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Pediatric Radiology — Clinical and Radiology Perspectives

The Society for Pediatric Radiology

The Society for Pediatric Radiology's Pediatric Radiology – Clinical and Radiology Perspectives program is targeted to the pediatric and general radiologist in clinical practice who wish to enhance their knowledge in pediatric radiology as it relates to everyday practice. This activity is available on DVD and MP4 formats to fit your schedule and preparation preference.


 
CREDITS Earn up to 29 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
CE RELEASE July 15, 2010
CE EXPIRE July 14, 2013
 
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Description


Pediatric Radiology — Clinical and Radiology Perspectives provides pediatric and general radiologists with the breadth and depth of pediatric radiology as it is practiced today.
 
 

Topics & Speakers


LIVER IMAGING
  • MRI of the Liver: “How to Do It”
    Shreyas S. Vasanawala, MD, PhD
  • Cross-Sectional Imaging of Liver Pathology
    Kathleen H. Emery, MD
  • Imaging of the Transplant Liver
    Paul S. Babyn, MD
  • IR of the Liver
    Philip R. John, MBChB, FRCR
  • Question and Answer
ABDOMEN SESSION
  • Short Gut Syndrome
    Mark Puder, MD, PhD
  • Ultrasound Imaging of the Bowel
    Kassa Darge, MD, PhD
MUSCULOSKELETAL: THE LARGE JOINTS
  • MRI of the Knee: Key Points in the Pediatric Population
    Peter J. Strouse, MD
  • MRI of the Shoulder: Overuse Injuries
    Kelley W. Marshall, MD
  • MRI of the Hip
    Tal Laor, MD
  • Femoral-Acetabular Impingement: Treatment Options and Results
    Michael B. Millis, MD
MUSCULOSKELETAL: CLINICAL, IMAGING, AND IR CHALLENGES
  • Neurocutaneous Syndromes: The Pediatrician’s Challenges
    Robert Listernick, MD
  • Evaluation of Pediatric Musculoskeletal Lesions
    Mary R. Wyers, MD
  • IR Challenges in the MSK System
    Neil D. Johnson, MBBS
  • Question and Answer
3D WORKSHOP – MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING
  • Advanced Imaging Techniques for the Musculoskeletal System: From Fetal MRI to the Post-Operative Spine
    Archana Malik, MD
  • Dual Energy Applications for Pediatric Musculoskeletal CT
    Paul S. Babyn, MD
  • Imaging With Orthopedic Hardware: How I Optimize My 3D CT and MRI Musculoskeletal Protocols
    John D. MacKenzie, MD, MS
  • Computer Aided Detection for Pediatric Musculoskeletal Disorders: Are We Ready?
    Rick R. van Rijn, MD, PhD
  • Forensic CT and MRI: Workstation Applications for the Musculoskeletal System and Beyond
    Jeffrey C. Hellinger, MD
  • Discussion
MUSCULOSKELETAL
  • Upper Extremity Imaging
    Donald S. Bae, MD
NEUROIMAGING
  • Sensorineural Hearing Loss: A Medical and Surgical Perspective
    Nancy M. Young, MD
  • Temporal Bone Imaging: Sensory Neural Hearing Loss and Cochlear Implants
    Francine M. Kim, MD
  • C-spine Trauma
    Joseph J. Junewick, MD
  • Head and Neck Neoplasms in Children
    Caroline D. Robson, MD
  • Question and Answer
NEUROIMAGING SESSION
  • Malformations of the Fetal Brain: A Clinical and Genetic Overview
    Omar Khwaja, MD, PhD
  • Fetal MRI: Current Use, Challenges, and Future Potential
    P. Ellen Grant, MD
NEURORADIOLOGY SESSION – PEDIATRIC NEURO-ONCOLOGY
  • Epoxyeicosatrienoic Acids Control Angiogenesis-dependent Regeneration, Cancer, and Metastasis
    Dipak Panigrahy, MD
  • Imaging of Pediatric Brain Tumors: A Report from the PBTC Neuroimaging Center
    Tina Young Poussaint, MD
  • MR Spectroscopy of Pediatric Brain Tumors
    Stefan Blüml, PhD
NEURORADIOLOGY SESSION – NEONATAL BRAIN INJURY
  • Perfusion MR (ASL) and NIRS Imaging of Neonatal Brain Injury
    P. Ellen Grant, MD
  • MR Spectroscopy and DTI of Neonatal Brain Injury
    Ashok Panigrahy, MD
  • Panel Discussion
FETAL SESSION
  • Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
    Jay M. Wilson, MD
  • Ethical Issues in Prenatal Imaging
    Stephen D. Brown, MD
CARDIOVASCULAR SESSION
  • Fetal Cardiac Interventions
    Audrey C. Marshall, MD
  • Neonatal Cardiac Imaging
    Rajesh Krishnamurthy, MD
TETRALOGY OF FALLOT
  • Imaging of Tetralogy
    Laureen M. Sena, MD
  • Surgical Treatment of Tetralogy
    Emile A. Bacha, MD
  • Management of Tetralogy From Birth Through Adulthood
    Tal Geva, MD
  • Question and Answer
CARDIAC SESSION
  • Practical Tips for MR Imaging of Congenital Heart Disease Including Protocols and Imaging Planes
    Robert J. Fleck, MD
  • Overview of CHD Surgical Repairs and Complications
    S. Bruce Greenberg, MD
  • Overview of Segmental Approach to CHD
    Rajesh Krishnamurthy, MD
3D WORKSHOP – CARDIOTHORACIC IMAGING
  • Advanced Post-Processing Techniques
    Catherine M. Owens, MD
  • Pediatric Central Airway MDCT Imaging: A Practical Guide to 2D and 3D Evaluation
    Edward Y. Lee, MD, MPH
  • Computer Aided Detection for Pediatric Thoracic Disorders: What Would Dr. Caffey Think?
    Beverley Newman, MD, FACR
  • Dynamic Evaluation of Thoracic Insufficiency Syndrome: A Novel Application for the Pediatric Workstation
    Monica S. Epelman, MD
  • Discussion
INTERVENTIONAL SESSION
  • Transplant Interventions
    N. Jack Vo, MD
  • Pediatric Liver Masses Diagnosis and Treatment
    Patricia E. Burrows, MD
  • C-arm Cone Beam CT: Pediatric IR Applications
    John M. Racadio, MD
  • Combined IR/Surgery Cases: Sleeping With the Enemy or a Match Made in Heaven?
    Neil D. Johnson, MBBS
  • Pediatric IR Practice: Rounds, Clinic, and Nurse Coordinator
    Charles A. James, MD, FACR
  • Pediatric IR Practice: Physician Extender in a Solo Practice
    Francis E. Marshalleck, MD
  • Pediatric IR Practice: How to Successfully Negotiate for Equipment, Space, and Staff
    William E. Shiels II, DO
  • Current Advances in Minimally Invasive Pediatric Surgery
    Bradley C. Linden, MD
  • Radiation Safety — Step Lightly
    John M. Racadio, MD
PEDIATRIC NUCLEAR MEDICINE: IMPROVE YOUR DIAGNOSTIC ACUMEN – PART 1: Overview of Conventional Nuclear Imaging Studies
  • The Pediatric Bone Scan
    Eglal Shalaby-Rana, MD
  • Gastrointestinal Scintigraphy in Children
    Stephanie E. Spottswood, MD, MSPH
  • Pediatric Genitourinary Scintigraphy: Ongoing Challenges
    Larry A. Binkovitz, MD
  • A Primer of Pediatric Nuclear Cardiology
    Lisa J. States, MD
  • Less Commonly Performed Pediatric Nuclear Medicine Procedures
    Marguerite T. Parisi, MD, MSEd
PEDIATRIC NUCLEAR MEDICINE: IMPROVE YOUR DIAGNOSTIC ACUMEN – PART 2: A Primer of Hybrid Imaging
  • SPECT/CT
    Michael J. Gelfand, MD
  • Pediatric PET/CT: Patient Preparation and Imaging Findings That Mimic Disease
    Marla B. K. Sammer, MD
  • FDG-PET/CT in Lymphoma
    Helen R. Nadel, MD, FRCPC
  • FDG-PET/CT in Pediatric Sarcomas
    M. Beth McCarville, MD
  • FDG-PET/CT and I-123 MIBG Imaging in Neuroblastoma
    Susan E. Sharp, MD
  • FDG-PET CT in Some Uncommon Tumors and Proliferative Diseases
    Michael J. Gelfand, MD
  • Tumors and Tremors: PET/CT in Pediatric Brain Imaging
    Ruth Lim, MD
RADIOLOGISTS IN THE WORKPLACE – AN INTERACTIVE SESSION
  • The Pediatric Radiologist in Academics
    George A. Taylor, MD
  • The Pediatric Radiologist in Private Practice
    Susan Palasis, MD
  • Issues for Women in Pediatric Radiology
    M. Ines Boechat, MD, FACR
  • The Newly Graduated Pediatric Radiologist
    Sarah S. Milla, MD
  • The Pediatric Radiologist Approaching Retirement
    Thomas L. Slovis, MD, FACR

