systems
C. Deurdulian, J. Pellerito, G. Joshi, M. Lockhart
Subcodes: US, VI, GU, GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC308.
SAM Resident Track
Patients often present with non-specific symptoms, which can be diagnostically challenging for the referring provider. The radiologist is able to offer unique skills in the imaging workup to help with the diagnosis. This course will explore the role of imaging in the workup of CNS symptoms.

R. Wiggins, Role of the Radiologist in Workup of Tinnitus
M. Parsons, Role of the Radiologist in Workup of Headache
J. Chazen, Role of the Radiologist in Workup of Backache
C. Torres, Imaging in Immunocompromised Patient with CNS Symptoms
R. Wiggins, M. Parsons, J. Chazen, C. Torres
Subcodes: NR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT06.
Review SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

D. Saul, Child with Chest Pain
W. McCullough, Best Practices in Pediatric Imaging
D. Rosenbaum, Pediatric Musculoskeletal Imaging
A. Khwaja, Pediatric Imaging in GI/GU Tract Emergencies
D. Saul, W. McCullough, D. Rosenbaum, A. Khwaja
Subcodes: PD, CH, MK, GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
12:00 NOON1:00 PM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

Corporate Symposia - TBD

1:30 PM3:00 PM
SS19: Chest Imaging

SS20: Genitourinary Imaging: Urinary, Renal, Prostate

IC309.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on a review of excellence in practice.

R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar), The Psychology of Excellence in Education
R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar), Update on Ethics and Professionalism
R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar), R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar)
Subcodes: QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC310.
SAM
This course will be a review the role of cross-sectional imaging in atrial septal defects, pregnancy, pulmonary hypertension, and oncology.

L. Haramati, MR and CT Imaging for Atrial Septal Defects
C. Javidan-Nejad, Cardiovascular Diseases in Pregnancy
L. Heyneman, MR and CT Imaging for Pulmonary Hypertension
G. Gladish, Cardiac Imaging in Oncology
L. Haramati, C. Javidan-Nejad, L. Heyneman, G. Gladish
Subcodes: CA, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC311.
SAM
This course presents new breast imaging topics. We will discuss breast density assessment methods. We will discuss Artificial Intelligence as it relates to breast imaging. We will also discuss screening in the transgender population.

J. Harvey, Breast Density Assessment Methods
M. Bahl, Artificial Intelligence
J. Hayward, Transgender Breast Imaging
J. Harvey, M. Bahl, J. Hayward
Subcodes: BR, DM, MO
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC312.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review common acute conditions encountered in the GU track. The lectures will focus on appearances of the conditions on various modalities, and discussions of the tips for correct diagnosis.

V. Chernyak, Acute Gynecologic Emergencies
E. Remer, Imaging of Renal Emergencies
J. Uyeda, Acute Conditions of the Perineum
V. Chernyak, E. Remer, J. Uyeda
Subcodes: GU, MR, US, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT07.
Review SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

H. Ojeda-Fournier, Breast Imaging in young, pregnant and lactating women
J. Kunjummen, Symptomatic male breast imaging
K. Kulkarni, Post-treated breast imaging, pearls and challenges
B. Adrada, Imaging approach to breast pain
H. Ojeda-Fournier, J. Kunjummen, K. Kulkarni, B. Adrada
Subcodes: BR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
3:00 PM3:30 PM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

3:30 PM5:00 PM
SS21: Breast Imaging

IC313.
SAM
This course will review the fundamentals of TNM staging in Head and Neck Cancers. As this has a significant role in prognosis, it is important for the radiologist to understand and report accurately.

D. Shatzkes, Nasopharynx
A. Juliano, Oropharynx
C. Phillips, Oral Cavity
K. Baugnon, Larynx and Hypopharynx
D. Shatzkes, A. Juliano, C. Phillips, K. Baugnon
Subcodes: HN, NR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC314.
SAM Resident Track
This course will provide a review of the imaging features of benign and malignant bone tumors and an update on the use of advanced imaging techniques for diagnosis and treatment planning. This section will also review differential diagnosis in soft tissue tumors and advanced imaging techniques to assist in the diagnosis.

D. Wenger, Benign Bone Tumors-Imaging Tips for making an Accurate Diagnosis
B. Amini, Malignant Bone Tumors-what the surgeon wants to know
M. Murphey, MSK soft tissue tumors
D. Wenger, B. Amini, M. Murphey
Subcodes: MK, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC315.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on the normal and abnormal MR findings in the lesser joints to include the forefoot, hand and wrist.

D. Gimarc, MRI of the Forefoot
N. Subhas, MRI of the Wrist
C. Chung (2003 Figley Fellow), MRI of the Hand
D. Gimarc, N. Subhas, C. Chung (2003 Figley Fellow)
Subcodes: MR, MR, US, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC316.
SAM Resident Track
Multi-modality course on a variety of topics for optimally evaluate the GI tract for both benign and malignant disease.

