Michael P. Federle, M.D. Presents Abdominal Imaging: A Compressive Review - A Video CME Teaching Activity

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100 $
About This CME Teaching Activity
This CME activity provides a comprehensive review of some of the major challenges in abdominal imaging. Emphasis is placed on the current roles of CT, MR, sonography and Fluoroscopy. In addition, advice on how to utilize clinical decision support tools to generate reports that offer the most specific and clinically useful diagnosis.
Target Audience
This CME activity is designed to educate Radiologists, as well as others who are interested in body imaging.
Educational Objectives
At the completion of this CME teaching activity, you should be able to:
  • Discuss the role of imaging in the diagnosis, treatment and management of pancreatic, liver and gastrointestinal, and renal disease.
  • Discuss the imaging and clinical features that allow radiologists to develop an expert differential diagnosis for many of the most common and important abdominal disorders.
  • Discuss the relative merits and application of cross-sectional imaging and fluoroscopy in diagnosing GI disorders.
  • Discuss the important current role of fluoroscopy in evaluating patients before and after surgery for obesity, GERD, and esophageal carcinoma.
  • Discuss the current medicolegal challenges facing radiologists, and how to avoid them.

Michael P. Federle, M.D. Presents Abdominal Imaging: A Compressive Review - A Video CME Teaching Activity

Session 1

Expert DDX: Cystic Renal Mass

Expert DDX: Cystic and Mucinous Pancreatic Masses

Session 2

Expert DDX: Cystic Liver Mass

Abdominal Hemorrhage: Diagnosis and Management

Session 3

Diffuse Liver Disease Evaluation by CT + MR

Focal Lesions in the Noncirrhotic Liver (Definitive Dx by CT +/or MR)

Focal Lesions in the Cirrhotic Liver

Session 4

Fluoroscopy in the CT - Endoscopy Era

Complications of Bariatric Surgery - Clinical and Imaging Findings

Postoperative Imaging of Esophageal Cancer

Session 5

Antireflux Surgery: What the Radiologist Needs to Know

EDDx: RLQ Pain

Expert DDX LLQ Pain (Diverticutisis, etc)

Session 6

Malpractice Issues for Radiologists