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  • 2013RSNA(FilteredSchedule)

    Saturday, November 30, 201312:00-02:00PM SPPH01 Room:E351 AAPM/RSNAPhysicsTutorialforResidents:ControlofDoseinComputedTomography01:00-05:00PM SPGW01 Room:E253AB NIHGrantsmanshipWorkshop01:00-05:00PM SPRW01 Room:E253CD RSNA/ARRStudySectionReviewersWorkshopWhatItTakestoBeanExpertReviewerfortheNIH:ThePeerReview...01:00-05:00PM SPSP01 Room:E451A RadiologiadelaInfeccioneInflamacion:SesindelColegioInteramericanodeRadiologia(CIR)enEspa...02:15-04:15PM SPPH02 Room:E351 AAPM/RSNATutorialonEquipmentSelection:ImagingSystemsDesignedtoReduceCTDoseandMaintainImageQuali...

    Sunday, December 01, 201310:45-12:15PM SPOI11 Room:E353C OncodiagnosisPanel:PediatricSarcoma(AnInteractiveSession)

    Monday, December 02, 201307:15-08:15AM SPSC20 Room:E350 ControversySession:RadiologyReporting:IsStructuredReportingtheAnswer?07:15-08:15AM SPSH20 Room:E451B HotTopicSession:ConcussionandTraumaticBrainInjury07:15-08:15AM SPSH21 Room:E353A HotTopicSession:TherapiesforEarlyStageILungCancer:OptionsandControversies01:30-02:45PM SPPH21 Room:S102D AAPM/RSNABasicPhysicsLecturefortheRadiologicTechnologist:DigitalImagingExposureIndicators-Implicati...01:30-05:45PM SPPH22 Room:S102C PhysicsSymposium:UncertaintiesinRadiationTherapy201:30-04:30PM SPRP21 Room:E271A ProgramtoEnhanceRelationalandCommunicationSkillsforRadiologists(PERCS:Radiology)03:00-05:30PM SPEP21 Room:E253AB EstatePlanninginOurNewTaxEnvironment04:30-06:00PM SPDL21 Room:E450A RSNADiagnosisLive:ChestandAbdomen04:30-06:00PM SPSI21 Room:E351 SpecialInterestSession:ImageWisely:UpdateonIssuesinAdultRadiationProtection04:30-06:00PM SPSI22 Room:N229 SpecialInterestSession:GettingRadiologistPeerReviewRight04:30-06:00PM SPSI23 Room:N228 SpecialInterestSession:PlanningfortheFutureRadiologyWorkforce:TooManyorTooFew?04:30-06:00PM SPSI24 Room:E451A SpecialInterestSession:BreastDensity:RiskAssessment,Communication,andApproachestoSupplementalImagi...04:30-06:00PM SPSI25 Room:N226 SpecialInterestSession:ImaginginaNewDimension:RadiologistsAddValue

    Tuesday, December 03, 201307:15-08:15AM SPSC30 Room:E350 ControversySession:FibroidTherapy:UAEvsFocusedUS07:15-08:15AM SPSH30 Room:E351 HotTopicSession:LungAdenocarcinoma-EvolvingConcepts

    Wednesday, December 04, 201307:15-08:15AM SPSC40 Room:E350 ControversySession:MRIContrastUse:HaveQualityandSafetyCollided?07:15-08:15AM SPSH40 Room:E353A HotTopicSession:IndicationsforMRIversusLowDoseCTinCongenitalHeartDisease01:30-05:30PM SPHA41 Room:S103AB HospitalAdministratorsSymposium04:30-06:00PM SPDL41 Room:E451A RSNADiagnosisLive:NeuroradiologyandMusculoskeletalRadiology04:30-06:00PM SPSC41 Room:E450A ControversySession:LungCancerScreening:Conflictof'DollarsandSense?'04:30-06:00PM SPSC42 Room:N228 ControversySession:CTRadiationandRisk:HowCertainAreWeoftheUncertainties?04:30-06:00PM SPSC43 Room:E353B ControversySession:ControversiesinRadiology:StrokePenumbralImaging(AnInteractiveSession)04:30-06:00PM SPSC44 Room:S404AB ControversySession:TheEvolvingRoleofImage-guidedPulmonary,Hepatic,andRenalMassBiopsy:CurrentIndi...04:30-06:00PM SPSC45 Room:S404CD ControversySession:TheHeartoftheMatter:NuclearStressTestvsCTAforLowtoIntermediateRiskCardiac...04:30-06:00PM SPSC46 Room:N227 ControversySession:ControversiesinImagingStrategiesforHCCinCirrhosis

    Thursday, December 05, 201307:15-08:15AM SPSC50 Room:E351

    07:15-08:15AM SPSH50 Room:E350 HotTopicSession:MultimodalityImagingwithMR-PET03:00-04:00PM SPDL51 Room:E450A RSNADiagnosisLive:RadiologyPotpourri03:00-04:00PM SPSH51 Room:E451A HotTopicSession:Metal-on-MetalArthroplastyComplications03:00-04:00PM SPSH52 Room:E350 HotTopicSession:MRQuantificationTechniquesintheLiver(Fat,Iron,Fibrosis)03:00-04:00PM SPSH54 Room:S404AB HotTopicSession:AmyloidImaging03:00-04:00PM SPSH55 Room:S403A HotTopicSession:FromIrenetoSandy:HowtoKeepaDigitalDepartmentRunningduringaNaturalDisaster03:00-04:00PM SPSH56 Room:S403B HotTopicSession:Clinical'KillerApplications'forSpectralCT

    Friday, December 06, 201312:30-03:00PM SPMK61 Room:E350 FridayImagingSymposium:MRImagingofCommonMusculoskeletalInjuries(AnInteractiveSession)

    AAPM/RSNA Physics Tutorial for Residents: Control of Dose in Computed Tomography

    Saturday, 12:00 PM - 02:00 PM E351 BacktoTop

    QA PH CT SPPH01 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :2 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:2

    ModeratorRichard J Massoth,PhD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)TodescribetheunderlyingphysicsofCTDoseandthetechnicalfactorswhichaffectpatientdose.2)Tounderstanddifferentapproachestoimagereconstructionandtheircontributiontopatientdosereduction.3)HowtodevelopandreviewlowdoseprotocolsforCT.

    SPPH01A Factors that Affect CT Dose and Dosimetry Methods Jerry A ThomasMS(Presenter)*

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  • SPPH01B Image Reconstruction Techniques which Contribute to Patient Dose Reduction Richard J MassothPhD(Presenter)

    SPPH01C Low Dose Protocols - Source and Review Methodology Jerry A ThomasMS(Presenter)*

    NIH Grantsmanship Workshop

    Saturday, 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM E253AB BacktoTop

    RS SPGW01 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :3.75 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:4

    ModeratorGayle E Woloschak,PhD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)GaingreaterunderstandingoftheNIHgrantsprocess:a.understandtheprocessforpreparingaresearchortraininggrantapplication.b.learntheelementsofacompetitivegrantapplication.2)GaininsightintothenewfeaturesoftheNIHreviewprocess.3)Viewthereviewprocessinactionthroughamockstudysection.

    SPGW01A Welcome and Introductory Remarks

    Gayle E WoloschakPhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPGW01B Preparing an R01 Research Application

    Pratik MukherjeeMD,PhD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPGW01C Preparing K Awards

    Ruth C CarlosMD,MS(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPGW01D Clinical Trials in Applications

    Michael W VannierMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPGW01E Program Perspectives

    Belinda SetoPhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPGW01F The Process of Review

    Gayle E WoloschakPhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPGW01G Mock Study Section

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPGW01H Questions to the Faculty

    Gayle E WoloschakPhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPGW01I Summary and Evaluation Form

    Gayle E WoloschakPhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    RSNA/ARR Study Section Reviewers Workshop What It Takes to Be an Expert Reviewer for the NIH: The Peer Review ProcessDemystified

    Saturday, 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM E253CD BacktoTop

    RS SPRW01 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :3.75 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:4

    Moderator/PresenterElizabeth A Krupinski,PhDModerator/Presenter

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  • Carolyn C Meltzer,MD*PresenterKathryn A Morton,MD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)IdentifythedifferentgrantmechanismsavailablewithintheNIHandtherequirementsforsubmittingtoaparticularmechanism.2)ListthecriteriausedintheevaluationofNIHgrantsandwhathappenspriortoandduringastudysectionreviewmeeting.3)ArticulatethebenefitsofbeingareviewerfortheNIHandthedifferentwaysthatonecanbeareviewer.4)ObserveamockstudysectionpresentedbytheNIHwithexperiencedreviewersevaluatingatleasttwograntmechanisms.ABSTRACTThisworkshopdesignedtoprovideinformationtoradiologistsandimagingscientistsinterestedinservingasexpertpeerreviewersonNIHandothergrantstudysections.Althoughasignificantamountofinformationisavailableonhowthereviewprocessworks,manyinvestigators(newandexperienced)havequestionsthatarebestansweredinpersonbythosewhohavefirst-handexperience.Attendeeswillbeprovidedwithaclearerunderstandingofthereviewprocess,enablingthemtobebetterpreparedtoserveasreviewersonNIHStudySectionsorothergrant-reviewpanels.

    SPRW01A Welcome and Introductory Remarks

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPRW01B The New Peer Review Process: Changes, Challenges, and Opportunities

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPRW01C Review Criteria: Varying Emphasis by Grant Mechanism

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPRW01D Getting on a Study Section: How, Why, and Which One?

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPRW01E Panel Discussion/QandA

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPRW01F Reviewing for Other Organizations

    SPRW01G Mock Study Section (Joint Session with NIH Grantsmanship Workshop Faculty)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPRW01H Closing Comments

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    Radiologia de la Infeccion e Inflamacion: Sesin del Colegio Interamericano de Radiologia (CIR) en Espaol/Imaging ofInfection and Inflammation: Session of the Interamerican College of Radiology (CIR) in Spanish

    Saturday, 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM E451A BacktoTop

    GN SPSP01 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :3.75 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:4

    ChairmanGloria Soto Giordani,MDModeratorPablo R Ros,MD,PhD*ModeratorMiguel E Stoopen,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Revisarlosprincipaleshallazgosradiolgicosdelosprocesosinfecciososeinflamatoriosporrganosysistemas.2)Entenderelpapeldelasdiferentesmodalidadesdeimageneninfeccineinflamacin.3)Entenderlautilizacinadecuadadeldiagnosticoporimgenesenprocesosinfecciososeinflamatorios.1)Reviewthemaininfectiousandinflammatoryconditionsinmultipleorgansystems.2)Reviewkeyimagingfindingsinthemaininfectiousandinflammatoryprocesses.3)Understandtheroleofdifferentimagingmodalitiesininfectionandinflammation.4)Understandtheappropriateutilizationofimagingininfectionandinflammation.ABSTRACTURL

    SPSP01A Introduccin/Opening Remarks Gloria Soto GiordaniMD(Presenter)

    SPSP01B Primera Parte: Radiologia de la Infeccion e Inflamacion/Part I: Imaging of Infection and Inflammation

    Pablo R RosMD,PhD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesunderthemaintitle.

