Penn Radiology – Emergency Imaging – Acute Diagnoses 2019


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Penn Radiology – Emergency Imaging – Acute Diagnoses 2019

Penn Radiology Emergency Imaging: Acute Diagnoses is designed to address the most commonly seen disorders occurring in emergent circumstances.  An elite faculty will provide participants with practical lessons to enhance image acquisition and interpretation skills for a wide range of clinical presentations.  Selected topics in neuroradiology, abdominal, musculoskeletal, chest and pediatric imaging are presented to ensure confident emergency interpretations, so the practitioner is never out of their comfort zone.

Topics: Pulmonary embolism, imaging in the ICU, thoracic trauma, imaging “found down” patients, facial injuries, acute RUQ pain, abdominal/pelvic trauma, musculoskeletal infections, muscle injuries, pediatric acute abdomen, child abuse and much more!

Session 1 – Cardiothoracic

Pulmonary Embolism: Old Questions and New Insights Arun C. Nachiappan, MD
Pulmonary Infections: Where on Earth? Arun C. Nachiappan, MD
Imaging in the ICU: Stay Up-To-Date and Beware of Snares Arun C. Nachiappan, MD
Imaging of Thoracic Trauma: Tips and Traps Arun C. Nachiappan, MD
Shortness Of Breath: When It Is Not Pneumonia! Arun C. Nachiappan, MD
Thoracic Oncologic Imaging and Novel Therapies: A Practical Guide Arun C. Nachiappan, MD
Questions & Answers

Session 2 -Neuro

Neuroimaging the Found Down Patient Suyash Mohan, MD
Brain Pain: Core CNS Infections Suyash Mohan, MD
Tumor is the Rumor: ‘WHO’ Updated It and Why? Suyash Mohan, MD
Facial Injuries: Simplified Approach to a Complex Real Estate Suyash Mohan, MD
Bugs and Thugs of the Neck: Non-traumatic ENT Emergencies Suyash Mohan, MD

Session 3 – Abdomen & Pelvis

Imaging ‘itis’ Part 1: The Genitourinary Tract Parvati Ramchandani, MD, FACR
Diagnostic Challenges in the Evaluation of Acute RUQ Pain Jill E. Langer, MD
Imaging ‘itis’ Part 2: The Gastrointestinal Tract Parvati Ramchandani, MD, FACR
Acute Scrotal Pain: Pearls and Pitfalls Jill E. Langer, MD
Imaging the Painful Belly: GU and GI Colic Parvati Ramchandani, MD, FACR
Abdominal and Pelvic Trauma: Tips and Traps Parvati Ramchandani, MD, FACR
After Hours Radiology: A Bahamian Perspective Muneesh Sharma, MD
Questions & Answers

Session 4 – MSK

The Strange Looking Fracture: Pathologic, Insufficiency and Fatigue Injuries Viviane Khoury, MD
Backbone of Radiology: Degenerative Spine Disease and its ‘Mimics’ Viviane Khoury, MD
Radiography and Extremity Trauma: Know your Aunt Minnies! Viviane Khoury, MD
Imaging of Musculoskeletal Infections Viviane Khoury, MD
MRI of Skeletal Muscle: Acute and Chronic Muscle Injuries Viviane Khoury, MD
Avoiding ‘Mis-steps’ in Knee and Shoulder Injuries Viviane Khoury, MD
Questions & Answers

Session 5 – Pediatric

Refusal to Bear Weight: Identifying the Elusive Cause Through Complementary Imaging Janet R. Reid, MD, FRCPC
Why is this Child Tachypneic and How Can I Sort it Out? Janet R. Reid, MD, FRCPC
The Dreaded Dilemma of Pediatric Marrow: When to Be Concerned Janet R. Reid, MD, FRCPC
When You Should Suspect Child Abuse and What To Do Next Janet R. Reid, MD, FRCPC
After Hours Pediatric Oncologic Imaging Janet R. Reid, MD, FRCPC
Pediatric Acute Abdomen: A Case-Based Approach Janet R. Reid, MD, FRCPC
Questions & Answers

Release Date: 7/15/19
CME Expiration: 7/14/22

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