ARRS Symposia

ARRS offers online, live symposia throughout the year. These courses allow registrants to ask faculty questions and have on demand access to recordings and CME credit claiming for one year. Virtual Symposia are free for ARRS In-Training members and are offered at a discounted rate for active practice members.

Upcoming Symposia

Postoperative Abdominopelvic Imaging: Pearls and Pitfalls - Wednesday, June 12

This symposium will provide a comprehensive review of the post-operative appearances of organs in the abdomen and pelvis. Presentations will be divided anatomically by organ, including the liver, pancreas, kidneys, prostate, as well as by organ system, such as gynecological structures and the gastrointestinal tract. There will also be a focus on interventional radiology and sarcomas. Post-operative appearances, including expected findings, as well as complications, will be highlighted to help radiologists provide a comprehensive and value-driven report to referring healthcare providers. Accurate reports post-interventions and post-surgery will assist clinicians and surgeons in having the most precise information to follow up and manage their patients' healthcare journeys.

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Past Symposia Now Available as Online Courses

All symposia are made available as on-demand Online Courses offering credit.

Navigating the Highs and Lows of CSF Volume

This course reviews both spontaneous intracranial hypotension and idiopathic intracranial hypertension, enabling both expert and non-expert radiologists alike to optimize their diagnostic and treatment skills in the care of these patients.

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Emergency Radiology: Insights from Radiology’s Front Line

This course reviews emergency imaging of children and adults, covering the head and neck, chest, abdomen, and extremities, and emphasizing trauma, both blunt and penetrating. Lectures expand on the unique niche of the Emergency Radiologist, how divisions of Emergency Radiology are organized within Academic Medical Centers today, and how someone can train to become an Emergency Radiologist.

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Ultrasound, CT, and MRI: Practical Physics Tips and Tricks

This course reviews the radiological physics and technical aspects of image creation in ultrasound, CT, and MRI and their impact on image quality, ultimately helping to improve diagnosis and enhancing value-based patient care. This course will also discuss pitfalls and artifacts important to avoid misdiagnosis, as well as the latest information on contrast agents, protocols, and advanced techniques to improve image quality, workflow, and interpretation.

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Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Imaging

Participants will be able to discuss nerve imaging, including high-resolution ultrasound and MR neurography for peripheral nerve pathology, and the benefits of MRI-based peripheral neuropathy scoring (NS-RADS).

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Comprehensive Cardiac Imaging

Participants will be able to discuss coronary CTA including standardized reporting with CAD-RADS 2.0, as well as identify and classify coronary artery anomalies on imaging. It covers qualitative and quantitative cardiac MRI perfusion. Participants will gain confidence and knowledge in describing key cardiac MRI findings in non-ischemic cardiomyopathy and myocarditis.

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Procedures 101 for the General Radiologist

This course covers all the essentials necessary for successful performance and patient safety. Didactic sessions rich with case examples will focus on technique and relevant anatomy, pointing out important relationships and landmarks key to proper execution of image-guided procedures, along with tips and tricks for navigating possible pitfalls. 

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Imaging Acute Stroke: A Comprehensive Review for Clinical Practice

This course provides a comprehensive review of the role of CT and MRI for patient triage and treatment using illustrative cases. Lectures are designed for the practicing clinician—reviewing all aspects of stroke imaging, including optimization of CT and MRI protocols and imaging techniques.

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Liver, Pancreatic, and Biliary Tumors: Practical Tips to Improve Your Clinical Practice

Relative to their prevalence, HPB cancers contribute disproportionately to cancer-related deaths. Emphasizing everyday clinical applications, this course delivers medical imagers of all practice types a timely update.

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Is Your Practice Ready for the Impact of Theranostics?

FREE for ARRS Members
Gain a better understanding of the current and future role of Theranostics in imaging and cancer patient management, particularly for those suffering from neuroendocrine and prostate cancers. The course also provides practical and financial information relevant to start setting a Theranostics practice.

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Critical Case Findings and Practice Management in the ED

Using a multisystem approach, participants will improve their interpretive skills in the broad spectrum of imaging case studies acquired in an emergency department environment.

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Temporal Bone Imaging Made "Easy": Basic to Advanced

Focused on interpretive skills and postoperative insights, this Online Course analyzes normal and critical anatomy, pathological hearing loss, as well as inflammatory and infectious processes, concluding with an interactive imaging review of temporal bone and facial nerve cases.

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COVID-19: Prevailing Clinical, Imaging, Healthcare and Economic Issues of 2022

FREE for ARRS Members
This course delivers a frontline-focused update on the principal problems still plaguing physicians around the world.

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