    SPSP01C Sistema Nervioso Central: Claves en el Diagnostico por la Imagen de la Tuberculosis Cerebral/Central NervousSystem: Imaging Clues in Cerebral Tuberculosis

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  • System: Imaging Clues in Cerebral Tuberculosis

    Salvador PedrazaMD,PhD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)DiscutirlastcnicasradiologasyelalgoritmodiagnsticoenlaTuberculosiscerebral.2)ComentarlospatronestpicosdepresentacindelaTuberculosiscerebral.3)Comentarlascaractersticasatpicasquepuedepresentarlatuberculosiscerebral.4)ImportanciadelDiagnosticoporlaImagenenelTratamientoyPronosticodelpacienteconTuberculosiscerebral.1)DiagnosticalgorithmofCerebralTuberculosis.2)TypicalimagingpatternofCerebralTuberculosis.3)AtypicalimagingsignsofCerebralTuberculosis.4)UtilityofImagingtoguidethetreatmentandtopredictclinicaloutcomeofpatientswithCerebralTuberculosis.

    ABSTRACT

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    SPSP01D Huesos y Articulaciones: Artritis Sptica y Osteomielitis/Bones and Joints: Septic Arthritis and Osteomyelitis

    Sergio Fernandez-TapiaMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesunderthemaintitle.

    ABSTRACTSepticarthritisoccursbyhematogenousroute,bycontiguityorbydirectinoculationandmaybepyogenicornon-pyogenic,morecommonintheappendicularskeletoninchildrenandintheaxialskeletoninadult.ThemostcommoncausativeagentsareStaphylococcusaureusinthepyogenicandMycobateriumtuberculosisinthenon-pyogenic.

    Diagnosticimagingofsepticarthritishaslittlespecificsigns.Inplainx-rayisseenincreasingvolumeanddensityofsofttissues,withpartialortotallossoftheperi-articularfatlines,withoutbonealterationsintheearlystagesmainlyinchildren.Inordertoavoidirreversibledamageofarticularcartilageandjointismandatorytoperformajointpuncturetopreparesmearandcultureandthereforeestablishthediagnosisandearlytreatment.Inthelaterstagesastheplainx-rayimagingmethods,US,CT,MRI,PET-CTandSPECTareofgreatvalue,aloneoralltogethercanestablishthediagnosis.MagneticresonanceimagingMRIisverysensitivebutlittlespecific.Intheappendicularskeletonmorefrequentlyinshoulder,kneeorhipcanincreasejointfluidandsynovitisoritscomplicationssuchasosteomyelitisorabscesses,whileintheaxialskeletoninfectionmanifestsasspondylodiscitis,usuallyaffectingonlyoneintervertebralspaceandwhichcanbeextendtosofttissuesorthespinalcanalthatbecomesmoreevidentwiththeapplicationofgadolinium.Thesedataestablishdiagnosisbutthedefinitivesettleswiththesmear,cultureorbiopsy.InallcasesshouldbeestablishthedifferentialbetweenpyogenicandTBdiagnosis.

    Osteomyelitishasthreetypesofacute,subacuteandchronicpresentation.Theinfectionreachesbonebyhematogenousroute,bycontiguityorbydirectinoculation.ThemostcommoncausativeagentbothinchildrenandinadultsisStaphylococcusaureusfollowedfromahugelistofpathogensincludingMycobacteriumtuberculosis,anaerobes,fungi,etc.Itoccursatanyageandriskfactorsarewoundsinskin,exposedfractures,surgery,prosthesis,diabetes,immunosuppressedandothers.Acuteosteomyelitishasnomanifestationonplainx-rayorinsingleCTbonescanandMRIcanshowitwithhighsensitivitybutlowspecificity.TheMRIshowsedemainboneandsofttissuewithgreaterintensityaftertheapplicationofgadolinium-basedcontrastmaterial,butonlybiopsyandculturegivethedefinitivediagnosis.SubacuteosteomyelitisisrepresentedbytheBrodie`sabscesswhichislocatedintheepiphysisorthemetaphysisowingtovascularpatterninchildreninthoseplaces,whileinadultsthelocationismetadiafisiaria,itsetiologyisusuallypyogenicbutitcouldalsobetuberculous.Asseenintheplainx-rayasgeographicalwithsclerosusedge,thicknessandradiopaque,withsimilarimageintheTAC,butMRIismoresensitiveandwiththeapplicationofgadolinium-basedcontrastmaterialsensitivityandspecificityincreasegivingreliabilitytothediagnosis.Chronicosteomyelitisiscomposedoftheinvolucrum,sequestraandfistuloustract,demonstratedaltogetherbyplainx-ray,CTandMRIthattogetherwiththeapplicationofgadolinium-basedcontrastmaterialcandemonstratethefeaturesofeachofthemaswellasitscomplicationslikeanabscesses,whichcanbesupportedwithmethodssuchasSPECTorPET-CTincasesofdoubt.Ifthediagnosisandtreatmentofosteomyelitisissetproperly,theresultcanbethecure.

    Diabeticfootdeservesaspecialmentioninthechapterofinfectionsinceweneedtoknowitdeeplytohelpestablishthepresenceofinfectiousprocessinthebestway.Becausetheneuroarthropathy,peripheralarterialdiseaseandtheincreasedsensitivitytoinfection,diabeticpatientsexposedtoskinlesionsinthesoleofthefoot,supportsitessuchastheheadofthefirstandfifthmetatarsalandheel,withhighriskofdevelopingulcers,whichareportsofentryofthedifferentmicroorganismsthatcandevelopcellulitis,septicarthritisandosteomyelitis.Plainx-ray,CT,MRI,PET-CTandSPECTalone,combinedoralltogetherprovidevaluabledatatoestablishthediagnosisalthoughasinallinfectiousprocesses,smear,cultureorbiopsyestablishthefinaldiagnosis.Laartritisspticaseproduceporvahematgena,porcontigidadoporinoculacindirectaypuedeserpigenaonopigena,mscomnenelesqueletoapendicularenniosyenelesqueletoaxialenlosadultos.Losagentescausalesmscomunessonelestafilococodoradoenlaspigenasyelmycobateriumtuberculosisenlasnopigenas.Eldiagnsticoporimagendelaartritisspticatienesignospocoespecficos.Enlaradiografasimpleseveaumentodevolumenydensidaddelostejidosblandos,conprdidaparcialototaldelaslneasgrasasperi-articulares,sinalteracionesseasenlasetapastempranasprincipalmenteennios.Siestosdatossesumanalarealizacindeunapuncinparafrotisycultivo,seestableceeldiagnsticodefinitivoyportantoeltratamientooportuno.Enlasetapasmstardaslosmtodosdeimagencomolaradiografasimple,elUS,laTAC,laIRM,elPET-CTyelESPECTsondegranvaloryaquesolosoenconjuntopuedenorientareldiagnstico.LaimagenporresonanciamagnticaIRMesmuysensibleperopocoespecfica.Enelesqueletoapendicularconmsfrecuenciaenhombro,rodillaocaderapuededemostrarderramearticularydatosdesinovitisosuscomplicacionescomoosteomielitisoabscesos,mientrasqueenelesqueletoaxiallainfeccinarticularsemanifiestacomoespondilodiscitis,generalmenteafectandosolunespaciointervertebralyquesepuedenextenderalostejidosblandosoalcanalraqudeoquesehacenmsevidentesconlaaplicacindegadolinio.Estosdatosorientanaldiagnsticoperoeldefinitivoseestablececonelcultivo,elfrotisolabiopsia.Entodosloscasoshayqueestablecereldiagnsticodiferencialentrepigenaytuberculosa.Laosteomielitistienetrestiposdepresentacin,aguda,subagudaycrnica.Lainfeccinllegaalhuesoporvahematgena,porcontigidadoporinoculacindirecta.Elagentecausalmscomntantoennioscomoenadultoseselestafilococodoradoseguidodeunagranlistadeagentespatgenosincluidoselmycobacteriumtuberculosis,anaerobios,hongosetc.Sepresentaacualquieredadysonfactoresderiesgoheridasenpiel,fracturasexpuestas,ciruga,prtesis,diabticos,inmunosuprimidosyotros.LaosteomielitisagudanotienemanifestacinnienradiografasimplenienTACsollagamagrafiaseaylaIRMpuedendemostrarlaconaltasensibilidadperopocaespecificidad.LaIRMmuestraedemaseoydetejidosblandosconmayorintensidaddespusdelaaplicacindegadolinio,perosollabiopsiayelcultivodaneldiagnsticodefinitivo.LaosteomielitissubagudaestarepresentadaporelabscesodeBrodiequeenlosniosselocalizaenlaepfisisoenlametfisisporelpatrnvascularenesossitios,mientrasqueenlosadultoslalocalizacinesmetadiafisiaria,suetiologageneralmenteespigenaperotambienpudesertuberculosa.SepuedeobservarenlaradiografasimplecomoimagengeogrficadebordeesclerosogruesoyradioopacoaligualqueenlaTAC,perolaIRMesmssensibleyconlaaplicacindegadoliniolasensibilidadyespecificidadaumentandandomayorconfiabilidadaldiagnstico.Laosteomielitiscrnicaestaintegradaporelinvolucro,elsecuestroylacloaca,demostradosenconjuntoporlaradiografiasimple,laTACylaIRMquejuntoconlaaplicacindelmediodecontrastegadoliniopermitendemostrarlascaractersticasdecadaunodeellosascomosuscomplicacionescomolostractosfistulososylosabscesos,queencasosdedudasepuedenapoyarconmtodostalescomoelSPECToelPET-CT.Sieldiagnsticoytratamientodelaosteomielitisseestableceoportunamente,elresultadopuedeserlacuracin.Elpiediabticomereceunamencinespecialenelcaptulodeinfeccinyaquedebemosconocerloprofundamenteparaayudaraestablecerdelamejormaneralapresenciadeprocesoinfeccioso.Debidoalaneuroartropata,alaenfermedadarterialperifricayalamayorsensibilidadalainfeccin,elpacientediabticoestaexpuestoalesionesdepielenlareginplantarenlossitiosdeapoyocomosonlacabezadelprimeryquintometatarsianosyelcalcneo,conaltoriesgodedesarrollarlceras,quesonlospuertosdeentradadelosdiferentes

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  • microorganismosquepuedendesarrollarcelulitis,artritisspticayosteomielitis.Laradiografasimple,laTAC,laIRM,elPET-CTyelSPECTsolos,combinadosotodosenconjuntoaportandatosvaliososparaestablecereldiagnsticoaunquecomoentodoslosprocesosinfecciosos,elfrotiselcultivoy/olabiopsiasonlosqueestableceneldiagnsticofinal.

