A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review
Online Course Package With Book
Featuring 352 cases, A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from those in-training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in 11 radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for users' self-assessment. The course discusses many common diagnoses as well as important but easily missed uncommon ones. Each discipline will also present two mini-didactic sessions on hot and timely topics within the subspecialty discipline. Each subspecialty will have a rapid session of cases to provide an even more comprehensive review of cases with limited differential diagnoses. In addition to online lectures, you will also receive the accompanying book—shipped to you at no additional cost.
Earn credit at your own pace through June 22, 2023 and continue to access your videos until June 23, 2027. See below for detailed information and learning outcomes.
This course offers 22 CME and SA-CME Credits following completion of an online test.
ARRS Member price: $695
ARRS In-Training Member price: $349
Nonmember price: $1,399
Get the stand-alone Review Book.
Or the Review Book Bundle.
Video content for this Online Course will be available to view until June 23, 2027, which is ten years following the issuance date of this course. ARRS reserves the right to remove video content before the end of the ten year period. Video content that contradicts current science or misleads the viewer based on changes to accepted clinical practice may be removed on a case-by-case basis.
Learning Outcomes and Modules
Upon completion of this course, participants will possess the knowledge and skills to:
- develop differential diagnoses for conditions in 11 radiology subspecialties
- recognize the imaging and clinical features that enable refinement of differential diagnoses to reach a more specific diagnosis
- recognize some commonly encountered imaging artifacts in the subspecialties, describe why they occur, and learn techniques to avoid them
- show management decisions affecting a variety of commonly encountered clinical scenarios
- and recognize imaging features that are highly characteristic of a specific diagnosis or diagnostic set
Module 1 — Musculoskeletal Imaging
- Knee Trauma-Menisci—Daniel E. Wessell, MD, PhD
- Neoplasm—Jennifer L. Pierce, MD
- Trauma—Ambrose J. Huang, MD
- Inflammatory Conditions—Francesca Beaman, MD
- Knee Trauma-Ligaments—Daniel E. Wessell, MD, PhD
- Rapid Fire Cases-Musculoskeletal Imaging—Jonathan C. Baker, MD
Module 2 — Ultrasound
- Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound—Corinne Deurdulian, MD
- Abdomen/Ultrasound—Aya Kamaya, MD
- Small Parts Ultrasound—Gayatri Joshi, MD
- Obstetric Ultrasound—Anne M. Kennedy, MB, BCh, BAO
- Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound-Clinical Applications—Corinne Deurdulian, MD
- Rapid Fire Cases -Ultrasound—Shweta Bhatt, MD
Module 3 — Neuroradiology
- Update on Pediatric Stroke: Case-Based Approach—Sumit Pruthi, DNB
- Brain Cases—Lubdha M. Shah, MD
- Head and Neck Cases—Alok A. Bhatt, MD
- Emergency Neuroradiology—Kathleen R. Tozer Fink, MD
- Update on Adult Stroke—Kathleen R. Tozer Fink, MD
- Rapid Fire Cases-Neuroradiology—Bruno P. Soares, MD
Module 4 — Pediatric Imaging
- Newborn Intestinal Emergencies—Janet R. Reid, MD
- Chest Cases—David Saul, MD
- Body Imaging—Unni K. Udayasankar, MD
- Musculoskeletal Imaging—Apeksha Chaturvedi, MD
- Prematurity From Head to Toe—Janet R. Reid, MD
- Rapid Fire Cases-Pediatric Imaging—Laura Z. Fenton, MD
Module 5 — Nuclear Medicine
- Molecular Imaging of Dementia—Jonathan Edward McConathy, MD, PhD
- Abdominal and Genitourinary—Spencer Behr, MD
- Endocrine and Cardiothoracic—Pradeep Bhambhvani, MD
- FDG-PET/CT—Chadwick Lewis Wright, MD, PhD
- Update on PET for Prostate Cancer—Jonathan Edward McConathy, MD, PhD
- Rapid Fire Cases-Nuclear Medicine—David Naeger, MD
Module 6 — Vascular and/or Interventional Radiology
- Vasculitis and Other Vasculopathies—Sailendra G. Naidu, MD
- Non-Vascular Cases—Raja Ramaswamy, MD
- Venous Cases—Elizabeth A. Ignacio, MD
- Arterial Cases—J. Mark McKinney, MD
- Introduction to Interventional Oncology—Robert P. Liddell, MD
- Rapid Fire Cases-Vascular and/or Interventional Imaging—Robert P. Liddell, MD
- Rapid Fire Cases-Vascular and/or Interventional Imaging—Sailendra G. Naidu, MD
Module 7 — Chest Imaging
- Approach to Lung Cancer Screening—Christopher Michael Walker, MD
- Lung-RADS—Ahmed H. El-Sherief, MD
- Calcifying Lung Disease—Christian W. Cox, MD
- Interstitial Lung Disease—Christopher Lee, MD
- Updates in Lung Cancer Staging—Christopher Michael Walker, MD
- Rapid Fire Cases-Chest Imaging—Stephen Blake Hobbs, MD
Module 8 — Breast Imaging
- Breast Cancer Screening with DBT—Stamatia V. Destounis, MD
- Imaging and Evaluation of Microcalcifications—Mai Elezaby, MD
- Work-Up of Masses with Breast Ultrasound—Jennifer Kohr, MD
- Breast MRI—Beatriz E. Adrada, MD
- Multimodality Imaging of the Diagnostic Patient—Tanya W. Moseley, MD
- Rapid Fire Cases-Breast Imaging—Phan T. Huynh, MD
Module 9 — Cardiac Imaging
- Imaging of Pulmonary Hypertension—Travis S. Henry, MD
- Cardiac CT—Saurabh Agarwal, MD
- Cardiac MRI—Kate Hanneman, MD
- Post-Operative—Andy Bierhals, MD
- Aortic Arch Variants—Travis S. Henry, MD
- Rapid Fire Cases-Cardiac Imaging—Kristopher Cummings, MD
Module 10 — Genitourinary Imaging
- Prostate MR—Matthew T. Heller, MD
- Retroperitoneum—Mittul Gulati, MD
- Female Pelvis—Ania Kielar
- Kidney/Collecting System—Daniele Marin, MD
- Scrotal Ultrasound—Matthew T. Heller, MD
- Rapid Fire Cases-Genitourinary Imaging—Maria A. Manning, MD
Module 11 — Gastrointestinal Imaging
- MRI of Perianal Fistulas—Ryan O'Malley, MD
- Colon—Neil Hansen, MD
- Liver—Erica B. Stein, MD
- Esophagus and Stomach—Vincent Michael Mellnick, MD
- MR Enterography—Cynthia Santillan, MD
- Rapid Fire Cases- Gastrointestinal Imaging—Peter Shou-Cheng Liu, MD
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The ARRS designates this enduring material for a maximum of 22 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ and 22 American Board of Radiology, MOC Part II, Self-Assessment CME (SA-CME) credits. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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