Daily Schedule

Schedule Day   

SAM Credit
Resident Track
ARLM
Educational Track
 

Sunday, May 5, 2019

FC01.
Rock the Review: How to Get a Perfect Manuscript Score

T. Berquist, J. Provenzale, C. Merrill
Subcodes: ED, OT
Credits: 2 CME
FC02.
Learn about the importance of diversity in radiology, the role of diversity in hiring and retaining the best, and how to track success of diversity efforts

N. Kadom, Introduction
E. Krupinski, Tracking Success
M. Higgins, Recruiting the Best
A. Norbash, Start with “Why”
D. West, Retaining Talent
N. Kadom, E. Krupinski, M. Higgins, A. Norbash, D. West
Subcodes: GN
Credits: 2 CME
FC03.
SAM
This focused stroke session will include knowledge of the new guidelines in acute ischemic stroke in extended time periods, understanding the use of multimodal imaging and its challenges, understanding how to design efficient imaging workflows in our clinical practice and how radiologists can add value in acute stroke care.

H. Rowley, Setting Up Efficient Stroke Imaging Workflows
R. Aviv, Vessel and Collateral Imaging– Known and Unknown
A. Vagal, Pearls and Pitfalls of Automated Perfusion Imaging
K. Nael, Current Guidelines for Acute Ischemic Stroke Imaging
J. Heit, Role of MRI in Acute Ischemic Stroke
H. Rowley, R. Aviv, A. Vagal, K. Nael, J. Heit
Subcodes: NR, ER
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC04.
During this two-part course, experts from the United States and ARRS Asian global partners will compare and contrast the role of imaging in screening, diagnosis, and surveillance of the most common cancers—liver cancer, gastric cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, and lung cancer.

J. Kruskal, Population Health in Cancer Imaging
F. Yan, Liver Cancer - Asian Perspective
P. Liu, Liver Cancer - American Perspective
W. Lee, Gastric Cancer - Asian Perspective
P. Liu, Gastric Cancer - American Perspective
C. Wu, Panel Discussion
J. Kruskal, F. Yan, P. Liu, W. Lee, P. Liu, C. Wu
Subcodes: GI, GU, CH
Credits: 2 CME
FC05.
Medical 3D Printing, Part 1

A. Sheikh, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 1
S. Pruthi, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 1
B. Howe, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 1
B. King, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 1
F. Rybicki, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 1
K. Lai, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 1
P. Liacouras, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 1
J. Chuen, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 1
T. Foley, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 1
B. Ripley, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 1
J. Matsumoto, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 1
A. Sheikh, B. Howe, B. King, B. Ripley, F. Rybicki, J. Chuen, K. Lai, P. Liacouras, S. Pruthi, T. Foley, J. Matsumoto
Subcodes: HP, ED
Credits: 2 CME
RS01.
Resident Track
The resident symposium is geared to residents and fellows and this year will focus on transition to practice through a combination of lectures and panel discussions. Topics include: 2019 Job Market Update for Residents and Fellows, Mentoring, Transition to Practice: What to do When it’s Just You and more.

J. Parikh, 2019 Job Market Update for Residents
G. Whitman, Transition to Practice: What to Do When It's Just You
A. Norbash, Interviewing for a Job
D. Wolfman, Panel Discussion and Moderator
J. Parikh, G. Whitman, A. Norbash, D. Wolfman
Subcodes: ED, OT
Credits: 2 CME
1:00 PM3:00 PM
FC06.
During this two-part course, experts from the United States and ARRS Asian global partners will compare and contrast the role of imaging in screening, diagnosis, and surveillance of the most common cancers—liver cancer, gastric cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, and lung cancer.

G. Iinuma, Colon Cancer - Asian Perspective
J. Yee, Colon Cancer - American Perspective
C. Tan, Prostate Cancer - Asian Perspective
J. Yee, Prostate Cancer - American Perspective
Y. Chang, Lung Cancer - Asian Perspective
C. Wu, Lung Cancer - American Perspective
Q. Dong, Panel Discussion
G. Iinuma, J. Yee, C. Tan, J. Yee, Y. Chang, C. Wu, Q. Dong
Subcodes: GI, GU, CH
Credits: 2 CME
FC07.
Medical 3D Printing, Part 2

K. Lai, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 2
F. Rybicki, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 2
B. King, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 2
A. Sheikh, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 2
S. Pruthi, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 2
B. Howe, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 2
B. Ripley, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 2
T. Foley, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 2
J. Chuen, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 2
P. Liacouras, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 2
J. Matsumoto, 3D Printing: Starting a Lab and Clinical Applications Part 2
A. Sheikh, B. Howe, B. King, B. Ripley, F. Rybicki, J. Chuen, K. Lai, P. Liacouras, S. Pruthi, T. Foley, J. Matsumoto
Subcodes: HP, ED
Credits: 2 CME
FC08.
This course will provide an overview of the topic of radiologist burnout, including both the academic and community practice settings. We will explore the root causes and drivers of burnout, as well as factors which can serve to worsen the problem and others which may be protective. The focus will be at both the systems and individual levels, Anti-burnout strategies will also be explored.

M. Bruno, Burnout: An Overview
R. Gunderman, Burnout at the Level of the Individual
T. Mosher, Burnout at the Systems / Organizational Level
M. Bruno, R. Gunderman, T. Mosher
Subcodes: ED, GN, HP
Credits: 2 CME
FC09.
Artificial intelligence has been touted in some circles as the key to radiology's future and in others as the meteor that will make radiologists extinct. Participants in this course will learn the basic principles of leveraging AI and machine learning to improve image quality, enable more precise and accurate image diagnosis, and aid in better health care decision making and prediction.

