Daily Schedule

Schedules are in Central Time.


Sun, May 1, 2022

8:00 AM—9:30 AM

10:00 AM—12:00 PM

FC01.
This session provides AJR authors, reviewers, and readers with an overview of the journal today. The session will highlight key aspects of journal peer review and production processes, as well as social and digital media initiatives. Focused attention will be provided on writing an Original Research study, a Review of Clinical Perspective article, and an article for the Evidence Synthesis section.

A. Rosenkrantz (2017 Berlin Scholar, 2014 Figley Fellow)  AJR: Inner Workings
J. Dillman  Writing an AJR Original Research Study
F. Miller (2002 Figley Fellow)  Writing an AJR Review or Clinical Perspective Article
S. Kang  Writing an AJR Evidence Synthesis Article
A. Rosenkrantz (2017 Berlin Scholar, 2014 Figley Fellow), J. Dillman, F. Miller (2002 Figley Fellow), S. Kang
Subcodes: ED, OT
Credits: 2 CME
FC02.
Nontraumatic pathologies are one of the most common reasons for consultation in emergency care services. This course provides comprehensive instruction on the appropriate indications and protocols for imaging in an emergency setting. In addition, it will help participants accurately diagnose and understand various pitfalls and mimics leading to misinterpretation of acutely ill patients.

S. Nicolaou  Dual-Energy CT: Nontraumatic Abdominal Applications
F. Berger  Acute Aortic Syndrome
J. Johnson  Thoracic Infection
J. Uyeda  Right Upper Quadrant Pain
S. Jeyaraj  Right Lower Quadrant Pain
A. Sheikh  MSK Soft-Tissue Pathologies
S. Nicolaou, F. Berger, J. Johnson, J. Uyeda, S. Jeyaraj, A. Sheikh
Subcodes: ER, MK, CH, GI
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC03.
This course highlights the systematic approach to 8 challenging thoracic cases presented as unknowns to a panel with varying levels of expertise. After a brief history, each panelist presents their unknown case with a brief discussion of the imaging findings, differential diagnosis, and favored diagnosis. The moderator then reveals the actual diagnosis and provides a brief discussion of the diagnosis.

M. Parker  Challenging Cases in Thoracic Imaging: Unknown Film Panel Session
T. Klause  Challenging Cases in Thoracic Imaging: Unknown Film Panel Session
B. Bagga  Challenging Cases in Thoracic Imaging: Unknown Film Panel Session
E. Proffitt  Challenging Cases in Thoracic Imaging: Unknown Film Panel Session
R. Madan  Challenging Cases in Thoracic Imaging: Unknown Film Panel Session
R. Shah  Challenging Cases in Thoracic Imaging: Unknown Film Panel Session
S. Bhalla  Challenging Cases in Thoracic Imaging: Unknown Film Panel Session
K. Song  Challenging Cases in Thoracic Imaging: Unknown Film Panel Session
J. Kusmirek  Challenging Cases in Thoracic Imaging: Unknown Film Panel Session
M. Parker, T. Klause, B. Bagga, E. Proffitt, R. Madan, R. Shah, S. Bhalla, K. Song, J. Kusmirek
Subcodes: CH, CT
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC04.
Featuring diverse and highly successful radiologists representing private and academic practice settings, this course tackles important topics for anyone preparing for or actively navigating the transition from trainee to independent radiologist. A 30-minute Q&A session follows the didactic lectures, allowing attendees to engage with the experts on topics critical to early career success.

R. Munden  Professional Society Participation by Private and Academic Practice Radiologists
K. Schoppe  Personal and Practice Finance: The Essentials
C. Everett  Relationships: A Key to Success
A. Patel  Building Your Practice and Personal Brand
P. Bunch  Panel Discussion
E. Middlebrooks  Panel Discussion
R. Munden, K. Schoppe, C. Everett, A. Patel, P. Bunch, E. Middlebrooks
Subcodes: ED, SO, OT
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC05.
This course will provide a comprehensive review of the role of conventional and advanced imaging techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors in children and adults, and will also review key concepts of the 2021 WHO classification of brain tumors.

R. Huang (2014 ARRS Scholar)  Imaging Diagnosis of CNS Tumors in the Context of the New 2021 WHO Classification
C. Utrilla  Radiomics in Brain Tumors
C. Torres  Imaging of Brain Metastases
V. Suarez  Imaging Evaluation of Tumor Response
M. Ho  Pediatric Tumors and Mimics
J. Muchart  Imaging Support for Neurosurgical Procedures in Pediatrics: Insights on Intraoperative MRI and New Imaging-Guided Treatments
R. Huang (2014 ARRS Scholar), C. Utrilla, C. Torres, V. Suarez, M. Ho, J. Muchart
Subcodes: NR, PD, MR
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC06.
This course will cover key diversity, equity, and inclusion topics and their importance in serving the needs of the workforce, profession, and patients.

D. Chonde  ARRS Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Session Introduction
C. DeBenedectis  Mitigating Bias in Recruiting and Hiring
C. Ho  Moving From Bystander to Upstander
J. Guerrero-Calderon  Disability: An Important Dimension of Diversity
A. Jay  Microaggressions in the Workplace
F. Khosa (2013 ARRS Scholar)  Academic Promotion, Networking, Mentorship, and Sponsorship
G. Guzman Perez-Carrillo  How to Support Our LGBTQ Colleagues
N. Kagetsu  Welcome; Moderated Q&A
F. Khosa (2013 ARRS Scholar)  Moderated Q&A
D. Chonde, C. DeBenedectis, C. Ho, J. Guerrero-Calderon, A. Jay, F. Khosa (2013 ARRS Scholar), G. Guzman Perez-Carrillo, N. Kagetsu, F. Khosa (2013 ARRS Scholar)
Subcodes: HP, ED, SO
Credits: 2 CME/SAM

1:00 PM—2:00 PM

Presented by the 2022 ARRS Figley and Rogers Fellows in in Radiology Journalism, this session will highlight some of most viewed AJR articles of 2021 across subspecialties.

S. Galgano (2022 Figley Fellow)  AJR Year in Review
P. Gupta (2022 Rogers Fellow)  AJR Year in Review
S. Galgano (2022 Figley Fellow), P. Gupta (2022 Rogers Fellow)
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1 CME

1:00 PM—3:00 PM

FC07.
Soft skills—skills related to one’s function in a team—are crucial to professional success, yet are rarely formally taught. This course will overview topics of understanding intricacies of team dynamics, psychology of interpersonal communication, nuances of email communication, relationship between communication styles and leadership skills, inclusive team environment, and imposter syndrome.

K. Fowler  Translating Psyche Into Interpersonal Communication
V. Chernyak  Mastering Email Communication
E. Hecht  Is It Me or Is It Them: Understanding Team Dynamics
C. Grabowski  Communication and Leadership
S. Wang  Dealing With Imposter Syndrome
A. Fung  Promoting a Team Inclusive Environment
K. Fowler, V. Chernyak, E. Hecht, C. Grabowski, S. Wang, A. Fung
Subcodes: OT, ED
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC08.
Thrombectomy is an effective treatment for acute ischemic stroke due to large vessel occlusion and has increased demand for angiographic and advanced brain imaging to determine treatment eligibility, and automated imaging and artificial intelligence platforms are increasingly used to expedite stroke patient treatment. We will review stroke imaging in patients undergoing thrombectomy triage.

