Advanced Imaging of Sports Related Joint Injuries 2015

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Advanced Imaging of Sports Related Joint Injuries

NYU School of Medicine Clinical Update

A comprehensive clinical update covering advanced imaging of joints with emphasis on sports related injuries.

A Clinical Update Focused on Sports Related Injuries

This course will improve your knowledge across the full spectrum of musculoskeletal imaging with special emphasis on sports related injuries. Instructional videos are organized by body part with reviews of relevant anatomy. Orthopedists and radiologists discuss arthroscopic procedures and sports related pathology covering all the major joints, common sports injuries and more. Additional topics outside the realm of sports related pathology include imaging of soft tissue and bone tumors, proper technique for tumor biopsy and MR imaging of rheumatoid arthritis. The program will help you to better:

  • Modify imaging techniques and protocols for musculoskeletal MRI including: hip, knee, shoulder and foot for improved therapeutic decision making.
  • Describe ultrasound guided interventional procedures, including sterile technique, contraindications to percutaneous procedures and appropriate doses of steroids.
  • Evaluate the latest technology, focusing on magnetic resonance and the increasing importance of ultrasound in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal diseases.
  • Describe safety factors as they pertain to the use of high field MRI in musculoskeletal imaging.
TOPICS/SPEAKERS

Shoulder Imaging

  • Important Anatomy of the Shoulder – Donald L. Resnick, MD
  • MR Imaging of the Rotator Cuff: Pearls and Pitfalls – Donald L. Resnick, MD
  • Superior Labrum: Anatomy, Variants & Pathology: How Do I Tell the Difference? – Donald L. Resnick, MD
  • Arthrsocopy with MR Correlation – Laith Jazrawi, MD; Soterios Gyftopoulos, MD
  • MR Imaging of Shoulder Instability – Jenny T. Bencardino, MD
  • Imaging of the Post-Operative Shoulder – Lawrence M. White, MD
  • How to Incorporate Diagnostic and Interventional US into Your Practice – Ronald S. Adler, PhD, MD

Rapid Fire: Shoulder

  • Biceps Pulley Lesions-Nuts and Bolts – Michael P. Recht, MD
  • AC Joint Pathology – Michael J. Tuite, MD
  • Frozen Shoulder – Gregory I. Chang, MD
  • Pec Tears – Luis S. Beltran, MD

Elbow & Wrist

  • Biceps & Triceps – Lynne S. Steinbach, MD
  • The Elbow in the Throwing Athlete – Leon D. Rybak, MD
  • Imaging of the Intrinsic Wrist Ligaments and TFCC – Catherine N. Petchprapa, MD
  • Finger Imaging: When and How? – Catherine N. Petchprapa, MD
  • Pediatric/Adolescent Sports Injuries of the Elbow and Shoulder – Zehava Sadka Rosenberg, MD

Rapid Fire: Elbow & Wrist

  • Panners vs. OCD of Capitellum – Gregory I. Chang, MD
  • Intersection Syndromes of the Wrist and Forearm – Lynne S. Steinbach, MD
  • Gamekeeper’s Thumb – Laura W. Bancroft, MD
  • Tennis Elbow – Luis S. Beltran, MD
  • Therapeutic Interventions – Gina A. Ciavarra, MD
  • Interesting Elbow & Wrist Cases – Michael B. Mechlin, MD

Knee Imaging

  • Imaging the Menisci: Pearls and Pitfalls – William E. Palmer, MD
  • Combined Ligament Injuries in Athletes – David A. Rubin, MD
  • Extensor Mechanism – Luis S. Beltran, MD
  • Post-Op Knee Menisci and Ligaments – Lawrence M. White, MD
  • Live Arthroscopy with MR Correlation – Eric J. Strauss, MD; Soterios Gyftopoulos, MD
  • Cartilage Imaging: State of the Art – Michael P. Recht, MD

Rapid Fire: Knee

  • ITB Syndrome – William E. Palmer, MD
  • Fat Pad Impingement Syndromes – Jenny N. Bencardino, MD
  • Cysts and Bursae Around the Knee – Soterios Gyftopoulos, MD
  • Advanced Imaging Techniques in MSK: The Need for Speed – Michael P. Recht, MD
  • Interesting Knee Cases – Christopher Burke, MD

Potpourri

  • Soft Tissue Tumors: Can We Tell Them Apart – Leon D. Rybak, MD
  • Image Guided Tumor Biopsy: Tips and Tricks – Leon D. Rybak, MD
  • Bone Tumors: What Do I Need To Know – Laura W. Bancroft, MD
  • The Role of MR Imaging in Rheumatoid Arthritis – David A. Rubin, MD
  • Imaging of Stress Fractures – Mini N. Pathria, MD

Hip

  • Imaging FAI: How To Do It and What Do You See? – William E. Palmer, MD
  • Athletic Pubalgia – Mini N. Pathria, MD
  • Extraarticular Hip Imaging: Tendons and Bursae – Christine B. Chung, MD
  • MR of Bony Abnormalities About the Hip: Fractures, AVN, Etc – Michael J. Tuite, MD

Rapid Fire: Hip

  • Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome – Soterios Gyftopoulos, MD
  • SI Joints and Sacrum – Christine B. Chung, MD
  • Pyriformis and Ischiofemoral Syndromes – Gina A. Ciavarra, MD

Ankle & Foot

  • Ankle Tendon Sport Injuries: What Do They Look Like and How Should We Image Them? – Michael J. Tuite, MD
  • Ankle Sprains: The Highs and Lows – Lawrence M. White, MD
  • Advanced Imaging of Lisfranc and Spring Ligament Injuries – Zehava Sadka Rosenberg, MD
  • Ankle Impingement – Lynne S. Steinbach, MD

Rapid Fire: Foot & Ankle

  • Sinus Tarsi – Gregory I. Chang, MD
  • Metatarsalgia – Gregory I. Chang, MD
  • Morton’s Neuroma – Renata La Rocca Vieira, MD
  • Interesting Foot & Ankle Cases – Renata La Rocca Vieira, MD

Muscles and Nerves

  • Muscle and Nerves: What I Need to Know – Mini N. Pathria, MD
  • Using MRI to Help Prognosticate Sports-Related Muscle Injuries – David A. Rubin, MD
  • Neuropathies of Upper Extremity – Christine B. Chung, MD
  • Neuropathies of Lower Extremity – Jenny T. Bencardino, MD
  • Percutaneous Treatment of Muscle and Nerve: When and How – Ronald S. Adler, PhD, MD

Learning Objectives

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

  • Modify imaging techniques and protocols for musculoskeletal MRI including: hip, knee, shoulder and foot for improved therapeutic decision making
  • Describe ultrasound guided interventional procedures, including sterile technique, contraindications to percutaneous procedures and appropriate doses of steroids
  • Evaluate the latest technology, focusing on magnetic resonance and the increasing importance of ultrasound in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal diseases
  • Describe safety factors as they pertain to the use of high field MRI in musculoskeletal imaging

Intended Audience

The target audience for this program will be radiologists, both in academic and private practice, seeking to increase their skills in musculoskeletal radiology, as well as orthopedists and physical medicine and rehabilitation practitioners interested in learning how imaging can best be incorporated into their practice. This course is also appropriate for trainees in these areas.

Accreditation

The NYU Post-Graduate Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Date of Original Release: August 1, 2015

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