S. Halabi, Course and Faculty Introductions
R. Wiggins, AI in Medical Imaging: The Reality
K. Andriole, There’s No ‘I’ in Team: Building an AI Team
J. Mongan, AI Nitty Gritty: Dataset Curation and Annotation
G. Shih, AI-Live: Implementation of AI into Clinical Practice
C. Kahn, AI Fantasy: The Future State
S. Halabi, R. Wiggins, K. Andriole, J. Mongan, G. Shih, C. Kahn
Subcodes: HP, ED
Credits: 2 CME
RS02.
Resident Track
The resident symposium is geared to residents and fellows and this year will focus on transition to practice through a combination of lectures and panel discussions. Topics include: 2019 Job Market Update for Residents and Fellows, Mentoring, Transition to Practice: What to do When it’s Just You and more.

D. Wolfman, Work Life Balance
A. Kielar, Ways to Get Involved in Academia
H. Zafar, Mentoring
D. Wolfman, A. Kielar, H. Zafar
Subcodes: ED, OT
Credits: 2 CME

Monday, May 6, 2019

7:00 AM8:00 AM
Power Hour: Musculoskeletal Imaging

Subcodes: MK
Credits: 1 CME
Power Hour: Pediatric Imaging

Subcodes: PD
Credits: 1 CME
8:00 AM9:00 AM
Resident Track
With the growing number of radiology journals as well as the increasing complexity of radiologists' practices, stay on top of the latest peer-reviewed literature can be challenging. Discover the most noteworthy and must-read articles in radiology from the American Journal of Roentgenology over the past year-across the spectrum of radiology.

L. Shah, AJR Year in Review
M. Lubner, AJR Year in Review
L. Shah, M. Lubner
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1 CME
8:00 AM9:30 AM
IC101.
SAM Resident Track
This introductory course will cover basic patterns of HRCT with a focus on using an approach to generate concise differential diagnoses. The session will be geared toward physicians and physicians in training who would like a refresher on HRCT interpretation.

S. Agarwal, Septal Line Thickening and Crazy Paving
N. Parkar, Microdules and Tree-in-bud
B. Little, Approach to Cystic Lung Disease
S. Rossi, Mosaic Attenuation
S. Agarwal, N. Parkar, B. Little, S. Rossi
Subcodes: CH, CT, GN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC102.
SAM Resident Track
This joint session between Neuroradiology and Emergency Radiology will review spine trauma in the adult and pediatric patient as well as non-traumatic spine emergencies.

M. Bernstein, Imaging Cervical Spine Trauma: Pearls & Pitfalls
O. West, Thoracolumbar Spine Trauma: AO Spine Classification
R. Radhakrishnan, Challenges of Pediatric Spine Trauma
L. Shah, Non-traumatic Spine Emergencies
M. Bernstein, O. West, R. Radhakrishnan, L. Shah
Subcodes: NR, ER, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC103.
SAM Resident Track
This course will discuss pediatric MSK imaging of sports injuries, infection and inflammatory diseases, and changes during growth that may be mistaken for pathology.

K. Davis, Pediatric Sports Injuries in the Upper Extremity
M. Fadell, Pediatric MR: Normal Variants and Cartilage Injuries
N. Chauvin, Pediatric MSK Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases
K. Davis, M. Fadell, N. Chauvin
Subcodes: MK, PD, US, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC104.
SAM Resident Track
Risk assessment, screening guidelines update, screening ultrasound and screening abbreviated MRI will be covered during this course.

L. Moy, Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines Update
R. Butler, Screening Breast Ultrasound
D. Plecha, Abbreviated Breast MRI Screening
H. Macdonald, Identifying Patients at High Risk for Breast Cancer
L. Moy, R. Butler, D. Plecha, H. Macdonald
Subcodes: BR, US, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS01.
Neuroradiology

Subcodes: NR
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS02.
Education

Subcodes: ED, OT
Credits: 1.5 CME
10:00 AM11:30 AM
IC105.
Resident Track
This course will review MR diagnosis of sources of foot pain, ankle, and hindfoot MR diagnoses as well as commonly missed injuries and will review patterns of injuries seen on knee MRI.

J. Peterson, Knee MR Patterns of Injury: What to Look For
D. Goodwin, Common Ankle and Hindfoot Injuries
H. Umans, Forefoot and Midfoot: Sources of Pain
J. Peterson, D. Goodwin, H. Umans
Subcodes: MK, MR, US, ER
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC106.
SAM Resident Track
This session will review the complex anatomy of the head and neck, particularly as it relates to pathology and clinical relevance.

L. Ledbetter, Holes in the Head: Skull Base Anatomy
N. Koontz, Temporal Bone: So Much Stuff in Such a Small Space
C. Glastonbury, Suprahyoid Neck: What the Clinician Wants to Know
J. Brucker, Infrahyoid Neck : What the Clinician Wants to Know
L. Ledbetter, N. Koontz, C. Glastonbury, J. Brucker
Subcodes: NR, CT, MR, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC107.
Resident Track
The course will focus on some newer techniques and application of TIRADS and LIRADS that are used in our daily practice.

H. Choi, Elastography
D. Fetzer, LI-RADS Ultrasound
J. Langer, TI-RADS
M. Caserta, CEUS
H. Choi, D. Fetzer, J. Langer, M. Caserta
Subcodes: US
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC108.
SAM
This course will cover current state of the art use of cross-sectional and nuclear imaging for investigation of ischemic heart disease and its complications.

U. Schoepf, Coronary CTA and CT FFR
J. Christensen, MR Stress Perfusion and Viability
J. Jeudy, PET MR/CT for Ischemic Heart Disease
J. Hsu, CT/MR Complications of Ischemic Heart Disease
U. Schoepf, J. Christensen, J. Jeudy, J. Hsu
Subcodes: CA, CT, MR, NM
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS03.
Genitourinary Imaging

Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS04.
Vascular and/or Interventional Radiology

Subcodes: VI
Credits: 1.5 CME
1:00 PM2:30 PM
IC109.
Malpractice Involving Radiology, 2019 Update

L. Berlin, Malpractice Involving Radiology, 2019 Update
L. Berlin
Subcodes: HP, SO
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC110.
SAM Resident Track
This course will be a modality-based review of the most common misses from the community that result in unnecessary referral or treatment or in missed diagnosis and delay in definitive care.

