Full Access Catalog with CME 2013

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Full Access Catalog with CME 2013

495.00

Program Highlights

  • Hot Topics Presented in Highly Focused 10 Minute Lectures
  • Relevant and Extensive Exhibits
  • Manufacturers of all major equipment, workstations and contrast, plus book vendors.
  • 11th Annual Original Workstation Face-Off Observe physician-operators navigate the same diverse clinical datasets to identify key clinical findings.

Course Objectives

  • List appropriate techniques to reduce radiation exposure while maintaining diagnostic image quality.
  • Describe advanced image rendering techniques and post processing workstations to fully analyze scan data.
  • Explain the current methods for performing cardiac CT in the clinical setting.
  • Identify the methods and applications for improving CT imaging utilizing the latest generation of CT scanners.
  • Enumerate current techniques and protocols to accurately diagnose disorders of the chest, brain, abdomen, vascular, and musculoskeletal systems in adults and children.
  • Specify imaging and post-processing techniques to accurately measure brain perfusion for more detailed diagnoses and follow-up to treatment.

Sessions on:

  • Abdominal Techniques and Pancreas
  • Airways and Pulmonary Arteries
  • Assessing Image Quality; Understanding Iterative Reconstruction
  • Brain Parenchymal Applications
  • Cardiac Techniques and Trans-Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
  • Congenital Heart Disease, Myocardial Pathology and Perfusion
  • Considering Radiation Exposure
  • Contrast Medium: Safety, Dosing, and the Future
  • Coronary Arteries
  • Head and Neck, Spine, and CTA
  • 11th Annual Workstation Face Off
  • Liver, GU, GI
  • Technical Innovations with Focus on Spectral CT
  • Thoracic Techniques, Nodules, and Cancer
  • Vascular
  • Workflow/Image Processing
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