J. Heit  Ischemic Core Imaging: To Treat or Not to Treat
A. Kuner  Perfusion Imaging: Technique and Pitfalls
A. Chatterjee  Thrombectomy Imaging Algorithms
A. Vagal (2012 ARRS Scholar)  Is the Radiologist Needed in the Era of AI?
J. Heit, A. Kuner, A. Chatterjee, A. Vagal (2012 ARRS Scholar)
Subcodes: NR, ER, GN, CT
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC09.
This course will review anatomy of major cranial nerves and describe and discuss imaging features of pathologies involving the cranial nerves.

G. Avey  Can’t Smell a Thing? Approach to Evaluation of Anosmia
R. Lobo  As Far as the Eye Can See—A Primer on Visual Loss
H. Kelly  Pins and Needles: Evaluation of CNV Dysfunction
M. Hagiwara  Review of CNVII Anatomy and Pathologies
M. Agarwal  Role of Imaging in the Workup of Hearing Loss
B. Hamilton  My Voice Sounds Gruff: Imaging of Hoarseness
A. Srinivasan  Moderator
G. Avey, R. Lobo, H. Kelly, M. Hagiwara, M. Agarwal, B. Hamilton, A. Srinivasan
Subcodes: NR, HN
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC10.
In Part 1 this course will cover the role of portable chest radiography and CT in the evaluation of airspace disease, pleural disease, volume status, and pulmonary circulation; the role of radiography in the evaluation of life-support and monitoring devices; and, the application of imaging in the evaluation of circulatory-assist devices.

M. Parker  Lines, Tubes, and Monitoring Devices
B. Zalta  Pulmonary Edema, Shock, and Transfusion-Related Complications
L. Rezai  Pleural Diseases and Barotrauma
A. Rubinowitz  Nosocomial Pulmonary Infections, Aspiration, and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
C. White  Pulmonary Embolism and Post-Cardiac Arrest Imaging
T. Bang  Circulatory Assist Devices in the ICU
M. Parker, B. Zalta, L. Rezai, A. Rubinowitz, C. White, T. Bang
Subcodes: CH, CA, RF, CT
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
RS01.
Lectures in part 1 of the symposium will focus on leadership skills, interview skills, trainee perspective on fellowships, and work-life balance.

F. Baffour  Moderator
J. Fried  Leadership for the Young Radiologist
A. Norbash  Interview Skills for the Young Radiologist
N. Hoven  Achieving and Sustaining Work-Life Balance
A. Khanna  What I Wish I Knew When Applying to Fellowships
F. Baffour, J. Fried, A. Norbash, N. Hoven, A. Khanna
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 2 CME/SAM

3:30 PM—5:30 PM

FC11.
In Part 2 this course will cover the application of radiography, ultrasound, and CT in the evaluation of abdominal emergencies including bowel ischemia, perforation and obstruction, bleeding, and infections; common applications of imaging in neurological disorders and application of bedside ultrasonography in the ICU; and, a brief overview of the role of imaging in brain death and deceased donor evaluation.

A. Krishnaraj  Ischemic Bowel, Perforation, and GI Bleeding
A. Smith  Cholecystitis, Colitis (C-Diff), and Shock Bowel
M. Jhaveri  Delirium, Seizure, and Brain Death
E. Stein  Encephalopathy and ICU-Acquired Weakness (Neuropathy and Myopathy)
V. Lakticova  Ultrasound in the ICU
A. Krishnaraj, A. Smith, M. Jhaveri, E. Stein, V. Lakticova
Subcodes: GI, NR, US, VI
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC12.
This session will consist of four internationally well-known masters in the areas of major radiology subspecialties including thoracic imaging, abdominal imaging, musculoskeletal imaging, and pediatric imaging.

J. Ko  Adult Chest/Pulmonary Disorders
P. Pickhardt (2002 Figley Fellow)  Adult Gastrointestinal Disorders
M. Murphey  Adult Musculoskeletal Disorders
E. Lee  Pediatric Disorders
J. Ko, P. Pickhardt (2002 Figley Fellow), M. Murphey, E. Lee
Subcodes: CH, GI, MK, PD
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC13.
The course will provide a review of anatomic and functional imaging of patients with epilepsy and dementia.

L. Eisenmenger  Anatomic and Functional Imaging of Epilepsy
G. Choudhary  SPECT/PET Workup of Epilepsy
L. Eisenmenger  Anatomic Imaging of Dementia
P. Kuo  PET Workup of Dementia
A. Grayev  Moderator
C. Wright  Moderator
L. Eisenmenger, G. Choudhary, L. Eisenmenger, P. Kuo, A. Grayev, C. Wright
Subcodes: NR, NM, PT, MR
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC14.
This course will discuss how current advances in computational sciences relate to clinical practice of musculoskeletal radiology including AI solutions aimed at detection and classification of arthritic and other disease processes. Attendees will learn about the use of AI to increase speed of acquisition and resolution of musculoskeletal MR images as well as potential pitfalls and biases of AI.

M. Chalian  Automation in Evaluation of Arthritides
J. Fritz  AI for Fast and Super-Resolution Musculoskeletal MRI
O. Khalilzadeh  Applications of AI in Detection of Bone Loss
K. Magudia  The Value of Fully Automated CT-Based Body Composition as a Biomarker
P. Yi  Potential Pitfalls/Biases in MSK AI Research and Applications
O. Ashikyan  Current State of AI in Automatic Fracture Detection
M. Chalian, J. Fritz, O. Khalilzadeh, K. Magudia, P. Yi, O. Ashikyan
Subcodes: MK, MR, HP
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
FC15.
Mentoring programs are often focused on building careers of junior faculty. It is after the faculty has become associate professor or 6 or more years from fellowship, that many enter what has been called “mid-career malaise”. Faculty often lose focus and are unsure of how to direct their energy. This workshop aims to provide the framework, tools, and inspiration for advancing career trajectories.

C. Glastonbury  The Arc of Academics: Early-Career, Mid-Career, and Senior Faculty Roles
H. Bedi  Mid-Career Radiology: The Field Is Your Oyster
C. Chung (2003 Figley Fellow)  How to Move to Being the Mentor and Senior Author
T. Kennedy  Now What?: Planning Your Transition to Leadership Roles
J. Kruskal  Negotiating With Your Chair
C. Glastonbury, H. Bedi, C. Chung (2003 Figley Fellow), T. Kennedy, J. Kruskal
Subcodes: HP, SO, OT
Credits: 2 CME/SAM
RS02.
Part 2 of the symposium will feature a panel discussion of fellowship directors.

M. Hagiwara  Fellowship Directors Panel
A. O'Connell  Fellowship Directors Panel
C. Tiegs-Heiden  Fellowship Directors Panel
M. Vakil  Fellowship Directors Panel
D. Wolfman  Moderator
M. Hagiwara, A. O'Connell, C. Tiegs-Heiden, M. Vakil, D. Wolfman
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 2 CME/SAM

Mon, May 2, 2022

7:00 AM—8:00 AM

This special session across subspecialties features 2018 Berlin Scholar Brandon P. Brown, 2018 ARRS Scholar Rupa Radhakrishnan, and 2019 ARRS Scholar Florian J. Fintelmann presenting their scholarship projects.