N. Hull, Common Misses in Pediatric Imaging: X-ray
C. Carrico, Common Misses in Pediatric Imaging: Ultrasound
J. Wright, Common Misses in Pediatric Imaging: CT/MR
N. Hull, C. Carrico, J. Wright
Subcodes: PD, US, ER, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC111.
SAM Resident Track
This session will provide an update on NM emergencies, practical tips for patients and staff regarding radiation safety as well as an approach to managing radiation related emergencies in the nuclear medicine department and abroad. A brief overview of several new radiopharmaceuticals for imaging and therapy will be given as well as a review of artifacts you could encounter.

D. Metter, Practical Tips for Patients and Staff
K. Banks, Nuclear Disasters
F. Fahey, Artifacts and Other Challenges
D. Metter, K. Banks, F. Fahey
Subcodes: NM, ML, PH, PS
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC112.
This course will discuss and review the MR appearance of normal anatomy and common pathology in the elbow, wrist and hand. This course will review/feature mr diagnosis of elbow, wrist and finger tendon and ligament injuries.

L. Bancroft, Elbow Tendon and Ligaments Injuries
N. Subhas, Wrist Pain: MR Findings Affecting Management
C. Chung, MR Diagnosis of Finger and Thumb Injuries
L. Bancroft, N. Subhas, C. Chung
Subcodes: MK, MR, US, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC113.
This session will cover a variety of topics related to hepatic interventional Oncology.

B. Odisio, Hepatic Interventional Oncology: A Case-Based Review
C. Zheng, Hepatic Interventional Oncology: A Case-Based Review
D. Madoff, Hepatic Interventional Oncology: A Case-Based Review
B. Odisio, C. Zheng, D. Madoff
Subcodes: VI
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS05.
Chest/Pulmonary Imaging

Subcodes: CH
Credits: 1.5 CME
3:00 PM4:00 PM
SRS.
Radiation radically changed medicine, but its impact was much broader. Beyond just the healing arts, we'll explore how "the magic rays" altered our culture, right down to the way we think, and how we live.

D. DiSantis, Radiation: The Great Disruptor
D. DiSantis
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1 CME
3:00 PM4:30 PM
IC114.
SAM
In addition to a review of clinically relevant neurovascular anatomy, this session will discuss intracranial vascular pathologies with emphasis on the role of imaging.

M. Castillo, Vasculitis: Basics to Advanced
R. Aviv, Acute Ich: Not Always What You Think
A. Doshi, Spectrum of Arterial and Venous Lesions
Y. Watanabe, Ra- and Extracranial Atherosclerotic Disease
M. Castillo, R. Aviv, A. Doshi, Y. Watanabe
Subcodes: NR, MR, CT, VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC115.
The course will focus on the ultrasound of shoulder pathologies, as well as a live demo session on techniques for scanning the shoulder

N. Dahiya, Tendinosis and Tears
S. Allison, Beyond the Cuff
J. Jacobson, Techniques of Shoulder Scanning (Live Demo)
N. Dahiya, S. Allison, J. Jacobson
Subcodes: US
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC116.
Resident Track
This session will focus on classic signs in chest radiology with an emphasis on the radiologic finding attributed to the sign. The discussion of each sign will include classic associations and common associations. The occasional mimic will also be discussed.

G. Abbott, Parenchymal Signs
T. Henry, Cardiovascular Signs
R. Shah, Mediastinal and Pleural Signs
G. Abbott, T. Henry, R. Shah
Subcodes: CH, CT, CA, VI
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC117.
This session introduces AI to IR and how such applications for image guidance, big data analysis and clinical decision support may alter clinical practice and research. Basic principles and applications of machine learning (ML), deep learning and neural networks will help elucidate AI techniques to improve personalized care, radio-genomic data analysis and predict outcomes.

E. Ziv, Machine Learning for Rad-path and Genomics
R. Uppot, Machine Learning for Intraprocedural Imaging
J. Chapiro, Big Data to Predict Postprocedural Imaging Outcomes
E. Ziv, R. Uppot, J. Chapiro
Subcodes: VI, HP
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC118.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the approach to benign and malignant bone tumor and discuss the formulation of differential diagnoses based on radiographic findings. This course will explore the use advanced imaging to narrow the diagnosis in bone tumor assessment.

B. Amini, Radiographic Approach to Bone Tumors
M. Kransdorf, Matrix-forming Tumors: Imaging and Diagnosis
D. Wenger, Non-matrix Lesions: What to Look For
B. Amini, M. Kransdorf, D. Wenger
Subcodes: MK, MR, NM, GN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS06.
General/Emergency

Subcodes: ER, GN
Credits: 1.5 CME

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

7:00 AM8:00 AM
Power Hour: Cardiac Imaging

Subcodes: CA
Credits: 1 CME
Power Hour: Ultrasound

Subcodes: US
Credits: 1 CME
8:00 AM9:30 AM
IC201.
This course will review important features in assessment of the rotator cuff evaluation, MR findings of capsular and labral injuries and diagnostic features of re-tear after cuff or labral repair.

L. Steinbach, Rotator Cuff Update
L. Ladd, Shoulder Instability: Labrum and Capsule
J. Pierce, Post-op Shoulder Imaging: Evaluating for Re-tear
L. Steinbach, L. Ladd, J. Pierce
Subcodes: MK, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC202.
SAM
Cross sectional imaging enables the detection, staging, and post-therapy evaluation of renal cell carcinoma (RCC). This didactic course offers a practical case-based review and will cover a spectrum of topics in imaging of RCC, including problem of overdiagnosis, benign neoplasms and indolent cancers that may not need treatment as well as assessment of novel therapies for advanced RCC.

