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Radiology Review

The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine

Radiology Review is a comprehensive review of the practical aspects of all major subspecialties of Diagnostic Radiology. Expert lecturers were chosen for their excellence as teachers, as well as their clinical expertise and insight to help you improve your performance and practice. Appropriate use of conventional imaging modalities such as plain film radiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and angiography are discussed. When appropriate, they emphasize newer important imaging modalities including PET/CT, diffusion weighted MR, multichannel CT, and virtual colonoscopy.
CREDITS Earn up to 47 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
CE RELEASE June 1, 2008
CE EXPIRE May 31, 2011
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Topics & Speakers


Richard L. Baron, MD, FACR
Professor and Chair
Department of Radiology
University of Chicago

Daniel E. Appelbaum, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Clinical Director of Nuclear Medicine
University of Chicago

  • Liver Masses: Benign or Malignant
  • Biliary Imaging
    Richard L. Baron, MD, FACR
  • Pancreatic Cancer: Detection and Staging
  • Pancreatitis
  • Body MR: A Practical Approach
    Frank H. Miller, MD
    Professor of Radiology
    Director of Body Imaging
    Northwestern University
  • Genitourinary Upper
  • Genitourinary Lower
    David D. Casalino, MD
    Associate Professor of Radiology
    Chief, Genitourinary Radiology
    Northwestern University
  • Genitourinary Unknowns
    Kirti Kulkarni, MD
    Radiology Fellow
  • Bone Scintigraphy
  • PET and PET/CT
    Daniel E. Appelbaum, MD
  • Nuclear Medicine & PET/CT Unknowns
    Daniel E. Appelbaum, MD
    Sundeep Nayak, MD
  • Head and Neck
  • Thorax
  • Abdomen and Pelvis
  • Retroperitoneum
    Sundeep Nayak, MD
    Associate Professor of Neuroradiology
    and Nuclear Medicine
    University of California, San Francisco
    Radiologist, Bay Imaging Consultants
  • CNS Infections
    Jordan Rosenblum, MD
    Associate Professor of Radiology
    Section Chief, Neuroradiology
  • Demyelinating Disease of the Brain
  • Imaging of Acute Stroke
    and Cerebral Ischemia
  • MR Angiography: Techniques & Applications
  • The Temporal Bone: Anatomy and Pathology
    John R. Hesselink, MD, FACR
    Professor of Radiology and Neurosciences
    Chief of Neuroradiology
    University of California, San Diego
    School of Medicine
  • CNS Trauma and Hemorrhage
  • Degenerative Diseases of the Spine
  • Evaluation of the Supra and Infrahyoid Neck
  • Spinal Tumors
  • Head and Neck Unknowns
  • Neuroradiology Unknowns
    Sundeep Nayak, MD
  • Brain Tumors
  • Advanced Imaging: MRS, fMRI, Diffusion
    Tensor, and Susceptibility
  • Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis:
  • Current Concepts
    Vivek Sehgal, MD
    Associate Professor of Radiology
  • Pediatric Chest Imaging
    Mario Zaritzky, MD
    Assistant Professor of Radiology
  • Pediatric Gastrointestinal
  • Pediatric Musculoskeletal
    David K. Yousefzadeh, MD
    Professor of Radiology, Pediatrics
    and Surgery
  • Pediatric Airway
  • Pediatric Genitourinary
  • Pediatric Unknowns
    Kate Feinstein, MD, FACR
    Associate Professor of Radiology
    and Surgery
    Section Chief, Pediatric Radiology
  • Vascular Imaging
    Brian Funaki, MD
    Associate Professor of Radiology
    Section Chief, Interventional Radiology
  • Vascular Interventions
    Jonathan Lorenz, MD

