Imaging Sports Injuries: Perspectives From Brazil and North America

This two-part web symposium features faculty from the Brazilian College of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging and ARRS sharing their expertise on various aspects of sports injuries. This three-hour course includes a discussion of Brazil's experiences with Olympic and World Cup athletics.

At the end of this session, viewers will be able to:

  • Identify the best imaging technique to assist clinical colleagues in diagnosing MSK injuries and conditions.
  • Compare injury patterns of skeletally immature vs mature athletes.
  • Identify specific MSK injury concerns for active females.
  • Understand changes in imaging protocol timelines for the elite or high demand athlete.

Please take a few minutes to complete the evaluation at the end of each session. We hope you enjoy this global education initiative.

Please note — No credits are available for this course.

Part 1 Faculty
Experience in Concentrated Screening Imaging of Potential Pro Athletes Kenneth Buckwalter, MD Watch Evaluation
Women in Sports Laura Bancroft, MD Watch Evaluation
Non-Olympic Sports Injuries in the U.S. Donna Blankenbaker, MD Watch Evaluation
Brazilian Summer Olympics: From Usual to the Unusual Marcelo Bordalo-Rodrigues, MD Watch Evaluation
Part 2 Faculty
Sports Injuries in the Immature Athlete Marcelo Bordalo-Rodrigues, MD Watch Evaluation
Specific Injuries Imaged at the World Cup Marcelo Abreu, MD Watch Evaluation
Imaging at the Vancouver Winter Olympics David Salonen, MD Watch Evaluation