Daily Schedule

Schedule Day   

Radiology Review
SAM Credit
Resident Track
ARLM
Global Exchange
Educational Track
 
All events will occur at the Sheraton Grand Chicago unless otherwise indicated.

Sunday, May 3, 2020

8:00 AM9:30 AM
Opening Ceremonies and Member Business Meeting

9:30 AM10:00 AM
Beverage Break – Ballroom Promenade

10:00 AM12:00 NOON
FC01.
SAM
A Glimpse Of Your Future: How AI, ML, and DL are Going to Change Your Career. This Session will first introduce AI, ML, and DL. The session will then present a point/counterpoint discussion about the evils and benefits of AI in medical imaging and discus how AI will completely change medical imaging.

R. Wiggins, Introduction to AI, ML, and DL
G. Zaharchuk, How AI, ML, and DL are Going to Change Your Career
J. Villanueva-Meyer, How AI, ML, and DL are Going to Change Your Career
R. Wiggins, G. Zaharchuk, J. Villanueva-Meyer
Subcodes: HP, ED, SO, PS
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC02.
SAM
Life-threatening contrast reactions are rare with the uniform use of low and iso-osmolar contrast. When such reactions unexpectedly occur, radiologists are frequently ill prepared to manage such, often-making irreversible errors with potentially grave consequences including patient death. This course addresses common management errors made during unexpected contrast reactions that must be avoided.

M. Parker, Differentiate Physiologic from Allergic-Like Reactions
G. Salazar, Clinical Scenarios I-IV
J. Pahade, Clinical Scenarios V-VIII
M. Parker, Clinical Scenario IX
M. Sakala, Clinical Scenario X-XII
M. Parker, G. Salazar, J. Pahade, M. Parker, M. Sakala
Subcodes: PS, ED, PT
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC03.
The course has three segments. The first an overview of all AJR processes from submission to publication. All reviewer functions and steps in the review process will be discussed. The second portion of the presentation covers optimal approaches for all sections of a manuscript with examples of excellent and poor reviews. The third portion of the session will be open questions with the speakers.

T. Berquist, Rock the Review: How to Get a Perfect Score
J. Provenzale, Rock the Review: How to Get a Perfect Score
T. Berquist, J. Provenzale
Subcodes: ED, OT
Credits: 2 CME
FC04.
SAM
This session will review thyroid cancer epidemiology, risk stratification, imaging and therapy guidelines including indications, challenges and controversies for both adult and pediatric patients.

E. Akin, Epidemiology and Imaging Trends in Thyroid Cancer
D. Yoo, Risk Stratification, Challenges and Controversies
L. Gordon, The Pediatric Patient
A. Sheikh, Case-Based Approach to the Thyroid Cancer Patient
E. Akin, D. Yoo, L. Gordon, A. Sheikh
Subcodes: HN, PD, NM, PS
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC05.
SAM Global Exchange
This multimodality, multispecialty presentation will highlight the similarities and differences in diagnostic approaches to common presentations and challenges of cardiovascular diseases. The format will be one of international comradery to provide attendees with an effective and productive experience of how different cardiovascular entities are identified and managed in the US and Argentina.

F. Gutierrez, Imaging Pericardial Tamponade and Constriction
P. Carrascosa, Role of Spectral CT in Cardiovascular Imaging
L. Dragonetti, Cardiac Magnetic Resonance in Fabry Disease
A. Bierhals, Post-Operative Aortic Valve and Root
H. Bedi, Carotid Plaque Characterization
S. Rossini, Imaging Complications of Abdominal Vascular Stents
F. Gutierrez, P. Carrascosa, L. Dragonetti, A. Bierhals, H. Bedi, S. Rossini
Subcodes: CA, NR
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
12:00 NOON1:00 PM
Lunch Break - On Own

1:00 PM2:00 PM
AJR Year in Review

1:00 PM3:00 PM
FC06.
SAM
By utilizing and heavily emphasizing custom developed graphic and visual AI software, this course dissects out the primary energies and fields used in the MR imaging process, explains their associated unique safety risks, and focuses on methodology as to how to assess and even quantify these potential risks associated with MR scanning of various foreign bodies, implants, and medical devices.

E. Kanal, Understanding MR Safety through AI Software Simulation
E. Kanal
Subcodes: MR, PS, ED, HP
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC07.
SAM
This course will offer the opportunity for attendees to learn and enhance rectal MRI skills. Using case-based approach the faculty will highlight the pearls and pitfalls in using rectal MRI for staging and follow up evaluation of patients with rectal cancer.

M. Harisinghani, Rectal Cancer Staging MR
M. Gollub, Rectal Cancer Staging MR: Interactive Workshop
D. Kim, Rectal Cancer Staging MR: Interactive Workshop
K. Jhaveri, Rectal Cancer Staging MR: Interactive Workshop
M. Harisinghani, M. Gollub, D. Kim, K. Jhaveri
Subcodes: GI, MR
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC08.
SAM
F18-fluciclovine PET is at the forefront of imaging for prostate cancer and requires its own special reader training. Prostate specific membrane antigen targeted radiopharmaceuticals for PET imaging and for delivery of therapeutic radiation are now in phase 3 trials and thus may soon be available to greatly expand the role of nuclear medicine in the care of patients with prostate cancer.

S. Galgano, Mastering the Interpretation of Fluciclovine-PET
K. Zukotynski, PSMA-targeted PET imaging for prostate cancer
P. Kuo, Theranostics for Prostate Cancer
S. Galgano, K. Zukotynski, P. Kuo
Subcodes: NM, GU
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC09.
SAM
This mini Head and Neck Symposium will enable participants to dive deep into head and neck anatomy and pathology. The lectures in Part I will cover the topics related to temporal bone and Orbits: I Cant See You and I Cant Hear You. This head and neck review will be invaluable to those preparing for certifying exam as well as daily practice.