B. Brown (2018 Berlin Scholar)  Designing Professional Development for Practicing and In-Training Radiologists
R. Radhakrishnan (2018 ARRS Scholar)  Neurodevelopment in Prenatal Opioid Exposure
F. Fintelmann (2019 ARRS Scholar)  Advancing Lung Cancer Care with Imaging Biomarkers
B. Brown (2018 Berlin Scholar), R. Radhakrishnan (2018 ARRS Scholar), F. Fintelmann (2019 ARRS Scholar)
Subcodes: CH, PD, ED
Credits: 1 CME
M. Parker  Emerging Research session - Part 1
M. Parker
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1 CME

8:30 AM—10:00 AM

IC101.
During this course, experts will present unknown abdominal cases with challenging or unusual diagnoses. It is a must-see for every radiologist.

C. Menias  Challenging Abdominal Unknown Cases: Part 1
P. Pickhardt (2002 Figley Fellow)  Challenging Abdominal Unknown Cases: Part 2
C. Menias, P. Pickhardt (2002 Figley Fellow)
Subcodes: GI, GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC102.
This course will discuss the novel screening tool, abbreviated breast MRI. Various AB-MRI protocols will be discussed, as well as implementation of AB-MRI. Enhancing interpretation skills will also be presented.

E. Conant  Abbreviated Breast MR: The Why & How of Implementation
L. Moy  Interpreting & Auditing AB-MRI-Maximizing Specificity
E. Conant, L. Moy
Subcodes: BR, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC103.
This course will feature an interactive discussion from experts on arthritis and spondyloarthropathies to include peripheral arthropathy, sacroiliitis and inflammatory arthropathy of the spine. Experts will provide a comprehensive review of imaging and pathology and discuss tips to narrow the differential diagnosis.

D. Flemming  Key Features of Peripheral Arthropathy
C. Chang  Sacroiliitis and Mimickers
A. Merkle  Inflammatory Arthropathy of the Spine
D. Flemming, C. Chang, A. Merkle
Subcodes: MK, NR, MR, RF
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC104.
The course will introduce learners to intravascular ultrasound equipment and cover techniques for use during transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt creation, endovascular and perivascular biopsy, venous interventions, and peripheral arterial disease.

E. Monroe  The Armamentarium of IVUS/ICE
D. Shin  IVUS/ICE for Portal Interventions
J. Chick  IVUS/ICE for Venous and Perivascular Interventions
M. Watts  IVUS/ICE for Peripheral Arterial Disease
E. Monroe, D. Shin, J. Chick, M. Watts
Subcodes: BI, PD, VI, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS01.
C. LeBedis  General/Emergency Radiology
B. Lewis  General/Emergency Radiology
D. Katz  At Present, Gallbladder Ultrasound: Lessons From Challenging On-Call Cases
S. Decker  Forensic Imaging in the Emergent Setting
C. LeBedis, B. Lewis, D. Katz, S. Decker
Subcodes: ER, GN
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS02.
This course was designed to help early career radiologists with research ambitions develop high impact ideas, avoid pitfalls, effectively leverage available resources, and better understand funding options on the road to becoming successful clinical investigators. The course faculty consists of active and highly accomplished clinical researchers who can closely relate to the challenges of building and sustaining an academic career in today’s healthcare environment.

M. Parker  Introduction
J. Eng  Statistical Pitfalls
P. Sanelli  Introduction to Comparative Effectiveness Research
Y. Ng  AI Basics for New Investigators
J. Rayan  Research Opportunities in AI
M. Ohliger  Tips for Getting Your First Grant
M. Parker, J. Eng, P. Sanelli, Y. Ng, J. Rayan, M. Ohliger
Subcodes: ED, OT
Credits: 1.5 CME

10:30 AM—12:00 PM

IC105.
This course will feature interactive presentations from experts on emergency and trauma radiology and will provide a comprehensive review of various injuries.

C. Sliker  Temporal Bone Trauma
M. Bernstein  Cervical Spine Injuries
S. Steenburg  Imaging of Aortic Trauma
K. Archer-Arroyo  Diaphragmatic Injuries
C. Sliker, M. Bernstein, S. Steenburg, K. Archer-Arroyo
Subcodes: ER, GN, CT, ED
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC106.
This course will cover the use of cardiac MR to diagnose and distinguish common cardiomyopathies.

K. Kalisz  MR of Ischemic Heart Disease
K. Cummings  The Hypertrophied Ventricle
K. Hanneman  Myocardial Mapping: What To Do and Say
B. Sundaram  The Infiltrated Ventricle
K. Kalisz, K. Cummings, K. Hanneman, B. Sundaram
Subcodes: CA, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC107.
This course will provide a review of neuroanatomy needed for general practice with consideration of pathologies.

M. McDonald  Critical Neuroanatomy of the Sinuses
M. Bashir  Critical Neuroanatomy of the Skull Base
T. Kennedy  Critical Neuroanatomy of the Temporal Bone
N. Koontz  Critical Neuroanatomy of the Neck
M. McDonald, M. Bashir, T. Kennedy, N. Koontz
Subcodes: NR, ER, HN, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC108.
This course with feature an interactive discussion from experts on the odd and often difficult diagnosis in MSK radiology. Featured in this course are discussions of imaging and pathology of atypical marrow, sclerosing bone dysplasias and metabolic diseases.

S. Smith (2004 Figley Fellow)  Evaluation of Atypical Marrow
M. Bucknor  Sclerosing Bone Dysplasias
C. Gaskin  Imaging in Metabolic Bone Disease
S. Smith (2004 Figley Fellow), M. Bucknor, C. Gaskin
Subcodes: MK, PD, MR, RF
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS03.
J. Kempf  Pearls and Pitfalls on Fluciclovine Imaging
K. Zukotynski  Theranostics With a Focus on Prostate Cancer
J. Kempf, K. Zukotynski
Subcodes: NM
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS04.
A. Campbell  Breast Imaging: Patient Centered Care
K. Klein  Post-Mastectomy Imaging/Post-Treatment Imaging
D. Ataya  Radiomics of DCIS
A. Campbell, K. Klein, D. Ataya
Subcodes: BR
Credits: 1.5 CME

12:00 PM—1:00 PM

Complimentary Lunch in the Connection Quad on Monday

1:30 PM—3:00 PM

IC109.
The specter of medical malpractice drives defensive medicine and defensive imaging, particularly as most radiologists are involved in such litigation at some point during their careers. Unfortunately, anecdotes and rumors often influence how radiologists react to such threats and participate as litigants in such matters. This session will include a comprehensive review of the state of medical malpractice in radiology, discussing frequency and outcomes of radiology-related lawsuits, matters most likely to prompt lawsuits, and the impact of such litigation on radiologists and other physicians as they both interpret and order imaging.

R. Duszak (2019 Berlin Scholar)  Radiology Malpractice: The Truth, The Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth
R. Duszak (2019 Berlin Scholar)
Subcodes: HP, SO
Credits: 1.5 CME
IC110.
This course will feature interactive presentations from experts on emergency and trauma radiology and will provide a comprehensive review of various injuries.

F. Munera  Bowel and Mesentery Trauma
J. Gross  Renal and Bladder Trauma
S. Chong  Hepatic and Splenic Injuries
M. Kumaravel  Pelvic and Acetabular Trauma
F. Munera, J. Gross, S. Chong, M. Kumaravel
Subcodes: ER, GN, CT, ED
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC111.
Theranostics describes an exciting and emerging field in nuclear medicine where imaging and therapy are closely intertwined as the same chemical molecule is used for both the imaging and therapy. This course will concentrate on recently approved theranostics such as 68Ga/177Lu-DOTATATE and upcoming PSMA theranostics and will discuss the economic/regulatory impact of theranostics.

