Radiopedia 2021 (July 19 – 23) (Videos, Well Organized)

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96 MP4 files
File Size = 20.60 GB

More Information About: Radiopedia 2021 (July 19 – 23) (Videos, Well Organized)

Course/Book Format:

96 MP4 files
File Size = 20.60 GB

Course/Book Details (Overview + Topics/Speakers):

Radiopaedia 2021 (July 19-23) was a five-day virtual radiology conference featuring over 70 new live and on-demand lectures contributed by experts from around the world. Live sessions included panel discussion and interactive cases. We have now entered the on-demand access period for registered attendees.

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The conference is designed to suit all learners, with lectures divided into an advanced stream targeted at radiologists and radiology trainees, and a general stream featuring foundational content. Delegates are, however, welcome to watch any lecture from either stream (see on-demand program).

TOPICS/SPEAKERS

Advanced stream – Day 1

A series of abdominal imaging lectures.

  • Gastric cancer: getting the important info to the table  Matt A Morgan  
  • Complex small bowel obstructions  Michael Hartung  ★
  • Focal lesions in the non-cirrhotic liver Mark Goodwin  
  • Focal lesions in the cirrhotic liver Mark Goodwin  
  • Acute non-traumatic abdominal pain in pregnancy Vikas Shah  
  • Cancer mimics in the abdomen and pelvis  Michael Hartung  ?
  • “3×3” presentation  Pir Abdul Ahad Aziz  ?

A series of gynecologic imaging lectures.

  • MRI of endometriosis: beyond T2 shading  Natalie Yang  
  • Ultrasound assessment of the fetal brain  Alexandra Stanislavsky  
  • Imaging of subfertility  Emmeline Lee  
  • Imaging of twin pregnancy  Alexandra Stanislavsky  ?
  • Ultrasound of ovarian masses  Alexandra Stanislavsky  ?
General stream – Day 1

A series of foundational abdominal radiology lectures.

  • Introduction to abdominal CT  Michael Hartung  ★
  • Abdominal obstructions: ballooning around  Andrew Dixon  ★
  • Right upper quadrant pain: no stone unturned  George Harisis  ★
  • Left upper quadrant pain: the forgotten corner  Matt A Morgan  
  • Left lower quadrant pain: to diverticulosis and beyond!  Vikas Shah  
  • Right lower quadrant pain: a survival guide  Matt A Morgan  ?
  • Anatomy of the retroperitoneum & renal tract  Craig Hacking  ?
Advanced stream – Day 2

A series of neuroradiology and head & neck imaging lectures.

  • Perfusion and diffusion imaging in stroke  Frank Gaillard  ★
  • Interactive review of the oral cavity  Christine Glastonbury  ★
  • Epilepsy in adults: approach to MRI brain interpretation  Derek Smith  ★
  • Spontaneous intracranial hypotension and spinal CSF leaks  Lalani Carlton Jones ★
  • Facial and skull base fractures  Francis Deng  ★
  • Perineural tumor spread and the skull base  Karda Cavanagh  ★
  • Imaging of the post-operative neck  Jennifer Gillespie  ★
  • Beyond thrombectomy: innovations in neurointervention  Tim Phillips  ★
  • Imaging paranasal sinus disease: anatomy, approach, traps  Jenny Hoang  
  • Perivascular cysts and their mimics Frank Gaillard  ?
  • Orbital pathology  Andrew Dixon  ?
  • “3×3” presentation  Bahman Rasuli  ?
General stream – Day 2

A series of foundational neuroradiology lectures.

  • Introduction to brain MRI  Andrew Dixon  
  • Ischemic stroke  Frank Gaillard  ★
  • Brain tumors  Andrew Dixon  
  • Intracranial infections  Francis Deng  ★
  • Neck emergencies  Derek Smith  ★
  • Intracranial bleeds  Andrew Dixon  ?
  • Anatomy of the ventricles and cisterns  Andrew Dixon  ?
Advanced stream – Day 3

A series of chest imaging lectures.

