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UCSF Abdominal and Thoracic Imaging

UCSF Abdominal and Thoracic Imaging

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Overview

Learn Now: Advances in Abdominal and Thoracic Imaging

UCSF Abdominal and Thoracic Imaging is an extensive online CME review of clinically relevant topics in chest, abdominal and ob-gyn imaging. This expertly designed continuing medical education course includes case-based lectures on topics like imaging of neuroendocrine tumors, female pelvis and early pregnancy, acute aortic syndrome, imaging of pleural disease, imaging mimics of pelvic pathology, and more. It will help you to better:
  • Identify common causes of acute pelvic pain in non-pregnant females
  • Recognize the appearance of ectopic pregnancy
  • Diagnose common and uncommon pancreatic masses
  • Illustrate the proper management of a renal incidentaloma
  • Apply updated guidelines for the diagnosis and management of lung nodules, lung cancer
  • Differentiate pathologic conditions from benign incidentalomas and mimics in the lungs, heart and mediastinum

Topics / Speakers

Female Pelvis and Pregnancy

Imaging Mimics of Pelvic Pathology
Michael A. Ohliger, MD, PhD


MRI of Gynecologic Malignancy
Michael A. Ohliger, MD, PhD


Technical Tips & Tricks for MRI of the Female Pelvis
Michael A. Ohliger, MD, PhD


Acute Pelvic Pain in the Non-pregnant Female
Lori M. Strachowski, MD


Diagnosing Nonviable Pregnancy in the 1st Trimester
Lori M. Strachowski, MD


Ectopic Pregnancy: Rings, Rules and Role of US
Lori M. Strachowski, MD


O-RADS: An Introduction to the Lexicon and Risk Stratification
Lori M. Strachowski, MD


US of the Uterus and Endometrium: Pearls to Perfect Your US Performance
Lori M. Strachowski, MD

Male Pelvis and Liver

Hepatobiliary Agents and Their Role in Liver Imaging
Thomas A. Hope, MD


Imaging of Biochemically Recurrent Prostate Cancer
Thomas A. Hope, MD


LI-RADS Cases
Thomas A. Hope, MD


MRI of Diffuse Liver Disease
Michael A. Ohliger, MD, PhD


Prostate MRI T2 and Diffusion
Michael A. Ohliger, MD, PhD


Rapid-body MR Imaging Techniques
Michael A. Ohliger, MD, PhD


Sonography of the Scrotum: A Practical Approach
Lori M. Strachowski, MD

Gastrointestinal CT/MR

Imaging of Neuroendocrine Tumors
Thomas A. Hope, MD


Imaging of Rectal Cancer
Thomas A. Hope, MD


CT of Peptic Ulcer Disease
Michael A. Ohliger, MD, PhD


Acute Appendicitis
Emily M. Webb, MD


CT of Colitis: Infection, Inflammation and Ischemia
Emily M. Webb, MD


Cystic Pancreatic Masses: Imaging Update
Emily M. Webb, MD


Everything You Need to Know about the Spleen in Less than an Hour
Emily M. Webb, MD


Primary Retroperitoneal Masses: An Approach to Diagnosis
Emily M. Webb, MD

Abdominal and Thoracic

Acute Aortic Syndrome
Travis S. Henry, MD


Imaging of Pleural Disease
Travis S. Henry, MD


Mediastinal Masses
Travis S. Henry, MD


How to Handle Thoracic Incidentalomas
Kimberly G. Kallianos, MD


Look at the Heart: Cardiac Findings on Non-gated CT
Kimberly G. Kallianos, MD


Update on Pulmonary Embolism
Kimberly G. Kallianos, MD


Acute Abdominal Pain
Emily M. Webb, MD


Interesting Cases in the Abdomen and Pelvis
Emily M. Webb, MD

Thoracic and Pulmonary

Bronchiectasis: An Imaging Approach
Travis S. Henry, MD


Introduction to HRCT
Travis S. Henry, MD


Lateral Chest Radiograph
Travis S. Henry, MD


Lung Nodules: What Do I Ignore, and What Do I Further Explore?
Travis S. Henry, MD


Small Airways Disease
Travis S. Henry, MD


Challenging CXR Cases
Kimberly G. Kallianos, MD


Confidently Diagnosing Lung Cancer
Kimberly G. Kallianos, MD


Pulmonary Infections
Kimberly G. Kallianos, MD

Faculty

Course Chair

Lori M. Strachowski, MD

Professor of Radiology and of Obstetrics,

Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences

UCSF Faculty

Travis S. Henry, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology

Thomas A. Hope, MD

Associate Professor of Radiology

Kimberly G. Kallianos, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology

Michael A. Ohliger, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Radiology

Emily M. Webb, MD

Professor of Clinical Radiology

Faculty Disclosure

The following faculty speaker(s) has disclosed a financial interest, arrangement or affiliation with the following commercial companies (which may provide products or services relating to his/her presentations).

  • Thomas Hope, MD is a consultant for and receives grant support from GE Healthcare.

All conflicts of interest have been resolved in accordance with the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support.

Accreditation

Accreditation

The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation

UCSF designates this enduring material for a maximum of 22.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.™ Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 

The total credits are inclusive of 12.25 in CT, 5.5 in MR, and 3.75 in Ultrasound.

 

Series Release: April 1, 2019
Series Expiration: March 31, 2022 (deadline to register for credit)

 

CME credit is obtained upon successful completion of an activity post-test and evaluation. CME Credit registration forms must be submitted prior to series expiration date.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will know how to:

  • Diagnose common causes of acute pelvic pain in non-pregnant women
  • Recognize the appearance of ectopic pregnancy
  • Utilize ultrasound to identify findings suggestive and definitive of pregnancy failure in the first trimester
  • Differentiate common solitary liver masses
  • Describe the proper management of a renal incidentaloma
  • Evaluate the small and large bowel in patients with abdominal pain
  • Diagnose common and atypical pancreatic masses
  • Apply updated guidelines for the diagnosis and management of lung nodules and lung cancer
  • Recognize typical and atypical appearance of thoracic emergencies including pulmonary embolism and acute aortic syndromes
  • Differentiate pathologic conditions from benign incidentalomas and mimics in the lungs, heart and mediastinum
  • Apply standard terminology to improve description and classification of interstitial lung disease, small airways disease and bronchiectasis on HCRT

Intended Audience

This educational activity was designed for radiologists and other medical professionals who would benefit from a greater understanding of the interpretation of abdominal and thoracic images.

Quick Facts

Provider: University of California San Francisco

Course Director:

Lori M. Strachowski, MD

Professor of Radiology and of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences

Credits: Earn a maximum of 22.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

 

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