R. O'Malley, Rectal Cancer Staging with MRI
D. DiSantis, Radiographic & Barium 'Pearls’ for GI Tract Imaging
J. Fletcher, The Role of Imaging in Crohn’s Disease Treatment
R. O'Malley, D. DiSantis, J. Fletcher
Subcodes: GI, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT08.
Review SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

H. Garner, Rapid Fire: Normal Variants/Congenital/Developmental
J. Baker, 1. Approach to Lucent Bone Lesions
J. Stensby, Rapid Fire Trauma Case review
O. Awan, Metabolic Bone Cases- Rapid Fire
H. Garner, J. Baker, J. Stensby, O. Awan
Subcodes: MK
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM

Thursday, April 22, 2021

8:30 AM10:00 AM
SS22: Neuroradiology

SS23: Musculoskeletal Imaging

IC401.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review advanced concepts pertaining to renal cancer imaging. Various pitfalls in diagnosis of renal masses, and strategies to counter them will be illustrated. Advanced techniques to distinct aggressive renal cancers from indolent masses will be discussed. Tips on the important information imaging can provide prior and following treatment of renal cancers will be provided.

J. Golia Pernicka, Pitfalls in Renal Mass Diagnosis
S. Silverman, Overdiagnosis of Kidney Cancer: What Radiologists Can Do About It
K. Elsayes, Pitfalls in adrenal imaging
J. Golia Pernicka, S. Silverman, K. Elsayes
Subcodes: GU, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC402.
SAM Resident Track
Tumors involving the brain, spine, and head and neck can have overlapping imaging features. This course will discuss the differentiating imaging features of various CNS tumors and their radiographic mimics. The roles of different modalities and advanced techniques will also be highlighted.

L. Wang, Brain Tumor & Mimics
A. Grayev, Spine Tumor & Mimics
M. Ho, Pediatric Tumor & Mimics
S. Palasis, A to Z Pediatric Spine
L. Wang, A. Grayev, M. Ho, S. Palasis
Subcodes: NR, PD
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC403.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review advances in PET/CT of the heart and lungs with emphasis on the sequelae of immunotherapy, imaging sarcoidosis, amyloidosis, cardiac viability and the use of PET/CT in the context of multimodality imaging.

E. Rohren, PET/CT of the Chest: Pearls and Pitfalls
M. Nathan, PET/CT Findings as Sequelae of Immunotherapy
R. Zeman, Multimodality Cardiac Imaging: Amyloid, Sarcoid
R. Avery, Multimodality Cardiac Imaging: Function and Viability
E. Rohren, M. Nathan, R. Zeman, R. Avery
Subcodes: NM, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC404.
SAM
Updates on the latest techniques in the three key modalities for abdominal imaging

N. Dahiya, Advances in Abdominal US
M. Zulfiqar, Advances in Abdominal CT
M. Ohliger, Advances in Abdominal MR
N. Dahiya, M. Zulfiqar, M. Ohliger
Subcodes: GI, MK, CT, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT09.
Review SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

K. Hanneman, Cardiac Imaging in COVID-19
D. Raptis, Cardiovascular Imaging Case Review
L. Jimenez Juan, Cardiac MRI Case Review
D. Vargas, Cardiac CT Case Review
K. Hanneman, D. Raptis, L. Jimenez Juan, D. Vargas
Subcodes: CA, VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
9:30 AM10:30 AM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

10:30 AM12:00 NOON
SS24: Efficacy/Education/Administration/Informatics

SS25: Vascular and Interventional Radiology

IC405.
SAM Resident Track
This course is a review of the imaging approach to commonly encountered indications in pediatric musculoskeletal imaging.

S. Menashe, Imaging of the child with a painful hip
N. Hull, Imaging of the child with suspected fracture
V. Ho, Imaging of the child with a soft tissue mass
M. Monson, Imaging of the child with a painful knee
S. Menashe, N. Hull, V. Ho, M. Monson
Subcodes: PD, MK
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC406.
SAM
This course will review advanced topics in gynecologic imaging. A course will demonstrate challenging cases in female pelvic imaging. Practical approach to imaging of patients with pelvic floor dysfunction will be offered. Various image-guided therapeutic approaches in gynecologic malignancies will be reviewed.

M. Flusberg, GYN Cases for the Aces
O. Brook, Image-guided interventions in GYN conditions
R. Ram, Dynamic MRI of the Pelvic Floor
M. Flusberg, O. Brook, R. Ram
Subcodes: GU, MR, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC407.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on general ultrasound imaging in patients presenting with right upper quadrant and scrotal/penile pain as well as suspected abdominal and groin hernias. In addition, the role of ultrasound in MSK interventions will be discussed

D. Katz, RUQ US: Challenging Cases with CT/MRI Correlation
N. Dahiya, Ultrasound of Abdominal and Groin Hernias
V. Dogra, Scrotal & Penile US: What You Need to Know
Y. Endo, Common peripheral NES and US-Guided Interventions
D. Katz, N. Dahiya, V. Dogra, Y. Endo
Subcodes: US, GN, MK, VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC408.
SAM Resident Track
This course will address thoracic masses outside of the lung with emphasis on approach to diagnosis and generation of differential diagnoses

