Clinical Cardiopulmonary Imaging Review

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Clinical Cardiopulmonary Imaging Review

Learning Outcomes and Lectures

      After completing this course, the learner should be able to identify differential diagnoses for the most seen and most important conditions in cardiopulmonary imaging; describe and assess the imaging and clinical features that allow for refinement of the differential diagnoses to allow for a more specific diagnosis; judge some of the more commonly encountered artifacts in cardiopulmonary imaging and describe why they occur and techniques to avoid them; and make management and treatment recommendations for a variety of patient cases.

Module 1

      • Aorta—K. Cummings
      • Pulmonary Artery—T. Henry
      • Venous—K. Ordovas
      • Right Heart—J. Christensen
      • Left Heart—A. Shah

Module 2

      • Fibrotic Lung Disease—J. Chung
      • Pleura/Diaphragm—C. Walker
      • Nodules—K. Olsen
      • Cysts—R. Madan
      • Malignancy—E. Donnelly

Module 3

      • Anomalous Coronary Arteries, Delayed Contrast-Enhanced Cardiac MRI—K. Cummings (didactic lecture)
      • Coronary and Pericardium—J. Christensen
      • Myocardial—K. Ordovas
      • Valves—A. Shah
      • Great Vessels—T. Henry

Module 4

      • Update on Interstital Lung disease, Fissural Nodules—J. Chung (didactic lecture)
      • Mediastinum—C. Walker
      • Diffuse Nodular Lung Disease—S. Hobbs
      • Large Airway Disease—C. Cox
      • Air-Space Disease—K. Olsen

Module 5

      • Cardiac Masses—S. Bhalla (didactic lecture)
      • Non-Ischemic Disease— K. Ordovas
      • Ischemic Disease— A. Shah
      • Congenital Disease— J. Christensen
      • Vascular— T. Henry
      • Pericardial Disease— K. Cummings (didactic lecture)

Module 6

    • Interstitial Lung Disease in Collagen Vascular Disease— J. Chung (didactic lecture)
    • Post-Surgical Cases— S. Hobbs
    • Infections—C. Lee
    • Cystic Lung Disease— C. Cox
    • Pulmonary Fibrosis— C. Walker
    • Smoking-Related Lung Disease— J. Chung (didactic lecture)