    Associate Professor of Radiology
  • Non-Vascular Interventions
    Thuong Van Ha, MD
    Assistant Professor of Radiology
  • Interventional Unknowns
    Sidney Regalado, MD
    Assistant Professor of Radiology
  • Calcificology 101: A practical Approach to
    Determining whether Calcifications should
    be Biopsied, Followed, or Ignored
  • Massology 101:
    A Comprehensive Review: When to Hold,
    When to Fold, and When to be Bold
    G.W. Eklund, MD, FACR
    Clinical Professor of Radiology at
    Oregon Health Sciences University
    Portland, Oregon
    Medical College of Wisconsin
    MilwaukeeWisconsin, and
    University of Illinois Peoria
    Medical Director, Pacific Breast Center
    Beaverton, Oregon
  • Ultrasonography 101: The Breast
  • Imager’s (second) Best Friend
  • Mammography: Case Reviews
    Robert A. Schmidt, MD
    Professor of Radiology
    Director, Breast Imaging Clinical Research
  • Magnetometry 101:
    State of the Art in Breast MRI
    Gillian M. Newstead, MD, FACR
    Professor of Radiology
    Director of Clinical Breast Imaging
  • MR Imaging of the Foot and Ankle
  • MR Imaging of the Hip
  • MR Imaging of the Knee
  • Musculoskeletal Unknowns
    G. Scott Stacy, MD
    Associate Professor of Radiology
    Section Chief, Musculoskeletal Radiology
  • MR Imaging of the Shoulder
  • Bone Tumors
  • Metabolic Bone Disease
  • Imaging Arthritis
    Larry B. Dixon, MD
    Assistant Professor of Radiology
  • State of the Art in
  • Abdominal Multichannel CT
  • Upper GI
    Michael Vannier, MD, FACR
    Professor of Radiology
    Director of Clinical Research
  • Small Bowel: Conventional
    and Novel Techniques
  • MR of the Female Pelvis
    Aytekin Oto, MD
    Associate Professor of Radiology
  • Lower GI
  • Virtual Colonoscopy
    Abraham H. Dachman, MD, FACR
    Professor of Radiology
  • Abdominal Ultrasound:
    Overview and Update
    David Paushter, MD, FACR
    Associate Professor and Vice Chairman
    Department of Radiology
  • GI Unknowns
    Steven Zangan, MD

    Assistant Professor of Radiology
  • Pulmonary Nodules and Masses
  • Pitfalls in Portable Chest Radiography
  • Helical CT and Pulmonary Embolism
  • Chest Unknowns
    Heber MacMahon, MD
    Professor of Radiology
    Section Chief, Thoracic Radiology
  • Interstitial Disease
    Steven Montner, MD
    Associate Professor of Radiology
  • Mediastinum
    Philip Caligiuri, MD
    Clinical Associate of Radiology
  • Respiratory Infections
    Alexandra Funaki, DO
    Clinical Associate of Radiology
  • Re-engineering Radiology in
    an Electronic World: Radiologist
    as Value Innovator
  • Optimizing Radiologist
  • Communication: Leveraging
    Information Technology
    Paul Chang, MD
    Professor and Vice-Chairman,
    Radiology Informatics
    Medical Director, Pathology Informatics
    Medical Director, Enterprise Imaging
  • Obstetrical Ultrasound
  • Obstetrical Ultrasound  Unknowns
    David N. Rabin, MD
    Assistant Professor of Radiology
    Northwestern University
  • Radiology of Congenital Heart Disease
  • Radiology of Acquired Heart Disease
  • Advanced Imaging: Cardiac CT,
    Coronary CT Angiography, and Cardiac MR
  • Cardiac Unknowns
    Martin J. Lipton, MD, FACR, FACC
    Professor of Radiology and Medicine


Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this Radiology Review program, participants should be able to:
  • Better identify subspecialty areas of radiology, including the brain, spine, head and neck, chest, bone, cardiovascular, genitourinary, gastrointestinal, pediatric, mammography, nuclear medicine, oncology, general vascular, and interventional radiology
  • Incorporate into their practice clinically important modalities such as diffusion weighted and cardiac MR, virtual colonoscopy, PET/CT, and multichannel CT
  • Describe the most effective way to image patients with a variety of disease entities
  • Discuss the strengths and limitations of different diagnostic imaging procedures


Accreditation Statement

The University of Chicago Pritzker School ofMedicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuingmedical education for physicians.

Credit Designation

The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 47 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Release date: : June 1, 2008
Credits expire: May 31, 2011
A $50 processing fee must accompany the completed examination application. For questions related to CME credit, please contact The University of Chicago Continuing Medical Education Office at 773-702-1056.

Faculty Disclosure

It is the policy of the University of Chicago to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all its individually sponsored or jointly sponsored educational programs. All individuals who are in a position to control the content of this educational activity are required to disclose all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest related to the subject matter of the educational activity. Mechanisms to ensure that presentations are free from commercial bias are in place. Faculty will also disclose any off-label and/or investigational use of pharmaceuticals or instruments in their presentation. As part of the new ACCME Standards, presentations of those with reported potential conflicts will be reviewed prior to presentation and speakers will be asked to reference the best available evidence in their presentations. Participants will be asked to evaluate the objectivity of each presentation. The full disclosure of faculty is listed in the syllabus.