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    SPSP01E Inflamacin/Fibrosis Bronquiolar: Rol del Diagnostico por Imagen/Inflammation/Bronchial Fibrosis: The Role ofDiagnostic Imaging

    Santiago E RossiMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Defineterminologyandclassificationofsmallairwaysdisease/bronchiolitis.2)Reviewcommondiseaseentitiesmanifestingasbronchiolardisease.3)Describeclinicalandimagingclueshelpfulinnarrowingthedifferentialdiagnosis.

    SPSP01F Radiologia Pediatrica: Neumonas en Nios: Cuando la Radiografa de Trax no es Suficiente/Pediatric Radiology:Pneumonia in Children: When Chest Radiography Isnt Enough

    Pedro DaltroMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Establecercuandolaradiografadetraxessuficienteparaeldiagnsticodelaneumonaennios.2)Identificarloshallazgosradiolgicosmsfrecuentesenlasneumonasviralesybacterianas.3)Cundoycmoutilizarlaecografacomocomplementodelaneumonaennios.4)CundolaTCdetraxesnecesariacomocomplementodelaneumonaenlosnios,haciendohincapienlanecesidaddeestablecercriteriosespecficosparasuindicacinyelrequisitodeutilizarlastcnicasconbajadosisderadiacin.1)Todefinewhenthechestradiographissufficientfordiagnosticimagingofpneumoniainchildren.2)Toidentifythemostcommonradiologicalfindingsinviralandbacterialpneumonias.3)Whenandhowtouseultrasoundasacomplementtopneumoniainchildren.4)WhenchestCTisneededasacomplementtopneumoniainchildren,emphasizingtheneedtoestablishspecificcriteriaforitsnominationandtherequirementtousetechniqueswithlow-doseradiation.

    SPSP01G Preguntas/Questions and Answers

    SPSP01H Segunda Parte: Radiologia de la Infeccion e Inflamacion/Part II: Imaging of Infection and Inflammation

    Miguel E StoopenMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesunderthemaintitle.

    SPSP01I Visceras Huecas Abdominales: Enfermedad Inflamatoria Intestinal/Hollow Abdominal Viscera: Inflammatory BowelDisease

    Diego A AguirreMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesunderthemaintitle.

    SPSP01J Visceras Slidas Abdominales: Pancreatitis/Solid Abdominal Viscera: Pancreatitis

    Douglas J RacyMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Elucidateacutepancreatitisinitsearlyphaseandlaterphase,andthepersistentorganfailurethatcanaccompanyitsoccurance.2)EnumeratethevariousfluidcollectionsencounteredinacutepancreatitisasdefinedbytherevisedAtlantaclassification.3)Identifythetwophasesofacutepancreatitis,theparametersthatdeterminecare,andthetreatmentforaninfectedwalled-offnecrosis.

    ABSTRACTImagingofacutepancreatitisrequiresnotonlyanunderstandingofthediseasesubtypesandassociatedcomplicationsbutalsofamiliaritywiththeappropriateradiologicnomenclatureasdefinedbytheAtlantasymposiumin1992and,morerecently,bytheAcutePancreatitisClassificationWorkingGroupin2008.Theaccuratedescriptionoftheradiologicalfind-ingsplaysacriticalroleintheevaluationandmanage-mentofpatientswithacutepancreatitis,particularlythosewithseveredisease.Therehavebeenincreasingeffortstodevelopuniformityintheuseofterminologyusedtodefinetheradiologicfindingsinacutepancrea-titis.Termssuchasacuteperipancreaticfluidcollections,acutepost-necroticfluidcollections,pseudocyst,andwalled-offpancreaticnecrosisarenowrecommendedastheydescribetheevolutionoffluidcollectionsinpatientswithbothinterstitialandnecrotizingpancreati-tisandnonspecifictermssuchaspancreaticabscessandphlegmonarebeingabandoned.Inthisreviewweillustrate,withcaseexamples,thestandardizedtermi-nologyusedintheradiologicalandclinicaldescriptionofacutepancreatitis,itsseverity,andcomplicationswithanemphasisontheroleofcomputedtomog-raphyandmagneticresonanceimaging.Differentman-agementoptionsoftheassociatedcomplicationsarealsodiscussed.Theuseofstandardizedterminologywillhopefullyimprovethecommunicationbetweenradiolo-gists,gastroenterologists,andsurgeonstofacilitatetreatmentplanningandwillleadtoenhancedoutcomesforpatientswithacutepancreatitisaswellascreateuniformityforenrollmentintoresearchstudies.

    SPSP01K Vias Urinarias: Pielonefritis y Absceso Renal/Urinary Tract: Pyelonephritis and Renal Abscess

    Victor J CasillasMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Todescrbetheclinicalpresentation,etiologyandradiographicimagingmodalitiestoevaluateacutepyelonephritisandrenalabscess.2)Toillustratetheimagingfindingsoftheseconditions.3)Todiscussthedifferntialdiagnosisandmanagement.1)Describirla

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  • presentacionclinica,laetiologiaylasmodalidadesporimagenologiaparalaevaluaciondelapielonefritisagudayabscesorenal.2)Presentarloshallazgosporimagenologiadeestascondiciones.3)Discutireldiagnosticodiferencialyelmanejo.

    ABSTRACT

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    SPSP01L Pelvis Femenina y Masculina: Enfermedad Inflamatoria Plvica/Female and Male Pelvis: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    Pablo SoffiaMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)DiscusstheoptimalCTtechniquesforevaluatingpatientswithsuspectedPID.2)RecognizetheCTfindingscommonlyseeninearlyandadvancedPID.3)DiscusscommonanduncommoncausesofPID

    ABSTRACTPelvicinflammatorydisease(PID)representsinflammationoftheuppergenitaliaandtheadjacentpelvicregion.Theetiologyisaninfectiousagent,butitisoftenneveridentified.Riskfactorsincludeyoungage,highfrequencyofpartnerchange,lackofbarriercontraceptionlowsocioeconomicgroup.Theclinicalpresentationispelvicpain,feverandleucocytosis.USisconsideredtheinitialimagingtestofchoicebutCTismoreaccurate.ThemainfindingsinCTare:Smallamountoffluidinthepelvis,fatstrandingorincreasedattenuationofpelvicfatandpyosalpinx.Tuboovarianabscessappearsasacomplexfluidcollectionwiththickenhancingwalls,commonlybilateral.CTcanbeusedasguidanceforpercutaneousdrainage,.

    SPSP01M Preguntas/Questions and Answers

    SPSP01N Clausura/Closing Remarks

    AAPM/RSNA Tutorial on Equipment Selection: Imaging Systems Designed to Reduce CT Dose and Maintain Image Quality

    Saturday, 02:15 PM - 04:15 PM E351 BacktoTop

    QA PH CT SPPH02 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :2 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:2

    ModeratorJerry A Thomas,MS*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)TounderstandthedifferencesindesignandimagingreconstructionincommercialsystemsdesignedforCTimagingandaftermarketimagepostprocessingsystems.2)Toappreciatetheimpactdosereductiontechniqueshaveonimagequalityandtheclinicalmanagementofdisease.3)TodevelopabusinessmodelforincorporatingdosereductionintoCTimaging.

    SPPH02A Image Equipment Overview - CT Dose Reduction Techniques Jerry A ThomasMS(Presenter)*

    SPPH02B Impact of Dose Reduction on Image Quality and Medical Diagnosis Richard J MassothPhD(Presenter)

    SPPH02C Building a Business Case for Dose Reduction Technologies in CT Jerry A ThomasMS(Presenter)*

    Oncodiagnosis Panel: Pediatric Sarcoma (An Interactive Session)

    Sunday, 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM E353C BacktoTop

    PD RO OI MK SPOI11 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    ModeratorNina A Mayr,MDModeratorJohn Breneman,MDGregory S Stacy,MD*Lynn Million,MDRaffi S Avedian,MD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Understandtheprinciplesofmusculo-skeletalimagingasitrelatestosofttissuetumorsarisingintheextremityandtrunk.Specifically,thelearnerwillunderstandtheimportanceofhowappropriateimagingmodalitiesarecriticaltocorrectdiagnosis,stagingandtreatmentofsofttissuetumorsinchildren.2)Applybasicphysicsprinciplestotheimagingandtherapeuticmodalitiesinvolvedindiagnosis,stagingandmanagementofsofttissuesarcomasinchildren.Specifically,thelearnerwillbeabletoapplyspecificimagingmodalitiesandtechniquesinordertoimprovethedetection,accuracyofstagingandmanagementofsofttissuesarcomas,whileminimizingtheriskofionizingradiationexposureinchildren.3)Analyzethevalueofdifferentimagingmodalitiesandtherapeutictechniquesforchildrenwithsofttissuesarcomas.Specifically,thelearnerwillbeabletoanalyzetheimportanceofspecificimagingstudiesrequiredforpatientenrollmentinclinicaltrialsandensuresafeadministrationofcancertherapywithrespecttocost.4)Demonstratehowculturalandeconomicdifferencesmayinfluencepracticesofcareforradiologicimaginginchildrenwithsofttissuesarcomastodayandthefuture.5)Comparerelativevalueofimageguidedtechniquesinmanagementofpediatricsofttissuesarcomas.Specifically,thelearnerwillbeabletocomparetheprosandconsofcurrentimagedguidedtechniquesforthediagnosisandmanagementofsofttissuesarcomasinchildrentooptimizeoutcomeandminimizecomplications.

    Controversy Session: Radiology Reporting: Is Structured Reporting the Answer?

