Penn Radiology Neuro, Body and MSK Imaging Update

Penn Radiology Essentials in Body and MSK Imaging CME / CPD 

Full Course:  21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits for CME / CEU / CPD; (EXPIRES 6/19/21)

Course(s) are appropriate for:  Radiologists, Physicians, Subspecialist Physicians

Series 2 (MSK2) Topics Include: Pituitary, Maxillofacial, CNS, Brain Tumors, MSK Masses, and more.

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Neuro I

Pituitary and Parasellar Pathology: Clues to Radiologic Diagnosis; Found Down: What to Look For?; Maxillofacial Injury: Practical Tips; Brain Pain: CNS Infections; Double Header in Head & Neck: EBV and HIV; Deep Neck Space Infections: Pearls and Pitfalls; and Questions & Answers

Body I

Problem Solving in Abdominal Imaging: The Power of Doppler; Biliary Emergencies; Acute Pelvic Pain: What Not to Miss!; Ultrasound of the Male Genitalia: Erectile Dysfunction & Unusual Scrotal Problems; and Questions & Answers

Pediatric I

Fetal Ultrasonography: Old Questions, New Answers?; Pediatric Critical Care Films: Identifying the Needle in the Haystack and Knowing What to Do About It; Refusal to Bear Weight: Identifying the Elusive Cause Through Complementary Imaging; and Pediatric Vascular Anomalies: Using Complementary Imaging to Sharpen Your Diagnostic Accuracy


Anatomic Variant: Normal or Pathological?; Avoiding Pitfalls in Ultrasound of Everyday Musculoskeletal Conditions; Blind Spots and Missed Diagnoses on Knee MRI; and Optimization of MSK MRI: Imaging Artifacts and Metal Suppression Techniques


Thoracic Trauma: Tips and Traps; Pulmonary Infections: Mycobacteria and Beyond; Interstitial Lung Disease: Interesting and Challenging Cases; Imaging in the ICU: Beware of the Snare; Acute and Chronic Pulmonary Embolism: Concepts and Controversies; Pulmonary Nodules & Lung Cancer (A Status Update); and Questions & Answers

Neuro II

Backbone of Neuroradiology: An Inside-Out Approach to Spine Pathology; PET-CT in Head and Neck Cancer: Pearls and Pitfalls; Sino-Nasal and Skull Base Pathology; Case-Based: 10 Pearls of Wisdom Around the Neck; 2016 WHO Classification of the Brain Tumors: State-of-the-Art Imaging Update; Questions & Answers

Body II

Pancreatitis Plus Professional Productivity Strategies: Making the Reading Room Smarter, Friendlier, & More Efficient; The Top 10 Missed Diagnoses in GI Tract Pathology; MR Enterography: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly; CT Urography: Protocols & Pitfalls; and Questions & Answers

Pediatric II

What You Need to Know About the Top 5 Pediatric Abdominal Tumors; Ultrasound Red Flags in the Critical Newborn; Pediatric Acute Abdomen: A Case-Based Approach; and Questions & Answers


Musculoskeletal Masses and Mimics: Myositis, Osteomyelitis and Synovitis; A 360-Degree Tour of the Shoulder; ESPN Imaging: Hipsters and Hip-Pointers; and Questions & Answers

Course Objectives

After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to: 
1. Describe the current advances in radiology for accurate image interpretation of adult and pediatric diseases of the brain, neck, chest, abdomen and joints 
2. Design appropriate imaging protocols that optimize diagnostic accuracy and minimize radiation exposure, particularly in the pediatric population 
3. Identify high yield diagnoses throughout multiple specialties of radiology 
4. Review common imaging artifacts, anatomic variants and critical diagnoses and make appropriate management recommendations


Release Date: 6/20/18
CME Expiration: 6/19/21
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of Global Education Group (Global) and Meetings By Mail. Global is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.  Global Education Group designates this enduring material for a maximum of 21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.  This enduring material includes 15.25 hours CT, 13.25 hours MR, 7 hours ultrasound and 2.75 hours PET/nuclear medicine.  Several presentations concern multiple modalities.
All credits for this enduring material are applicable toward Self Assessment CME requirements for Maintenance of Certification (MOC).