S. Silverman, Kidney Cancer Over-diagnosis: How We Can Fix It
A. Diaz de Leon, Benign Neoplasms and Indolent Cancers
A. Shinagare, Novel Therapies for Advanced RCC: Imaging Evaluation
S. Silverman, A. Diaz de Leon, A. Shinagare
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC203.
SAM Resident Track
This session will provide an update on FDG PET/CT of the chest, review the utility of FDG PET/CT in nodules, lung cancer, infection and inflammation as well as discuss the role of FDG PET/CT in immune therapy. The session will conclude by providing an approach to cardiac viability and sarcoidosis on PET/CT.

E. Rohren, Nodules to Lung Cancer on FDG PET
T. Wong, Infection and Inflammation on FDG PET/CT
M. Osman, Added Value of FDG PET/CT in Immune Therapy
A. Sheikh, Cardiac Viability and Inflammation
E. Rohren, T. Wong, M. Osman, A. Sheikh
Subcodes: NM, CA, PH, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC204.
SAM Resident Track
This session will focus on emergency thoracic conditions that may be encountered on call or in an emergency department

I. Vlahos, Acute PE
C. Lee, Acute Aortic Syndromes
C. Raptis, Traumatic Aortic Injury
B. Sundaram, Thoracic Trauma
I. Vlahos, C. Lee, C. Raptis, B. Sundaram
Subcodes: CH, ER, CT, VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS07.
Breast Imaging

Subcodes: BR
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS08.
Gastrointestinal Imaging

Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME
10:00 AM11:30 AM
IC205.
SAM Resident Track
Review acute head trauma, global anoxic injuries as well as cervical vascular and aortic trauma.

K. Fink, Pearls and Pitfalls in Acute Head Trauma Imaging
W. Kubal, Global Anoxic Injuries
K. Linnau, Mass Casuality Incident (MCI) – The Radiology Perspective
S. Steenburg, Imaging of Aortic Trauma
K. Fink, W. Kubal, K. Linnau, S. Steenburg
Subcodes: ER, HN, NR, CH
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC206.
SAM Resident Track
This didactic course offers a practical case-based review and will cover a spectrum of topics in Benign Conditions in the Female Pelvis, including magnetic resonance imaging of endometriosis, MR imaging of the pelvic floor and MRI of gynecological infections

C. Menias, MR Imaging of Endometriosis
G. Khatri, MRI of the Pelvic Floor
A. Luna, MRI of Gynecological Infections
C. Menias, G. Khatri, A. Luna
Subcodes: OB, GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC207.
SAM
The postoperative evaluation of the CNS can be particularly challenging, not only because of the distortion of anatomy, but also because of the effects of different treatments. This session will help identify imaging features to distinguish postoperative change from complication or recurrence.

P. Chapman, Postoperative Neck Simplified
V. Rao, Postoperative Sinus Simplified
C. Torres, Treatment-induced CNS Toxicity
V. Shah, Postop Spine Simplified
P. Chapman, V. Rao, C. Torres, V. Shah
Subcodes: NR, HN, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC208.
SAM Resident Track
The course will focus on a general carotid Doppler overview as well as the role of Doppler in liver and renal transplants

K. Richman, Is There a Good Head on Those Shoulders?
L. Mankowski Gettle, Doppler in Renal Transplant
M. Revzin, Doppler in Liver Transplant
K. Richman, L. Mankowski Gettle, M. Revzin
Subcodes: US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC209.
SAM Resident Track
This course will help you become familiar with which high risk lesions to recommend excision and which ones to watch.

T. Lawton, Pathology of High Risk Lesions
D. Georgian-Smith, Radiology/Pathology Concordance of High Risk Lesions
M. Bahl, DBT and Architectural Distortions with AI
T. Lawton, D. Georgian-Smith, M. Bahl
Subcodes: BR, MO, BI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS09.
Vascular and/or Interventional Radiology

Subcodes: VI
Credits: 1.5 CME
1:00 PM2:30 PM
IC210.
SAM Resident Track
Didactic lectures and case presentations will be used to highlight how interventional radiological techniques can provide pain palliation for those refractory to standard approaches.

S. Kishore, Nerve Blocks and Neurolysis for Pain Palliation
S. Yevich, Stabilization Stratagies for Painful Pelvic Metastases
A. Kurup, Percutaneous Ablative Therapy for Pain Palliation
S. Kishore, S. Yevich, A. Kurup
Subcodes: VI, MK
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC211.
Resident Track
This course will provide an expert review on imaging of pancreatic neoplasms

B. Patel, Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma: Everything You Need to Know
E. Tamm, Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors
E. Paulson, Cystic Pancreatic Lesions
B. Patel, E. Tamm, E. Paulson
Subcodes: GI, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC212.
SAM Resident Track
This session will provide a state-of-the-art update on liver imaging, with emphasis on imaging of diffuse liver diseases, practical diagnostic approach of enhancing liver lesions and the use of hepatobiliary contrast agents in cirrhosis.

K. Fowler, Imaging of Diffuse Liver Diseases
K. Elsayes, Approach to Enhancing Observation in Cirrhosis
V. Chernyak, Use of Gadoxetate Disodium in Patients with Cirrhosis
K. Fowler, K. Elsayes, V. Chernyak
Subcodes: GU, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC213.
SAM
The session will review a broad spectrum of pediatric CNS pathologies and will focus on pearls to help the Radiologist make the correct diagnosis.

E. Schwartz, Congenital Spine Anomalies
S. Pruthi, Neonatal Brain Injury
M. Shroff, Role of Imaging in Pediatric Epilepsy
P. Rhyner, Pediatric Temporal Bone Lesions
E. Schwartz, S. Pruthi, M. Shroff, P. Rhyner
Subcodes: NR, HN, PD, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RC01.
SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

C. Wright, PET/CT for Oncology
J. McConathy, Nuclear Neuroimaging
P. Kuo, Abdominal and Musculoskeletal Scintigraphy
J. McConathy, Response Criteria for FDG in Oncology
P. Bhambhvani, Endocrine and Cardiothoracic Scintigraphy
C. Wright, J. McConathy, P. Kuo, J. McConathy, P. Bhambhvani
Subcodes: NM
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS10.
Genitourinary Imaging

Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME
3:00 PM4:30 PM
IC214.
Resident Track
This session will provide participants a broad overview of imaging colorectal cancer, rectal MR, and internal hernias.