N. Koontz, Conductive Hearing Loss
R. Wiggins, Sensorineural Hearing Loss
P. Chapman, Pulsatile Tinnitus
M. Jhaveri, Orbital Anatomy, Infection, Inflammation
E. Quigley, Orbital Trauma
D. Shatzkes, Orbital Lesions: Tumors and Vascular Malformations
N. Koontz, R. Wiggins, P. Chapman, M. Jhaveri, E. Quigley, D. Shatzkes
Subcodes: HN, NR, CT, MR
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
RS.
Resident Track
This course will provide an introduction to financial topics pertinent to trainee and staff radiologists to increase their financially literacy with the hope to decrease physician burnout and stress. It will be given by radiologists who are passionate about the subject and who will provide an unbiased approach to personal finance.

G. Mitchell, Student Loan Debt Management for Radiologists
S. Chan, Protecting Your Most Valuable Asset: Your Income
C. Walker, Investing 101
J. Donald, Prioritizing Your Income as a First-Year Attending
G. Mitchell, S. Chan, C. Walker, J. Donald
Subcodes: ED, OT
Credits: 2 CME
3:00 PM3:30 PM
Beverage Break – Ballroom Promenade

3:30 PM5:30 PM
FC10.
SAM
This mini Head and Neck Symposium will enable participants to dive deep into head and neck anatomy and pathology. The lectures in Part II will cover the topics related to sinonasal cavity and supra- and infrahyoid neck: I Cant Smell You and Whats this Lump in My Neck. This head and neck review will be invaluable to those preparing for certifying exam as well as daily practice.

L. Ledbetter, Sinonasal Anatomy and Inflammation
K. Baugnon, Sinonasal Neoplasms and Mimics
P. Hudgins, Imaging Workup of CSF-Rhinnorhea
C. Glastonbury, Cervical Lymphadenopathy
M. Mamlouk, Imaging of Thyroid Nodules Made Simple
C. Phillips, Imaging Workup of Hyperparathyroidism
L. Ledbetter, K. Baugnon, P. Hudgins, C. Glastonbury, M. Mamlouk, C. Phillips
Subcodes: HN, NR, CT, MR
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC11.
SAM
The course begins with an overview of Mass Casualty Incidents and an understanding of these situations from the perspective of the military. The role of imaging in triaging and increasing throughput follows by breaking down the imaging process map in different talks with provoking questions. Useful tips and strategies for improvement and integration into your own department are discussed.

S. Chong, Mass Casualty Incidents: An Introduction
R. Bilow, MCI: Radiology Plan Development
E. Roberge, MCI Lessons Learned from a Military Radiologist
C. Sliker, MCI Strategies: Protocols, Processing, and PACS
K. Linnau, MCI Strategies: Staff, Scanners, and Stretchers
M. Bernstein, MCI Strategies: Ordering and Communication
R. Bilow, MCI Education Strategies
F. Berger, MCI: Simulate to Stimulate
S. Chong, R. Bilow, E. Roberge, C. Sliker, K. Linnau, M. Bernstein, R. Bilow, F. Berger
Subcodes: ER, ED, CT, GN
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC12.
SAM
This session focuses on strategies for recognizing and dealing with difficult conversations and microaggressions. The first hour will cover: Introduction to Microaggressions, The Use of Mindfulness in Difficult Conversations, Engaging in Difficult Conversations , and What to Say in the Moment. The second hour will be interactive and include a variety of scenarios and potential responses.

N. Kagetsu, Introduction
C. DeBenedectis, Introduction to Microaggressions
A. Jay, The Use of Mindfulness in Difficult Conversations
L. Deitte, Engaging in Difficult Conversations
N. Kagetsu, What to Say in the Moment
N. Kagetsu, C. DeBenedectis, A. Jay, L. Deitte, N. Kagetsu
Subcodes: ED, HP, SO
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC13.
SAM
Three parts: 1. Describe the current status and practice gaps in peer review in radiology. 2. Demonstrate the difference between peer review and peer learning with best practices and challenges. 3. Interactive panel discussion

N. Kadom, Key Differences of Peer Review Versus Peer Learning
C. Lee, State of Peer Review in 2018
R. Sharpe, Implementing Peer Learning
S. Goldberg-Stein, Just Culture Model and Peer Review
J. Pahade, Making the Case for Peer Learning
N. Kadom, C. Lee, R. Sharpe, S. Goldberg-Stein, J. Pahade
Subcodes: ED, HP, SO
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC14.
SAM
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, pitfalls in cirrhotic livers and the use of hepatobiliary contrast agents in cirrhosis.

K. Fowler, Imaging of Diffuse Liver Diseases
C. Sirlin, LI-RADS: The Past, Present, and Future
K. Elsayes, Pitfalls and Misdiagnoses in Cirrhosis
V. Chernyak, Use of Gadoxetate Disodium in Patients with Cirrhosis
K. Fowler, C. Sirlin, K. Elsayes, V. Chernyak
Subcodes: GI, MR
Credits: 2 CME/SAM

Monday, May 4, 2020

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

Power Hour: Emergency/General Radiology

8:30 AM10:00 AM
IC101.
SAM Resident Track
During this session, a series of challenging unknown cases in abdominal imaging will be shown, along with discussion of findings and differential diagnosis.

C. Menias, Challenging Abdominal Unknown Cases: Part 1
P. Pickhardt, Challenging Abdominal Unknown Cases: Part 2
C. Menias, P. Pickhardt
Subcodes: GI, GU, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC102.
SAM
This course will review the new staging guidelines for breast cancer. New digital pathology technology will be introduced, which has the potential to help shape future tumor boards. We will discuss SNPs in identifying high risk patients.

H. Pederson, SNPs Radiogenomics
B. Calhoun, New Breast Cancer Staging Guidelines
H. Gilmore, Digital Pathology Tumor Board
H. Pederson, B. Calhoun, H. Gilmore
Subcodes: BR, OT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC103.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the most commonly missed diagnoses in pediatric MSK imaging with focus on differentiating normal variants from trauma, determining pathology from normal variants in pediatric cartilage and bone marrow, and using imaging to assist in the differentiation of pediatric infection.

N. Chauvin, Pitfalls in Pediatric MSK Trauma: What Is Normal?
J. Nguyen, Pitfalls in Pediatric Infection
A. Schapiro, Pitfalls in Pediatric Marrow and Cartilage Imaging
N. Chauvin, J. Nguyen, A. Schapiro
Subcodes: MK, PD, ER, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC104.
SAM Resident Track
Common disorders of the lymphatic system are reviewed with attention to clinical presentation and imaging features. The audience becomes familiar with MR lymphangiography protocols and interpretation. Interventional aspects of the Instructional Course cover minimally invasive techniques to treat lymphatic disorders of the chest and abdomen and the session concludes with pediatric considerations.

