NEW Radiology Review Track
Improve your diagnostic skills across all the subspecialties
Now available at no additional cost!
This new educational track offers a broad review of cases across 11 subspecialties. Each session addresses one subspecialty and contains 60 minutes of case review and 30 minutes of didactic lecture. The rapid-fire case review will provide an even more comprehensive review of cases with limited differential diagnoses. Registrants can participate in these sessions at no additional cost—it’s all part of your general registration fee.
Tuesday, May 7
Radiology Review: Nuclear Medicine
C. Wright, J. McConathy, P. Kuo, P. Bhambhvani
Radiology Review: Genitourinary
D. Marin, A. Kielar, A. Mariano, D. Wolfman
Wednesday, May 8
Radiology Review: Chest
A. El-Sherief, C. Walker, M. Martin, D. Naeger
Radiology Review: Cardiac
J. Nance, T. Henry, S. Agarwal, K. Hanneman
Radiology Review: Musculoskeletal
H. Garner, J. Baker, O. Awan, J. Stensby
Radiology Review: Pediatric
A. Khwaja, U. Udayasankar, A. Chaturvedi, P. Sagar, D. Saul
Thursday, May 9
Radiology Review: Vascular/Interventional
R. Ramaswamy, R. Liddell, P. Trivedi, D. Abdollahian
Radiology Review: Gastrointestinal
C. Santillan, R. O'Malley, V. Mellnick, E. Stein
Radiology Review: Neuroradiology
B. Soares, K. Fink, A. Bhatt, J. Becker
Friday, May 10
Radiology Review: Ultrasound
G. Joshi, A. Kennedy, C. Deurdulian, A. Kamaya
Radiology Review: Breast
J. Kunjummen, L. Margolies, B. Adrada, T. Moseley
Upon completion of this course, participants will possess the knowledge and skills to:
- Develop differential diagnoses for conditions in 11 radiology subspecialties.
- Recognize imaging and clinical features to refine differential diagnoses to reach a more specific diagnosis.
- Recognize commonly encountered imaging artifacts, describe why they occur, and learn techniques to avoid them.
- Demonstrate management decisions affecting a variety of commonly encountered clinical scenarios.
- Recognize imaging features that are highly characteristic of a specific diagnosis or diagnostic set.
The target audience for this activity includes in-training radiologists preparing for exams and active practice, as well as practicing radiologists with an interest in honing their diagnostic skills.