    Monday, 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM E350 BacktoTop

    IN SPSC20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    Curtis P Langlotz,MD,PhD*Richard B Gunderman,MD,PhD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Understandhowstructuredreportingdiffersfromconventionaldictation.2)Learnthestrengthsandweaknessesofstructuredreporting.3)Evaluateargumentsforandagainstadoptingstructurereporting.4)Decidewhetheradoptingstructuredreportingisrightforyour

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  • practice.ABSTRACTTheclinicalreportisanessentialpartoftheserviceradiologistsprovidetotheirpatients.Thereportisatoolthatcommunicatesinformationtoreferringphysicians,servesasthelegalrecordthatdocumentstheepisodeofcareandrecordsinformationforfutureuse.Astructuredreportisuniform,comprehensive,easilymanagedreportthatis'readable'tohumansandmachinesalike.Structuredreportingimprovesradiologyreportingpracticebycreatingclearandconsistentreportsthatcontainreusablestructureddata.Structuredreportsfacilitateclosed-loopresultcommunication,real-timeradiologistdecisionsupport,qualityimprovementprocesses,andclinicalresearch.Thissessionwilldeveloplogicalargumentsregardingthestrengthsandweaknessesofstructuredreporting,therebyenablingthelistenertoformreasonedopinionsaboutitsvalue.

    Hot Topic Session: Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury

    Monday, 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM E451B BacktoTop

    ER NR SPSH20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorPratik Mukherjee,MD,PhD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Tounderstandthepotentialofmagnetoencephalography(MEG)forbetterdiagnosisinmildtraumaticbraininjury(TBI).2)Toreviewthecurrentbestpracticesforimagingofsportsconcussionsandthefindingsofrecentimagingresearchstudiesofathletes.3)ToprovideanoverviewofblastinjuryandotherspecialcharacteristicsofTBIinmilitarypopulations,withthemostrecentresultsfromimagingstudies.

    SPSH20A MEG of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A New Frontier

    Mingxiong HuangPhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH20B Imaging of Sports Concussion

    Michael M ZeinehPhD,MD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH20C Imaging of Military TBI

    Gerard RiedyPhD,MD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    Hot Topic Session: Therapies for Early Stage I Lung Cancer: Options and Controversies

    Monday, 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM E353A BacktoTop

    RO OI CH SPSH21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorZhongxing Liao,MDJoseph K Salama,MDDamian E Dupuy,MD*Jessica S Donington,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Tounderstandtherole,benefitsandrisksofstereotacticradiationinthetreatmentofearly-stagelungcancer.2)Tounderstandinterventionaloncologyandsurgicaloptionsinthetreatmentofearly-stagelungcancer.3)Togainacriticalappraisalofallthreeoptionsandrisksandbenefitsofeachforpersonalizedcareinchallengingpatientspopulationwithcommonmulti-morbidity.ABSTRACTURL

    AAPM/RSNA Basic Physics Lecture for the Radiologic Technologist: Digital Imaging Exposure Indicators-Implications for ImageQuality and Dose

    Monday, 01:30 PM - 02:45 PM S102D BacktoTop

    QA PH SPPH21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.25 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    ModeratorDouglas E Pfeiffer,MS*Eric L Gingold,PhDCharles E Willis,PhD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Understandwhyexposureindicatorsarenecessaryforcomputedradiographyanddigitalradiography.2)Provideexamplesofhowexposureindicatorscanbeusedforqualitycontrolofanimagingoperation.3)Explaintherelationshipbetweentheamountofradiationusedtoperformtheexamination,theradiationdosetothepatient,andthequalityoftheresultingimage.4)Discusstheimportanceofestablishingandmanagingtargetvalues.5)Appreciatethepracticallimiationsofexposureindicators.ABSTRACTURL

    Physics Symposium: Uncertainties in Radiation Therapy 2

    Monday, 01:30 PM - 05:45 PM S102C BacktoTop

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  • QA PH RO SPPH22 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :4 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:4.5

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)DescribethelimitationsoftraditionalQA/QMprogramsinradiationoncology.2)Understandtherationaleforestablishingrisk-basedQA/QMprogramsinradiationoncology.3)LearnhowtoapplyFMEAmethodologyinradiationoncology.

    SPPH22A New Paradigms of QA/QM

    Jatinder R PaltaPhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    ABSTRACTTheincreasingcomplexity,functionality,andsite-to-sitevariabilityofmodernradiationtherapyplanninganddeliverytechniqueschallengethetraditionalprescriptivequalityassurance/qualitymanagement(QA/QM)programsthatensuresafetyandreliabilityoftreatmentplanninganddeliverysystemsunderallclinicalscenarios.Themanufacturingindustryhashistoricallyreliedonextensivetestinganduseoftechniquessuchasprobabilisticreliabilitymodelingfordevelopingandmaintainingnewproducts.AmongthemostwidelyusedmethodofriskanalysesareFailureModesandEffectsAnalysis(FMEA).Thisisamethodologyforanalyzingpotentialreliabilityproblemsearlyinthedevelopmentcyclewhereitiseasiertotakeactionstoovercometheseissues,therebyenhancingreliabilitythroughdesign.FMEAisusedtoidentifypotentialfailuremodes,determinetheireffectontheoperationoftheproduct,andidentifyactionstomitigatethefailures.Fromamanufacturersperspective,FMEAisavaluablemethodtosystematicallyevaluateadevicedesignspotentialforinducinguseerrors.Usererrorsaredefinedasapatternofpredictablehumanerrorsthatcanbeattributabletoinadequateorimproperdesign.Whentheseriskanalysesaredoneearlyinthedevelopmentcycle,potentialfaultsandtheirresultinghazardsareidentifiableandmucheasiertomitigatewitherror-reducingdesigns.Theseriskmanagementmethodsareexcellentcomplementstootherimportantuser-centereddesignbestpractices.Riskanalysis,orhazardanalysis,isastructuredtoolfortheevaluationofpotentialproblemswhichcouldbeencounteredinconnectiontheuseofadevice.TheearlyandconsistentuseofFMEAsinthedesignprocessallowstheengineerstodesignoutfailuresandproducereliableandsafeproducts.FMEAsalsocapturehistoricalinformationforuseinfutureproductimprovement.SuchanapproachshouldresultinaQA/QMprograminRadiationOncologythathas

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    SPPH22B QA/QM of the Reference Dosimetry

    Larry A DeWerdPhD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPPH22C QA/QM of the Treatment Planning Process

    Jeffrey V SiebersPhD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPPH22D QA/QM of the Treatment Delivery Process

    Thomas R MackiePhD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPPH22E QA/QM of the Treatment Guidance Process

    Lei DongPhD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    Program to Enhance Relational and Communication Skills for Radiologists (PERCS:Radiology)

    Monday, 01:30 PM - 04:30 PM E271A BacktoTop

    ED SPRP21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :3 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:3.5

    Stephen D Brown,MDElaine C Meyer,PhD,RNMichael J Callahan,MD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Toimproveradiologytraineespreparednesstocommunicatewithpatientsaboutanew,unexpectedordifficultdiagnosis.2)Toenhanceradiologytraineessuccessindiscussingradiationsafetywithpatients.ABSTRACTExpectationsarerapidlyevolvingforhowradiologistscommunicatewithpatients.Radiologiststodayfaceheightenedresponsibilitiestodiscussdiagnosticinformationandtooptimizecommunicationaboutradiationexposure.Thesecommunicationchallengesrequireradiologiststoconveycognitivelycomplexinformationunderemotionallychargedconditions.Feweducationalopportunitiesexisttohelpradiologistsacquiretheskillsnecessarytoapproachtheseconversationseffectively.PERCS-Radiologyseekstofillthisgapandtoenhanceradiologytraineesconfidenceandskillswhencommunicatingwithpatientsaboutthesedifficulttopics.This3hourworkshopwillcombinedidacticandeducationalmediapresentationswithrealisticimprovisedenactmentsbetweenworkshopparticipantsandprofessionalactors.Enactmentparticipantswillreceivefeedbackfromothercourseparticipants,faculty,andactors.Facultyfacilitatorsincludeexpertsinhealthcarecommunicationpedagogy.Thelearningmodelemphasizesgroupcollaborationamongprofessionalsfromvaryinglevelsofexperience,integrationofperspectivesfrompatientandfamilyrepresentatives,andasafeenvironmentthatrespectsmultipleviewpoints.Radiologytraineesarethecorelearninggroup.

    Estate Planning in Our New Tax Environment

    Monday, 03:00 PM - 05:30 PM E253AB BacktoTop

    GN SPEP21 CME:CMEcreditisnotavailableforthissession.

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  • SPEP21 CME:CMEcreditisnotavailableforthissession.Alicia K Waltenberger

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Fundamentalsofconventionalestateplanningforanyfinancialsituation.2)Planningstrategiesforretirementneeds,Rothconversions,andcharitablegifts.3)Sophisticatedstrategiestoleveragetaxablegiftsandtransferwealthtolowergenerations.ABSTRACTItisimportanttounderstandthefundamentalsofestateplanningandtheimportanceofhavingasolidplaninplaceregardlessofyourfinancialsituation.Thedesiretobetaxefficientandkeepupwiththechangingtaxenvironmentcansometimesfeellikeaninsurmountablefeat.Inthisseminar,wewillexploreanumberofissuesinthefinancialandtaxplanningarenaincluding:oRetirementNeedsAnalysisreviewingyourincomesourcesandanticipatedexpensesinretirementandanalyzingwhateffectthechangingincometaxenvironmenthasonyourfinancialplan;oRothConversionsananalysisofwhetheraRothconversionisasmartmove,unwiseormuchadoaboutnothing;oEstatePlanningBasicsareviewofestateplanningfundamentals,includingalookatconventionalestateplanningstrategiesandhowthechangesintheestatetaxlawsmayimpactthatconventionalplanning;oSophisticatedPlanningStrategies-therearevariousplanningtechniquesavailabletoleveragetaxablegifts,allowingwealthtobefunneledtolowergenerationsonatax-advantagedbasisbothduringlifetimeandatdeath;oNon-TaxRelatedPlanningalookathowfamilydynamics,assetprotectionandstatetaxissuesmayimpacttheestateplan;andoCharitablePlanningidentifyingthetypesofgiftsandgivingtechniquesthatofferthegreatesttaxbenefittodonorsbothduringlifetimeandatdeath.Inadditiontocomprehensivediscussionoutlinedabove,thesessionwillincludeampleopportunityforQandA.

