Cardiothoracic imaging studies make up the largest percentage of imaging studies interpreted in most radiology practices. As a result, most radiologists in practice are asked to interpret an increasing number of thoracic imaging studies. The second day of the symposium will include a proctored cardiovascular CT and MR case review that will employ web-based technology specially designed by ARRS for this activity. All participants will be able to scroll through the unknown cases prior to receiving the answers and explanations from the faculty. In-person attendees are encouraged to bring their laptop or tablet to fully participate in the discussion of the imaging abnormalities with fellow colleagues. For those participating virtually, cases will be accessed through the Symposium Portal.
This new web-based technology for case review gives participants the flexibility to view the cases until November 22.
Faculty: U. Joseph Schoepf, MD, Hans Christophe Becker, MD, and Carlos De Cecco, MD
Below is an example from the case website