Diagnostic radiology or diagnostic imaging is a medical speciality in the field of medicine that generates images of the body via different non-invasive imaging procedures by using low-dose radiations and interpretation of such images to diagnose any kind of injury or disease. Specialists in radiology called radiologists offer different kinds of diagnostic imaging services including USG, CT Scan, X-rays, MRI scans, PET scans etc. Within healthcare organizations, diagnostic radiology has now become a key diagnostic tool for many diseases because of its critical role in monitoring, treatment, and predicting disease outcomes.
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Tutorials in Diagnostic Radiology is a postgraduate course designed to update the diagnostic radiologist on new trends, relevant techniques, and practical applications in diagnostic imaging. The latest advances will be emphasized and related to common problems encountered in clinical practice.
Assess Imaging of the Post-Ablation Patient
Examine Preoperative Breast MRI
Analyze Incidental Extra-Mammary Findings in Breast MRI
Evaluate Advanced MRI of the Wrist
Examine MRI Imaging of Carotid Artery Atherosclerotic Plaques
This annual five-day summer course, designed for clinical radiologists, will highlight a wide range of topics with an emphasis on CT and MR imaging of common abdominal pathology, MR of sports related injuries, and CT evaluation of interstitial lung diseases. Each presentation has been chosen to highlight imaging pitfalls and provide participants with practical tips that they can immediately incorporate into their practice.
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