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UCSF Emergency and Trauma Imaging

Anticipated Release Date: Dec. 16, 2021

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Convenient and Comprehensive Radiology CME

In UCSF Emergency and Trauma Imaging, speakers deliver case-based lectures that highlight imaging features across the major organ systems, as well as the latest imaging techniques increasingly used in the emergency/trauma setting: standard CT, MR, and US, along with dual energy CT, quantitative diffusion imaging, and combined MR/XR imaging for acute stroke care.

 

This continuing medical education course — a collaborative effort between UCSF Medical Center and Zuckerberg SF General Hospital and Trauma Center — is available online so you can earn CME credits whenever, wherever. It will help you to better:

  • Implement the latest imaging protocols for rapid assessment of complex acute polytrauma patients
  • Distinguish between common anatomic variants, injury mimics, and common thoracic vascular emergencies
  • Identify key imaging features of the most common emergent brain, spine, head & neck, and abdominopelvic pathologies
  • Differentiate between emergent and non-emergent indications for interventional radiology
  • Use search patterns to identify frequently missed musculoskeletal trauma findings

Topics / Speakers

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

Abdominal Trauma 1: Hemodynamic Compromise - Alexander V. Rybkin, MD

Abdominal Trauma 2: Solid Organ Injury - Alexander V. Rybkin, MD

Bowel and Mesenteric Trauma - Preethi Raghu, MD

Genitourinary Trauma - Mark D. Sugi, MD

Scrotal Emergencies - Shital Gandhi, MD, MBBS

Imaging of Postpartum Complications - Hailey H. Choi, MD

Thoracic Vascular Trauma - Brian M. Haas, MD

Pulmonary Embolism - Kimberly G. Kallianos, MD

Common Misses in MSK Trauma - Kevin C. McGill, MD, MPH

MSK Trauma Case Review - Preeti Sukerkar, MD, PhD

Role of Dual Energy CT in Emergency Imaging - Michael A. Ohliger, MD, PhD

CT Technologist Perspective: Trauma Imaging - Linda Jeung, RT and Loretta Johnson, RT

Imaging Infections of the CNS - Jared Narvid, MD

Acute Stroke Diagnosis and Management - Daniel L. Cooke, MD

Imaging of Time-Critical Neurological Emergencies - Soonmee Cha, MD

Neuro Trauma: A Neurosurgeon’s Perspective - Phiroz E. Tarapore, MD

Vascular Emergencies of the Head & Neck - Andrew Callen, MD

Acute Toxic, Anoxic and Metabolic Abnormalities of the Brain - Shital Gandhi, MD, MBBS

Traumatic Brain Injury - Esther L. Yuh, MD, PhD

Trauma Surgery Perspective: Solid Organ and Pelvic Fracture Management - Deborah M. Stein, MD, MPH

Role of IR in a Trauma Center - Mark W. Wilson, MD

Splenic Trauma and Intervention - Mark W. Wilson, MD

Pelvic Trauma and Intervention - Miles B. Conrad, MD, MPH

Biopsies and Drainages from Hell - Miles B. Conrad, MD, MPH

Role of Race and Bias Elements in the IR Trauma Setting - Vishal S. Kumar, MD, FSIR

What is an IR Emergency (and What is it Not?) - Sujal M. Nanavati, MD

Trauma from Diagnosis to Discharge - Eugene J. Huo, MD

Radiology of Ballistics Injury - John R. Dryden, MD

Emergency Patients from the Interventional Radiology NP Perspective - Ryan Sincic, NP

Faculty

(Faculty members are affiliated with UCSF Medical Center unless otherwise indicated.)

Course Co-Chairs

Soonmee Cha, MD

Professor of Radiology and Neurosurgery

Vice-Chair of Education

Director, Radiology Residency Program

Preethi Raghu, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology

Guest Faculty

Andrew Callen, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology

CU Anschutz Medical Campus

University of Colorado at Denver

Course Faculty

Hailey H. Choi, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology

Miles B. Conrad, MD, MPH

Professor of Radiology

Daniel L. Cooke, MD

Associate Professor of Radiology

John R. Dryden, MD

Clinical Fellow in Radiology

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Radiology

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Shital Gandhi, MD, MBBS

Assistant Professor of Radiology

Brian M. Haas, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology

Director of Radiology Quality & Safety

Zuckerberg SF General Hospital and Trauma Center

Eugene J. Huo, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology

Linda Jeung, RT

Radiologic Technologist

CT Charge Technologist

Zuckerberg SF General Hospital and Trauma Center

Loretta Johnson, RT

Radiologic Technologist

Interim Director of Imaging Services

Zuckerberg SF General Hospital and Trauma Center

Kimberly G. Kallianos, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology

Vishal S. Kumar, MD, FSIR

Associate Professor of Radiology

Kevin C. McGill, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Radiology

 

Sujal M. Nanavati, MD

Professor of Radiology

Jared Narvid, MD

Associate Professor of Radiology

Michael A. Ohliger, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Radiology

Alexander V. Rybkin, MD

Professor of Radiology

Ryan Sincic, NP

Nurse Practitioner in Radiology

Associate Professor of Nursing

Deborah M. Stein, MD, MPH

Professor and Chief of Surgery

Vice-Chair of Trauma and Critical Care Surgery, UCSF

Chief of Surgery, Zuckerberg SF General Hospital and Trauma Center

Lori M. Strachowski, MD

Professor of Radiology, and of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences

Mark D. Sugi, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology

Preeti Sukerkar, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor of Radiology

Phiroz E. Tarapore, MD

Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery

Mark W. Wilson, MD

Professor and Vice-Chair of Radiology

Chief of Radiology

Zuckerberg SF General Hospital and Trauma Center

Esther L. Yuh, MD, PhD

Professor of Radiology

Accreditation

Accreditation

This activity was planned and produced in accordance with The Essential Areas, Elements and Policies of The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). 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 activity for a maximum of 12.5 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 4.5 in CT, 3.25 in MR, and 1.25 in Ultrasound.

 

Date of Original Release: December 16, 2021
Series Expiration Date: December 15, 2024
Estimated Time to Complete Activity: 12.5 hours

 

CME credit is awarded upon successful completion of a course evaluation and post-test.

 

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this CME activity, the participant will be able to:

  • Implement the latest imaging protocols and state-of-the art techniques for rapid assessment of complex acute polytrauma patients
  • Distinguish between common anatomic variants, injury mimics, and common thoracic vascular emergencies including acute aortic injury and pulmonary embolism
  • Recognize key imaging features and updated classification systems relevant to the most common emergent brain, spine and head & neck pathologies
  • Differentiate between emergent and non-emergent indications for interventional radiology consultation, and understand the role of IR in diagnosis and treatment of common medical emergencies
  • Identify the key imaging features of common abdominopelvic pathologies encountered in the emergency and trauma settings
  • Utilize search patterns to identify frequently missed musculoskeletal trauma findings

Intended Audience

This course is intended for radiologists and all medical professionals who will benefit from a greater understanding of emergency and trauma imaging.

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a CMEinfo video production

Provider: University of California, San Francisco

Course Co-Chairs:
Soonmee Cha, MD
Professor of Radiology
Director, Radiology Residency Program
Preethi Raghu, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology

Credits: Earn a maximum of 12.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

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