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Radiology Review Course

The University of Washington School of Medicine

The University of Washington School of Medicine's Radiology Review Course provides an immersive, case-based look at all aspects of diagnostic radiology.


 
CREDITS Earn 37.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
CE RELEASE June 1, 2015
CE EXPIRE May 31, 2017
ONLINE PRICE $1,295.00
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Description


This course provides a review of all aspects of diagnostic radiology, both for the practicing radiologist, as well as for the radiologist in training seeking a broad-based review. Specific sections include nuclear medicine, musculoskeletal imaging, breast imaging, interventional radiology, neuroradiology, pediatric imaging, body imaging (including gastrointestinal, genitourinary, and ultrasound imaging) and chest radiology. The course is case-based, reviewing the imaging features of the major disease entities in each of these sections.
 
 

Intended Audience


Practicing national and international radiologists, radiology trainees, and other physicians wanting a comprehensive review of all aspects of diagnostic radiology.
 
 

Topics & Speakers


Genitourinary
  • The Collecting System: CTU and IVP
    William Bush, MD, FACR
  • Cross-Sectional Imaging of the Uterus and Ovaries
    Suresh Maximin, MD
  • Prostate and Testes
    Sooah Kim, MD
  • Penis and Urinary Bladder
    David Coy, MD, PhD
  • Kidneys
    Bruce Lehnert, MD
  • Adrenal Glands
    Puneet Bhargava, MD
Musculoskeletal
  • Arthritis
  • Metabolic and Hematogenous Disease of the Bone
    Felix Chew, MD, EdM, MBA
  • Musculoskeletal Trauma
    Michael Richardson, MD
  • Musculoskeletal Tumors
    Hyojeong Mulcahy, MD
  • Musculoskeletal MRI
  • Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
    Jack Porrino, MD
Nuclear
  • Esophagus, Stomach and Duodenum
    Jabi Shriki, MD
  • Bone, Thyroid, Parathyroid
    Sanaz Behnia, MD
  • Cardiac and Pulmonary
    Shana Elman, MD
  • Gastrointestinal and Genitourinary Systems
    Manuela Matesan, MD, PhD
  • Central Nervous System
    David Lewis, MD
  • Infection, Inflammation and Neoplasms
    Hubert Vesselle, PhD, MD
Ultrasound
  • Contrast
    Carolyn Wang, MD
  • Thyroid, Parathyroid and Vascular Ultrasound
  • Obstetrical and Gynecologic Ultrasound
    Manjiri Dighe, MD
  • Fetal Ultrasound
  • Liver, Gallbladder and Renal Ultrasound
    Theodore Dubinsky, MD, FSRU
Interventional
  • Vascular Diagnosis
  • Non-Vascular Interventions
    Karim Valji, MD
  • Arterial Interventions - Part 1
    Christopher Ingraham, MD
  • Arterial Interventions - Part 2
  • Venous Interventions
    George Soltes, MD
Mammography
  • Calcifications
    Grace Kalish, MD
  • Masses and Asymmetry
  • Ultrasound Evaluation of a Breast Mass
    Jennifer Kohr, MD
  • Key Management Issues in Breast Imaging
  • MRI and Interventions of Breast Imaging
    Peter Eby, MD
Chest/Cardiac
  • Tracheobronchial Disease
    Sudhakar Pipavath, MD
  • Trauma of the Chest
    Eric Stern, MD
  • Focal Opacities
    Gautham Reddy, MD
  • Diffuse Lung Disease
    Jitesh Ahuja, MD
  • Mediastinum and Pleura
    J. David Godwin, MD
  • Nodules and Malignancy
    Julie Takasugi, MD
  • Cardiovascular Imaging
    Gregory Kicska, MD, PhD
GI
  • NRC
    James Velez, PharmD
  • Small Bowel and Colon
    Michael McNeeley, MD
  • Liver, Gallbladder and Bile Ducts
    Neeraj Lalwani, MD
  • Pancreas and Spleen
    Carlos Cuevas, MD
  • Peritoneum and Mesentery
    Ryan O’Malley, MD
Neuro
  • Head and Neck Imaging
  • Neurophakomatoses
    Roberta Dalley, MD
  • Intracranial Tumors
    James R. Fink, MD
  • White Matter, Metabolic and Degenerative Disease
    Dean Shibata, MD
  • Vascular Disease and Intracranial Hemorrhage
    Mahmud Mossa-Basha, MD
  • Central Nervous System Infections
    Kathleen Fink, MD
  • Spine Imaging
    Jayson Benjert, DO
Pediatrics
  • Pediatric Neurologic Imaging
    Jason Nixon, MD
  • Pediatric Chest Imaging
    Jonathan Swanson, MD
  • Pediatric Gastrointestinal Imaging
    Teresa Chapman, MD, MA
  • Pediatric Genitourinary Imaging
    Sadaf Bhutta, MBBS
  • Pediatric Musculoskeletal Imaging
    Jeffrey Otjen, MD
Non-Interpretive Skills
  • Non-Interpretive Skills -- Part 1
  • Non-Interpretive Skills -- Part 2
    Annemarie Relyea-Chew, JD, MS