G. Nadolski, Lymphatic Disorders and MR Lymphangiography
J. Chick, Thoracic Lymphatic Interventions
J. Gemmete, Abdominal Lymphatic Interventions
R. Srinivasa, Pediatric Lymphatic Interventions
G. Nadolski, J. Chick, J. Gemmete, R. Srinivasa
Subcodes: VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS01.
Genitourinary Imaging - Female Pelvis/Endocrine

SS02.
How to Succeed in Research

J. Leyendecker, How to Succeed in Research: Essential Skills for New Investigators
M. Parker, How to Succeed in Research: Essential Skills for New Investigators
J. Eng, Statistical Pitfalls
P. Sanelli, Introduction to Comparative Effectiveness Research
Y. Ng, AI Basics for New Investigators
S. Tajmir, Research Opportunities in AI
M. Ohliger, Tips for Getting Your First Grant
9:30 AM10:30 AM
Beverage Break – Connection Quad

10:30 AM12:00 NOON
IC105.
SAM Resident Track
This course will explore a variety of emergency and trauma topics including acute vascular injuries and emergencies, the role of whole body CT in trauma, and craniocervical injuries.

O. West, Evaluating Cranio-Cervical Injuries
C. Raptis, Acute Aorta: Interpretation and Management Pearls
S. Nicolaou, WBCE and Advanced Imaging in Polytrauma
S. Steenburg, CTA of Vascular Injuries
O. West, C. Raptis, S. Nicolaou, S. Steenburg
Subcodes: ER, GN, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC106.
SAM Resident Track
This course is a review of the role of cardiac MR imaging in assessment of ischemic and nonischemic cardiomyopathies

J. Collins, The Ischemic Ventricle
K. Cummings, The Hypertrophied Ventricle
C. Dennie, The Inflamed Ventricle
B. Sundaram, The Infiltrated Ventricle
J. Collins, K. Cummings, C. Dennie, B. Sundaram
Subcodes: CA, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC107.
SAM
This series of lectures will review the latest advances in stroke imaging in the adult and pediatric patient. The discussion on CNS vasculitis will provide the audience with an understanding of the imaging features of various CNS vasculitidies and advances in the techniques for diagnosis.

J. Becker, Imaging of Stroke: 2020 Update
S. Palasis, Pediatric Stroke
A. Osborn, CNS Vasculitis, Update 2020: Pathology and Imaging
J. Becker, S. Palasis, A. Osborn
Subcodes: NR, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC108.
SAM Resident Track
This session will focus on the normal and abnormal MR findings in the lesser joints to include the forefoot, hand and wrist.

H. Umans, MRI of the Forefoot
N. Subhas, MRI of the Wrist
C. Chung, MR of the Hand
H. Umans, N. Subhas, C. Chung
Subcodes: MK, US, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS03.
Genitourinary Imaging - Prostate

SS04.
Breast Imaging

12:00 NOON1:00 PM
Lunch - Corporate Lunch Symposium - Topic TBD

Lunch - Connection Quad

1:30 PM3:00 PM
IC109.
This course presents cases and commentary on malpractice litigation in radiology; failure to diagnose; appropriate communication; radiation exposure and radiation-induced injuries; informed consent; new technologies, including CT screening; medical-legal controversies surrounding mammography; and the problems with expert witnesses.

L. Berlin, Malpractice Involving Radiology, Update 2020
L. Berlin
Subcodes: HP, SO
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC110.
SAM Resident Track
This course will explore pearls and pitfalls in abdominal trauma and musculoskeletal injuries to the acetabulum and calcaneus.

J. Soto, Pitfalls in Imaging of Blunt Abdominal Trauma
F. Munera, Pearls and Pitfalls of Retroperitoneal Injuries
S. Spence, Acetabular Fractures: The Basics
M. Kumaravel, Calcaneal Fracture Imaging
J. Soto, F. Munera, S. Spence, M. Kumaravel
Subcodes: ER, GN, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC111.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on recent innovations (i.e.. new instrumentation and radiopharmaceuticals) that have implications for abdominal PET/CT in clinical practice.

T. Wong, Technical Advances
M. Osman, Prostate PET/CT
O. James, Neuroendocrine PET/CT
G. Dillehay, Lutathera: What You Need to Know to Start Your Program
T. Wong, M. Osman, O. James, G. Dillehay
Subcodes: NM, GI, GU, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC112.
SAM
The course will focus on the advances in Ultrasound including Contrast ultrasound , LI-RADS in Ultrasound and elastography

S. Sheth, CEUS in the Kidney and Liver
H. Choi, Elastography: Clinical Applications
M. Caserta, Neck Ultrasound: Beyond the Thyroid
S. Rodgers, Ultrasound LI-RADS
S. Sheth, H. Choi, M. Caserta, S. Rodgers
Subcodes: US, GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC113.
SAM Resident Track
Pelvic venous disease and uterine fibroids can significantly and negatively impact QoL. Further, post-partum hemorrhage and placenta accreta can lead to life-threatening hemorrhage. This session will review diagnosis and established treatment options in major womens health issues.

T. Caridi, Uterine Fibroid Management in 2020
C. Kaufman, Post-Partum Hemorrhage and Placenta Accreta
R. Winokur, Role of IR in Pelvic Venous Disease
T. Caridi, C. Kaufman, R. Winokur
Subcodes: VI, GU, OB
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS05.
Musculoskeletal Imaging

3:00 PM3:30 PM
Beverage Break – Connection Quad

3:30 PM5:00 PM
IC114.
SAM Resident Track
This course will be an introduction to the core concepts of quality and safety

A. Kelly, Key Definitions in Quality and Safety
P. Cronin, From QC to QA to QI to CQI
H. Abujudeh, Components of a Radiology Quality and Safety Program
S. Bastawrous, Just Culture and What It Means for Radiology
A. Kelly, P. Cronin, H. Abujudeh, S. Bastawrous
Subcodes: QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC115.
SAM Resident Track
In this course, participant will learn the workup and management of lymph nodes, both from a radiologist and surgeon perspective.