S. Park, Imaging of Colorectal Cancer: Evidence-Based Approach
M. Harisinghani, Overview of Rectal MR for Cancer
D. Sheafor, Imaging of Internal Hernias
S. Park, M. Harisinghani, D. Sheafor
Subcodes: GI, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC215.
SAM Resident Track
A didactic & case-based review of how biliary strictures & leaks are currently managed using percutaneous approaches

R. Arellano, IR Management of Malignant Biliary Obstruction
J. Lorenz, IR Management of Benign Biliary Strictures
B. Kapoor, IR Management of Refractory Postoperative Bile Leaks
R. Arellano, J. Lorenz, B. Kapoor
Subcodes: VI, GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC216.
SAM
This course will cover the use of cross-sectional imaging, primarily MR, for evaluation and diagnosis of nonischemic causes of heart failure and cardiac arrhythmia.

K. Cummings, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
B. Sundaram, Infiltrative Cardiomyopathies
C. Dennie, Inflammatory Cardiomyopathies
J. Collins, ARVC, Noncompaction, and Stress Cardiomyopathies
K. Cummings, B. Sundaram, C. Dennie, J. Collins
Subcodes: CA, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC217.
This course will review expected normal MSK ultrasound features and the diagnostic features of rotator cuff tendon and hand and wrist tendon and ligament pathologies.

L. Gimber, Getting Started: MSK US Techniques and Findings
C. French, Rotator Cuff Ultrasound
H. Rosas, Hand and Wrist Ultrasound: Review of Common Injuries
L. Gimber, C. French, H. Rosas
Subcodes: MK, US
Credits: 1.5 CME
RC02.
SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

B. Wildman-Tobriner, Renal Cases
A. Kielar, Ureter and Bladder
A. Mariano, Prostate and Testicles
A. Kielar, Review of New Guidelines with Cases
D. Wolfman, Women’s Pelvic Imaging
B. Wildman-Tobriner, A. Kielar, A. Mariano, A. Kielar, D. Wolfman
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS11.
Education

Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1.5 CME

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

7:00 AM8:00 AM
Power Hour: Gastrointestinal Imaging

Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1 CME
Power Hour: Nuclear Medicine

Subcodes: NM
Credits: 1 CME
8:00 AM9:30 AM
IC301.
This session will explore different technologies to help work-up challenging cases.

N. Chotai, Contrast Enhanced Mammogram: Can It Replace MRI?
U. Waheed, Challenging Breast MRI Cases
M. Etesami, Challenging DBT Cases: Tips on Work-up
A. Bhatt, How to Manage Challenging Breast Ultrasound Cases
N. Chotai, U. Waheed, M. Etesami, A. Bhatt
Subcodes: BR, MO, US, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC302.
SAM Resident Track
This course will illustrate the anatomy and routes of disease spread in the peritoneal and retroperitoneal spaces. A practical diagnostic approach will be also descrived for peritoneal and retroperitoneal masses.

M. Heller, Peritoneal Spaces: Anatomy and Spread of Disease
A. Gaballah, Retroperitoneal Spaces: Anatomy and Disease Spread
J. Sammon, Approach to Peritoneal and Retroperitoneal Masses
M. Heller, A. Gaballah, J. Sammon
Subcodes: GU, GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC303.
This session will be a review of CNS and PNS anatomy and pathology.

L. Wang, Noodles in the Head: DTI Evaluation of White Matter Tracts
R. Wiggins, Noodles Coming Out the Head: Cranial Nerves
M. Parsons, Noodles in the Arms: Brachial Plexus
T. Hutchins, Noodles in the Legs: Lumbosacral Plexus
L. Wang, R. Wiggins, M. Parsons, T. Hutchins
Subcodes: NR, HN
Credits: 1.50 CME
RC03.
SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

A. El-Sherief, Malignancies and Lung-RADS
C. Walker, Nodular Lung Disease: An Approach
M. Martin, Diffuse Lung Disease
C. Walker, Lymphatic Drainage of Thoracic Metastases
D. Naeger, Mediastinum
A. El-Sherief, C. Walker, M. Martin, C. Walker, D. Naeger
Subcodes: CH
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS12.
Gastrointestinal Imaging

Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS13.
Musculoskeletal Imaging

Subcodes: MK
Credits: 1.5 CME
10:00 AM11:30 AM
IC304.
Resident Track
A joint session discussing first the strengths and limitations of artificial intelligence in radiology's future. The second speaker will focus on a whole body approach to patient safety.

R. Gunderman, AI: Radiology's Salvation or Damnation?
W. Chan, Whole-Systems Approach to Patient Safety
R. Gunderman, W. Chan
Subcodes: ED, PS, HP
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC305.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review diagnostic features of the common peripheral arthropathies and will review the MR diagnostic features of axial spondyloarthropathies.

M. Murphey, Approach to Peripheral Arthropathies
R. Lambert, Axial Spondyloarthropathies in the Sacroiliac Joint
S. Bernard, Axial Spondyloarthropathies in the Spine
M. Murphey, R. Lambert, S. Bernard
Subcodes: MK, MR, NR, GN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC306.
SAM Resident Track
This course will cover a systems-based review of high-yield entities where pathophysiology, imaging approach, and radiologic interpretation differ critically between children and adults.