D. Yoo  Introduction and Importance of Theranostics
K. Zukotynski  Neuroendocrine Cancer PET/CT and Theranostics
T. Wong  Prostate Cancer PET/CT and Theranostics
D. Yoo, K. Zukotynski, T. Wong
Subcodes: NM, PT, MI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC112.
In this course the attendees will learn various uterine anomalies and their effect on infertility, review US of uterine/cervical masses with focus on differentiation of benign and malignant processes, discuss US characteristics of adnexal masses and O-RADS classification; review normal and abnormal US findings in the 1st trimester pregnancy and US predictors of pregnancy failure.

M. Sugi  Uterus Anomalies, Fertility and Ectopic Pregnancy
R. Nicola  US of the Uterus and Cervix: Tumors and Mimics
P. Jha  Adnexal Masses and O-RADS Classification: How I Do It
A. Kennedy  US of the First Trimester Pregnancy
M. Sugi, R. Nicola, P. Jha, A. Kennedy
Subcodes: US, OB, GN, GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC113.
Review the imaging features of pancreatitis and its complications with a focus on what the interventionalist needs to know, followed by didactic courses on the management of vascular and nonvascular complications.

M. Woods  Managing Nonvascular Complications of Pancreatitis
M. Lubner (2018 Figley Fellow)  Imaging of Pancreatitis
M. Kleedehn  Managing Vascular Complications of Pancreatitis
M. Woods, M. Lubner (2018 Figley Fellow), M. Kleedehn
Subcodes: VI, GN, CT, GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS05.
B. Amini  Musculoskeletal Imaging: Tumors
G. Riley  Musculoskeletal Imaging: Tumors
R. Valenzuela  Advanced Bone and Soft-Tissue Tumor Imaging
M. Murphey  Comparison of the AJCC and MSTS Systems: Important Radiologic Features
B. Amini, G. Riley, R. Valenzuela, M. Murphey
Subcodes: MK
Credits: 1.5 CME

3:30 PM—5:00 PM

IC114.
This course will feature an interactive discussion from experts on quality and safety management and will provide a comprehensive review of the current state of practice.

J. Johnson  Six Sigma and Lean
M. Davis  Predicting System Performance
M. Bruno  Clinical Decision Support: Enhancing Appropriateness
J. Johnson, M. Davis, M. Bruno
Subcodes: QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC115.
This course will discuss optimizing workflow for screening mammography. This will include improving patient experience and same day mammography interpretation. Skills for DBT image interpretation will be presented. The breast imaging audit will be reviewed.

S. Yoon  Improving Screening Mammography Workflow
R. Wahab  Screening with DBT: Interesting and Challenging Cases
J. Parikh  Breast Imaging Audit
S. Yoon, R. Wahab, J. Parikh
Subcodes: BR, DM, QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC116.
This introductory lecture will cover basic patterns of HRCT with a focus on using an approach to generate concise differential diagnoses. The talks will be geared towards the ARRS members and members in training who would like a refresher on HRCT interpretation.

S. Agarwal  Introduction, Septal Lines and Crazy Paving
N. Parkar  Micronodular Lung Disease
B. Little  Cystic Lung Disease
E. Nguyen  Mosaic Lung Attenuation
S. Agarwal, N. Parkar, B. Little, E. Nguyen
Subcodes: CH, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC117.
This course will focus on a diverse collection of advanced topics on imaging of the gastrointestinal tract.

D. Kim  CT Colonography Interpretation and Pitfalls
P. Liu  Esophageal Fluoroscopy in 2022
A. Mileto  DECT of the Bowel
M. Lubner (2018 Figley Fellow)  Imaging of Colitis
D. Kim, P. Liu, A. Mileto, M. Lubner (2018 Figley Fellow)
Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC118.
This course will present a review of common pediatric findings that may be under recognized.

K. Reddy  Ossification Centers
J. Gadde  Myelination Matters
I. Neuberger  Macrocephaly
K. Moeller  Normal ENT Development and Common Pathologies
K. Reddy, J. Gadde, I. Neuberger, K. Moeller
Subcodes: NR, PD, HN, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS06.
S. Pruthi  Revisiting Germinal Matrix Hemorrhage: Recognition of Posterior Location and Diagnostics Pitfalls
R. Ayyala  Impact of COVID-19 on Imaging of Common Pediatric Emergencies
S. Pruthi, R. Ayyala
Subcodes: PD
Credits: 1.5 CME

5:00 PM—6:00 PM

E. Bluth  125 Years of Change: The History of New Orleans Radiology and Its Practitioners
E. Bluth
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1.0 CME

Tue, May 3, 2022

7:00 AM—8:00 AM

M. Parker  Emerging Research session - Part 2
M. Parker
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1 CME

8:30 AM—10:00 AM

IC201.
This course will address the blind spots in musculoskeletal imaging to include temporomandibular joint pathology, chest wall pathology and abdominal and pelvic wall injuries. A panel of experts will provide comprehensive and interactive discussions on the imaging features of common pathology in these areas.

A. Zoga  Muscle Injuries of the Abdomen and Pelvis
L. Ladd  Chest Wall Pathology for the MSK Radiologist
D. Gimarc  Imaging of the Temporomandibular Joint
A. Zoga, L. Ladd, D. Gimarc
Subcodes: MK, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC202.
This course will review the noninvasive imaging features of low flow vascular malformations and mimics, followed by didactic courses on the management of these lesions.

R. Iyer  Ultrasound of Slow Flow Vascular Malformations
J. Kissane  MRI of Slow Flow Vascular Malformations
C. Ingraham  Slow Flow Malformation Sclerotherapy & Embolization
E. Knavel  MR Guided Cryoablation
R. Iyer, J. Kissane, C. Ingraham, E. Knavel
Subcodes: US, MK, VI, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC203.
This course will explore conditions diagnosed on HRCT and the role of the radiologist in multidisciplinary teams.

J. Gruden  Diagnosis of UIP on CT - ATS/Fleischner
S. Rossi  Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis
S. Hobbs  Pneumoconiosis
M. Parker  Smoking-related Diseases
J. Gruden, S. Rossi, S. Hobbs, M. Parker
Subcodes: CH, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC204.
This course will cover pediatric neuroimaging and will include imaging guidelines and recommendations.

M. Shroff  Neonatal Brain MRI
T. Huisman  Pediatric Spine Disorders
M. Ho  Pediatric Neck Masses
M. Shroff, T. Huisman, M. Ho
Subcodes: PD, NR, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS07.
C. Siegel  Genitourinary: Female Pelvis/Endocrine
P. Jha  Genitourinary: Female Pelvis/Endocrine
M. Melany  TIRADS: Benefits and Challenges
R. Nicola  Simplifying the O-RADS: Why and When
C. Siegel, P. Jha, M. Melany, R. Nicola
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS08.
D. Gomez-Hassan  Neuroradiology: Brain, ENT, and Vascular
E. Middlebrooks  Epilepsy
A. Flanders  Artificial Intelligence
D. Gomez-Hassan, E. Middlebrooks, A. Flanders
Subcodes: NR
Credits: 1.5 CME

10:30 AM—12:00 PM

IC205.
This course will feature an interactive discussion from experts on MR assessment of the knee including meniscal, ligament, and plical pathology. Experts will provide a comprehensive review of the current state of practice.