H. Marshall, Imaging Evaluation of Lymph Nodes
D. Plecha, Lymph Node Procedures
M. Miller, Surgical Management of Lymph Nodes
H. Marshall, D. Plecha, M. Miller
Subcodes: BR, US, BI, DM
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC116.
SAM Resident Track
This introductory lecture series will cover basic patterns of HRCT with a focus on using an approach to generate concise differential diagnoses. The talks will be geared towards the ARRS members and members in training who would like a refresher on HRCT interpretation.

S. Agarwal, Septal Lines and Crazy Paving
N. Parkar, Micronodules
B. Little, Cystic Lung Disease
S. Rossi, Mosaic Attenuation
S. Agarwal, N. Parkar, B. Little, S. Rossi
Subcodes: CH, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC117.
SAM Resident Track
This course will cover relevant topics in biliary imaging, including MRCP, cholangiocarcinoma, and interventions.

C. Moreno, MR Choloangiopancreatography: 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, VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC118.
SAM Resident Track
The course will describe various entities that may mimic tumors in the brain, spine, and head and neck

K. Salzman, Head and Neck Tumor Mimics
A. Osborn, Brain in Flame: Non-Infectious Neuroinflammation
V. Shah, Spine Tumor Mimics
K. Salzman, A. Osborn, V. Shah
Subcodes: NR, CT, MR, HN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS06.
Musculoskeletal Imaging

5:00 PM6:00 PM
SRS.
When a useful new technology is discovered, several things usually follow. Those who use the technology correspond with each other and exchange information. Pretty soon they form a society. The society holds annual meetings and eventually the society publishes a journal. This session will look at radiology journals through the years.

M. Huckman, The History of Radiology Journals
M. Huckman
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1 CME

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

7:00 AM8:00 AM
Power Hour: Neuroradiology

Power Hour: Genitourinary Imaging

8:30 AM10:00 AM
IC201.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review pathology and imaging in hip pain including labral and cartilage pathology, surrounding tendon and bursal abnormalities as well as the imaging features of athletic pubalgia and adductor injuries.

D. Blankenbaker, Imaging of the Athletic Hip: Intra-Articular Pathology
J. Peterson, Imaging of the Painful Hip: Extra-Articular Pathology
A. Zoga, Athletic Pubalgia and Adductor Injuries
D. Blankenbaker, J. Peterson, A. Zoga
Subcodes: MK, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC202.
SAM Resident Track
The spectrum of critical considerations for care of pediatric patients will be covered in this course. Speakers working primarily as dedicated pediatric interventional radiologists share important tips geared to those primarily practicing adult interventional radiologist and pediatric diagnostic radiology.

M. Acord, Venous Access and Interventions
J. Green, Arterial Access and Interventions
B. Dillon, Nonvascular Interventions
M. Acord, J. Green, B. Dillon
Subcodes: VI, PD
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC203.
SAM Resident Track
In this four part series, the focus will be on conditions often evaluated by HRCT. This session will be geared towards those in practice who read HRCT.

J. Gruden, Diagnosing ULP
B. Elicker, Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis
S. Hobbs, Pneumoconioses
M. Parker, Smoking-Related Diseases
J. Gruden, B. Elicker, S. Hobbs, M. Parker
Subcodes: CH, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC204.
SAM Resident Track
This course will be a review of the imaging approach to commonly encountered indications in pediatric neuroimaging.

B. Soares, Imaging of the Neonate with Encephalopathy
S. Milla, Imaging of the Child with Macrocephaly
J. Wright, Imaging of the Child with Epilepsy
C. Maxfield, Imaging of the Infant with a Sacral Dimple
B. Soares, S. Milla, J. Wright, C. Maxfield
Subcodes: PD, NR, MR, HN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS07.
Emergency/General Radiology

SS08.
Neuroradiology

9:30 AM10:30 AM
Beverage Break – Connection Quad

10:30 AM12:00 NOON
IC205.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on commonly misdiagnosed and misunderstood disease processes and presentations in MSK imaging to include atypical presentations of inflammatory arthropathy, soft tissue calcifications and intra-articular masses.

L. Ladd, Soft Tissue Calcifications: Navigating the Differential
C. Andrews, Joints: Differentiating Intra-Articular Masses
D. Flemming, Atypical Presentations of Inflammatory Arthropathies
L. Ladd, C. Andrews, D. Flemming
Subcodes: MK, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC206.
SAM Resident Track
This session will address thoracic masses outside of the lung with emphasis on approach to diagnosis and generation of differential diagnoses.

M. Hammer, Approach to Mediastinal Masses
J. Lichtenberger, Approach to Pleural and Chest Wall Masses
T. Tao, Special Considerations in Pediatric Thoracic Masses
D. Naeger, PET/CT and Thoracic Masses
M. Hammer, J. Lichtenberger, T. Tao, D. Naeger
Subcodes: CH, CT, PD, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC207.
SAM Resident Track
The course will review important imaging features of pathologies that are important to recognize in the brain, spine, and head and neck.

C. Torres, The Many Faces of Bacterial CNS Infections
W. Gibbs, Dont Miss Lesions: Spine
A. Betts, Dont Miss Lesions: Head and Neck
C. Torres, W. Gibbs, A. Betts
Subcodes: NR, CT, MR, ER
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC208.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review rules and regulations associated with radioactivity being used in clinical practice as well as providing a discussion on topics in PET/CT, PET/MR and reviewing commonly missed findings in general nuclear medicine and PET.

D. Metter, Must Know Rules and Regulations
H. Nadel, PET/CT or PET/MR?
K. Banks, Cases to Catch: Part I
H. Agress, Cases to Catch: Part II
D. Metter, H. Nadel, K. Banks, H. Agress
Subcodes: NM, ER, PS, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC209.
SAM
This course will review the role of CT Imaging in the planning and evaluation of surgical and transcatheter valves, electrophysiology procedures, and left ventricular assist devices

P. Rajiah, Surgical Prosthetic Valve Evaluation with CT
S. Zimmerman, TAVR Imaging: Pearls, Pitfalls, and Complications
S. Patel, Imaging to Guide EP Procedures
A. Shah, Left Ventricular Assist Device
P. Rajiah, S. Zimmerman, S. Patel, A. Shah
Subcodes: CA, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS09.
Gastrointestinal Imaging

12:00 NOON1:00 PM
Lunch - Corporate Lunch Symposium - Topic TBD

Lunch - Connection Quad

1:30 PM3:00 PM
IC210.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review imaging features of spine infection and osseous tumors with focus on the surgical implications and approach. This course will also review the post operative spine with emphasis on the implications on surgical management.

