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Abdominal Imaging Section

February 15, 2009
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Welcome to the Abdominal Imaging Section of Radiology Daily.

In the Abdominal Imaging section, we will be keeping you up to date on the latest information in the field of Abdominal Imaging, including abdominal ultrasound, colonoscopy, virtual colonoscopy, use of multiplanar reformations (MPRs) for abdomen and pelvis, MDCT, helical (single and multidetector-row) CT and MRI, CT/MR angiography, and CT cholangiography.

We will also include news on the current clinical challenges in abdominal imaging, including interpreting imaging studies, and how to choose and use the various imaging technologies in the hope of better patient outcomes.

Related CME:
NEW FOR 2009
Abdominal & Thoracic CT/MR/US: Optimizing Practice
The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine
Evolving technology improves radiological practice through improved image quality for anatomical interpretation and generation of functional data. The use of MDCT and fast, multi-phase imaging sequences also translates to a tremendous increase in data that requires review and handling and greater need for contrast and radiation safety awareness. This activity targets the community radiologist involved in body and cardiovascular imaging with a focus on developing an efficient workflow practice in the modern imaging environment.
Read more or order: Abdominal & Thoracic CT/MR/US: Optimizing Practice

CT/MRI of the Abdomen and Pelvis
University of California San Francisco Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging
Provides an updated review on the use of helical (single and multidetector-row) CT and MRI for imaging of the abdomen and pelvis. Participants will learn the current approach and uses of CT/MRI in the examination of the abdomen and pelvis including advances in abdominal MRI techniques, genitourinary applications of CT/MRI, CT colonoscopy, CT/MR angiography, and CT cholangiography.
Earn up to 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
Abdominal Imaging CME
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