W. Morrison  Meniscal Pathology
F. Beaman  Cruciate Ligaments: Pre and Post Operative Pathology
S. Gyftopoulos  Posterolateral Corner and Collaterals
H. Garner  Plica, Fatpads and Other Commonly Missed Pathology
W. Morrison, F. Beaman, S. Gyftopoulos, H. Garner
Subcodes: MK, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC206.
This course will discuss updates in lung cancer screening and highlight the role of radiologists in the imaging of treated lung cancers.

D. Dyer  Lung Cancer Screening: 2021 Update
M. Ginsberg  Assessing Response to Current Systemic Therapies
J. Erasmus  Imaging after Radiation Therapy
J. Ahuja  Imaging after Lung Cancer Surgery
D. Dyer, M. Ginsberg, J. Erasmus, J. Ahuja
Subcodes: CH, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC207.
This course will review acute and chronic sequelae of trauma.

A. Sayah  Acute and Chronic Brain Trauma
K. Baugnon  Acute and Chronic Head and Neck Trauma
S. Palasis  Complications of Non-accidental Trauma
A. Sayah, K. Baugnon, S. Palasis
Subcodes: NR, CT, MR, HN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC208.
The course will review of indication/guidelines, reimbursement, comparison of PET/CT to established scintigraphy for this purpose, PET radiopharmaceuticals that can be utilized, how to perform this imaging, and what the future may hold. Discussion will also include emerging uses of PET/CT for infection/inflammation and case-based review of PET/CT clinical cases.

O. Molchanova-Cook  PET/CT for Infection/Inflammation and the Future
S. Elman  Not So Common Uses of PET/CT in Infection/Inflammation
T. Bartel  Case-Based Review of PET/CT for Infection/Inflammation
O. Molchanova-Cook, S. Elman, T. Bartel
Subcodes: NM, MI, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT01.
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

H. Chou  Rapid Fire Review
T. Niesen  Rapid Fire Review
V. Rachakonda  Rapid Fire Review
D. Abdollahian  Rapid Fire Review
H. Chou, T. Niesen, V. Rachakonda, D. Abdollahian
Subcodes: Vi
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS09.
M. Yano  Gastrointestinal Imaging: Pancreas, Bowel
C. Moreno  Gastrointestinal Imaging: Pancreas, Bowel
L. Ananthakrishnan  Updates in DECT
O. Brook  Causes of Radiologic-Pathologic Discrepancies of Image-Guided Biopsy and Impact on Patient Outcomes
M. Yano, C. Moreno, L. Ananthakrishnan, O. Brook
Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME

12:00 PM—1:00 PM

Complimentary Lunch in the Connection Quad on Tuesday

1:30 PM—3:00 PM

IC209.
This course will feature an interactive discussion from experts on ultrasound evaluation of the small joints with focus on MR correlation. Anatomy and pathology in the elbow, wrist/hand and ankle/foot will be reviewed.

J. Jacobson  Ultrasound Evaluation of the Elbow
A. Ross  US Evaluation of the Hand and Wrist
W. Walter  US Evaluation of the Ankle and Foot
J. Jacobson, A. Ross, W. Walter
Subcodes: MK, US, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC210.
This course will focus on setting up and implementing new techniques in breast imaging.

J. Phillips  Contrast Enhanced Mammography
D. Plecha  Localizations Beyond the Wire
R. Ward  Breast Cryoablation
J. Phillips, D. Plecha, R. Ward
Subcodes: BR, BI, DM, MO
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC211.
This course focuses on the role imaging plays in assessment of various gynecologic malignancies, including malignancies in pregnancy. Additionally, the course covers imaging of fertility-sparing procedures, and diagnosis, management and cutting edge imaging assessment of lymphedema.

M. Flusberg  Rocking GYN Oncology Tumor Board
V. Paroder  Fertility-sparing Procedures and Cancers in Pregnancy
L. Tsai  Imaging of Lymphedema
M. Flusberg, V. Paroder, L. Tsai
Subcodes: GU, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC212.
This course will help participants understand the normal appearance and common complications related to cardiac procedures and devices.

K. Kallianos  Imaging the Preprocedural Left Atrium
J. Lichtenberger  Imaging Evaluation of Prosthetic Valves
C. Fuss  CT Imaging Pre-and Post TAVR
F. Dako  LVAD and Other Cardiac Devices
K. Kallianos, J. Lichtenberger, C. Fuss, F. Dako
Subcodes: CA
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT02.
P. Bhambhvani  Didactic: Radioiodine Treatment in Hyperthyroidism Part 1
R. Lim  Rapid Fire Case Review: Peds, MSK, Physics, Regulatory and Radiation Safety
C. Shah  Rapid Fire Case Review: Endocrine, GI, and GU
W. Rieter  Rapid Fire Case Review: PET Oncology
P. Bhambhvani  Didactic: Radioiodine Treatment in Hyperthyroidism – Part 2
P. Bhambhvani, R. Lim, C. Shah, W. Rieter, P. Bhambhvani
Subcodes: NM
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS10.
A. Rubinowitz  Chest Imaging: Recent Advances
J. Gruden  Chest Imaging: Recent Advances
P. Shah  Body Composition Analysis on Chest CT: Untapped Potential
C. Lin  A Thoracic Radiologist’s Perspective on Data Science
A. Rubinowitz, J. Gruden, P. Shah, C. Lin
Subcodes: CH
Credits: 1.5 CME

3:30 PM—5:00 PM

IC213.
This course will include a collection of topics on imaging features of acute GI conditions as well as their pitfalls.

V. Mellnick  Small Bowel Wall Abnormalities in the ED
J. Uyeda  Acute Biliary Imaging
M. Zulfiqar  Splenic Emergencies
D. Katz  Pitfalls in Acute GI Imaging
V. Mellnick, J. Uyeda, M. Zulfiqar, D. Katz
Subcodes: GI, ER
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC214.
This course will focus on coronary CT angiography as well as thoracic aortic imaging.

J. Jacobs  Coronary CTA: The New CAD-RADS
S. Patel  Coronary Arteries: Beyond Atherosclerosis
J. Jeudy  Imaging the Postoperative Thoracic Aorta
C. Francois  MR Angiography of the Chest: How I Do It
J. Jacobs, S. Patel, J. Jeudy, C. Francois
Subcodes: CA, VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC215.
This course will cover a range of prostate related imaging and intervention, including prostate MR, in-bore interventions, and prostate artery embolization.

G. Morrell  Prostate MR, PIRADS and Procedure Planning
C. Kaufman  Prostate Biopsy: MR and TRUS
T. McClure  Focal Prostate Therapies
R. Ayyagari  Prostate Artery Embolization
G. Morrell, C. Kaufman, T. McClure, R. Ayyagari
Subcodes: BI, VI, MR, GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC216.
This course will feature an interactive discussion from experts on quality and safety special concepts and will provide a comprehensive review of the current practice.

