Earn credit at your own pace through June 20, 2025 and continue to access your videos until June 20, 2032. See below for detailed information and learning outcomes.
This course package offers 27 CME following completion of an online test.
Video content for this Online Course will be available to view until June 20, 2032, which is ten years following the issuance date of this course. ARRS reserves the right to remove video content before the end of the ten year period. Video content that contradicts current science or misleads the viewer based on changes to accepted clinical practice may be removed on a case-by-case basis.
Learning Outcomes and Modules
After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
- Identify important anatomic structures of the extremities
- List the common pathologic conditions seen with sports injuries
- Recognize the imaging features of sports injuries
- Understand the roles of radiography, ultrasound, CT, and MR imaging in the evaluation of sports injuries
Module 1—Basics and Beyond: Sports Related Knee Injury
- Meniscus: Anatomy, Function, and Dysfunction With Emphasis on Patterns of Failure—Donald Resnick, MD
- Crucial Cruciate Ligament Assessment in the Athlete—Mark Anderson, MD
- Posterolateral Corner Assessment: Basic and Beyond—Christine Chung, MD
- Postoperative Meniscus and Anterior Cruciate Ligament: What the Surgeon Wants to Know—Eric Chang, MD
Module 2—Imaging Patterns of Acute Sports Injury in the Knee: Classification and Treatment
- Bone Marrow Edema Patterns in Athletic Knee Injuries—Alice Ha, MD
- Cartilage Injury and Classification in the Athlete—Naveen Subhas, MD
- Imaging of Cartilage Repair: What the Surgeon Needs to Know—Alissa Burge, MD
- Musculoskeletal Interventions in the Athlete’s Knee—Corey Ho, MD
Module 3—Talk to the Hand: Acute and Chronic Hand and Wrist Sports Injuries
- Ligament Injuries in the Athletic Wrist: More Than the Interosseous Ligaments—Hiroshi Yoshioka, MD
- Overuse Injuries in the Hand and Wrist: From Adolescent to Adult—Tetyana Gorbachova, MD
- Imaging of Thumb Injuries—Jon Jacobson, MD
- Finger Tendon and Pulley Lesions in the Athlete—Connie Chang, MD
Module 4—Chest and Body Related Sports Injuries
- Cardiac Events in Athletes—Lewis Hahn, MD
- Traumatic Lung Injury in Sports—Emily Tsai, MD
- Gut Punch: Blunt Abdominal Trauma in the Athlete—Linda Morimoto, MD
- Scrotal Trauma in the Athlete: Diagnosis and Characterization—A.J. Mariano, MD
Module 5—Elbow Injuries in Sports: Pee Wee to Pro
- Valgus Extension Overload Injuries: Little League to Major League Baseball—Michael Tuite, MD
- Blazing Guns: Imaging Biceps and Triceps Injuries in the Athlete—Benjamin Levine, MD
- Elbow Fractures and Growth Plate Injuries in the Skeletally Immature Athlete—Nancy Chauvin, MD
- Tennis Anyone? Chronic Overuse in the Adult Elbow—Bethany Casagranda, MD
Module 6—Sporting Shoulder: Overhead Thrower and MORE
- SLAP and Overhead Throwing Injuries—Luis Beltran, MD
- Glenohumeral Joint Dislocation in the Athlete: What the Surgeon Needs to Know—Soterios Gyftopoulos, MD
- Rotator Cuff Injury in the Athlete: Acute Injury to Impingement—Jenny Bencardino, MD
- Biceps Tendon and Rotator Cuff Interval Lesions in the Athlete—Karen Chen, MD
Module 7—Foot and Ankle Injuries in Sports
- Deciphering the Ankle Sprain: Ligament Injuries in Athletes—Matthew Bucknor, MD
- Ankle Fractures and Osteochondral Injuries in Athletes: Don’t-Miss Lesions—Daniel Walz, MD
- Stress Fractures and Metatarsalgia in Athletes—Yulia Melenevsky, MD
- Plantar Plate and Turf Toe Injuries—Hilary Umans, MD
Module 8—Just Common Enough: Sports Related Injuries
- Avulsion Injuries in the Pediatric Pelvis and Lower Extremity—Matthew Hammer, MD
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome—Constantine Raptis, MD
- Musculoskeletal Imaging of Chest Wall Injuries in Athletes—Mohamed Jarraya, MD
- Vertebral Fractures and Spine Injuries in the Athlete—Carol Andrews, MD
Module 9—Pelvis, Hip, and Thigh: Classic Sports Injuries
- MRI of Athletic Pubalgia and Core Injury—William Morrison, MD
- Hip Labrum and Impingement: How the Pendulum Swings—Donna Blankenbaker, MD
- Diagnosis and Characterization of Rectus Femoris and Hamstring Injuries in Athletes—Eric England, MD
- Pain in the Backside: Pudendal and Sciatic Nerve Injuries in Athletes—Jan Fritz, MD
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