Policies Course Description This course blends the newest innovations in breast imaging with time-honored traditional breast imaging modalities and procedures. The contentious issues of Breast Density Legislation and Screening Guidelines will also be addressed. There will be three separate 75 minute workshops, all identical. Each one will be preceded by an introductory lecture, and then 12 people will be able to sit at individual workstations and review 25 cases featuring the new high resolution tomosynthesis and new high resolution synthesized 2D images.
Melbourne Radiology CME August Advanced Breast Imaging
Conventional topics with simplified and novel strategies are presented to both review and advance the practice of mammography and ultrasound. General radiologists and trainees interested in breast imaging 2. Radiology residents and fellows in training 3. Radiology technologists, nurses and radiology physician assistants 4.
Abu Dhabi, UAE Breast Imaging As per available reports about 2 relevant journals , 6 Conferences , 5 workshops , 3 National Symposiums , are presently dedicated exclusively to Breast imaging and about articles are being published on Breast imaging. Breast Cancer is the most common type of cancer after lung cancer in women in the world. Breast imaging techniques plays an important role in early diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of breast cancer. Breast imaging involves a number of minimally invasive procedures that can be used to detect, diagnose and treat abnormalities in the breast tissue. There are several different types of breast imaging procedures, each with their own advantages.
Since you cannot be in five places at once, we are offering access to recordings of all the concurrent afternoon refresher courses. Attendees who choose this option when registering will receive access via email when the recordings are made available approximately weeks after the Symposium. Learning Objectives Summarize the current scientific debate regarding use of screening mammography which has resulted in various recommendations. Describe increasingly used newer modalities for breast imaging, including digital breast tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound, breast magnetic resonance imaging, breast contrast enhanced mammography and molecular breast imaging as supplements to mammography and with a focus on accuracy of interpretation, along with discussing most up-to-date concepts regarding breast density assessment Recognize different practice patterns, metrics, and challenges pertaining to varying breast imaging practices across the country.