E. Walker, Bone Tumors of the Spine: Narrowing the Differential
B. Petersen, Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases of the Spine
L. Shah, Post-Operative Imaging of the Spine
E. Walker, B. Petersen, L. Shah
Subcodes: MK, NR, ER, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC211.
SAM Resident Track
This course will feature different imaging techniques, all using intravenous contrast. We will also discuss the potential harms of gadolinium.

C. Comstock, Abbreviated Breast MRI
C. Badve, Gadolinium Deposition
B. Patel, Contrast-Enhanced Mammography
C. Comstock, C. Badve, B. Patel
Subcodes: BR, DM, MO, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC212.
SAM Resident Track
This course is a further introduction to the core concepts of quality and safety

M. Bruno, RCA and HFMEA
J. Kruskal, Peer Review in Radiology
H. Abujudeh, Standardized Protocols and Checklists
A. Kelly, Communication in Radiology
M. Bruno, J. Kruskal, H. Abujudeh, A. Kelly
Subcodes: QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC213.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the most recent releases of standardized systems used in diagnosis of cystic renal masses (Bosniak 2019), prostate neoplasm (PI-RADS v2.1) and bladder neoplasm (VI-RADS). The course will review the imaging criteria, reporting guidelines and evidence supporting each of the systems.

M. Davenport, Updates on Bosniak 2019 Criteria
S. Verma, Updates on PI-RADS V2.1
D. Margolis, Review of VI-RADS
M. Davenport, S. Verma, D. Margolis
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT01.
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.

P. Trivedi, Rapid Fire Review: Arterial
R. Ramaswamy, Tips: Fundamental Review and Current Clinical Update
D. Abdollahian, Rapid Fire Review: Venous
R. Ramaswamy, Prostate Artery Embolization
H. Chou, Rapid Fire Review: Nonvascular
P. Trivedi, R. Ramaswamy, D. Abdollahian, R. Ramaswamy, H. Chou
Subcodes: VI, RF
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS10.
Gastrointestinal Imaging

3:00 PM3:30 PM
Beverage Break – Connection Quad

3:30 PM5:00 PM
IC214.
SAM
This course will center on the imaging of the patient who has been diagnosed and treated for lung cancer.

M. Truong, Assessing Response to Treatment
F. Fintelmann, Imaging after Immunotherapy
B. Carter, Imaging after Radiation Therapy
M. Chung, Imaging after Surgical Treatment
M. Truong, F. Fintelmann, B. Carter, M. Chung
Subcodes: CH, CT, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC215.
SAM Resident Track
This session will cover a host of acute indications for abdominal imaging.

B. Pooler, Imaging of Appendicitis and Alternative Diagnoses
V. Mellnick, Imaging of Abdominal Bleeding
D. Katz, Non-Contrast CT of the Acute Abdomen
B. Pooler, V. Mellnick, D. Katz
Subcodes: GI, ER
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC216.
SAM
This course will review the current role of CT in the evaluation of atherosclerotic and non-atherosclerotic coronary disease as well as the post-operative aorta and how to incorporate MRA into thoracic vascular evaluations

J. Jacobs, Coronary CTA: Atherosclerotic Disease Evaluation
D. Vargas, Coronary CTA: Beyond Stenosis
C. Raptis, Imaging of the Post-Operative Thoracic Aorta
C. Francois, MR Angiography of the Chest: How I Do It
J. Jacobs, D. Vargas, C. Raptis, C. Francois
Subcodes: CA, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC217.
SAM Resident Track
This didactic course will review the diagnosis and management for failing dialysis access as well as provide the latest in completely percutaneous dialysis access creation.

O. Ahmed, What to Do When Dialysis Access Intervention Fails
R. Razdan, Improving the Dialysis Access: Beyond Angioplasty
J. Perez Lozada, Endovascular AVF: From Patient Selection to Creation
R. Navuluri, Manage Access Complications in Dialysis Intervention
O. Ahmed, R. Razdan, J. Perez Lozada, R. Navuluri
Subcodes: VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT02.
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. Lim, Case-based Review of Nuclear Medicine
P. Kuo, Case-based Review of Nuclear Medicine
P. Bhambhvani, Case-based Review of Nuclear Medicine
W. Rieter, Case-based Review of Nuclear Medicine
R. Lim, P. Kuo, P. Bhambhvani, W. Rieter
Subcodes: NM, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS11.
Pediatric Imaging


Wednesday, May 6, 2020

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

Power Hour: Nuclear Medicine

8:30 AM10:00 AM
IC301.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review imaging features in muscle injury and idiopathic and infectious myositis as well as muscle atrophy patterns in nerve impingement.

D. Goodwin, Muscle Injury and Trauma
M. Jesse, Infectious and Inflammatory Myositis
M. Mills, Nerve Impingement Syndromes-Patterns of Muscle Atrophy
D. Goodwin, M. Jesse, M. Mills
Subcodes: MK, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC302.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the challenges and solutions for dealing with difficult patients.

R. Gunderman, The Difficult Patient
R. Gunderman
Subcodes: OT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC303.
In this presentation, ABR leaders will discuss various aspects of Continuous Certification (also known as MOC). Presentations will include discussions of controversies regarding continuous certification and enhancements in ABRs programs, including Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA). The participant will gain a greater understanding of ABR processes and requirements.

B. Wagner, Controversies About Continuous Certification
V. Mathews, Online Longitudinal Assessment Update
B. Wagner, V. Mathews
Subcodes: OT
Credits: 1.5 CME
RT03.
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.

