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Pediatric Radiology (2013)

The Society for Pediatric Radiology

At the completion of the Pediatric Radiology program, participants will be able to describe and apply new technologies for pediatric imaging, and summarize the most current information on state-of-the-art pediatric imaging and the practice of pediatric radiology. This activity is now available on DVD and MP4 formats to fit your schedule and preparation preference.

If you participated in the live activity of an SPR program listed below, please note that you are not eligible to receive credit for the enduring (DVD/online) version of the activity. If there are questions regarding this, please contact the SPR Office at spr@acr.org.


 
CREDITS Earn up to 27 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
CE RELEASE May 14, 2013
CE EXPIRE May 14, 2016
 
Item No Media (Can't decide on a format?) Price Purchase
RAV928E1
ONLINE - VIDEO STREAM AND MP4: Includes Streaming Video online, PDF syllabus, and CME information. You will also receive 3 MP4 discs.
$895.00
RAV928DD
Video - DVD & MP4: Includes 16 DVDs and 3 MP4 digital discs with carrying case, PDF syllabus and CME information.
$895.00
RAV928EV
Combo ONLINE/VIDEO Package: Best Value Includes Streaming Video online, 16 DVDs/3 MP4s with carrying case, PDF syllabus, and CME information.
$1,095.00
RAV928ZW
Additional User Package: Includes 1 PDF syllabus and CME information (initial video purchase required).
$250.00
 
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Intended Audience


The activity was planned for pediatric radiologists and general radiologists who care for the pediatric patient.
 
 

Topics & Speakers


CHEST
  • Digital Radiography
    Robert MacDougall, MSc
  • Imaging of Acquired Thoracic
    Cardiovascular Diseases

    Beverley Newman, MD, FACR
  • Questions and Answers
NEURORADIOLOGY
  • Optimizing Head US Imaging
    Lisa H. Lowe, MD, FAAP
  • Seizure Imaging
    Unni K. Udayasankar, MD
  • Advances in Brain Tumor Imaging
    Ashok Panigrahy, MD
  • Interesting Cases
    Yutaka Sato, MD, PhD
GASTROINTESTINAL
  • Abdominal Applications of DWI
    Rutger A.J. Nievelstein, MD
  • Update on MR Contrast Agents
    and Applications

    Shreyas S. Vasanawala, MD, PhD
  • Rex Shunt Interventions
    James S. Donaldson, MD
  • Questions and Answers
GENITOURINARY
  • Update on Contrast Material Use in Children
    Jonathan R. Dillman, MD
  • Update on UTI Imaging Assessment:
    ACR and AAP Guidelines

    Boaz Karmazyn, MD
  • Advances in Pediatric Urosonography
    Kassa Darge, MD, PhD
  • Interesting Cases
    D. Gregory Bates, MD
MUSCULOSKELETAL
  • Advanced Imaging of Arthritis
    Andrea S. Doria, MD
  • Imaging of Osteochondral Lesions
    J. Herman Kan, MD
  • Interesting Cases
    Mary B. Wyers, MD
  • Questions and Answers
ONCOLOGY IMAGING
  • Late Effects of Cancer Treatment
    Kirsten K. Ness, PhD
  • Pre and Post-operative Imaging of
    Limb Salvage Therapy

    Laura M. Fayad, MD
  • Detection of CNS Metastases
    Noah Sabin, MD, JD
  • PET-MR: Radiation Reduction and More
    Geetika Khanna, MD
  • Questions and Answers
SCIENTIFIC SESSION - ONCOLOGY &
NUCLEAR MEDICINE
  • Whole Body MR Techniques for
    Tumor Staging

    Shreyas S. Vasanwala, MD, PhD
MUSCULOSKELETAL ULTRASOUND
  • US of Large Joints of the Upper Extremity
    Mahesh M. Thapa, MD
  • Troubleshooting Pediatric Musculoskeletal
    Trauma with Ultrasound

    Delma Y. Jarrett, MD
THORACIC IMAGING
  • Diaphragmatic Hernias: More than
    Just a Defect

    Dorothy I. Bulas, MD
  • Imaging of Acute Respiratory Distress in
    Infants and Children