 
 

Faculty


COURSE CO-CHAIRS

Jack A. Porrino, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Puneet Bhargava, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology


COURSE PLANNING COMMITTEE

Fatemeh S. Behnia, MD
Acting Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Peter R. Eby, MD
Radiologist
Virginia Mason Medical Center
Seattle, WA

Kathleen R. Fink, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Ramesh S. Iyer, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Hyojeong Mulcahy, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Sudhakar Pipavath, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology


Jabi E. Shriki, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Karim Valji, MD
Professor
Department of Radiology


GUEST FACULTY

David L. Coy, MD, PhD
Radiologist
Virginia Mason Medical Center
Seattle, WA

Peter Eby, MD
Radiologist
Virginia Mason Medical Center
Seattle, WA

Grace Kalish, MD
Radiologist
Valley Medical Center
Seattle, WA

Jennifer Kohr, MD
Radiologist
Virginia Mason Medical Center
Seattle, WA


UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON FACULTY

Jitesh Ahuja, MD
Senior Fellow
Department of Radiology

William H. Bush, MD, FACR
Professor Emeritus
Department of Radiology

Jayson Benjert, DO
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Sadaf T. Bhutta, MBBS
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Teresa Chapman, MD, MA
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Felix S. Chew, MD, EdM, MBA
Professor
Department of Radiology

Carlos J. Cuevas, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Roberta W. Dalley, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Manjiri K. Dighe, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Theodore J. Dubinsky, MD, FSRU
Professor
Department of Radiology

Shana Elman, MD
Senior Fellow
Department of Radiology

James R. Fink, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

J. David Godwin, MD
Professor
Department of Radiology

Christopher R. Ingraham, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Gregory A. Kicska, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Sooah Kim, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Neeraj Lalwani, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Bruce E. Lehnert, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

David H. Lewis, MD
Professor
Department of Radiology

Manuela Matesan, MD, PhD
Acting Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Suresh T. Maximin, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Michael F. McNeeley, MD
Fellow
Department of Radiology

Mahmud Mossa-Basha, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Jason Nixon, MD
Acting Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Ryan B. O’Malley, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Jeffrey P. Otjen, MD
Acting Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Gautham P. Reddy, MD
Professor
Department of Radiology

Annemarie Relyea-Chew, JD, MS
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Michael L. Richardson, MD
Professor
Department of Radiology

Dean K. Shibata, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

George D. Soltes, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Eric J. Stern, MD
Professor
Department of Radiology

Jonathan O. Swanson, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

Julie E. Takasugi, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Radiology

Carolyn L. Wang, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

James W. Velez, PharmD
Director of Nuclear Pharmacy
Department of Radiology

Hubert J. Vesselle, PhD, MD
Professor
Department of Radiology


 
 

Learning Objectives


At the completion of this course, you should be able to:
  • Identify high-yield radiologic diagnoses throughout all specialties of radiology
  • Provide an understanding of the pathophysiology pertaining to said diagnoses
  • Provide a concise differential diagnosis for those disease entities discussed

 
 

Accreditation


Accreditation with Commendation -- The University of Washington School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
 
 

Designation


The University of Washington School of Medicine designates this enduring material for a maximum of 37.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The total credits are inclusive of 15.0 in CT, 6.0 in MR, 6.0 in Ultrasound, 4.0 in Nuclear Medicine, 2.5 in Breast Imaging (5 in breast MRI and 5 in breast ultrasound).

It is estimated that it should take the average learner 37.0 hours, including completion of the activity evaluation, to conclude the activity. CME credit is obtained upon successful completion of an activity evaluation (score of at least 70% correct or greater is required), as well as payment of a $45 processing fee.

Date of Original Release:June 1, 2015
Date Credits Expire: May 31, 2017