  • Pulmonary lymphatics: differentiating diffuse disease  Miranda Siemienowicz  
  • Hypersensitivity pneumonitis: diagnostic guidelines  Jonathan Chung  
  • Anterior mediastinal masses: what the radiologist needs to know  Naveen Sharma  
  • Overview of cardiac MRI and common indications  Ben Hudson  ★
  • Imaging of acute aortic syndromes  Craig Hacking  ★
  • Air trapping, pulmonary cavities & lung cysts  Miranda Siemienowicz  ?
  • “3×3” presentation  Edgar Lorente  ?

A series of pediatric imaging lectures. ​

  • Pediatric brain tumors: an overview  Jeremy Jones  
  • Pediatric abdominal emergencies  John Adu  
  • Scoliosis imaging: how we can make a difference  Jeremy Jones  
  • Pediatric body oncology  Jeremy Jones  ?
General stream – Day 3

A series of foundational chest radiology lectures.

  • Chest x-ray interpretation: lungs and pleura  Andrew Dixon  
  • Chest x-ray interpretation: heart and mediastinum  Sally Ayesa  
  • Chest x-ray interpretation: lines and tubes  Nick Woznitza  
  • Introduction to chest CT and CTPA  Craig Hacking  
  • Chest trauma  Andrew Dixon  ?
  • Anatomy of the mediastinum  Craig Hacking  ? 
Advanced stream – Day 4

A series of musculoskeletal imaging lectures.

  • ​Radiographic evaluation of bone lesions Matt Skalski  ★​​
    • ​Part I – introduction to tumor features
    • Part II – benign bone lesions
    • Part III – aggressive bone lesions
  • An approach to shoulder MRI  Dai Roberts 
  • Dynamic elbow ultrasound: tendinopathies and ligament assessment  Daniel Walkley  
  • Multimodality imaging of diabetic foot infection  William Morrison  ★
  • An approach to ankle MRI  Henry Knipe  
  • Easily missed knee injuries on x-ray with CT and MRI correlation  Diego Lemos  
  • Imaging of coccygeal pain  Matt Skalski  ?
  • “3×3” presentation  Magdalena Chmiel-Nowak  ?

A series of nuclear medicine lectures. ​

  • Nuclear medicine renal imaging: an overview for radiologists  Sally Ayesa  
  • A guide to non-oncologic PET-CT  David Little 
  • Bone scans: what the radiologist needs to know Sally Ayesa  ?
General stream – Day 4

A series of foundational musculoskeletal radiology lectures.

  • X-ray assessment of elbow injuries  Jeremy Jones  
  • X-ray assessment of wrist injuries  Andrew Murphy  
  • X-ray assessment of ankle injuries  Henry Knipe  
  • X-ray assessment of knee injuries Andrew Dixon  
  • X-ray assessment of shoulder injuries  Craig Hacking  
  • X-ray assessment of hand injuries  Andrew Murphy  
  • Anatomy of the upper limb  Andrew Dixon  ? 
Combined stream – Day 5

A series of how to / tips lectures relevant to various groups.

  • How to prepare a talk  Frank Gaillard  
  • Tips and tricks for modern radiology teaching  Vikas Shah  
  • Closing the gap: cross generational learning in radiology  Sherry Wang  ★
  • Learning, teaching and testing x-ray interpretation  Michael Neep  
  • Reading chest x-rays with Annalise.ai  Andrew Dixon  sponsored
  • Tips and tricks for image-guided biopsies and drainages  Heather Moriarty  ★
  • When clinicians ask you about IR Chris Nicholas  ★
  • Why a radiologist should learn pathology  Natalie Yang  ★
  • Why you need an AI specialist in your department  Luke Oakden-Rayner  ★
  • How to get the consultant job you want, where you want  David Little  ★
  • How to build a medical device company  Thomas Oxley  ★
  • Medical illustration: yes, even you can do it  Matt Skalski  ★
  • Mindfulness in radiology: avoiding distractions and burnout  Naveen Sharma  ★
  • Preparing for radiology fellowship exams  Sally Ayesa  ?
  • A talk on giving talks  Frank Gaillard  ?
  • Procedural tips for the non-IR  Chris Nicholas  ?
  • How to make a great radiology report  Michael Hartung  ?
  • Social media for radiologists  Vikas Shah  ?

Target Audience and Covered Specialties:

CME Videos, General Internal Medicine, Radiology, simple

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