    Mantosh S. Rattan, MD
COMPLICATIONS OF ONCOLOGIC DISEASE
  • Acute and Long-term Musculoskeletal
    Complications

    Jennifer Stimec, MD
  • Secondary Malignancies: Imaging Strategies?
    Kieran McHugh, MD
FROM GOOD TO GREAT: IMPROVING QUALITY
  • QI Programs: How We do It
    Stephan D. Voss, MD, PhD
  • Diagnostic Errors in Radiology
    Lane F. Donnelly, MD
SCIENTIFIC SESSION – NEURORADIOLOGY
  • fMRI Prematurity/Cognitive Function
    Ashok Panigrahy, MD
SCIENTIFIC SESSION – CARDIOVASCULAR
  • Imaging of Cardiomyopathies
    Laureen M. Sena, MD
SCIENTIFIC SESSION – GENITOURINARY
  • MR Urography
    Kassa Darge, MD, PhD
SCIENTIFIC SESSION – NEURORADIOLOGY
  • Effects of Anesthesia and Sedation on
    Pediatric Brain MR Imaging

    Julie H.Harreld, MD
ABDOMINAL IMAGING: OLD DILEMMAS,
NEW PARADIGMS
  • Imaging of Diffuse Liver Disease:
    A Pattern-based Approach

    Prakash M. Masand, MD
  • The Adolescent Girl with Abdominal Pain:
    Great Mimickers

    Jesse Courtier, MD
  • Back to Basics: Pitfalls in Abdominal Radiography
    Richard I. Markowitz, MD
NEURORADIOLOGY: "CROSSING THE CHIASM"
BODY AND NEURORADIOLOGY TOPICS
  • US vs. MRI for Neonatal Head and Spine Imaging
    Sumit Pruthi, MD
  • CR vs. CT for Cervical Spine Trauma
    Sarah S. Milla, MD
  • CR vs. CT vs. MRI for Shunt Imaging
    Sanjay P. Prabhu, MBBS, FRCR
CONTRAST ENHANCED ULTRASOUND
  • Contrast Ultrasound: State of the Art
    Stephanie Wilson, MD, FRCPC
  • Current Status of IV Contrast Use
    in Ultrasonography

    Harriet J. Paltiel, MD
  • Current Status of Non-intravenous Use of
    Contrast-enhanced US

    Kassa Darge, MD, PhD
  • Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound Safety and
    Potential Applications in Pediatric Oncology

    M. Beth McCarville, MD
  • Off-Label Use and CPT Codes for Contrast
    Enhanced Ultrasound

    Richard G. Barr, MD, PhD
MOLECULAR IMAGING AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE
  • Pediatric Thyroid Imaging
    Jennifer L. Williams, MD
  • Image Processing for Nuclear Medicine
    and Molecular Imaging: Bridging the Gap
    Between Advanced Technology and Clinical Practice

    Simon K. Warfield, PhD
SCIENTIFIC SESSION – FETAL
  • Exit Procedures: What a Fetal Imager Needs to Know
    Beth M. Kline-Fath, MD
MUSCULOSKELETAL
  • Juvenile Femoral head Osteonecrosis:
    LCPD vs. GLC-induced ON

    Harry K.W. Kim, MD, MS, FRCSC
SCIENTIFIC SESSION – MUSCULOSKELETAL
  • Ultrasounds of Muscle Hernia
    Michael J. Callahan, MD
SCIENTIFIC SESSION – INTERVENTIONAL
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support for the
    Pediatric IR Physician

    Charles A. James, MD
PEDIATRIC CARDIAC MRI: The What, How, Why and Why Nots
  • WHAT IS IT? Black Blood Imaging
    Taylor Chung, MD
  • Dynamic Bright Blood Imaging
    Amol Pednekar, PhD
  • Quantification of Blood Flow Using Phase
    Velocity Cine MRI

    Mike Seed, MD
  • 3D SSFP
    Raja Muthupillai, PhD
  • HOW DO I DO IT? Assess Segmental
    Cardiac Anatomy