    RSNA Diagnosis Live: Chest and Abdomen

    Monday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM E450A BacktoTop

    GI CH SPDL21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5

    Paul J Chang,MD*Neety Panu,MD,FRCPCGregory L Katzman,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Theparticipantwillbeintroducedtoaseriesofradiologycasestudiesviaaninteractiveteamgameapproachdesignedtoencourageactiveconsumptionofeducationalcontent.2)Theparticipantwillbeabletousetheirmobilewirelessdevice(tablet,phone,laptop)toelectronicallyrespondtovariousimagingcasechallenges;participantswillbeabletomonitortheirindividualandteamperformanceinrealtime.3)Theattendeewillreceiveapersonalizedself-assessmentreportviaemailthatwillreviewthecasematerialpresentedduringthesession,alongwithindividualandteamperformance.ThisinteractivesessionwilluseRSNADiagnosisLive.Pleasebringyourchargedmobilewirelessdevice(phone,tabletorlaptop)toparticipate.ABSTRACTURL

    Special Interest Session: Image Wisely: Update on Issues in Adult Radiation Protection

    Monday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM E351 BacktoTop

    QA SPSI21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    ModeratorJames A Brink,MDModeratorRichard L Morin,PhD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Tounderstandtheuseandvalueofdoseindexregistries.2)Tounderstandwhatpatientswanttoknowabouttheirradiationexposurefrommedicalimagingexaminations.3)Toexplorehowbesttoworkwithpayersonradiationprotectionprograms.4)Toidentifyissuesrelatedtostateregulationsandaccreditationfortheuseofionizingradiationwithmedicalimaging.

    SPSI21A Image Wisely Update

    James A BrinkMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSI21B Dose Registries: Rationale and Implementation

    Richard L MorinPhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSI21C What Patients Want to Know before Their Radiologic Exams

    Andrew T TroutMD(Presenter);Jay K PahadeMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSI21D Working with Payers on Radiation Protection Programs

    Christoph WaldMD,PhD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSI21E CT Dose Issues: State Regulations, Accreditation, and Real-life Scenarios

    Robert K ZemanMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

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  • Special Interest Session: Getting Radiologist Peer Review Right

    Monday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM N229 BacktoTop

    QA SPSI22 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    ModeratorJoseph R Steele,MD*

    SPSI22A Options for Radiologist Peer Review

    David B LarsonMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Understandtheimportanceofanon-punitiveapproachtopeerreview.2)Understandelementsrequiredtocreateanon-punitiveenvironment.3)Understandthelimitationsofusingpeerreviewforindividualperformancemeasurement.4)Beabletoimplementanon-punitivepeerreviewprogramlocally.

    SPSI22B Peer Review of Procedural Radiologists

    Joseph R SteeleMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)UnderstandthestatusoftheSIRQualityRegistry.2)BeabletodesignanIRpeerreviewsystemusingtheSIRQualityRegistry.3)Learnhowtodrivequalityimprovementusingregularfeedbackfromanationalqualityregistry.

    SPSI22C Peer Review as your PQI Project

    Bettina SiewertMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)TobefamiliarwiththeelementsofaPQIproject.2)ToidentifypeerreviewdatasuitableforaPQIproject.3)Toperformagapanalysisofonesownpeerreviewdata.4)Toformulateapracticalplantoachieveperformanceimprovement.5)Tomonitorimprovement.

    ABSTRACTInthiscoursewewilldiscussthePQIprocess,includingneccessaryelementsofaPQIproject.Wewillstartbyidentifyingpeerreviewdatathatissuitableforaproject.Aclassificationsystemforerrorswillbeintroducedthatallowsustogrouperrors,streamlineouranalysisanddevelopperformanceimprovementmeasures.Wewillfocusonindividualandgroupprojects,outlinethedifferencesinhowtheseprojectsareperformedandhelptheradiologistdecidewhichtypeofprojectisbestsuitedtoher/hispractice.Wewilldefinehowanimprovementplancanbeputinplaceandhowimprovementcanbemeasured.Wewilldemonstratethetimelineandneccessarydocumentation.

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    Special Interest Session: Planning for the Future Radiology Workforce: Too Many or Too Few?

    Monday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM N228 BacktoTop

    LM HP ED SPSI23 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    DirectorCarolyn C Meltzer,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)IdentifythecurrentworkforcedistributionofradiologistsintheUS.2)Examinethemanyvariablesthatmayinfluencefutureworkforceplanningforradiology.3)Appraisethecomplexityoftheeffectsofhealthcarereformonradiology.ABSTRACTThisworkshopwillprovideattendeeswithabetterunderstandingoftheNIHgrantreviewprocessfromtheperspectiveofthosewhohaveservedonreviewcommitteesinordertobetterpreparethemforsubmittingandresubmittingproposalsandtoencouragethemtoserveasreviewers.Ifyouthinklikeareviewer,youcanbeabettergrantwriter!AlthoughthereisasignificantamountofinformationavailableonhowtowriteNIHgrantsandhowthereviewprocessworks,manyinvestigators(newandexperienced)oftenhavequestionsthatarebestanswereddirectlyinpersonbythosewhohavefirst-handexperience.

    SPSI23A Introduction and Overview of Issues

    Carolyn C MeltzerMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSI23B ACR 2013 Workforce Survey

    Edward I BluthMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    ABSTRACTTheresultsoftheACR2013WorkforceSurveywillbepresentedanddiscussed.

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    SPSI23C Our Changing Health Care World: Factors Influencing the Need vs Surplus of Radiologists

    Cheri L CanonMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

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  • SPSI23D Is Radiology Still an Attractive Field: A Program Director's Perspective

    Mark E MullinsMD,PhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSI23E Going Forward: Is There a Formula for Success

    Jocelyn D ChertoffMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSI23F Panel Discussion/Q and A

    Carolyn C MeltzerMD(Presenter)*;Edward I BluthMD(Presenter);Cheri L CanonMD(Presenter)*;Mark E MullinsMD,PhD(Presenter);Jocelyn D ChertoffMD(Presenter);Shawn D TeagueMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    Special Interest Session: Breast Density: Risk Assessment, Communication, and Approaches to Supplemental Imaging

    Monday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM E451A BacktoTop

    BR SPSI24 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    ModeratorRobert A Smith,PhDMartin J Yaffe,PhD*Jennifer A Harvey,MD*Wendie A Berg,MD,PhD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Describethecurrentadvocacymovementpromotingstateandfederalrequirementstoreportdetailsaboutbreastdensity,risksassociatedwithbreastdensity,andsupplementalimagingoptionsonmammographyreports.2)Understandtheassociationofbreastdensityandtheriskofdevelopingbreastandtheriskofpooreroutcomesonscreeningmammography.3)Describethemethodsforassessmentofmammographicdensity.4)Describethestrengthsandlimitationsofthedifferentoptionsforsupplementalimaginginwomenwithdensebreasttissue.5)Articulatethepotentialbenefits,limitations,andharmsassociatedwithsupplementalimaginginwomenwithvaryingdegreesofbreastdensity.

    Special Interest Session: Imaging in a New Dimension: Radiologists Add Value

    Monday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM N226 BacktoTop

    LM GN SPSI25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5

    Mary C Mahoney,MD*Bibb Allen,MD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)TounderstandthemissionandgoalsofRSNAsRadiologyCares:TheArtofPatient-centeredPracticeandACRsImaging3.0campaigns.2)Toassessyourradiologypracticemodelandrealignittofocusonvalueovervolume.3)Tolearntacticstoputtheconceptsofpatient-centerednessandvaluevs.volumeintopractice.

    Controversy Session: Fibroid Therapy: UAE vs Focused US

    Tuesday, 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM E350 BacktoTop

    US IR OB GU SPSC30 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorBrian S Funaki,MDJames B Spies,MDAlan H Matsumoto,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Describeroleofuterinearteryembolizationinthetreatmentofsymptomaticuterinefibroids.2)Explaintheuseofhigh-intensityfocusedultrasound(HIFU)intreatmentofuterinefibroids.3)DescribeonepitfallofHIFUintreatmentofuterinefibroids.

    Hot Topic Session: Lung Adenocarcinoma - Evolving Concepts

    Tuesday, 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM E351 BacktoTop

    OI CH SPSH30 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorElla A Kazerooni,MD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Tobecomefamiliarwiththerevisedlungadenocarcinomaclassificationscheme.2)Tolearntheappropriateimagingtechniquefordetectionandcharacterizationoflungadenocarcinomas,particularlypartsolidandgroundglassnodules.3)Tolearnappropriatestrategies

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  • formanagingnoduleswithagroundglasscomponent,includingtherecommendationsfromtheFleischnerSociety.ABSTRACTWithadvancesinCTtechnnology,thinnerslicesofthewholelungsinasinglebreathholdhasbecomeroutine.Withtheimprovedresolution,moresmallnodules,andincreasinglymorenodulesthatarepartlyorentirelygroundglassinopacityaredetectedthateverbefore.ThishasbecomeparticularlyevidenntthroughthemanysinglearelungcancerscreeningwithlowdoseCTcohortstudies,andtheNLST.Asnoduleshavebeenresectedinternationally,theneedtoredefinetheselargelyadenocarcinomasarewasneeded,resultinginamultisocietyeffortpublishedin2011;thedetailsofthisrevisedpathologicclassificationwithimagingcorrelationbediscussedandillustrated.Inaddition,ithasbeenrecognizedthatpartsolidnodules(mixedgroundglassandsolidcomponents)carryahigherriskthanpuregroundglassnodules,andthelatterhigherriskthanthemoreubiquitioussolidnodules.Managingthesepartsolidandnonsolidnodules,togetherreferredtoas'subsolidnodules'shouldthereforebedifferent.Inearly2013theFleischnerSocitypublishednewrecommendationsforhowtomanagesolitaryandmultiplesubsolidnodulesdetectedonCTasacomplementtotheirearlierrecommendationsformanagingindeterminatelungnoduleswhichdealtwithsolidnodules,Thedetailsofthesubsolidnodulemanagementrecommendationswillalsobediscussed.Recommendedreading:1)RecommendationsfortheManagementofSubsolidPulmonaryNodulesDetectedatCT:AStatementfromtheFleischnerSociety.Radiology.2013Jan;266(1):304-17http://radiology.rsna.org/content/early/2012/10/10/radiol.12120628.full2)InternationalAssociationfortheStudyofLungCancer/AmericanThoracicSociety/EuropeanRespiratorySocietyInternationalMultidisciplinaryClassificationofLungAdenocarcinoma.JThoracOncol.2011Feb;6(2):244-85http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21252716URLhttp://radiology.rsna.org/content/early/2012/10/10/radiol.12120628.fullhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21252716

    SPSH30A The Revised Lung Adenocarcinoma Classification: Justification and Radiologic-Pathologic Correlation

    William D Travis(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH30B The Radiologist Approach to Lung Adenocarcinomas: Imaging Technique, Reporting, and ManagementRecommendations

    David P NaidichMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    Controversy Session: MRI Contrast Use: Have Quality and Safety Collided?

