After attending the symposium, participants will be able to:
- Apply LI-RADS diagnostic criteria in patients at risk for HCC.
- Implement dual-energy CT in clinical practice for liver and pancreatic tumor imaging.
- Compare advantages of different MRI protocols for liver imaging.
- Revisit cancer risk of incidentally detected gallbladder polyps and review new SRU consensus statement recommendations.
Registration for the symposium opens Monday, August 8. Your membership must be current to receive the discounted member rate. Nonmembers may apply for ARRS membership and pay the member fees.
Residents and fellows with an interest in abdominal imaging as well as practicing radiologists looking to improve their interpretation of hepatopancreatobiliary cancer imaging.