S. Pruthi, Kids Are Not Just Little Adults: Neuroradiology
C. Maxfield, Kids Are Not Just Little Adults: Abdominal Imaging
S. Menashe, Kids Are Not Just Little Adults: Musculoskeletal Imaging
S. Pruthi, C. Maxfield, S. Menashe
Subcodes: PD, GI, MK, NR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RC04.
SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

J. Nance, Ischemic Heart Disease/Coronary Arteries
T. Henry, Arch Madness: An Approach to Variant Arch Anatomy
T. Henry, Cardiovascular Disease in Connective Tissue Diseases
S. Agarwal, Non-ischemic Diseases
K. Hanneman, Vascular Disease
J. Nance, T. Henry, T. Henry, S. Agarwal, K. Hanneman
Subcodes: CA
Credits: 1.50 CME/SAM
SS14.
Breast Imaging

Subcodes: BR
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS15.
Education

Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1.5 CME
1:00 PM2:30 PM
IC307.
SAM
This four part course will focus on understanding the role of the radiologist in diagnosing the idiopathic interstitial pneumonias. The focus will be on the patterns on HRCT and how to have added value in multidisciplinary teams.

J. Chung, Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
B. Elicker, Collagen Vascular Disease Interstitial Lung Disease
S. Hobbs, Pneumoconioses
M. Parker, Smoking-Related Lung Disease
J. Chung, B. Elicker, S. Hobbs, M. Parker
Subcodes: CH, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC308.
SAM
This course will describe imaging features of CNS oncologic processes on conventional and advanced imaging modalities.

R. Wiggins, Perineural Tumor Spread: Do Not Miss Lesion
K. Zukotynski, Pearls of Head and Neck Oncology on PET/CT
J. Talbott, Advanced Imaging Pearls in CNS Oncology
P. Sajedi, Pediatric Brain Tumor Pearls
R. Wiggins, K. Zukotynski, J. Talbott, P. Sajedi
Subcodes: NR, HN, CT, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC309.
SAM Resident Track
This course will provide an update on PET/CT of the abdomen and pelvis, review the utility of PET/CT in GI, GU and gynecologic malignancy. Tips for reading PET/CT of the abdomen and pelvis will be provided through use of illustrative and challenging cases. Finally the session will conclude with a review of MSK abnormalities that may be seen on CT and how to report them.

P. Kuo, PET/CT of GU Malignancy
E. Akin, PET/CT of Gynecologic Malignancy
D. Yoo, PET/CT of GI Malignancy
M. Christakis, MSK Blind Spots: A Review
E. Akin, P. Kuo, D. Yoo, M. Christakis
Subcodes: GI, GU, MK, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC310.
This course will cover the use of cross-sectional imaging for cardiac interventional procedure planning and follow-up.

B. Ghoshhajra, TAVR
T. Foley, Imaging for Mitral Valve Intervention
S. Patel, Imaging to Guide Ep Procedures
A. Shah, LVAD
B. Ghoshhajra, T. Foley, S. Patel, A. Shah
Subcodes: CA, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME
RC05.
SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

H. Garner, Rapid Fire Cases: Bone
J. Baker, Imaging Approach: Muscle Disorders
O. Awan, Rapid Fire Cases: Joint
J. Baker, Imaging Approach: Tendon Disorders
J. Stensby, Rapid Fire Cases: Soft Tissue
H. Garner, J. Baker, O. Awan, J. Baker, J. Stensby
Subcodes: MK
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS16.
Breast Imaging

Subcodes: BR
Credits: 1.5 CME
3:00 PM4:30 PM
IC311.
This course will discuss ways to improve patient experience in your breast imaging practice.

S. Weinstein, Increasing Cancer Detection While Decreasing Recalls
A. Lee, Patient Navigation in a Breast Center: Improving Patient and Physician Experience
R. Pham, Improving Workflow in Your Breast Center
S. Weinstein, A. Lee, R. Pham
Subcodes: BR, MO
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC312.
SAM Resident Track
The session will review a broad spectrum of CNS pathologies, focusing on pearls to help the radiologist make the correct diagnosis.

J. Go, Sella/Suprasellar/Pineal Top 10 DDX
M. Gaskill-Shipley, Cavernous Sinus Top 10 DDX
K. Salzman, Basal Ganglia Top 10 DDX
A. Grayev, What to Do with Intramedullary High T2?
J. Go, M. Gaskill-Shipley, K. Salzman, A. Grayev
Subcodes: NR, MR, CT, HN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC313.
Resident Track
This course will cover a broad overview of biliary imaging, including MRCP, cholangiocarcinoma, and intervention.

C. Moreno, MRCP: Role in Patient Care
M. Lubner, Cholangiocarcinoma: Current Concepts
A. Covey, Role of Imaging Prior to Biliary Intervention
C. Moreno, M. Lubner, A. Covey
Subcodes: GI, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC314.
SAM
This course will cover the ubiquitous pulmonary nodule. Speakers will address CT features of pulmonary nodules that allow for separation of benign from malignant nodules. They will also discuss the approach to the indeterminate nodule using Fleischner or Lung-Rads.

D. Green, CT of the Solitary Pulmonary Nodule
F. Fintelmann, Fleischner Guidelines: A Case-based Guide
C. Wu, Lung-RADS: A Case-based Guide
D. Green, F. Fintelmann, C. Wu
Subcodes: CT, CH, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RC06.
SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

A. Khwaja, Approach to the Vomiting Infant
U. Udayasankar, Approach to Liver Masses
A. Chaturvedi, Musculoskeletal Rapid Fire Cases
P. Sagar, Thoracic Rapid Fire Cases
D. Saul, Genitourinary Rapid Fire Cases
A. Khwaja, U. Udayasankar, A. Chaturvedi, P. Sagar, D. Saul
Subcodes: PD
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS17.
Musculoskeletal Imaging

Subcodes: MK
Credits: 1.5 CME

Thursday, May 9, 2019

7:00 AM8:00 AM
Power Hour: Neuroradiology

Subcodes: NR
Credits: 1 CME
Power Hour: Genitourinary Imaging

Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1 CME
8:00 AM9:30 AM
IC401.
SAM
This course will focus on the role of imaging in diagnosing and characterizing lung neoplasms.