    Wednesday, 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM E350 BacktoTop

    QA MR SPSC40 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorThomas M Grist,MD*Jeffrey C Weinreb,MD*Martin R Prince,MD,PhD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Beawareofthecurrentissuesrelatingtotheuseofgadoliniumbasedcontrastagentsinpatientswithrenalfailure.2)BeupdatedonfactorsrelatingtotherelativeandabsoluteriskofNSFinpatientsreceivinggadoliniumbasedcontrastagents.3)BeawareofcurrentpracticalapproachestominimizingriskofNSFinpatientswithrenalfailurereceivinggadoliniumbasedcontrastagents.4)Beexposedtodebateanddiscussionontherisk/benefitofusingvsnonusinggadoliniumbasedcontrastagentsinpatientswithrenalfailure.5)BebetterinformedaboutmanagementofthepatientwithrenalfailurerequiringMRIwithgadoliniumbasedcontrastagents.ABSTRACTURL

    Hot Topic Session: Indications for MRI versus Low Dose CT in Congenital Heart Disease

    Wednesday, 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM E353A BacktoTop

    MR CT CA SPSH40 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorRajesh Krishnamurthy,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)UnderstandhownewgenerationultrafastwidearrayCTscannerswithadaptiveiterativereconstructionreduceradiationdoseanddecreasesedationratesinpediatriccardiacCT.2)LearnaboutrecentadvancesinuseofMRIforevaluatingmorphology,function,flowandmyocardialtissuepropertiesinCHD.3)Evaluateroleoflow-doseCTversusMRIformanagementdecision-makinginthepre-operativeperiodinthefollowingconditions:vascularringsandslings,pulmonaryatresia,anomalouscoronaries,singleversustwoventriclerepair,heterotaxyandaortopathies.4)Evaluateroleoflow-doseCTversusMRIformanagementdecision-makingfollowingpalliationofCHDinthefollowingconditions:Followingcoarctationrepair,aftertwo-ventriclerepairofconotruncalanomalies,andsingleventricles/pGlennandFontanprocedures.

    SPSH40A Preoperative Evaluation of CHD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH40B MRI

    Shi-Joon YooMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH40C CT

    Rajesh KrishnamurthyMD(Presenter)*

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    SPSH40D Discussion

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH40E Postoperative Evaluation of CHD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH40F MRI

    Shi-Joon YooMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH40G CT

    Rajesh KrishnamurthyMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH40H Discussion

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    Hospital Administrators Symposium

    Wednesday, 01:30 PM - 05:30 PM S103AB BacktoTop

    LM HP SPHA41 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :4 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:4.5

    ModeratorJonathan W Berlin,MD*

    SPHA41A Introduction Jonathan W BerlinMD(Presenter)*

    SPHA41B New Roles for Radiologists in the Next Decade

    Alan D KayeMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Awarenessofthecurrentpressuresonradiologists.2)Keyconstituenciesforradiologistsofthefuture.3)Howindividualradiologistsandtheirpracticesneedtoadapttotheabovetoprovidevalueintheevolvinghealthcarelandscape.

    SPHA41C Radiology in the Next Decade: The Payer's Perspective

    Mark D HiattMD,MBA(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Toexplainthenewemphasisonvalueovervolumeintheaccountablecareera.2)Toexaminehowradiologistsmayneedtobemoreinvolvedincoordinatingcaretoachieveappropriateutilization.3)Todiscusshowradiologistsmayshareinthesavingsfromvalue-basedcare.

    SPHA41D Radiology Utilization Management in the Next Decade

    Cherrill Farnsworth(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Attendeeswillleavewithhavingheardaboutradiologyutilizationmanagementchangingfromdenialbasedtobestpracticesandpeertopeerconsultingdrivenbytodayssearchenginesandrealtimepointofcaresmartphone,tabletandlaptoptools.Theywillseeactualsuchtoolsusedtodayinaction.2)Attendeeswilllearnthefinancialandeconomicdriversthatarecausingthesechangesand,thusunderstandwherethisiscomingfromandhowitsavesmoneyintheAmericanhealthcaresystemandintheirpractice.3)Attendeeswillleavehavinglearnedthepoliticaldriversofthesechangesandwhichonesarelikelytostandandwhichonesaremostlikelytochangeorbewithdrawn.4)Attendeeswillbegivenactionablesolutionsthattheycanimplementintotheirpracticesinordertomaximizetheirdepartmentorgroupsreadinessforchange.

    SPHA41E Question and Answer Period Jonathan W BerlinMD(Presenter)*;Alan D KayeMD(Presenter);Mark D HiattMD,MBA(Presenter)*;Cherrill Farnsworth(Presenter)*

    SPHA41F Radiology Practice Mergers and Acquisitions: Clinical and Administrative Issues

    Blair Faber(Presenter);Howard B ChrismanMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Understandeconomicandoperationalforcesdrivingconsolidationofradiologicpractices.2)Understandthepositiveandnegativeaspectsofradiologicpracticeconsolidation.3)Explorekeyclinicalandadministrativechallengeswhenapproachingaradiologypracticemergeroracquisition.

    SPHA41G Predicting the Future of Radiology: Medical Center President Perspective

    Sharon O'Keefe(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Describethekeyeconomicdriversofhealthcarereforminthenearterm.2)Identifyhowhealthcarereformwillaltertherelationship

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  • 1)Describethekeyeconomicdriversofhealthcarereforminthenearterm.2)IdentifyhowhealthcarereformwillaltertherelationshipbetweenRadiologyandmedicalcenters.3)EvaluatefutureopportunitiesforRadiologyandtheevolvingdeliverysystemtoprosper.

    SPHA41H Teleradiology versus Local Radiologists: Issues and Perspectives

    David C LevinMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Becomefamiliarwiththeadvantagesofusingateleradiologycompany.2)Becomeawareofthedrawbacksofusingateleradiologycompany.3)Understandtheaddedvaluetothehospitalofhavingafullystaffedlocalradiologygrouponsite.

    SPHA41I Question and Answer Period Blair Faber(Presenter);Howard B ChrismanMD(Presenter);Sharon O'Keefe(Presenter);David C LevinMD(Presenter)*;Jonathan W BerlinMD(Presenter)*

    RSNA Diagnosis Live: Neuroradiology and Musculoskeletal Radiology

    Wednesday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM E451A BacktoTop

    NR MK SPDL41 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5

    Paul J Chang,MD*Neety Panu,MD,FRCPCGregory L Katzman,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Theparticipantwillbeintroducedtoaseriesofradiologycasestudiesviaaninteractiveteamgameapproachdesignedtoencourageactiveconsumptionofeducationalcontent.2)Theparticipantwillbeabletousetheirmobilewirelessdevice(tablet,phone,laptop)toelectronicallyrespondtovariousimagingcasechallenges;participantswillbeabletomonitortheirindividualandteamperformanceinrealtime.3)Theattendeewillreceiveapersonalizedself-assessmentreportviaemailthatwillreviewthecasematerialpresentedduringthesession,alongwithindividualandteamperformance.ThisinteractivesessionwilluseRSNADiagnosisLive.Pleasebringyourchargedmobilewirelessdevice(phone,tabletorlaptop)toparticipate.

    Controversy Session: Lung Cancer Screening: Conflict of 'Dollars and Sense?'

    Wednesday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM E450A BacktoTop

    HP OI CH SPSC41 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    ModeratorNed Patz,MDNed Patz,MDCaroline Chiles,MD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)UnderstandtheprimaryobjectivesoftheNLST.2)DescribetheresultsoftheNLSTandassesstheirpotentialapplicationstoclinicalpractice.3)AssessadvantagesandlimitationsofLDCTscreening.4)Considerfinancialimplicationsofwidespreadscreening.ABSTRACTURL

    Controversy Session: CT Radiation and Risk: How Certain Are We of the Uncertainties?

    Wednesday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM N228 BacktoTop

    QA CT SPSC42 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    ModeratorDonald P Frush,MDRebecca Smith-Bindman,MDWilliam R Hendee,PhD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Tounderstandthesourceofdatathathavebeenusedtoassesstheassociationbetweenmedicalradiationexposureandcancerrisk.2)Tounderstandtheworkthathasbeendonetoquantifyriskandtheuncertaintyinthoseestimates.ABSTRACTURLhttp://www.radiology.ucsf.edu/research/labs/radiology-outcomes-research

    Controversy Session: Controversies in Radiology: Stroke Penumbral Imaging (An Interactive Session)

    Wednesday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM E353B BacktoTop

    NR SPSC43 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    ModeratorMax Wintermark,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Assesstheevidenceforandagainstpenumbralimaginginacuteischemicstroke.2)Createmulti-modalstrokeimagingalgorithmsbasedonintendedtreatmentoptions.

    SPSC43A Stroke Penumbral Imaging: Pro

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  • Steven WarachMD,PhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSC43B Stroke Penumbral Imaging: Con

    Albert J YooMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    Controversy Session: The Evolving Role of Image-guided Pulmonary, Hepatic, and Renal Mass Biopsy: Current Indications andControversies

    Wednesday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM S404AB BacktoTop

    GU GI CH SPSC44 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    ModeratorWilliam W Mayo-Smith,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Todescribethecurrentroleofreceptorstudiesinlungbiopsyspecimens.2)Toreportwhatimagingandbiochemicalstudiesarediagnosticofhepatocellularcarcinomaobviatingtheneedforbiopsy.3)Todescribethecurrentandfutureindicationsforrenalmassbiopsyandwhymany,ifnotallsmallsolidmassesmayneedtoundergobiopsy.ABSTRACT

    SPSC44A Pulmonary Biopsy

    Elizabeth H MooreMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSC44B Liver Biopsy

    Fred T LeeMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSC44C Renal Mass Biopsy

    Stuart G SilvermanMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    Controversy Session: The Heart of the Matter: Nuclear Stress Test vs CTA for Low to Intermediate Risk Cardiac Patients withChest Pain

    Wednesday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM S404CD BacktoTop

    ER NM IR CT CA SPSC45 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    Suhny Abbara,MD*Sharmila Dorbala,MBBS*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)ToreviewthecurrentliteratureoncardiacCTinthesettingofchestpainwithlowtointermediaterisk.2)Toreviewthecurrentliteratureonradionuclidemyocardialperfusionimaginginthesettingofchestpainwithlowtointermediaterisk.3)TounderstandthestrengthsandweaknessesofradionuclideimagingandMDCTinthisparticularsituation.ABSTRACTURLhttp://www.mgh-cardiovascimages.org/

    Controversy Session: Controversies in Imaging Strategies for HCC in Cirrhosis

    Wednesday, 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM N227 BacktoTop

    MR CT GI SPSC46 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1.5

    ModeratorRendon C Nelson,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)TounderstandtooptimalstrategiesforusingCTandMRItodetectandstagehepatocellularcarcinoma.2)TounderstandthepharmacokineticandimagingpropertiesofvariousMRcontrastagentsandhowtousethemtooptimizethedetectionandstagingofhepatocellularcarcinoma.3)TolearnhowtoimplementtheLiRadsclassificationsystemintoroutineinterpretationofhepatocellularcarcinomaonCTandMRI.

