MONDAY, DECEMBER 7

 GASTROINTESTINAL RADIOLOGY  Ballroom A

7:00

Breakfast

 

7:25

Welcome and Morning Announcements: SAMs Session Intro

Gore

7:30

MDCT of Pancreatic Cancer: Detection and Staging (SAM)

Fishman

8:05

Imaging Acute Pancreatitis (1 SAM with above)

Miller

8:40

Opportunistic Screening at Abdominal CT: Adding Value Beyond the Clinical Indication (SAM)

Pickhardt

9:15

Hereditary Gastrointestinal Cancers: Screening and Diagnosis (1 SAM with above)

Gore

9:50

Break and Visit Exhibits

 

10:10

Misdiagnosis in GI Imaging: A Case-based Review

Pickhardt

10:40

MR of Benign Liver Lesions

Miller

11:10

CT Evaluation of Cystic Pancreatic Masses

Fishman

11:40

Complications of Bariatric Surgery

Gore

12:10

Questions and Answers

 

12:30

Morning Session Adjourns

 

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ULTRASOUND Ballroom A

1:45              

3D Ultrasound in Gynecology (SAM)

Pretorius          

2:20

Thyroid and Parathyroid Ultrasound: When and What to Biopsy (1 SAM with above)

Benson

2:55

Hepatic Doppler: Start to Finish (SAM)

Scoutt

3:30

The Pancreas: The Forgotten Organ in Ultrasound (1 SAM with above)

Winter

4:05

Questions and Answers

Faculty

4:30

Adjourn for the Day

 


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COMPREHENSIVE LUNG CANCER SCREENING WORKSHOP

Monday, December 7, 2020 7:25-9:50 AM

FACULTY: Jared D. Christensen, MD, CLASSROOM C

This 2.5-hour workshop will consist of didactic and a hands-on interactive case-based approach to lung cancer screening. Participants will work through 50 lung cancer screening cases that illustrate principles of nodule identification, measurement, classification, and management. Each case will be reviewed in detail, highlighting teaching points and practical tips for efficiently and accurately utilizing Lung-RADS in daily practice. 

Learning Objectives

⦁ Summarize patient eligibility criteria for lung cancer screening.

⦁ Review ACR Lung-RADS classification categories.

⦁ Correctly classify lung nodules and management recommendations utilizing ACR Lung-RADS.

⦁ Understand the limitations and pitfalls in lung cancer screening interpretation. 

The Lung Cancer Screening Workshop is offered free to full-course registrants. Separate sign up is required for this limited seating workshop. Use code NDISLUNG20. Single-day workshop registrations may be available closer to the date of the symposium; please call us at  (888) 207-9105, Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 5 pm EST, or check our website for updates. 

World Class CME wishes to thank Riverain Technologies for an educational grant in support of the National Diagnostic Imaging Symposium

Our live World Class CME conferences for 2021 are open for registrations! In addition we offer monthly webinars in breast imaging and have other online course options.