Earn credit at your own pace through May 31, 2024 and continue to access your videos until May 30, 2031. See below for detailed information and learning outcomes.
This course offers 16.5 CME following completion of an online test.
Video content for this Online Course will be available to view until May 30, 2031, 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:
- Develop differential diagnoses for conditions in 11 radiology subspecialties.
- Recognize imaging features that are highly characteristic of a specific diagnosis or diagnostic set.
- Recognize the imaging and clinical features that allow for refinement of differential diagnosis, allowing for a more specific diagnosis.
- Outline management decisions affecting a variety of commonly encountered clinical scenarios.
- Rapid Fire Review: Arterial—Raja Ramaswamy, MD
- TIPS - Fundamental Review and Current Clinical Update—Raja Ramaswamy, MD
- Rapid Fire Review: Venous, Prostate Artery Embolization—Davood Joseph Abdollahian, MD, DABR
- Rapid Fire Review: Nonvascular—Henry Chou, MD
Module 2—Nuclear Medicine
- Cardiac Amyloidosis and Sarcoidosis Page—Pradeep Bhambhvani, MD
- Neurologic, Pulmonary, Parathyroid, and Gastrointestinal Scintigraphy Page—Phillip Kuo, MD, PhD
- Oncologic PET/CT Page—William Rieter, MD, PhD
- Musculoskeletal and Endocrine—Chirayu Shah, MD
- Rapid Review: Renal Cases—Darcy Wolfman, MD
- Prostate and Testicle Cases—Benjamin Wildman-Tobriner, MD
- Rapid Review: Bladder and Gynecology Cases—A.J. Mariano, MD
- Guidelines and Updates for Ovarian Lesions—Ania Kielar, MD
- Diffuse Liver and Gallbladder Diseases—Motoyo Yano, MD, PhD
- Imaging of Inflammatory Bowel Disease—Ryan B. O'Malley, MD
- Biliary Diseases—William Roger Masch, MD
- Retroperitoneum, Peritoneum, and Mesentery—Ryan B. O'Malley, MD
- Multisystem Diseases Affecting the Abdomen/GI Tract—Sherry Shuai-Li Wang, MBBS, FRANZCR
- Imaging of Lung Cancer—David Naeger, MD
- Signs in Radiology—Girish Shroff, MD
- Imaging of Chest Trauma—Maria Daniela Martin, MD
- Review of CT Lung Terminology: Part I and Part II—Ahmed H. El-Sherief, MD
- Child with Chest Pain—David Saul, MD
- Best Practices in Pediatric Imaging—William McCullough, MD, MBA
- Child with a Joint Complaint—Daniel G. Rosenbaum, MD
- Pediatric Imaging in GI/GU Tract Emergencies—Asef B. Khwaja, MD
- Pediatric Neuro Case Review—Rahul Nikam, MBBS
- Breast Imaging in young, Pregnant and Lactating Women—Haydee Ojeda-Fournier, MD
- Symptomatic Male Breast Imaging—Jean M. Kunjummen, DO
- Post-treated Breast Imaging, Pearls and Challenges—Kirti M. Kulkarni, MD
- Imaging Approach to Breast Pain—Beatriz E. Adrada, MD
- Rapid Fire: Normal Variants/Congenital/Developmental—Hillary Warren Garner, MD
- Approach to Lucent Bone Lesions—Jonathan C. Baker, MD
- Rapid Fire: Trauma Case Review—James Derek Stensby, MD
- Metabolic Bone Cases: Rapid Fire—Omer A. Awan, MD
- MSK Infections—Jonathan C. Baker, MD
- Cardiac Imaging in COVID-19—Kate Hanneman, MD, MPH
- Cardiovascular Imaging Case Review—Demetrios Raptis, MD
- Cardiac MRI Case Review—Laura Jimenez Juan, MD
- Cardiac CT Case Review—Daniel Vargas, MD
- Pregnant and in Pain!—Anne M. Kennedy, MB, BCh, BAO
- Don't Miss this on Ob Ultrasound!—Priyanka Jha, MBBS
- Renal Transplants: What You Need to Know—Ghaneh Fananapazir, MD
- Understanding Uterine Ultrasound—Peter Wang, MD
- Love Those Lumps!—Anne M. Kennedy, MB, BCh, BAO
- Rapid Fire Review: Brain—Kathleen R. Tozer Fink, MD
- Pearls and Pitfalls of the Skull Base—Tabassum A. Kennedy, MD
- Rapid Fire Review: Spines and Syndromes—Jennifer L. Becker, BMBS, MRCR, FRCR
- Rapid Fire Review: Head and Neck—Margaret Naomi Chapman, MD
ARRS is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education activities for physicians.
The ARRS designates this enduring material for a maximum of 16.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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