The following open access educational offerings have been developed by ARRS, the ARRS International Outreach Committee, and ARRS Global Partners to share information on various topics in radiology. ARRS aims through the global education program to provide knowledge and expertise that is meant to be shared with radiologists, in-training radiologists, and allied professionals throughout the world. These global education offerings do not offer credit.
Hone your diagnostic skills with this weekly challenge that includes teaching points and suggested readings to fill in your knowledge gaps.
SERAM-ARRS Imaging of Infections Web Symposium in Spanish
This web symposium comprises 59 lectures covering Imaging of Infections. Subjects covered in this symposium are Abdomen, Cardiothoracic, Neuroradiology, Pediatric, and Emergency. The material was presented by faculty of the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) and the Spanish Society of Medical Radiology (SERAM) during the second scientific meeting sponsored by both global partners in Spain.
Liver Imaging Web Lecture
This web lecture will discuss the clinical definitions of NAFLD, NASH, and the metabolic syndrome, review the hardware and sequences that are important for body MRI, describe the findings at US, CT, and MR imaging that may facilitate diagnosis of HCC, and describe typical MR imaging features of early hepatocellular carcinoma.
Breast Imaging: Diagnostic Dilemmas Web Lecture
This web lecture describes the usefulness and limitations of contrast enhanced mammogram, discusses appropriate radiology pathology correlation and concordance for challenging breast masses, recognizes pitfalls of synthesized 2D mammogram and ways to overcome them, and discusses detection and management of architectural distortions on DBT.
Whole-Systems Approach to Patient Safety Web Lecture
This web lecture describes the threats to patient safety during diagnostic imaging examinations and discusses a whole-systems approach to improve patient safety.
Comparing and Contrasting the Role of Imaging in Common Cancers
This two-part web symposium will compare and contrast common cancers in the United States and Asia. Speakers will illustrate the role of imaging in screening, diagnosis, and surveillance of liver cancer, gastric cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, and lung cancer.
Brain Vascular: Anatomy and Intracranial Pathologies Web Lecture
This web lecture reviews: clinically relevant neurovascular anatomy, intracranial vascular pathologies with emphasis on the role of imaging, the correlation of clinical presentation and laboratory test results with imaging findings to aid in the diagnosis of CNS vasculitis, the importance of an imaging approach that will ensure secondary causes of ICH are detected.
Imaging Sports Injuries: Perspectives From Brazil and North America
This two-part web symposium features faculty from the Brazilian College of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging and ARRS sharing their expertise on various aspects of sports injuries. This three-hour course includes a discussion of Brazil's experiences with Olympic and World Cup athletics.
SERAM-ARRS Emergency Radiology Web Symposium in Spanish
This web symposium comprises 20 lectures covering selected topics in Emergency Radiology. The material was presented by faculty of the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) and the Spanish Society of Medical Radiology (SERAM) during the first scientific meeting sponsored by both global partners in Seville, Spain.
Essentials of Neuroradiology Web Symposium in Spanish 2.0
This web symposium features 16 lectures covering diseases of the Brain, Head & Neck and Spine, presented in Spanish by prominent neuroradiologists. The course has been updated with additional lectures on Spine, Head & Neck, and Neck Imaging.
Imaging of Thoracic Infections in Spanish
This two-part web symposium presented in Spanish features faculty from the Asociación Colombiana de Radiología and ARRS. Experts in thoracic imaging present material on community-acquired infections, tuberculosis, nontuberculous mycobacterial infections, fungal infections, and parasitic infections.