M. Truong, Special Issues in Staging of Lung Cancer
J. Ko, The Adenocarcinoma Spectrum
R. Madan, Other Lung Cancers
S. Pipavath, Imaging of Pulmonary Metastases
M. Truong, J. Ko, R. Madan, S. Pipavath
Subcodes: CH, CT, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC402.
Resident Track
This course will cover an array of challenging imaging scenarios with HCC and NAFLD, as well as provide an update of liver MR technique.

P. Pickhardt, Understanding Nafld, Nash, and the Metabolic Syndrome
J. Lee, Atypical HCC and Its Mimics: Challenging Cases
S. Hussain, Liver MR: An Update on Pulse Sequences and Hardware
P. Pickhardt, J. Lee, S. Hussain
Subcodes: GI, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC403.
This course will review important features to address in evaluation of hip labral tears and capsular injury, MR findings of extra-articular causes of hip pain, and normal and abnormal MR findings in the post-operative hip.

D. Blankenbaker, Labrum and Cartilage: What the Surgeon Wants to Know
D. Rubin, Pain Outside the Hip: Muscles, Tendons, Bursae
M. Jesse, Post-surgical Hip: Identifying Re-tear
D. Blankenbaker, D. Rubin, M. Jesse
Subcodes: MK, MR, US, RF
Credits: 1.5 CME
RC07.
SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

R. Ramaswamy, Non-vascular Interventions
R. Liddell, Portal Hypertension: Tips 2019
R. Liddell, Uterine Artery Embolization 2019
P. Trivedi, Arterial Interventions
D. Abdollahian, Venous Interventions
R. Ramaswamy, R. Liddell, R. Liddell, P. Trivedi, D. Abdollahian
Subcodes: VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS18.
Cardiac Imaging

Subcodes: CA
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS19.
Neuroradiology

Subcodes: NR
Credits: 1.5 CME
10:00 AM11:30 AM
IC404.
SAM Resident Track
This course will cover the cross-sectional imaging approach to a variety of common specific clinical indications.

S. Abbara, Cardiac Masses
D. Vargas, Coronary Anomalies and Fistulas
C. Javidan-Nejad, Pericardial Diseases
S. Kligerman, MR for Valvular Heart Disease
S. Abbara, D. Vargas, C. Javidan-Nejad, S. Kligerman
Subcodes: CA, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC405.
Resident Track
During this course we will anonymously review instances of wrongdoing by radiologists and provides insights into what radiologists can do to prevent and better respond to such mistakes in the future.

R. Gunderman, Ethical Lapses and How to Avoid Them
R. Gunderman
Subcodes: ED, ML
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC406.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review options for localization and discuss complications and trouble shooting for biopsies of the breast and axilla.

J. Parikh, Options for Breast Localizations
J. Lee, Biopsy Tips for Difficult Breast Biopsy Cases
J. Hayward, Axillary Lymph Node Assessment and Biopsy
M. Roubidoux, Cryoablation of Breast Lesions
J. Parikh, J. Lee, J. Hayward, M. Roubidoux
Subcodes: BR, BI, US, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RC08.
SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

C. Santillan, Focal Liver Lesions
R. O'Malley, Rectal Cancer Staging
V. Mellnick, Bowel Ischemia
E. Stein, Post-operative GI Tract
R. O'Malley, Focal Pancreatic Lesions
C. Santillan, R. O'Malley, V. Mellnick, E. Stein, R. O'Malley
Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS20.
Genitourinary Imaging

Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS21.
Musculoskeletal Imaging

Subcodes: MK
Credits: 1.5 CME
1:00 PM2:30 PM
IC407.
Resident Track
This course will overview the state-of-the-art applications for DECTR and CEUS, as well as emerging MR techniques.

M. Lockhart, CEUS Applications in Abdominal Imaging
A. Kambadakone-Ramesh, DECT Applications in Abdominal Imaging
M. Ohliger, Frontiers in Abdominal MRI
M. Lockhart, A. Kambadakone-Ramesh, M. Ohliger
Subcodes: GI, US, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC408.
SAM Resident Track
Cross sectional imaging enables the detection, staging and post-therapy evaluation of gynecologic malignancies.

H. Vargas, Cervical Cancer
P. Bhosale, Ovarian Cancer
D. Ganeshan, Endometrial Cancer
H. Vargas, P. Bhosale, D. Ganeshan
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC409.
Resident Track
The course will focus on the role of ultrasound in identification of emergent conditions.

S. Sheth, Gynecologic Ultrasound in the ER
M. Dighe, Tackling OB Emergencies
U. Hamper, Scrotal Emergencies
S. Sheth, M. Dighe, U. Hamper
Subcodes: US
Credits: 1.5 CME
RC09.
SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

B. Soares, Rapid Fire Review: Brain
K. Fink, Cerebral Venous Disease: A Can't Miss Diagnosis
A. Bhatt, Rapid Fire Review: Head and Neck
K. Fink, Hearing Loss and Tinnitis: Work up and Causes
J. Becker, Rapid Fire Review: Spine and Syndromes
B. Soares, K. Fink, A. Bhatt, K. Fink, J. Becker
Subcodes: NR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS22.
Musculoskeletal Imaging

Subcodes: MK
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS23.
Education

Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1.5 CME
3:00 PM4:30 PM
IC410.
SAM
This course will feature two topics in nuclear medicine geared toward competencies in radiology as well as an update on MRI contrast media safety and patient-centered radiology.

H. Nadel, Nuclear Medicine: What Should I Order and When?
H. Agress, Enhancing Your Interpretative Expertise: PET/CT
J. Kemp, The Many Shades of Patient Centric Radiology
P. Haar, Digital Media Technologies: Teaching Radiology to a New Generation
H. Nadel, H. Agress, J. Kemp, P. Haar
Subcodes: ED, NM, PS
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC411.
This course will review the imaging approach to diagnosis of soft tissue tumors, pearls and pitfalls of soft tissue tumor biopsy, and post-operative imaging following soft tissue tumor resection.