D. Wolfman, Renal Cases with Rapid Review
A. Kielar, Guidelines and Updates for the Prostate: 2020
A. Kielar, Guidelines and Updates for Kidneys: 2020
B. Wildman-Tobriner, Prostate and Testicle Cases with Rapid Review
A. Mariano, Ureters, Bladder and Gynecology Rapid Review
A. Kielar, D. Wolfman, A. Kielar, B. Wildman-Tobriner, A. Mariano
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS12.
Efficacy/Education/Administration

SS13.
Gastrointestinal Imaging

9:30 AM10:30 AM
Beverage Break – Connection Quad

10:30 AM12:00 NOON
IC304.
SAM Resident Track
This course will discuss how to implement tomosynthesis in your practice. New updates in tomosynthesis will be presented, including synthetic mammography.

E. Conant, DBT Update
S. Friedewald, DBT Clinical Operations
E. Conant, S. Friedewald
Subcodes: BR, MO, DM
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC305.
SAM Resident Track
This course will include lectures that would cover topics in gynecologic pathologies, including the uterus and adnexae

J. Langer, Uterine Ultrasound: From Inside Out
A. Gupta, Acute Pelvic Pain
M. Moshiri, Adnexal Masses: What (Not) to Ignore
J. Langer, A. Gupta, M. Moshiri
Subcodes: US, GU, OB
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC306.
SAM
This course will focus on guidelines that may be incorporated into the daily interpretation of Chest CT.

S. Kligerman, Diagnosing UIP on CT
C. Wu, L-RADS 1.1
J. Ko, Approach to Incidental Findings on Chest CT
A. Huete, Approach to Pulmonary Hypertension
S. Kligerman, C. Wu, J. Ko, A. Huete
Subcodes: CH, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT04.
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.

W. Masch, Biliary Diseases
S. Wang, Multisystem Diseases Affecting the Abdomen/GI Tract
R. O'Malley, Imaging of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
R. O'Malley, Retroperitoneum, Peritoneum, and Mesentery
M. Yano, Diffuse Liver and Gallbladder Diseases
M. Yano, R. O'Malley, S. Wang, W. Masch
Subcodes: GI, CT, MR, RF
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS14.
Musculoskeletal Imaging

SS15.
Vascular/Interventional Imaging

12:00 NOON1:00 PM
Lunch - Connection Quad

Lunch - Corporate Lunch Symposium - Topic TBD

1:30 PM3:00 PM
IC307.
SAM Resident Track
This course will cover various aspects of Doppler in the neck, mesentery, kidneys and liver , as well as the extremities

J. Thompson, Carotid Doppler: Beyond the Velocities
M. Revzin, Mesenteric Doppler
M. Lockhart, Essentials of Liver and Renal Doppler
G. Gunabushanam, Peripheral Arterial Doppler
J. Thompson, M. Revzin, M. Lockhart, G. Gunabushanam
Subcodes: US, VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC308.
SAM
In this course, talks will describe different CSF-related- pathologies and associated the imaging features.

V. Zohrabian, Imaging of Intracranial Hypertension
T. Amrhein, Diagnostic Workup and Treatment of SIH
M. Parsons, Big Vents: Causes of Hydrocephalus
V. Zohrabian, T. Amrhein, M. Parsons
Subcodes: NR, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC309.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on a review of excellence in practice

R. Gunderman, The Psychology of Excellence in Education
R. Gunderman, Update on Ethics and Professionalism
R. Gunderman, R. Gunderman
Subcodes: QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC310.
SAM
This course will review the role of CT and MR in the evaluation of patients with atrial septal defects, pregnancy-related diseases, pulmonary hypertension, and oncological diseases

L. Haramati, MR and CT Imaging of Atrial Septal Defects
C. Javidan-Nejad, Cardiovascular Diseases in Pregnancy
L. Heyneman, MR and CT Imaging for Pulmonary Hypertension
G. Gladish, Cardiac Imaging in Oncology Patients
L. Haramati, C. Javidan-Nejad, L. Heyneman, G. Gladish
Subcodes: CA, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT05.
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, Review of CT Lung Terminology: Part I and Part II
D. Naeger, Imaging of Lung Cancer
R. Renapurkar, Imaging in the Intensive Care Unit
M. Martin, Imaging of Chest Trauma
A. El-Sherief, D. Naeger, R. Renapurkar, M. Martin
Subcodes: CH
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS16.
Breast Imaging

3:00 PM3:30 PM
Beverage Break – Connection Quad

3:30 PM5:00 PM
IC311.
SAM Resident Track
In this course, the participant will be able to evaluate and manage the post-procedural breast. The potential biopsy complications will be discussed.

L. Wang, Post-Biopsy Complications
N. Constantinou, Imaging Evaluation of Lumpectomy Site
A. Lee, Imaging Evaluation of the Post-Mastectomy Patient
L. Wang, N. Constantinou, A. Lee
Subcodes: BR, DM, MO, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC312.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review common acute conditions encountered in the GU track. The lectures will focus on appearances of the conditions on various modalities, and discussions of the tips for correct diagnosis.

V. Chernyak, Acute Gynecologic Emergencies
E. Remer, Acute Renal Emergencies
J. Uyeda, Acute Conditions of the Perineum
V. Chernyak, E. Remer, J. Uyeda
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC313.
SAM
This course will delve into vessel wall imaging and the current clinical applications. Additionally, talks will describe the role of pre-operative advanced MRI techniques, such as perfusion and functional imaging, to aid in not only diagnosis but also treatment planning/

S. McNally, Vessel Wall Imaging
L. Wang, Pre- and Post-Treatment Brain Tumor Imaging
A. Holodny, Clinical Applications of FMRI
S. McNally, L. Wang, A. Holodny
Subcodes: NR, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC314.
SAM
This course will review the normal and abnormal imaging findings in the post operative knee to include cartilage repair, meniscal surgeries and ligament reconstruction.

D. Rubin, Update on Cartilage Repair Surgery
H. Rosas, Imaging of the Post-Operative Meniscus
S. Gyftopoulos, Post-Operative Imaging of the Cruciate Ligaments
E. White, Post-Operative Extensor and Collateral Ligaments
D. Rubin, H. Rosas, S. Gyftopoulos, E. White
Subcodes: MK, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT06.
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.

