Program

FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2020

 

Time

Program

Faculty

7:00

Registration and Breakfast

 

7:25

Morning Announcements

Ulissey

7:30

Breast Ultrasound Physics and Equipment Choices

Stavros

8:00

Breast Ultrasound Anatomy- The Basis for Understanding Breast Pathology  (SAM)

Stavros

8:45

Breast Ultrasound Indications and Clinical and Mammographic Correlation with Ultrasound  (1 SAM with above)

Stavros

9:15

Questions and Answers

Faculty

9:30

Break and Visit Exhibits

 

10:00

Ultrasound of Breast Cysts That Are Not Simple  (SAM)

Stavros

11:00

US of Solid Breast Masses – US Features as “Qualitative Diagnostic Biomarkers.” – Finding BI-RADS 3/4A Border to Decide Biopsy vs. No Biopsy

Stavros

11:45

Questions and Answers

Faculty

12:00

Lunch on Your Own

 

1:10

Why You, and Everyone, Should Be Using BI-RADS 4 Subcategories with Ultrasound, and a Suggestion of How We Might Actually Get There

Stavros

1:30

New US Feature Scoring System to Take Us beyond Biopsy vs. No Biopsy – US Features as “Quantitative Predictive Biomarkers.”  (SAM)

Stavros

2:00

Results of New US Feature Scoring System as “Quantitative Predictive Biomarkers” –With Raw Scores and with AI (1 SAM with above)

Stavros

2:30

Questions and Answer

Faculty

2:45

Break and Visit Exhibits

 

3:15

An Introduction to Opto-acoustic Imaging

Ulissey

3:55

Interactive Case Reading – Objectively and Precisely Predicting Percentage Likelihood of Malignancy and BI-RADS 4 Subcategories from New US Feature Scoring System

Stavros

 

4:30

Interventional Procedures of the Breast

Otto

5:10

Questions and Answers

Faculty

5:20

Adjourn for the Day

 

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 2020

Time

Program

Faculty

7:00

Breakfast

 

7:25

Morning Announcements

Ulissey

7:30

Dense Breast Tissue: Risk of Breast Cancer and Limitations of Mammography

Rapelyea 

8:00

Breast Cancer Screening Using Automated 3D Ultrasound

Rapelyea 

8:15

Whole Breast Ultrasound Scanning Techniques and Methods  (SAM)                                     

Herron

8:45

Using New US Feature Scores as Prognostic Biomarkers – Correlating US Features with Hormone Receptor Status, HER2, Ki-67, Histologic Grade, and Molecular Subtypes (1 SAM with Above)

Stavros

9:30

Questions and Answers

Faculty

9:45

Break and Visit Exhibits

 

10:15

Interactive Case Reading - Using New US Feature Scoring System as Prognostic Biomarkers

Stavros

10:45

Analysis of False Negative US BI-RADS Classifications – “Absolute” false negatives and “Relative” false negatives – why did they occur and how to minimize them.

Stavros

11:15

Interactive Case Reading - Reading Difficult Real-World Cases that Were Under-Classified with Ultrasound

Stavros

11:45

Questions and Answers

Faculty

12:00

Lunch on Your Own

 

1:10

Henda’s Law- Experiences from Henda Herself

Salmeron

1:30

Alternatives to Preoperative Wire Localizations

Herron

1:55

Questions and Answers

Salmeron& Herron

2:05

Break and Visit Exhibits

 

2:25- 5:15

Breast Ultrasound Workshops

Herron, Otto, Rapelyea, Stavros, Ulissey

,        

SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 2020

Time

Program

Faculty

7:00

Breakfast

 

7:25

Morning Announcements

Herron

7:30

Ultrasound of Regional Lymph Nodes of the Breast, including Z0011, The Sound Study, and other newer studies (SAM)

Stavros

8:30

Ultrasound of Nipple Discharge and Papillary Lesions (SAM)

Stavros

9:15

Evaluation and Treatment of Breast Pain (1 SAM with above)

Herron

9:30

Lifestyle Choices to Help Prevent Breast Cancer

Herron

9:45

Questions and Answers

Faculty

10:00

Break

 

10:15

Making 2nd Look US after MRI more effective – A proposal for an an ultrasound Non-Mass Lexicon to better correlate with MRI Non-mass Enhancement

Stavros

11:00

Interactive Cases – Non-Mass US Features to Correspond to NME on MRI (SAM)

Stavros

11:15

Ultrasound of Mammary Implants  (1 SAM with above)

Stavros

12:00

Questions and Answers

Stavros

12:15

Meeting Adjourns

 

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