    SPSC46A CT vs MR

    Rendon C NelsonMD(Presenter)*;Mustafa R BashirMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)TounderstandtheoptimalCTandMRItechniquesfordetectingandstaginghepatocellularcarcinoma.2)TolearnwhenCTisamore

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    http://www.mgh-cardiovascimages.org/

  • 1)TounderstandtheoptimalCTandMRItechniquesfordetectingandstaginghepatocellularcarcinoma.2)TolearnwhenCTisamoresuitablechoiceorMRIisamoresuitablechoicefordetectingandstaginghepatocellularcarcinoma.

    ABSTRACT

    SPSC46B MR Contrast Agents (Hepatobiliary vs Purely Extracellular Agents)

    Claude B SirlinMD(Presenter)*;John R LeyendeckerMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSC46C LI-RADS

    Reena C JhaMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)ToreviewtheLI-RADSclassificationsystem.2)Bymeansofcasestudy,discussLI-RADScategories,andshowbothrepresentativeandchallengingcasesandstrategiesforclassification.

    ABSTRACT

    URL

    Controversy Session: Imaging of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: If There Was Only One Choice-What Would It Be? CT or MREnterography?

    Thursday, 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM E351 BacktoTop

    MR CT GI SPSC50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorJoel G Fletcher,MD*

    SPSC50A The Argument for CT Enterography

    Joel G FletcherMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)ToreviewthemedicaljustificationandappropriatenessofCTenterographyforCrohnsdiseasediagnosisandstating.2)TounderstandthenaturalhistoryofCrohnsdiseaseandtherelationshipbetweenpatientsymptomsandbiologicactivity.3)TodiscussmethodsforperformingCTenterographyforCrohnsdisease,andhowthetechniquecanbeadaptedfordifferentpatients.4)TobrieflyreviewtheimagingfindingsofCrohnsdiseaseatCTenterography.5)TounderstandtherisksofCTenterography.6)TodiscussintegrationofCTenterographywithotherteststhatdiagnoseandstageCrohnsdisease(e.g.,ileocolonoscopy,capsuleendoscopy,MRenterography,fluoroscopy).7)TodiscussrelativemeritsofCTenterographyincomparisontoMRenterography.

    SPSC50B The Argument for MR Enterography

    David J GrandMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)ToreviewtheappropriatenessofMRenterographyforCrohnsdiseasediagnosisandstaging.2)TodiscussthetechnicalaspectsuniquetoMREnterography.3)TobrieflyreviewtheimagingfindingsofCrohnsdiseaseatMRenterography.4)TodiscusstherelativemeritsofMRenterographyincomparisontoCTenterography.

    ABSTRACT

    Hot Topic Session: Multimodality Imaging with MR-PET

    Thursday, 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM E350 BacktoTop

    NM MR SPSH50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorKathryn J Fowler,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)UnderstandchallengesandpotentialsolutionsassociatedwithPET/MRattenuationcorrection.2)BecomeawareofadvancedbodyapplicationsforPET/MR.3)UnderstandchallengesofintegratingPET/MRintoclinicalworkflow.

    SPSH50A Advanced PET/MR

    Ciprian CatanaMD,PhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH50B Integration of PET/MR into Clinical Workflow

    Kathryn J FowlerMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH50C Challenges of Attenuation Correction

    Martin JudenhoferPhD(Presenter)

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  • LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    RSNA Diagnosis Live: Radiology Potpourri

    Thursday, 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM E450A BacktoTop

    GN SPDL51 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1

    Paul J Chang,MD*Neety Panu,MD,FRCPCGregory L Katzman,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Theparticipantwillbeintroducedtoaseriesofradiologycasestudiesviaaninteractiveteamgameapproachdesignedtoencourageactiveconsumptionofeducationalcontent.2)Theparticipantwillbeabletousetheirmobilewirelessdevice(tablet,phone,laptop)toelectronicallyrespondtovariousimagingcasechallenges;participantswillbeabletomonitortheirindividualandteamperformanceinrealtime.3)Theattendeewillreceiveapersonalizedself-assessmentreportviaemailthatwillreviewthecasematerialpresentedduringthesession,alongwithindividualandteamperformance.ThisinteractivesessionwilluseRSNADiagnosisLive.Pleasebringyourchargedmobilewirelessdevice(phone,tabletorlaptop)toparticipate.ABSTRACTTheextremelypopularaudienceparticipationeducationalexperienceisback!DiagnosisLive!isanexpert-moderatedsessionfeaturingaseriesofinteractivecasestudiesthatwillchallengeradiologistsdiagnosticskillsandknowledge.BuildingonlastyearssuccessfulDiagnosisLive!premiere,thissessionfeaturesalively,fast-pacedgameformat:participantswillbeautomaticallyassignedtoteamswhowillthenusetheirpersonalmobiledevicestotesttheirknowledgeinafast-pacedsessionthatwillbebotheducationalandentertaining.Afterthesession,attendeeswillreceiveapersonalizedself-assessmentreportviaemailthatwillreviewthecasematerialpresentedduringthesession,alongwithindividualandteamperformance.

    Hot Topic Session: Metal-on-Metal Arthroplasty Complications

    Thursday, 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM E451A BacktoTop

    MK SPSH51 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorAlice S Ha,MD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Identifynormalimagingappearanceofmetalonmetalarthroplastyanddifferentiatefromotherimplanttypes.2)IdentifytheimagingappearanceofAdverseReactiontoMetalDebrisonvariousimagingmodalitiesincludingMRandCT.3)UnderstandbasicconceptstoreducemetalartifactsinCTandMRIinimaginghiparthroplastypatients.4)Understandroleofimaging-guidedproceduresinARMDdiagnosis.

    SPSH51A Metal-on-Metal Arthroplasty Complications: History and Controversies

    Alice S HaMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH51B Various Imaging Appearances of Adverse Reaction to Metal Debris (ARMD)

    Theodore T MillerMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    Hot Topic Session: MR Quantification Techniques in the Liver (Fat, Iron, Fibrosis)

    Thursday, 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM E350 BacktoTop

    MR BQ GI SPSH52 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorClaude B Sirlin,MD*

    SPSH52A MR Quantification of Liver Fat

    Scott B ReederMD,PhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)UnderstandtherelativeaccuracyandperformanceofUS,CTandMRIforthedetectionandquantificationofhepaticsteatosis.2)Understandthefundamentalsofemergingconfound-correctedMRImethodstoquantifyliverfatcontent.

    SPSH52B MR Quantification of Liver Iron

    Diego HernandoPhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)UnderstandthefundamentalsofMRmethodstoquantifyliveriron.2)Understandthemainadvantagesanddisadvantagesofdifferentmethods.

    ABSTRACTAssessmentofliverironlevelsisnecessaryfordetectionandquantitativestagingofironoverload,andmonitoringofiron-reducingtreatments.Thislecturediscussestheneedfornon-invasiveassessmentofliveriron,andreviewsqualitativeandquantitativemethodswithaparticularemphasisonMRI.Methodsthatareinclinicaluse,aswellastheirlimitations,aredescribed.Remainingchallenges,unsolvedproblems,andrecentlyintroducedtechniquestoprovideimprovedcharacterizationofliverirondepositionarediscussed.

    URL

    SPSH52C MR Quantification of Liver Fibrosis Page 17 of 21

  • Richard L EhmanMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)BrieflyreviewdifferentMR-basedtechniquestoevaluateliverfibrosis.2)UnderstandthefundamentalsofMRelastography.3)UnderstandtheperformanceofMRelastographyforevaluatingliverfibrosis.

    Hot Topic Session: Amyloid Imaging

    Thursday, 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM S404AB BacktoTop

    NM MR NR SPSH54 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorKejal Kantarci,MD,MS*ModeratorSatoshi Minoshima,MD,PhD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)DescribetheroldofamyloisandFDGPETimagingfortrackingtheprogressionofAlzheimer'sdiseaseformpreclinicalstagetodementia.2)Properlychooseamyloidimaging,MRIandFDGPETforthedifferentialdiagnosisofdementia.3)LearntheappropriateusecriteriaforamyloidPET.

    SPSH54A Amyloid PET and FDG PET across the AD Spectrum: Redundant or Complementary?

    Alexander DrzezgaMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH54B Multimodality Imaging and the Role of Amyloid PET in Differential Diagnosis of Dementia

    Kejal KantarciMD,MS(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPSH54C Appropriate Use Criteria of Amyloid PET

    Satoshi MinoshimaMD,PhD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    ABSTRACTThissessionwillreviewtheAppropriateUseCriteriaforAmyloidPETImagingpublishedin2013bytheAmyloidImagingTaskForcejointlysupportedbytheSocietyofNuclearMedicineandMolecularImaging(SNMMI)andAlzheimer'sAssociation(AA)anddiscussvariousclinicalscenariosinwhichamyloidPETimagingisappropriateandnotappropriateindementiaworkup.

    URL

    Hot Topic Session: From Irene to Sandy: How to Keep a Digital Department Running during a Natural Disaster

    Thursday, 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM S403A BacktoTop

    LM IN SPSH55 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorDavid S Hirschorn,MDKamran NasrullahMichael P Recht,MDDaniel P Link,MD*David S Hirschorn,MD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)Understandthechallengesofnaturaldisasterstoaradiologydepartment.2)Learnaboutthedangerstopatients,personnelandequipmentposedbynaturaldisasters.3)Exploremethodstomaintainoperationofessentialradiologicservicesduringnaturaldisasters.4)Understandhowtorecoveraradiologydeptfromnaturaldisasters.

    Hot Topic Session: Clinical 'Killer Applications' for Spectral CT

    Thursday, 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM S403B BacktoTop

    CT GU GI SPSH56 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :1 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:1

    ModeratorRobert M Nishikawa,PhD*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)UnderstandtheadvantagesofusingspectralCToverconventionalCT.2)Learnaboutstate-of-the-artclinicalapplicationsofspectralCT.3)AssessfuturepotentialapplicationsofspectralCTtoclinicalpractice.

    SPSH56A The Physics behind Spectral CT - What Is Possible Today and Tomorrow?