M. Bruno  Strategies to "Close the Loop" on Incidental Findings
N. Kadom  Teaching Quality and Safety in Radiology
P. Cronin  Evidence-based Radiology in Quality and Safety
R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar)  Quality and Ethics
M. Bruno, N. Kadom, P. Cronin, R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar)
Subcodes: QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT03.
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

D. Wolfman  Renal Masses Didactic
B. Wildman-Tobriner  Renal Masses: Case Review
A. Mariano  Ureters, Bladder and Penile Case Review
A. Kielar  Gynecologic Abnormalities: Case Review
D. Wolfman  Pelvic Floor Lesions Didactic
D. Wolfman, B. Wildman-Tobriner, A. Mariano, A. Kielar, D. Wolfman
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS11.
T. Gorbachova  Musculoskeletal Imaging: Muscle and Nerves
H. Garner  Musculoskeletal Imaging: Muscle and Nerves
D. Davis  Multimodal Anatomic Imaging of Muscle Quality at the Rotator Cuff
J. Fritz  MR Neurography Anatomy of the Lumbosacral Plexus: 11 Nerves in 10 Minutes
T. Gorbachova, H. Garner, D. Davis, J. Fritz
Subcodes: MK
Credits: 1.5 CME

Wed, May 4, 2022

8:30 AM—10:00 AM

IC301.
This course will feature an interactive discussion on the limits of quality assessment metrics, and how we can learn from failure.

R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar)  The Limits of Metrics in Quality Assessment
R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar)  Learning from Failure
R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar), R. Gunderman (2011 Berlin Scholar)
Subcodes: QI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC302.
This course will focus on the imaging diagnosis and range of acute and chronic pulmonary complications of Covid-19.

B. Elicker  Imaging and Diagnosis of Acute Covid-19
C. Wu  Imaging Covid-19 in the Immunosuppressed
L. Azour  Thromboembolic Disease in Covid-19 Infection
J. Ko  Imaging of Chronic Covid-19
B. Elicker, C. Wu, L. Azour, J. Ko
Subcodes: CH, CT, ER
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC303.
In this presentation, ABR leaders will discuss various aspects of why Board Certification is important in 2022, the new remote exam models, an update on Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA), and frequently asked questions regarding ABR finances. The participant will gain a greater understanding of ABR processes and requirements.

C. Canon  Overview of the New Remote Exam Models
B. Wagner  Why is Continuing Certification Important in 2022?
V. Mathews  Update on Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA)
C. Canon, B. Wagner, V. Mathews
Subcodes: OT
Credits: 1.5 CME
RT04.
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

E. Soloff  Review of Cystic Pancreatic Lesions: Didactic
M. Yano  Pancreatitis and its Complications: Case Review
S. Wang  Postoperative Biliary Complications: Case Review
J. Revels  Gastrointestinal Volvuli and Hernias: Case Review
S. Wang  GI Bleed Imaging: Didactic
E. Soloff, M. Yano, S. Wang, J. Revels, S. Wang
Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS12.
Y. Anzai  Topics in Resident and Medical Student Education - 1
V. Lenge De Rosen  Student and Resident Education
Y. Anzai, V. Lenge De Rosen
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS13.
V. Mellnick  Gastrointestinal Imaging: HCC, Focal Liver Disease
M. Lubner (2018 Figley Fellow)  Gastrointestinal Imaging: HCC, Focal Liver Disease
V. Chernyak  Pathologic, Molecular and Prognostic Radiologic Features of HCC
A. Kambadakone-Ramesh  Response Assessment in HCC
V. Mellnick, M. Lubner (2018 Figley Fellow), V. Chernyak, A. Kambadakone-Ramesh
Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME

10:30 AM—12:00 PM

IC304.
This course will feature a discussion from experts on MR imaging in sports injuries of the shoulder, elbow and hand/wrist. Experts will provide a comprehensive review of the current literature and practice standards.

M. Anderson  MR of Sports Injuries: Shoulder
T. Gorbachova  MR of Sports Injuries: Elbow
M. Mills  MR of Sports Injuries: Hand and Wrist
M. Anderson, T. Gorbachova, M. Mills
Subcodes: MK, MR, PD
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC305.
In this course the attendees will review a variety of emergent conditions encountered in the emergency department and discuss the role of ultrasound in their diagnosis, management, appropriate further imaging and follow up. Abdominal, vascular, gynecological, and male genitalia emergencies will be discussed.

D. Katz  Abdominal Emergencies
M. Itani  Vascular Emergencies
S. Bhatt  Gynecological Emergencies
V. Dogra  Male Genitalia Emergencies
D. Katz, M. Itani, S. Bhatt, V. Dogra
Subcodes: US, ER, GU, GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC306.
This course will address thoracic masses outside of the lung with emphasis on approach to diagnosis and generation of differential diagnoses.

C. Raptis  Evaluation of the Anterior Mediastinum
R. Madan  Evaluation of the Middle Mediastinum
T. Tao  Special Considerations in Pediatric Thoracic Masses
D. Naeger  PET/CT and Thoracic Masses
C. Raptis, R. Madan, T. Tao, D. Naeger
Subcodes: CH, CT, PT, PD
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT05.
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

D. Saul  Pediatric Imaging: Didactic
A. Khwaja  Pediatric GI/GU: Didactic
A. Ramachandra  Pediatric Neuroimaging: Case Review
D. Rosenbaum  Pediatric Musculoskeletal Imaging: Case Review
D. Saul, A. Khwaja, A. Ramachandra, D. Rosenbaum
Subcodes: PD
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS14.
R. Nicola  GU Imaging: Male Pelvis/Urinary Imaging – Renal Masses
F. Chen  GU: Male Pelvis/Urinary Imaging – Renal Masses
D. Ganeshan  Current Update on Adrenal Masses: A Primer for Radiologists
N. Schieda  Radiomics and Machine Learning in GU Imaging: What Should a Radiologist Know?
R. Nicola, F. Chen, D. Ganeshan, N. Schieda
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS15.
M. Lim  Portal Interventions
K. Tomkovich  VIR: ML, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
J. Chick  Advances in Venous Thrombectomy and Reconstruction
M. Lim, K. Tomkovich, J. Chick
Subcodes: VI
Credits: 1.5 CME

12:00 PM—1:00 PM

Complimentary Lunch in the Connection Quad on Wednesday

1:30 PM—3:00 PM

IC307.
In this course the attendees will learn a spectrum of ultrasound findings associated with the abdominal pathologies, review basic and advanced sonographic techniques, key differentiating features of various pathological processes involving the hepatobiliary, genitourinary systems and retroperitoneum. Tips and tricks in sonographic evaluation aiding an accurate diagnosis will also be reviewed.

D. Fetzer  Liver Lesions, Li-RADS Classification, and CEUS
A. Shenoy-Bhangle  Gallbladder and Biliary Pathologies
G. Fananapazir  Pathologies of the Kidneys, Ureters, and Bladder
M. Revzin  Ultrasound of Retroperitoneal Pathologies
D. Fetzer, A. Shenoy-Bhangle, G. Fananapazir, M. Revzin
Subcodes: US, GN, GI, GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC308.
This course will review degenerative conditions of the brain and spine.

J. Chazen  Imaging of Cervical Spine Degeneration
M. Peckham  Imaging of Lumbar Spine Degeneration
A. Kuner  Spinal Intervention for Degeneration
E. Middlebrooks  Degenerative Conditions of the Brain
J. Chazen, M. Peckham, A. Kuner, E. Middlebrooks
Subcodes: NR, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC309.
The focus of this course is multimodality approach to imaging of GU conditions.

N. Tan  Imaging of Prostate Cancer: What Modality and When
J. Uyeda  Application of Dual Energy CT in GU Imaging
D. Fetzer  CEUS Application in GU Imaging
N. Tan, J. Uyeda, D. Fetzer
Subcodes: GU, US, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC310.
This course will focus on cardiac manifestations of cancer and cancer therapy.