D. Rosenbaum, Pediatric Musculoskeletal Cases
D. Saul, The Child with Chest Pain
W. McCullough, Best Practices in Pediatric Radiology
A. Khwaja, GI/GU Emergencies in Pediatric Imaging
A. Khwaja, D. Rosenbaum, D. Saul, W. McCullough
Subcodes: PD
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS17.
Cardiac Imaging


Thursday, May 7, 2020

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

Power Hour: Ultrasound

8:30 AM10:00 AM
IC401.
SAM Resident Track
This course will be a review of shoulder pathology with focus on impingement syndromes and the pathology of the cuff and labrum associated with these syndromes as well as other causes of pain around the shoulder outside of the cuff and labrum. Finally, this session will review the normal and abnormal findings in the post operative shoulder.

M. Anderson, Instability Syndromes of the Shoulder
K. Davis, MR of the Painful Shoulder: Beyond the Labrum and Cuff
J. Pierce, MR Imaging in the Post-Operative Shoulder
M. Anderson, K. Davis, J. Pierce
Subcodes: MK, MR, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC402.
SAM Resident Track
This session will cover various aspects of bowel imaging.

D. DiSantis, Radiographic & Barium Pearls for GI Tract Imaging
G. Gayer, Bowel Wall Thickening on CT: Differential Diagnosis
J. Fletcher, The Role of Imaging in Crohns Disease Treatment
D. DiSantis, G. Gayer, J. Fletcher
Subcodes: GI, CT, RF
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC403.
SAM
This course will review advanced concepts pertaining to renal cancer imaging. Various pitfalls in diagnosis of renal masses, and strategies to counter them will be illustrated. Advanced techniques to distinct aggressive renal cancers from indolent masses will be discussed. Tips on the important information imaging can provide prior and following treatment of renal cancers will be provided.

J. Platt, Pitfalls in Renal Mass Diagnosis
S. Silverman, Kidney Cancer: How Radiology Can Fix Overdiagnosis
R. Cohan, Pre- and Post-Treatment Assessment of Renal Cancer
J. Platt, S. Silverman, R. Cohan
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT07.
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. Adrada, Imaging Approach of Palpable Breast Masses
B. Adrada, Imaging Update on Breast Pain
J. Kunjummen, Multimodality Imaging of Male Patients
L. Margolies, Breast Imaging in Young, Pregnant, Lactating Patient
K. Kulkarni, Post-Breast Conservation Therapy Imaging Features
B. Adrada, J. Kunjummen, L. Margolies, K. Kulkarni
Subcodes: BR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS18.
Cardiac Imaging

SS19.
Thoracic Imaging

9:30 AM10:30 AM
Beverage Break – Connection Quad

10:30 AM12:00 NOON
IC404.
SAM
Infections in the pediatric patient can be particularly challenging because of the atypical manifestations, and talks will discuss the helpful imaging features. Talks in this session will aim to demystify pediatric CNS pathologies involving the white matter and cancer predisposition syndromes

C. Jaimes, Challenges of Pediatric CNS Infections
M. Ryan, White Matter Abnormalities Simplified
R. Radhakrishnan, Cancer Predisposition Syndromes and CNS Tumors
C. Jaimes, M. Ryan, R. Radhakrishnan
Subcodes: NR, PD, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC405.
SAM
This course will cover state-of-the-art advances in US, CT, and MR imaging.

N. Dahiya, Advances in Abdominal Ultrasound
B. Patel, Advances in Abdominal CT
M. Ohliger, Advances in Abdominal MR
N. Dahiya, B. Patel, M. Ohliger
Subcodes: GI, US, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC406.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review advances in PET/CT of the heart and lungs with emphasis on the sequelae of immunotherapy, imaging sarcoidosis, amyloidosis, cardiac viability and the use of PET/CT in the context of multimodality imaging.

E. Rohren, PET/CT of the Chest: Pearls and Pitfalls
M. Nathan, PET/CT Findings as Sequelae of Immunotherapy
R. Zeman, Multimodality Cardiac Imaging: Amyloid, Sarcoid
R. Avery, Multimodality Cardiac Imaging: Function and Viability
E. Rohren, M. Nathan, R. Zeman, R. Avery
Subcodes: NM, CA, CH, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT08.
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. Stensby, Rapid Fire: Trauma
J. Baker, Approach to Lucent Bone Lesions
J. Baker, Imaging of Musculoskeletal Infections
H. Garner, Rapid Fire: Normal Variants/Congenital/Developmental
O. Awan, Rapid Fire: Metabolic/Hematologic
H. Garner, J. Stensby, J. Baker, O. Awan
Subcodes: MK
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS20.
Genitourinary Imaging - Prostate

SS21.
Breast Imaging

12:00 NOON1:00 PM
Lunch - Corporate Lunch Symposium - Topic TBD

Lunch - Connection Quad

1:30 PM3:00 PM
IC407.
SAM Resident Track
This course will review the imaging approach to commonly encountered indications in pediatric musculoskeletal imaging.

S. Menashe, Imaging of the Child with a Painful Hip
N. Hull, Imaging of the Child with Suspected Fracture
C. Hollingsworth, Imaging of the Child with Back Pain
J. Stimec, Imaging Approach to Sclerotic Bone Lesions
S. Menashe, N. Hull, C. Hollingsworth, J. Stimec
Subcodes: PD, MK, MR, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC408.
SAM
This course will include advanced topics in gynecologic imaging. A session will demonstrate challenging cases in female pelvic imaging. Practical approach to imaging of patients with pelvic floor dysfunction will be offered. Various image-guided therapeutic approaches in gynecologic malignancies will be reviewed.

C. Menias, Cases for the Aces
A. Venkatesan, Image-Guided Radiation in Gynecological Malignancies
G. Khatri, Dynamic MRI of the Pelvic Floor
C. Menias, A. Venkatesan, G. Khatri
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC409.
SAM Resident Track
This course will cover assessment and superficial and soft tissue abnormalities in MSK ultrasound.

J. Jacobson, Ultrasound of Groin Hernias
T. Morgan, Evaluation of Palpable Abnormalities
Y. Endo, Nerve Entrap Syndromes and US-Guided Interventions
J. Jacobson, T. Morgan, Y. Endo
Subcodes: US, MK
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT09.
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.