 
 

Learning Objectives


After viewing this program, participants should be better able to:
  • Summarize current information on state-of-the-art pediatric imaging and the practice of pediatric radiology
  • Describe new technologies for pediatric imaging such as cone beam CT/ interventional procedure guidance, MR urography, T2-W PROP as related to improved image quality in younger children, Cardiac MRI, especially related to congenital heart disease, 3D and advanced workstation use and capabilities, and be able to understand and apply this knowledge and skills appropriately and successfully
  • Review common problems facing pediatric radiologists and possible solutions, including PACS systems, teleradiology equipment and technology, patient safety initiatives and tracking, and organization of interventional radiology and vascular access services
  • Evaluate and apply organizational principles and techniques of minimizing radiation exposure during diagnostic imaging of children
  • Review the latest approaches to pediatric imaging and correlate with radiation reduction, procedure safety, and clinical outcomes
  • Describe new advances in research and imaging
  • Review the broad scope of pediatric radiology as it relates to everyday practice

 
 

Accreditation Statement


This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the American Roentgen Ray Society and The Society for Pediatric Radiology.

The American Roentgen Ray Society is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.


 
 

Designation Statement


The American Roentgen Ray Society designates this enduring material for a maximum of 29 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The American Roentgen Ray Society is a strategic partner of the American College of Radiology.

Date of Original Release: July 15, 2010
Date Credits Expire: July 14, 2013

Credit is obtained upon successful completion of an activity evaluation, as well as payment of a $25 processing fee for non-SPR members. SPR members will receive credit with remittance of the evaluation as a benefit of membership.

SOCIETY OF PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY MEMBERS: Take 25% off the price of the program. Discount does not apply to shipping and handling charges. Please call 1-800-284-8433 to receive the discount.


 
 

Disclosure Statement


As a joint sponsor of these CME activities, The Society for Pediatric Radiology must ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in its program. Full disclosure of the Postgraduate Course and Workshop presenters are listed in the syllabus.