M. Murphey, Imaging Approach to ST Tumors
H. Garner, The High Water Content ST Mass: When to Worry
K. Motamedi, Biopsy of ST Tumors: Pearls and Pitfalls
L. Fayad, Postoperative Assessment of ST Neoplasm
M. Murphey, H. Garner, K. Motamedi, L. Fayad
Subcodes: MK, MR, BI, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC412.
SAM Resident Track
Practical tips and tricks for optimizing image quality and minimizing patient risk in pediatric imaging.

S. Palasis, Pointers for Optimizing Pediatric Neuroimaging
J. Reid, Pointers for Optimizing Pediatric Body Imaging
R. Ayyala, Minimizing and Communicating Radiation Risk
S. Palasis, J. Reid, R. Ayyala
Subcodes: PD, MR, PS, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC413.
SAM Resident Track
This session will explore issues related to imaging of the prostate and scrotum as well as penile and male urethral malignancies,

S. Verma, Prostate
M. Heller, Scrotum
R. Vikram, Penile and Male Urethral Tumors
S. Verma, M. Heller, R. Vikram
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS24.
Chest/Pulmonary Imaging

Subcodes: CH
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS25.
Gastrointestinal Imaging

Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME

Friday, May 10, 2019

7:00 AM8:00 AM
Power Hour: Breast Imaging

Subcodes: BR
Credits: 1 CME
Power Hour: General/Emergency

Subcodes: ER, GN
Credits: 1 CME
7:30 AM9:00 AM
IC501.
Resident Track
During this course a breast surgeon will discuss management of benign breast problems. A review of pediatric ultrasound and breast imaging findings in lactating and pregnant women will also be discussed.

J. Giesbrandt, Breast Imaging in Lactating and Pregnant Women
L. Sieck, Pediatric and Adolescent Breast Ultrasound
R. Shenk, Management of Benign Breast Disease
J. Giesbrandt, L. Sieck, R. Shenk
Subcodes: BR, US
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC502.
This session will cover a variety of relevant abdominal imaging topics, including trauma, volvulus, and abdominal wall pathology

V. Mellnick, Imaging of Volvulus in the GI Tract
S. Nicolaou, Imaging of Pancreatic, Bowel, and Mesenteric Trauma
G. Gayer, Abdominal Wall Lesions: A Case-based Review
V. Mellnick, S. Nicolaou, G. Gayer
Subcodes: GI, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC503.
SAM Resident Track
This course will address thoracic masses outside of the lung with emphasis on approach to diagnosis and generation of differential diagnoses with focus on the mediastinum and pleura.

M. Hammer, Adult Mediastinal Masses
T. Tao, Special Issues in Pediatric Mediastinal Masses
J. Bueno, Pleural Masses
D. Naeger, PET/CT in Extrapulmonary Thoracic Masses
M. Hammer, T. Tao, J. Bueno, D. Naeger
Subcodes: CH, CT, PT, PD
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RC10.
SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

G. Joshi, Ectopic Pregnancy: Common and Uncommon
A. Kennedy, Bleeding in Pregnancy
C. Deurdulian, Vascular Ultrasound Potpourri
A. Kamaya, Thyroid Ultrasound: Focus on TIRADS
A. Kennedy, Adnexal Masses: Everything but Ectopic Pregnancy
G. Joshi, A. Kennedy, C. Deurdulian, A. Kamaya, A. Kennedy
Subcodes: US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS26.
Nuclear Medicine

Subcodes: NM
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS27.
Pediatric Imaging

Subcodes: PD
Credits: 1.5 CME
9:30 AM11:00 AM
IC504.
SAM
This course will cover the use of advanced imaging for diagnosis and complication evaluation for specific congenital heart diseases.

C. Francois, Shunts in the Adult
I. Cortopassi, Repaired Tetralogy of Fallot in the Adult
P. Agarwal, Repaired Univentricular Heart in the Adult
C. Francois, I. Cortopassi, P. Agarwal
Subcodes: CA, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC505.
SAM
This course will review some complex neuroradiology pathologies that the general radiologist might encounter. The speakers will breakdown critical imaging findings to help the ragiologist come to the appropriate diagnosis.

A. Betts, Don't Miss Head and Neck Lesions
B. Weinberg, It's Not All Chiari: Intracranial Hypertension
P. Kranz, The Sagging Brain: Intracranial Hypotension
W. Gibbs, Common Neuroradiology Procedures: Whys and Hows
A. Betts, B. Weinberg, P. Kranz, W. Gibbs
Subcodes: NR, CT, MR, ER
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC506.
SAM Resident Track
Review imaging of polytrauma patients, penetrating trauma, and pelvic trauma. Emergencies causes of hip and peri-hip pain are also reviewed.

F. Munera, Pearls and Pitfalls in Polytrauma
K. Shanmuganathan, Blades and Bullets: Penetrating Torso Trauma
F. Berger, Imaging Pelvic Trauma
M. Kumaravel, Hip and Peri-hip Causes of Pain
F. Munera, K. Shanmuganathan, F. Berger, M. Kumaravel
Subcodes: ER, CT, MK
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RC11.
SAM Resident Track
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

J. Kunjummen, BI-RADS 3 on Mammography and Ultrasound
L. Margolies, BI-RADS 4
B. Adrada, Radiologic-Pathologic Correlation in Breast Imaging
T. Moseley, BI-RADS 3 on Breast MRI
B. Adrada, Imaging of Breast Implants and Pathologic Conditions
J. Kunjummen, L. Margolies, B. Adrada, T. Moseley, B. Adrada
Subcodes: BR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS28.
Gastrointestinal Imaging

Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS29.
Cardiac Imaging

Subcodes: CA
Credits: 1.5 CME