    Shi Joon Yoo, MD
  • Assess Ventricular Systolic and Diastolic Function
    Robert J. Fleck, MD
  • Evaluate Valvular Stenosis or Regurgitation
    Sadaf T. Bhutta, MD, MBBS
  • Perform Qp: Qs
    Randolph K. Otto, MD
  • How to Set Up a Contrast – Enhanced MRA
    Dianna M.E. Bardo, MD
  • Questions and Answers
  • Evaluate the Systemic and Pulmonary Veins
    Prakash M. Masand, MD
  • How to Evaluate LV Outflow Tract and
    Aortic Arch Obstruction

    Shreyas S. Vasanawala, MD, PhD
  • WHY DO I DO IT? s/p TOF repair
    Shiraz A. Maskatia, MD
  • s/p Atrial Switch for d-TGA
    Jeffrey C. Hellinger, MD
  • Pre-Glenn and Pre-Fontan
    Shaine A. Morris, MD
  • Post-Fontan
    Cynthia K. Rigsby, MD
  • Anomalous Coronaries
    Lorna P. Browne, MBBS
  • Vascular Rings and Slings
    Prachi P. Agarwal, MD
INTERVENTIONAL
  • Renal Artery Denervation for Hypertension
    Sam Stewart, FRCR
  • Advances in Musculoskeletal Intervention
    Neil D. Johnson, MBBS & William E. Shiels, DO
  • Vein of Galen Malformations
    David J.E. Lord, MD, FRANZCR
  • Interventional Case Club
    John M. Racadio, MD
NEURORADIOLOGY – HEAD INJURY
  • Parturitional Brain Injury
    Thierry A.G.M. Huisman, MD
  • Abusive Head Trauma
    V. Michelle Silvera, MD
  • Abusive Head Injury or Not? Differential
    Diagnoses to Consider

    Marguerite M. Carι, MD
  • Discussion
    Faculty
NEURORADIOLOGY – EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
NEUROIMAGING
  • Arterial Ischemic Stroke in Children:
    A Neurointerventionalist's Perspective

    Darren B. Orbach, MD, PhD
  • Emergency Imaging of the Head and Neck
    Timothy N. Booth, MD
  • Beyond Trauma: Pediatric Emergency Brain
    Imaging Pearls and Pitfalls

    Laura Z. Fenton, MD
  • Discussion
    Faculty
NUCLEAR MEDICINE – Therapeutic Procedures in
Pediatric Nuclear Medicine: Why, When, How
  • Updates from the Pediatric Nuclear Medicine
    Dose Reduction Working Group

    Michael Gelfand, MD
  • Multimodality Imaging of Neuroblastoma
    Susan E. Sharp, MD
  • Curie Scoring: Prognostic Implications; How to do It
    Marguerite T. Parisi, MD, MS Ed
  • Advances in Neuroblastoma Therapy:
    The Role of I-131 MIBG

    Meaghan P. Granger, MD
  • Developing an Institutional I-131 MIBG
    Therapy Program: Key Issues

    Frederic Fahey, PhD
  • Reducing Dose to Nuclear Medicine
    Personnel During I-131 MIBG Therapy

    Michael J. Gelfand, MD
  • I-131 Radiotherapy of Pediatric Thyroid Cancer
    Steven G. Waguespack, MD
  • Radioimmunotherapy of Lymphoma
    Hedieh Eslamy, MD

 
 

Learning Objectives


This course will provide pediatric and general radiologists with an opportunity to do the following:
  • Summarize the most current information on state-of-the-art pediatric imaging and the practice of pediatric radiology
  • Describe and apply new technologies for pediatric imaging
  • Discuss common challenges facing pediatric radiologists, and possible solutions
  • Evaluate and apply means of minimizing radiation exposure during diagnostic imaging and image-guided therapy

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 (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the American College of Radiology and The Society for Pediatric Radiology. The American College of Radiology is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation Statement

The American College of Radiology designates this enduring material for a maximum of 27 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Date of Original Release: May 14, 2013
Date Credits Expire: May 14, 2016

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.

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 presenters is listed in the syllabi.

If you attended the live activity, you will not be able to claim CME credit for the video as well.