The University of Chicago Radiology Review

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Full Course:  48 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits for CME / CEU / CPD; (EXPIRES 06/15/22)

Course(s) are appropriate for:  This program was designed to meet the educational needs of practicing radiologists, radiologists in training and other physicians, as well as advanced practitioners with a special interest in radiology.

Learning from the Experts

World Class CME's National Diagnostic Imaging Symposium™ is a comprehensive program featuring 115 presentations across 10 subspecialties, including Abdominal, Chest, Cardiovascular, Emergency, Genitourinary, Neurology, Musculoskeletal and Nuclear Medicine. This CME course will help you to better:
  • Assess injuries and diseases of the extremities, spine and face using CT and MRI
  • Apply ultrasound in musculoskeletal, gynecological, obstetrical, cardiovascular and other organ systems
  • Use MDCT and MR imaging to evaluate the abdomen, liver, pancreas, spleen and bowel
  • Evaluate genitourinary malignancies, masses and anomalies using MRI, CT and US
  • Understand the newest breast screening and diagnostic technologies
And more...
This course is strictly ONLINE with no download – an internet connection is critical in order to do this course.  Do not complete testing prior to the end of your chosen date period or your dates will be adjusted.

To view topic outline of the full course, see below:

Full Course:
Full Course Price:
Available in Interactive format.
Only Available Option: Full



Thyroid Nodule Evaluation and Management: Evolving Topics; Multidetector CT of Acute GI Hemorrhage; Body MR: A Practical Approach; Solid and Cystic Pancreatic Masses; Cirrhotic Liver Disease, HCC and MR Elastography; CT and MR Enterography; Prostate MR; and Focal Lesions in the Non-Cirrhotic Liver.

Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear Medicine: Applications in the Acute and Emergency Setting; Nuclear Medicine: Applications in the Clinic Setting; BIRADS; Interesting Cases; Advanced Imaging; Radiology Pathology Discordance.


Imaging Ischemic Stroke; Imaging Hemorrhagic Stroke; Trauma and CT of the Head; Orbits; Infectious and Non-infectious Intracranial Inflammatory Disorders; Brain Vascular Malformations; Degenerative and Inflammatory Diseases of the Spine; Spine Tumors; Approaching Common Intracranial Neoplasms; White Matter Diseases; Advanced Neuroimaging: MRS, fMRI, Diffusion Tensor, and Susceptibility; Acquired Pediatric Neurologic Disorders; Imaging of Head and Neck Squamous Cell Cancers; Deep Spaces of the Neck; Temporal Bone; Neuroradiology Unknowns.

Pediatric Case-Based Reviews: Emergency Department Radiology

Pediatric Thorax; Pediatric Airway; Pediatric Gastrointestinal; Pediatric Genitourinary; Pediatric Musculoskeletal; and Pediatric Neuroradiology.

Interventional Radiology for the Diagnostic Radiologist

Venous Interventions and IVC Filters; Interventional Oncology; Non-Vascular Diagnosis and Therapy; Clinical Quiz: Errors Made on Imaging Studies by Diagnostic Radiologists Interpreting IR Related Interventions.

Nuclear Medicine

PET Imaging: Current Techniques and New Clinical Tracers; Skeletal Scintigraphy; Beyond Metabolic Imaging and Nuclear Medicine Unknowns.


Upper Genitourinary Imaging; Updates in Body CT - Emphasis on DECT; Lower Genitourinary Imaging; Genitourinary Unknowns; Lower Gastrointestinal Imaging; Virtual Colonoscopy; Rectal Cancer Staging/MRI; Gastrointestinal Unknowns.


Interstitial Lung Disease; Mediastinum; Cystic Lung Disease; Pulmonary Nodules and Masses; MDCT and Pulmonary Embolism; Chest Unknowns; Addressing Radiology Burnout; and Artificial Intelligence in Radiology: A Reality Check.


MR Imaging of the Foot and Ankle; MR Imaging of the Shoulder; MR Imaging of the Hip; Bone Tumors; Metabolic Bone Disease; MR Imaging of the Knee; Imaging Arthritis; Musculoskeletal Unknowns.

Obstetrical Ultrasound

Obstetrical Ultrasound I and II and Obstetrical Ultrasound Unknowns.


Evaluation of LV Function: Cardiac MRI; Myocardial Tissue Characterization and Non-Ischemic CMP: Cardiac MRI; Ischemic Heart Disease: Cardiac MRI; Coronary Artery Disease: Cardiac CT; Structural Heart Disease (including TAVR, LAA Occluder, and MitraClip): Cardiac CT; and Cardiac Masses.

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
  • Identify the clinical features of common and less common diseases to create an appropriate differential diagnoses
  • Discuss how both general and subspecialty radiologic imaging techniques lead to the appropriate differential diagnoses of common and less common diseases
  • Detail how the newer imaging methods of breast tomosynthesis, diffusion MR, tractography, cardiac CT/MR, virtual colonoscopy, PET/CT, SPECT/CT, and PET/MR can lead to improved diagnoses
  • Compare the most effective imaging methods of different disease entities
  • Analyze the strengths and limitations of different diagnostic imaging procedures
  • Describe how technology and the greater healthcare system affect the practice of radiology

Additional Information

The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine designates this enduring material for a maximum of 48 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Date of Original Release: June 15, 2019
Date Credits Expire: June 15, 2022
CME credit is awarded upon successful completion of a course evaluation and post-test.