L. Haramati  Cardiac Neoplasms
J. Stojanovska (2015 Figley Fellow)  CT and MR Imaging Evaluation of Cardiac Thrombus
S. Malik  Pericardial Masses and Other Pericardial Diseases
D. Jeong  Cardiac Complications in Patients with Cancer
L. Haramati, J. Stojanovska (2015 Figley Fellow), S. Malik, D. Jeong
Subcodes: CA
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT06.
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

A. El-Sherief  Before You Dictate “Please Refer to Separately Dictated Abdomen CT Report”: Didactic
D. Naeger  Typical and Atypical Appearances of Lung Cancer: Case Review
G. Shroff  Postoperative Complications in the Thorax: Case Review
M. Martin  Diffuse Lung Disease: Case Review
A. El-Sherief  IASLC Lymph Node Map: Didactic
A. El-Sherief, D. Naeger, G. Shroff, M. Martin, A. El-Sherief
Subcodes: CH
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS16.
M. Durand  Breast Imaging: Tomosynthesis
M. Bahl  Management of Architectural Distortions in Tomosynthesis Era
J. Parikh  Patient Diversity in Breast Imaging
M. Durand, M. Bahl, J. Parikh
Subcodes: BR
Credits: 1.5 CME

3:30 PM—5:00 PM

IC311.
This course is designed to improve the patient experience during breast biopsies. The helpful techniques for ultrasound-guided biopsies, stereotactic biopsies, and MRI-guided biopsies will be discussed.

K. Johnson  Improving Patient Experience During Breast Biopsies
R. Weinfurtner  US-guided & Stereotactic Biopsies: Pearls and Pitfalls
L. Wang  MRI-guided Biopsies: Pearls and Pitfalls
K. Johnson, R. Weinfurtner, L. Wang
Subcodes: BR, US, MR, BI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC312.
This course presents various challenging cases to illustrate pitfalls in interpretation of various GU and GYN pathologies, as well as complications and their management following GU imaging-guided interventions.

C. Menias  Lessons Learned: GU Cases
M. Kobi  Hits and Misses in GYN Imaging
A. Shenoy-Bhangle  Complications of Imaging-guided GU Interventions
C. Menias, M. Kobi, A. Shenoy-Bhangle
Subcodes: GU, VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC313.
This course will review incidental findings that may be encountered on neuroradiology studies.

A. Grayev  Incidental Findings: Spine Imaging
M. Mullins  Incidental Findings: Brain Imaging
P. Bunch  Incidental Findings: Sinus and Temporal Bone Imaging
R. Wiggins  Incidental Findings: Neck Imaging
A. Grayev, M. Mullins, P. Bunch, R. Wiggins
Subcodes: NR, CT, MR, HN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC314.
During this course, a panel of experts will provide discussion of the imaging features and common pitfalls in the evaluation of soft tissue tumors.

M. Murphey  Benign Soft Tissue Lesions by Tumor Type
S. Broski  Soft Tissue Sarcomas: Pearls and Pitfalls
B. Amini  Soft Tissue Tumors: Post Treatment Evaluation
M. Murphey, S. Broski, B. Amini
Subcodes: MK, MR, RF, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT07.
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

K. Hanneman  Imaging Myocardial Inflammation and Myocarditis: Didactic
D. Vargas  Ischemic Heart Disease and Mimics: Case Review
L. Jimenez Juan  Tumors and Mimics: Case Review
D. Raptis  Congenital Heart Disease Basics: Case Review
K. Hanneman  Aortic Arch Anomalies: Didactic
K. Hanneman, D. Vargas, L. Jimenez Juan, D. Raptis, K. Hanneman
Subcodes: CA
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS17.
L. Rezai  Cardiac Trauma
B. Ghoshhajra  Cardiac Imaging
S. Hedgire  Hot Topics in Cardiac Imaging
L. Rezai, B. Ghoshhajra, S. Hedgire
Subcodes: CA
Credits: 1.5 CME

Thu, May 5, 2022

8:30 AM—10:00 AM

IC401.
This course will discuss and review important diagnoses that are easy to overlook, important to diagnose clinically, and common to occur in a general radiology practice.

C. Chung (2003 Figley Fellow)  Five Pitfalls in Shoulder Imaging
O. Nwawka  Five Pitfalls in Knee Imaging
D. Blankenbaker (2007 Figley Fellow)  Five Pitfalls in Hip Imaging
E. Walker  Five Pitfalls in Spine Imaging
C. Chung (2003 Figley Fellow), O. Nwawka, D. Blankenbaker (2007 Figley Fellow), E. Walker
Subcodes: MK, MR, CT, RF
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC402.
This course will cover a collection of focused talks detailing approaches to pancreatic cancer staging, pancreatic cysts, and pancreatitis.

D. Morgan  Dual Energy CT of the Pancreas
E. Paulson (1997 Figley Fellow)  Pancreatic Cystic Lesions
P. Bhosale  Staging of Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma
D. Morgan, E. Paulson (1997 Figley Fellow), P. Bhosale
Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC403.
This course covers topics in GU imaging that are not commonly discussed. Lectures will discuss imaging of disorders affecting female and male urethra, imaging of conditions affecting fertility, and overview of imaging of transgender patients.

A. Sekhar  Imaging of Female and Male Urethra
K. Patel  Imaging of Transgender Patients
R. Marks  Imaging of Conditions Affecting Fertility
A. Sekhar, K. Patel, R. Marks
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT08.
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

J. McCarty  Spine Anatomy and Localization: Didactic
J. McCarty  Spine: Case Review
H. Bedi  Head and Neck: Case Review
J. Nickerson  Brain: Case Review
T. Kennedy  Brain Anatomy and Localization: Didactic
J. McCarty, J. McCarty, H. Bedi, J. Nickerson, T. Kennedy
Subcodes: NR, HN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS18.
R. Paspulati  GU: Male Pelvis/Urinary Imaging – Prostate Cancer
M. Romero  GU: Male Pelvis/Urinary Imaging – Prostate Cancer
S. Verma  State of the Art Focal Therapy Treatments for Prostate Cancer: What the Radiologist Needs to Know
E. Remer  Changing Guidelines in Genitourinary Imaging
R. Paspulati, M. Romero, S. Verma, E. Remer
Subcodes: GU
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS19.
D. Katz  Gastrointestinal: Diffuse Liver, Body Composition
V. Planz  Gastrointestinal: Diffuse Liver, Body Composition
M. Taffel  Tools for Improving Patient Experience and Clinical Case for Non-English Speakers
A. Narayan  Building a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee for Patient Care and Research
D. Katz, V. Planz, M. Taffel, A. Narayan
Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME

10:30 AM—12:00 PM

IC404.
This course will cover practical approaches to difficult studies.

C. Torres  Brachial Plexus: Imaging Approach
L. Ledbetter  Postoperative Neck: Imaging Approach
V. Shah  Lumbosacral Plexus: Imaging Approach
W. O'Brien  Imaging Approach: Congenital Temporal Bone
C. Torres, L. Ledbetter, V. Shah, W. O'Brien
Subcodes: NR, HN, MR, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC405.
This course will consist of focused topics discussing approaches to HCC and non-HCC liver tumors, LIRADS, and diffuse hepatic conditions.

V. Chernyak  A Practical Approach to LI-RADS
T. Fraum  Diffuse Hepatic Conditions
K. Fowler  Malignant Liver Lesions: Beyond HCC
V. Chernyak, T. Fraum, K. Fowler
Subcodes: GI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC406.
Utilization of PET/CT in assessing response to therapy and prognostication in a wide spectrum of oncologic etiologies from lymphoma to gynecologic malignancies will be reviewed using challenging case examples. The course will also focus on the utility of PET/CT in assessing myocardial pathologies and in assessing response to specific therapies.

E. Akin  PET/CT in Response to Therapy
R. Zeman  Multimodality Nuclear Imaging in Cardiac Disease
E. Rohren  Nuclear Medicine Protocols, Reporting and Challenges
E. Akin, R. Zeman, E. Rohren
Subcodes: NM, MI, PT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT09.
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

H. Garner  Approach to Soft Tissue Mineralization: Didactic
E. Alaia  Infection: Case Review
J. Stensby  Muscle and Tendon Disorders: Case Review
O. Awan (2021 Figley Fellow)  Postoperative Imaging: Case Review
H. Garner  Update on MSK Tumor Imaging
H. Garner, E. Alaia, J. Stensby, O. Awan (2021 Figley Fellow), H. Garner
Subcodes: MK, MR, CT, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS20.
A. Gholamrezanezhad  Musculoskeletal Imaging: Spine and Joints
J. Peterson  Musculoskeletal Imaging: Spine and Joints
A. Chhabra  3D Imaging of ACL and Meniscus Injuries
M. Mechlin  Dilemma of the Transitional Spine Anatomy: How to Describe It?
A. Gholamrezanezhad, J. Peterson, A. Chhabra, M. Mechlin
Subcodes: MK
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS21.
R. Mayo  Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Challenges
L. Wang  Abbreviated Breast MRI/Emerging MRI Techniques
R. Mayo, L. Wang
Subcodes: BR
Credits: 1.5 CME

12:00 PM—1:00 PM

Complimentary Lunch in the Connection Quad on Thursday

1:30 PM—3:00 PM

IC407.
This course will focus on up-to-date imaging guidelines and recommendations of pediatric thoracic and abdominal disorders.

E. Lee  Congenital Lung Malformations
N. Hull  Neonatal and Pediatric Bowel Obstruction
G. Phillips  Pediatric Abdominal Masses
E. Lee, N. Hull, G. Phillips
Subcodes: PD, CH, GI, CT
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC408.
This course discusses pearls and pitfalls of diagnosis and interventions related to renal masses.

K. Elsayes  Pearls and Pitfalls in Diagnosis of Renal Pathologies
S. Silverman  Renal Mass Biopsy: When and Why in 2022
M. Mendiratta-Lala  Imaging-guided Interventions of GU Track
K. Elsayes, S. Silverman, M. Mendiratta-Lala
Subcodes: GU, VI
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC409.
In this course the attendees will learn the role of ultrasound in evaluation & diagnosis of vascular pathologies, review scanning techniques and protocols in the assessment of peripheral vascular & carotid systems, liver transplant, and hemodialysis; discuss characteristic imaging features of related pathological processes and complications. Vascular complications of COVID will also be discussed.

C. Deurdulian  Doppler US Analysis of Carotid Waveforms
J. Pellerito  Peripheral Vascular Doppler & Complications of COVID
M. Lockhart  Doppler of Hemodialysis Access
G. Joshi  Renal Transplant Ultrasound
C. Deurdulian, J. Pellerito, M. Lockhart, G. Joshi
Subcodes: US, VI, GN, ED
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT10.
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

H. Ojeda-Fournier  Update on Abbreviated MRI: Didactic
J. Kunjummen  Differential Diagnosis of Axillary Masses: Case Review
K. Kulkarni  Imaging of the Skin and Superficial Breast Lesions: Case Review
B. Adrada  Multimodality Approach to the Nipple Areolar Complex: Case Review
H. Ojeda-Fournier  Calcifications at DBT: Didactic
H. Ojeda-Fournier, J. Kunjummen, K. Kulkarni, B. Adrada, H. Ojeda-Fournier
Subcodes: BR, DM, MR, US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS22.
W. Gibbs  Neuroradiology: Imaging Tools and Techniques
M. Mossa-Basha  The Benefits of Applications of Intracranial Vessel Wall Imaging in Clinical Practice
J. Chazen  Spine: Do Not Miss These Lesions
W. Gibbs, M. Mossa-Basha, J. Chazen
Subcodes: NR
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS23.
V. Arteaga  Chest Imaging: In the Era of COVID-19
C. Wu  Chest Imaging: In the Era of COVID-19
S. Pipavath  COVID-19 Lung Disease: Through Adversity to the Stars
C. Meyer  Delayed Diagnosis During COVID Pandemic
V. Arteaga, C. Wu, S. Pipavath, C. Meyer
Subcodes: CH
Credits: 1.5 CME

3:30 PM—5:00 PM

IC410.
This course will center on enhancing the diagnostic potential of the ubiquituous radiograph.

R. Shah  Interpreting the Lateral Chest Radiograph
S. Bhalla  Focal Lung Disease Interpretation
G. Abbott  Errors in Chest Radiograph Interpretation
D. Raptis  A Primer for Cardiac Devices
R. Shah, S. Bhalla, G. Abbott, D. Raptis
Subcodes: CH, GN
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC411.
During this course you will learn up-to-date imaging guidelines and recommendations of pediatric musculoskeletal imaging.

R. Restrepo  Pediatric Fractures
L. Naffaa  Pediatric HIp Disorders
A. Chaturvedi  Pediatric Musculoskeletal Infections
R. Restrepo, L. Naffaa, A. Chaturvedi
Subcodes: PD, MK, CT, MR
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
IC412.
This course will focus on diagnostic imaging of the male breast, the pregnant or lactating patient, and the symptomatic patient.

H. Marshall  Imaging Evaluation of the Male Breast
S. Pittman  Imaging Evaluation of the Pregnant & Lactating Patient
K. Dodelzon  Imaging Evaluation of the Symptomatic Patient
H. Marshall, S. Pittman, K. Dodelzon
Subcodes: BR, US, DM, MO
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
RT11.
A Practical Case-Based Radiology Review is a unique opportunity for radiologists at all levels, from training to those in practice for years, to review common topics in eleven radiology disciplines presented in a case-based format. Each case will be presented with an unknown diagnosis for audience self -assessment.

D. Oppenheimer  Parathyroid Sonography: Didactic
H. Bello  Liver and Renal Transplant Complications: Case Review
D. Oppenheimer  Right Upper Quadrant (RUQ) Emergencies: Case Review
M. Melany  Female Pelvis Emergencies: Case Review
C. Deurdulian  Scrotal Ultrasound: Pearls for Diagnosis: Didactic
D. Oppenheimer, H. Bello, D. Oppenheimer, M. Melany, C. Deurdulian
Subcodes: US
Credits: 1.5 CME/SAM
SS24.
C. De Cecco  AI and Radiomics in Cardiac Imaging
A. Pyrros  AI: Value-Based Healthcare and Quality
C. De Cecco, A. Pyrros
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1.5 CME
SS25.
S. Taj  Vascular: Venous Access, Biopsies, and Drainage
L. Kang  Vascular: Venous Access, Biopsies, and Drainage
R. Tomihama  Nonsurgical Treatment of Osteoarthritis
S. Young  Moving Radioembolization Forward: All Paths Lead to Dosimetry
S. Taj, L. Kang, R. Tomihama, S. Young
Subcodes: VI
Credits: 1.5 CME