    Mats DanielssonPhD(Presenter)*

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  • LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesunderthemaintitle.

    SPSH56B Thoracoabdominal Material Specific Vascular Imaging

    Ioannis VlahosMRCP,FRCR(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesunderthemaintitle.

    SPSH56C Characterization of Fat Using Dual Energy

    Anders PerssonMD,PhD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesunderthemaintitle.

    SPSH56D Killer Applications of Dual-Energy CT in the Abdomen

    Dushyant V SahaniMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesunderthemaintitle.

    Friday Imaging Symposium: MR Imaging of Common Musculoskeletal Injuries (An Interactive Session)

    Friday, 12:30 PM - 03:00 PM E350 BacktoTop

    MR MK SPMK61 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit :2.5 ARRTCategoryA+Credit:3

    ModeratorMark D Murphey,MD

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVES1)TorecognizethecommonpatternsofmeniscalinjuriesonMRimagingandthereclinicalimportance.2)ToidentifytheMRappearanceofhiplabraltearsandpatternsoffemoroacetabularimpingementsyndrome(FAI).3)TodescribethecommonMRpatternsandlocationsofrotatorcufftearsandtheimportanceofassociatedtendonretractionandmuscleatrophy.4)TorecognizethepatternsofinjuryandMRappearanceassociatedwithcruciateandcollateralligamentinjuriesoftheknee.

    SPMK61A MR of the Menisci

    Mark D MurpheyMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPMK61B MR of the Hip Labrum

    Donna G BlankenbakerMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPMK61C MR of the Rotator Cuff

    William B MorrisonMD(Presenter)*

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    SPMK61D MR of the Cruciate and Collateral Knee Ligaments

    Mini N PathriaMD(Presenter)

    LEARNINGOBJECTIVESViewlearningobjectivesundermaincoursetitle.

    Disclosure Index

    A

    Abbara, S. -Consultant,PerceptiveInformatics,IncAuthorwithroyalties,ReedElsevierAuthorwithroyalties,Amirsys,Inc

    B

    Bashir, M. R. -Researchsupport,BraccoGroupResearchsupport,SiemensAGConsultant,BayerAGConsultant,SiemensAGBerg, W. A. -Consultant,Naviscan,IncBerlin, J. W. -Stockholder,NuanceCommunications,IncRadiologyAdvisoryBoard,NuanceCommunications,Inc

    C

    Canon, C. L. -Authorwithroyalties,TheMcGraw-HillCompaniesChang, P. J. -Co-founder,Stentor/KoninklijkePhilipsElectronicsNVTechnicalAdvisoryBoard,Amirsys,IncMedicalAdvisoryBoard,KoninklijkePhilipsElectronicsNVMedicalAdvisoryBoard,MModalIncMedicalAdvisoryBoard,lifeIMAGEMedicalAdvisoryBoard,MergeHealthcareIncorporated

    D

    Danielsson, M. -Stockholder,KoninklijkePhilipsElectronicsNVStockholder,SectraABStockholder,PrismaticSensorsABStockholder,InnovicumABStockholder,Page 19 of 21

  • BiovicaInternationalABDeWerd, L. A. -Stockholder,StandardImaging,IncDong, L. -Licenseagreement,VarianMedicalSystems,IncDonington, J. S. -Consultant,OlympusCorporationDorbala, S. -Consultant,AstellasGroupResearchGrant,AstellasGroupDrzezga, A. -ResearchConsultant,BayerAGResearchConsultant,EliLillyandCompanyResearchConsultant,GeneralElectricCompanyResearchConsultant,PiramalEnterprisesLimitedSpeakersBureau,BayerAGSpeakersBureau,EliLillyandCompanySpeakersBureau,GeneralElectricCompanySpeakersBureau,SiemensAGResearchGrant,BayerAGDupuy, D. E. -Grant,NeuWaveMedicalIncConsultant,BiocompatiblesInternationalplcBoardofDirectors,BSDMedicalCorporationStockholder,BSDMedicalCorporation

    E

    Ehman, R. L. -CEO,Resoundant,Inc

    F

    Farnsworth, C. -CEO,HealthHelpBoardofDirectors,VitalDecisionsLLCFletcher, J. G. -Grant,SiemensAGFowler, K. J. -SpeakersBureau,LantheusMedicalImaging,Inc

    G

    Grist, T. M. -ResearchSupport,GeneralElectricCompanyResearchSupport,BraccoGroupResearchSupport,SiemensAGResearchSupport,Hologic,IncConsultant,GuerbetSAConsultant,BayerAGConsultant,BraccoGroupStockholder,NeuWaveMedicalIncStockholder,NovelosTherapeutics,Inc

    H

    Ha, A. S. -Grant,GeneralElectricCompanyHarvey, J. A. -Researcher,Hologic,IncResearcher,PfizerIncShareholder,MatakinaInternationalLtdShareholder,Hologic,IncHiatt, M. D. -MedicalDirector,RegenceBlueCrossBlueShieldBoardMember,RadSiteFormerChiefMedicalOfficer,HealthHelp,LLC

    J

    Jha, R. C. -Consultant,CeloNovaBioSciences,Inc

    K

    Kantarci, K. -DataSafetyMonitoringBoard,TakedaPharmaceuticalCompanyLimitedDataSafetyMonitoringBoard,PfizerIncDataSafetyMonitoringBoard,Johnson&JohnsonKatzman, G. L. -Author,Amirsys,IncStockholder,Amirsys,IncKrishnamurthy, R. -ResearchConsultant,EisaiCo,LtdResearchsupport,KoninklijkePhilipsElectronicsNV

    L

    Langlotz, C. P. -Shareholder,MontageHealthcareSolutions,IncAdvisoryBoard,GeneralElectricCompanyAdvisoryBoard,ReedElsevierAdvisoryBoard,ActivateNetworks,IncSpouse,Consultant,AmgenIncSpouse,Consultant,NovartisAGSpouse,Consultant,Johnson&JohnsonLarson, D. B. -Royalties,BayerAGLee, F. T. JR -Stockholder,NeuWaveMedical,IncPatentholder,NeuWaveMedical,IncBoardofDirectors,NeuWaveMedical,IncPatentholder,CovidienAGInventor,CovidienAGRoyalties,CovidienAGLevin, D. C. -Consultant,HealthHelpBoardofDirectors,OutpatientImagingAffiliates,LLCLink, D. P. -ResearchConsultant,Veniti,IncSpeakersBureau,CovidienAGConsultant,AngioDynamics,Inc

    M

    Mackie, T. R. -Consultant,AccurayIncorporatedMahoney, M. C. -ScientificAdvisory,Board,Hologic,IncResearchsupport,Hologic,IncConsultant,DevicorMedicalProducts,IncMatsumoto, A. H. -AdvisoryBoard,BostonScientificCorporationAdvisoryBoard,C.R.Bard,IncAdvisoryBoard,SiemensAGResearchGrant,TalecrisBiotherapeutics,IncResearchGrant,W.L.Gore&Associates,IncResearchGrant,CookGroupIncorporatedResearchGrant,ElbitMedicalImagingLtdResearchGrant,Medtronic,IncResearchGrant,Endologix,IncConsultant,BostonScientificCorporationConsultant,C.R.Bard,IncConsultant,SiemensAGMayo-Smith, W. W. -Royalties,ReedElsevierRoyalties,CambridgeUniversityPressMeltzer, C. C. -BoardofDirectors,ACRImageMetrixMinoshima, S. -Licenseagreement,GeneralElectricCompanyResearchGrant,KoninklijkePhilipsElectronicsNVResearchGrant,Hitachi,LtdResearchConsultant,HamamatsuPhotonicsKKGrant,NihonMedi-PhysicsCo,LtdResearchGrant,AstellasGroupResearchGrant,SeattleGenetics,IncMorrison, W. B. -Consultant,GeneralElectricCompanyConsultant,AprioMedABPatentagreement,AprioMedABMukherjee, P. -ResearchGrant,GeneralElectricCompany

    N

    Naidich, D. P. -Consultant,SiemensAGAdvisoryBoard,VIDADiagnostics,IncNelson, R. C. -Consultant,GeneralElectricCompanyResearchsupport,NemotoKyorindoCo,LtdResearchsupport,BraccoGroupResearchsupport,Becton,DickinsonandCompanySpeakersBureau,SiemensAGRoyalties,Lippincott,Williams&WilkinsNishikawa, R. M. -Royalties,Hologic,IncRoyalties,MitsubishiCorporationRoyalties,MEDIANTechnologiesRoyalties,ToshibaCorporationRoyalties,RiverainTechnologies,LLCConsultant,iCAD,Inc

    P

    Pedraza, S. -ResearchConsultant,H.LundbeckA/SPfeiffer, D. E. -Consultant,RadcalCorporationPrince, M. R. -Patentagreement,GeneralElectricCompanyPatentagreement,Hitachi,LtdPatentagreement,SiemensAGPatentagreement,ToshibaCorporationPatentagreement,KoninklijkePhilipsElectronicsNVPatentagreement,NemotoKyorindoCo,LtdPatentagreement,BayerAGSpeakerHonorarium,BayerAGPatentagreement,LantheusMedicalImaging,IncPatentagreement,BraccoGroupSpeakerHonorarium,BraccoGroupPatentagreement,CovidienAGPatentagreement,Topspins,IncStockholder,Topspins,Inc

    R

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  • Siebers, J. V. -ResearchGrant,VarianMedicalSystems,IncResearchGrant,KoninklijkePhilipsElectronicsNVSilverman, S. G. -Author,LippincottWilliams&WilkinsSirlin, C. B. -ResearchGrant,BayerAGResearchGrant,GeneralElectricCompanyResearchGrant,BraccoGroupContract,IsisPharmaceuticals,IncContract,PfizerIncSpeakersBureau,BayerAGConsultant,BayerAGMedicalAdvisoryBoard,BayerAGConsultant,Merck&Co,IncMedicalAdvisoryBoard,GeneralElectricCompanyConsultant,sanofi-aventisGroupConsultant,SynagevaBioPharmaCorporationContract,ProfilConsultant,TakedaPharmaceuticalCompanyLimitedContract,SiemensAGStacy, G. S. -Researchagreement,Biomet,IncSteele, J. R. JR -Consultant,INTIO,IncStockholder,INTIO,IncStockholder,Intelliject,IncStockholder,MedicaSafe,IncStockholder,CaymusMedical,IncConsultant,AdientMedicalStockholder,AdientMedicalConsultant,EdumedicsStockholder,EdumedicsStoopen, M. E. -Equipmentsupport,GeneralElectricCompany

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