K. Hanneman, Valvular Heart Disease Imaging
K. Hanneman, Review of CAD-RADS
D. Raptis, Cardiovascular Imaging Case Review
L. Jimenez Juan, Cardiac MRI Case Review
D. Vargas, Cardiac CT Case Review
K. Hanneman, D. Raptis, L. Jimenez Juan, D. Vargas
Subcodes: CA
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS22.
Neuroradiology

SS23.
Musculoskeletal Imaging

3:00 PM3:30 PM
Beverage Break – Ballroom Promenade

3:30 PM5:00 PM
IC410.
SAM Resident Track
This course will focus on thoracic conditions which may be encountered in the Emergency Department or on-call.

I. Vlahos, Acute Pulmonary Embolism
C. Fuss, Non-Thromboembolic Pulmonary Emboli
A. Bernheim, Imaging of Diffuse Pulmonary Hemorrhage
C. Lee, Approach to the Acute Aortic Syndrome
I. Vlahos, C. Fuss, A. Bernheim, C. Lee
Subcodes: CH, ER, CT, RF
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC411.
SAM Resident Track
This course will be a review of the imaging approach to commonly encountered indications in pediatric body and chest imaging.

L. Linam, Imaging of the Child with Acute Abdomen
P. Thacker, Imaging of the Child with Interstitial Lung Disease
J. Swanson, Imaging of the Child with Acute Shortness of Breath
G. Schooler, Imaging of the Child with a Focal Liver Mass
L. Linam, P. Thacker, J. Swanson, G. Schooler
Subcodes: PD, CH, GI, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC412.
SAM
This course presents new breast imaging topics. We will discuss breast density assessment methods. We will discuss Artificial Intelligence as it relates to breast imaging. We will also discuss screening in the transgender population.

J. Harvey, Breast Density Assessment Methods
M. Bahl, Artificial Intelligence
J. Hayward, Transgender Screening
J. Harvey, M. Bahl, J. Hayward
Subcodes: BR, DM, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC413.
SAM
This course will cover imaging of malignancy in the setting of cirrhosis.

M. Bashir, Imaging of Focal Lesions in the Cirrhotic Liver
K. Fowler, Malignancy in Cirrhosis: When Its Not Definitely HCC
F. Miller, Challenges in the Assessment of Liver Directed Therapy
M. Bashir, K. Fowler, F. Miller
Subcodes: GI, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS24.
Efficacy/Education/Administration

SS25.
Vascular/Interventional Radiology


Friday, May 8, 2020

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

Power Hour: Pediatric Imaging

8:30 AM10:00 AM
IC501.
SAM Resident Track
This course will go over practical approach to the imaging work-up of pathologies in the spine (low back pain), head and neck (Horners syndrome) and brain (headache).

A. Grayev, How to Do It: Work up of Low Back Pain
A. Bhatt, How to Do It: Work up of Horners Syndrome
P. Kranz, Tips to Detect Life-Threatening Causes of Headache
A. Grayev, A. Bhatt, P. Kranz
Subcodes: NR, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC502.
SAM Resident Track
This course will go over practical approach to the imaging work-up of pathologies in the spine (low back pain), head and neck (Horners syndrome) and brain (headache).

G. Abbott, Understanding Collapse/Atelectasis
D. Raptis, Approach to Misplaced Central Catheters
R. Shah, Maximizing the Lateral
S. Bhalla, Tips for Diagnosing Vascular Conditions on CXR
G. Abbott, D. Raptis, R. Shah, S. Bhalla
Subcodes: CH, RF, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC503.
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 described 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
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT10.
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.

P. Wang, Understanding Uterine Ultrasound
P. Jha, Dont Miss This on Obstetric Ultrasound
A. Kennedy, Pregnant and in Pain
A. Kennedy, Love Those Lumps
G. Fananapazir, Renal Transplants: What You Need to Know
A. Kennedy, G. Fananapazir, P. Wang, P. Jha
Subcodes: US, OB, ER, GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS26.
Nuclear Medicine

SS27.
Efficacy/Education/Administration

10:00 AM10:30 AM
Beverage Break – Ballroom Promenade

10:30 AM12:00 NOON
IC504.
SAM Resident Track
The course will review a practical approach to diagnosis of gynecologic malignancies. Tips for optimized imaging techniques, accurate staging, and reporting will be discussed.

V. Paroder, Cervical Cancer
D. Ganeshan, Endometrial Cancer
P. Bhosale, Ovarian Cancer
V. Paroder, D. Ganeshan, P. Bhosale
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC505.
SAM
This course will review techniques for myocardial mapping and troubleshooting troublesome CT and MR exams and the approaches to cardiac masses and pericardial diseases

K. Hanneman, Myocardial Mapping: What to Do and Say
C. Jokerst, Tips and Tricks for Salvaging Troublesome CT/MR Cases
P. Agarwal, Cardiac Mass Evaluation: How I Do It
J. Hsu, Role of Imaging in Pericardial Diseases
K. Hanneman, C. Jokerst, P. Agarwal, J. Hsu
Subcodes: CA, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC506.
SAM Resident Track
This course will provide a review of the imaging features of benign and malignant bone tumors and an update on the use of advanced imaging techniques for diagnosis and treatment planning. This section will also review differential diagnosis in soft tissue tumors and advanced imaging techniques to assist in the diagnosis.

D. Wenger, Benign Bone Tumors: Imaging Tips for Making an Accurate Diagnosis
B. Amini, Malignant Bone Tumors: What the Surgeon Wants to Know
M. Murphey, Soft Tissue Tumors: Diagnosis and Advanced Imaging
D. Wenger, B. Amini, M. Murphey
Subcodes: MK, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT11.
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.

M. Chapman, Rapid Fire Review: Head and Neck
K. Fink, Cerebral Angiography Correlates for the Diagnostic Radiologist
T. Kennedy, Pearls and Pitfalls of the Skull Base
J. Becker, Rapid Fire Review: Spine and Syndromes
M. Chapman, K. Fink, T. Kennedy, J. Becker
Subcodes: NR, HN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS28.
Thoracic Imaging

SS29.
Gastrointestinal Imging