M. Hammer, Approach to Mediastinal Masses
J. Lichtenberger, Approach to Pleural and Chest Wall Masses
T. Tao, Special Considerations in Pediatric Thoracic Masses
D. Naeger, PET/CT and Thoracic masses
M. Hammer, J. Lichtenberger, T. Tao, D. Naeger
Subcodes: CH, CT, PT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT10.
Review SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

A. Kennedy, Pregnant and in Pain!
P. Jha, Don't Miss this on Ob Ultrasound!
G. Fananapazir, Renal Transplants: What You Need to Know
P. Wang, Understanding Uterine Ultrasound
A. Kennedy, Love Those Lumps!
A. Kennedy, P. Jha, G. Fananapazir, P. Wang, A. Kennedy
Subcodes: US, OB, ER, GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
12:00 NOON1:00 PM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

Corporate Symposia - TBD

1:30 PM3:00 PM
SS26: Nuclear Medicine

SS27: Efficacy/Education/Administration/Informatics

IC409.
SAM Resident Track
This course is a review of the imaging approach to commonly encountered indications in pediatric body and chest imaging.

J. Swanson, Imaging of the child with acute shortness of breath
P. Thacker, Imaging of the child with interstitial lung disease
L. Linam, Imaging of the child with an acute abdomen
G. Schooler, Imaging of the child with a focal liver mass
J. Swanson, P. Thacker, L. Linam, G. Schooler
Subcodes: PD, CH, GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC410.
SAM Resident Track
In this course, the participant will be able to evaluate and manage the post-procedural breast. The potential biopsy complications will be discussed.

L. Wang, Post-Biopsy Complications
N. Constantinou, Imaging Evaluation of the Lumpectomy Site
A. Lee, Imaging Evaluation of the Postmastectomy Patient
L. Wang, N. Constantinou, A. Lee
Subcodes: BR, BI, DM, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC411.
SAM
This course will be a discussion of the cirrhotic liver, lesions typical and atypical for hepatocellular carcinoma, and response to therapy

A. Shetty, Focal Lesions in the Cirrhotic Liver
K. Fowler, Liver Malignancy in Cirrhosis: Not Definitely HCC
A. Furlan, HCC Response to Locoregional Therapy
A. Shetty, K. Fowler, A. Furlan
Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC412.
SAM Resident Track
This course will delve into updates for imaging of brain tumors and stroke. Advances in artificial intelligence and the rapidly increasing role of technology in neuroradiology will be explored.

J. McNally, Stroke Imaging 2021
K. Salzman, Brain Tumors Update 2021
A. Flanders, Structured reporting / CDE
J. Villanueva-Meyer, AI in Neuroradiology
J. McNally, K. Salzman, A. Flanders, J. Villanueva-Meyer
Subcodes: NR, HP
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT11.
Review SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

K. Fink, Rapid Fire Review: Brain
T. Kennedy, Pearls and Pitfalls of the Skull Base
J. Becker, Rapid Fire Review: Spines and Syndromes
M. Chapman, Rapid Fire Review: Head and Neck
K. Fink, T. Kennedy, J. Becker, M. Chapman
Subcodes: NR, HN, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
3:00 PM3:30 PM
Virtual Networking in the Connection Quad

3:30 PM5:00 PM
SS28: Chest Imaging

SS29: Gastrointestinal Imaging

IC413.
SAM Resident Track
This course will center on enhancing the diagnostic potential of the ubiquitous chest radiograph.

G. Abbott, Understanding Collapse/Atelectasis
D. Raptis, Approach to Misplaced Central Catheters
R. Shah, Maximizing the Lateral Chest Radiograph
S. Bhalla, Tips for Diagnosing Vascular Conditions on CXR
G. Abbott, D. Raptis, R. Shah, S. Bhalla
Subcodes: CH, CA, GN, RF
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC414.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the anatomy and routes of disease spread in the peritoneal and retroperitoneal spaces. A practical diagnostic approach will be also described for peritoneal and retroperitoneal masses.

R. Marks, Peritoneal Spaces: Anatomy and Spread of Disease
A. Gaballah, Retroperitoneal Spaces: Anatomy and Disease Spread
M. Kobi, Diagnosis of Peritoneal and Retroperitoneal Masses
R. Marks, A. Gaballah, M. Kobi
Subcodes: GU, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC415.
SAM
The course will review a practical approach to diagnosis of gynecologic malignancies. Tips for optimized imaging techniques, accurate staging, and reporting will be discussed.

V. Paroder, Cervical Cancer
D. Ganeshan, Endometrial Cancer
P. Bhosale, Ovarian Cancer
V. Paroder, D. Ganeshan, P. Bhosale
Subcodes: GU, MR, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC416.
SAM
This course will review current use of myocardial mapping in cardiac imaging, an approach to dealing with artifacts on CT and MR and an approach to imaging cardiac masses and pericardial diseases.

K. Hanneman, Myocardial Mapping: What To Do and Say
C. Jokerst, Tips and Tricks for Salvaging Troublesome CT/MR Cases
P. Agarwal, Cardiac Mass Evaluation: How I Do It
S. Malik, Role of Imaging in Pericardial Diseases
K. Hanneman, C. Jokerst, P. Agarwal, S. Malik
Subcodes: CA, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM