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Neuroradiology Review for the Practicing Radiologist 2018 (ARRS VIDEOS) (CME VIDEOS)


Neuroradiology is one of the fastest growing fields in radiology, especially with many radiologists providing nighttime coverage. This course will provide a concise, state-of-the-art review and update on the latest practical advances in neuroradiology.
Earn credit at your own pace through November 18, 2021 and continue to access your videos until November 19, 2028. See below for detailed information and learning outcomes.

Learning Outcomes and Modules
Upon completion of this course, participants will possess the knowledge and skills to:

recognize the anatomy of the brain, spine, and head and neck
interpret imaging studies of the brain, spine, and head and neck in acute and non-acute settings
differentiate various pathologies involving the brain
differentiate various disorders of the spine
identify neoplasms and infections that involve the neck

Module 1

Spine Trauma—B. McDonald
Congenital Malformations of the Spine—M. Ho
Neoplasms of the Spinal Cord—H. Parmar

Module 2

Gadolinium Deposition in the Brain: Update—B. McDonald
Imaging of Sella and Juxtasellar Lesions—H. Parmar
Brachial Plexus—S. Mukherji

Module 3

Adult and Pediatric Brain Tumors—M. Ho
Infectious and Inflammatory Disorders of the Brain—M. Castillo
Imaging of Dementia—C. Hunt
Vascular Disorders of the Brain—J. Heit

Module 4

Imaging of Stroke—J. Heit
New and Advanced Imaging Techniques:  Moving Toward a 5 Minute MRI Brain Scan—M. Castillo 
Endovascular Treatment of Stroke and Aneurysms—J. Heit

Module 5

Anatomy of the Skull Base & Temporal Bone—J. Lane 
Cranial Nerves—C. Glastonbury
SCCA of the Upper Aerodigestive Track—C. Glastonbury

Module 6

Simplified Approach to the Spaces of the Head & Neck—S. Mukherji
Temporal Bone Pathology—J. Lane
Simplified Approach to the Lymph Nodes of the Head & Neck—S. Mukherji
Post-Treatment Imaging of the Neck Including PET—C. Hunt

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